360° Coverage : Grid-Tools Announce Launch of New Website

Grid-Tools Announce Launch of New Website

Aug 27 2013, 3:11am CDT | by PR.com

Oxford, United Kingdom, August 27, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Grid-Tools, the leading Test Data Management vendor offering traditional and agile development solutions, announce the launch of their new website. The launch of the website comes two weeks before Grid-Tools begin their new 'Lunch and Learn' webinar series. The site includes a new-look webinar page containing details of the topics, links to sign up and recordings from the previous webinar series available for download.

The new site is structured in a way to help users find the solution to their Test Data problem in a matter of clicks with its simple layout and navigation. The new website also contains technical documents such as videos, white papers and other resources for those looking to learn more about the Test Data Management industry.

The new website was launched this Wednesday (21 August). Visit the new look website at www.grid-tools.com.

Contact Information:
Grid-Tools Ltd
Hollie Higa
+44(0) 1865 884600
Contact via Email
www.grid-tools.com
Twitter: @GridTools
Facebook: Grid-Tools Datamaker

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