Coface launches its new corporate website, a tool to help companies prevent commercial risks and protect their transactions
Following the rollout of its new visual identity, Coface has redesigned its Group website. This key achievement expresses Group’s specific added value as credit-insurer serving companies and further conveys its commitment to enabling secure exchanges worldwide, as expressed in its tagline "Coface for safer trade".
"Our new corporate website reflects the singularity and modernisation of the Group. It is a link that unites Coface with its customers and its partners in 97 countries. It is also an efficient tool developed to help our clients to take the best decisions at the best possible moment, whether concerning risk assessment or risk cover," declares Jean-Marc Pillu, Chief Executive Officer of Coface.
More dynamic, more informative, with easier access
The coface.com website of the Coface Group has undergone a complete overhaul, both in its design and content. The graphics, completely different to the old site, incorporate a new identity – logotype, typography, range of colours, iconographic universe representing the business people that Coface supports on a daily basis. Optimised navigation allows ease of browsing and improved access to information.
Different audiences (customers, prospective customers, business partners, media) benefit from an enhanced and more informative presentation of Coface's global business and solutions to help protect companies against the risk of customer bankruptcy and from immediate availability of its economic research.
Dedicated area demonstrating Coface’s strong expertise in assessing and preventing risks for companies
More than ever Coface places the customer at the core of its business, offering direct and efficient access to its expertise in assessing and preventing risks.
Among the tools available for companies: a global map of country risk – enhanced and restructured - and two sections ("News and Publications" and "Economic studies") dedicated to comprehensive analysis of country and sector risks throughout the world.
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