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Information portal for partners created

Published 27th February, 2013 by Neil Nixon

Information portal for partners created

Antimicrobial technology specialist BioCote has launched a new 'partner portal' to strengthen support offered to partners. BioCote supplies companies around the world with antimicrobial solutions, providing both additives and support to help manufacturers produce antimicrobial treated products.

The new partner portal builds on the firm's commitment to client service. BioCote claims to be the only company to offer such comprehensive support in its aim to provide clients with everything they need to successfully market and sell their antimicrobial treated products.

The partner portal allows BioCote to share information and updates from within the industry as well as acting as a 'shared hard drive' to provide clients with the latest antimicrobial research papers, regulatory updates and environmental information. BioCote will also use the portal to support partners by providing sales support and materials to help them display the benefits of antimicrobial products to customers. After suggestions from partners the portal will also enable the management of product validation and certification, including receiving downloadable product test results and scheduling appointments for upcoming test deadlines.

Marketing manager, Matthew Dowd, said: “We understand it is an investment for companies to integrate antimicrobial technology into their products. The addition of this service is an ongoing investment by BioCote to support our partners in taking their antimicrobial products to market. We are always investigating new ways to help them. The new site provides even greater benefits for partners, from being able to view their latest product test results to accessing regulatory support documents whenever they want and wherever they are in the world. This tool is unique and can be classed as one of the most comprehensive resource for manufacturers of antimicrobial products available.”

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