Kyocera Document Solutions South Africa has launched a new website to make the user experience personalised and effective.

“After the launch of our new brand identity in April 2019, this long-awaited step marks another milestone in our history and is the latest development in the company’s ongoing Digital Transformation,” says Sharon Peché, marketing and communications manager at Kyocera Document Solutions South Africa.

“Kyocera is in transition as we adapt to an everchanging industry. This website gives us an opportunity to continue to grow and provide additional ways for us to help companies improve efficiency,” explains Peché.

Using Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), a cutting-edge platform for web content management, we can now deliver exceptional digital experiences to the user. Combined with Salesforce tools, the platform provides a highly personalised user experience which automatically adapts to any device. This ensures that the new user-friendly interface maintains an eye-catching design, making information easy to identify and read, as well as responsive and quick to load.

The creation of a ‘Smarter Workspaces’ section, which features an insights hub and overview of business challenges, provides visitors with expert opinions and analysis of the world of digital transformation and hardware solutions. These areas of the platform will be regularly updated with the latest trends within the field.

As Kyocera continues to move into the solutions and software industry, whilst maintaining their history of more than 60 years as specialists in hardware products, this new website presents an innovative digital point of contact with online users.As Kyocera’s founder Dr. Kazuo Inamori outlines in the company’s philosophy, this project is a key pillar in efforts to ‘continuously seek to make work better’ in order to drive innovation.

“This launch represents our organisation’s digital winning aspiration – the driving force behind our desire to fuel digital transformation, both internally and by helping other companies to do the same,” concludes Peché.