November 6, 2012

ABC unveils mobile website

Individuals viewing ABC Companies’ website on their smartphones will be greeted with a fresh new look and style.

The new mobile site, introduced in late October, is designed to optimize the user's experience, allowing them to quickly navigate through the site from any mobile device. The new user-friendly mobile website offers a simplified home page with one-touch access to search ABC’s pre-owned inventory, view new coach models, learn about ABC’s refurbishment programs and connect with ABC via social media networks.

Users can also access ABC’s on-demand Grab ‘n Go Webcasts from the new mobile site and view them directly on their smartphone. These brief webcasts provide technical information and training in an easily digestible format.

The mobile site is also designed to serve as a directory-on-the-go, with contact information for all coach and parts sales representatives, service facility operations managers and field service technicians. With a tap of their finger, individuals can contact the CustomerCare Call Center or email their account executive.

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  • Mike Golden[ November 7th, 2012 @ 2:15pm ]

    The new "format" is messed up on my iPhone. The photos step on the text and cannot read the first few lines. Pretty basic stuff, really. Why is this not working right? It was fine before this update in October!

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