TC Facilities Management (TCFM) unveils refreshed website

TC Facilities Management (TCFM) is inviting visitors to explore its recently refreshed website.  The refreshed look and feel has been designed to offer a more engaging experience with improved navigation and functionality.  All this to allow both existing and prospective customers to see the full range of solutions TC Facilities Management can offer.

Created with the user in mind, the site includes extensive information to help visitors understand TCFM’s complete range of both single and bundled services. This is brought to life with case studies and short video animations showing TCFM’s capabilities across a wide range of sectors they operate in, including retail, logistics centres, commercial offices and the charity sector.

With an ongoing increase of the UK population wanting to access information while “on the go”, the site is completely responsive.  This means that whatever type of device you need to access information from; desk top, tablet or mobile, the information is presented in an easy to engage with format, providing you with the information you need.

With a number of significant contract wins forecasted for 2018 TCFM is keen to attract even greater numbers of people to come and work with them.  The refreshed website includes content to help prospective employees at all levels learn more about TCFM and the whole scope of benefits that are provided by TCFM.

Furthermore, the new website allows users to share ‘news and insights’ posts that interest them with others across Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.

“Our mission as one of the UK’s leading family-owned FM businesses is to create the FM solution a business is looking for,” said, Fiona Ellingham, Marketing Manager at TCFM who led the project. “The clean and fresh design of our website along with content that expresses our innate understanding of the challenges our customers face will provide confidence to visitors that we are able to deliver a bespoke solution that is right for them.”