Infosys partners with to Eastman Chemical Company

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, 28 September 2006, 07:00 Hrs
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Bangalore: Infosys Technologies announced today that it has partnered with Eastman Chemical Company on the successful re-launch of

Featuring next-generation Web 2.0 capabilities Eastman tied up with Infosys Technologies to design, develop and deploy the multi-faceted Web site.

"Our Web site is very important to our global strategy," said Paul Montgomery, vice president, communications and public affairs for Eastman Chemical Company. "It is the company's face to the world and allows us to do business 24/7 from any place on the globe. This is a highly valuable platform that will empower our customers by helping them research, manage and more easily access Eastman’s entire portfolio of products.”

Eastman’s customers require access to a vast array of information, from molecular characteristics to health and safety requirements. By utilizing the latest technology, Eastman can provide all of the necessary information, in a truly interactive manner.

Leveraging Infosys’ global delivery model and innovative technology expertise, Eastman approached this project by first mapping out its customers’ needs and then built to meet and exceed those needs. features online comparison of product properties, customized user experiences and vast amounts of information about the leading issues driving the chemical industry.

The enhanced search capability categorizes site information and is able to push relevant information directly to the user. Customers will find more user-friendly product and market information as well as a new product selection application. Other new features of the Web site include an information center with a literature archive, a news center with multilingual capability and a career center.

"We have found that our Web site is averaging more than 25 percent growth in traffic each year," said Wayne Armbrister, Web manager for Eastman Chemical Company. “The new was redesigned not only with customers in mind, but also investors, employees, retirees, people seeking career opportunities with Eastman, and others looking for information about the company, such as the media.”

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