"This service is a direct result of AccuCut's emphasis on customer service,"
Fremont, Neb. (PRWEB) April 29, 2010
AccuCut, the original curriculum-based die cutting equipment company, launched a new, enhanced web site that allows teachers to find hands-on classroom products and coordinating projects more easily.
"Our Web site now serves teachers better by providing new categories of project ideas that more closely match the way teachers look for ideas," said Chris Donnelly, Director of AccuCut.
According to Donnelly, before the new service was created, teachers had to search manually through large categories to find projects that fit exact needs. A math teacher who needed manipulatives to support a student problem-solving lesson, for example, would have to sort through thousands of entries. Now they can access a refined list that saves time searching.
In addition, Donnelly said, once teachers choose the idea they want to implement, they can purchase the AccuCut dies and supplies they'll need right from that page, instead of having to return to the product pages and search again for specific items.
"This service is a direct result of AccuCut's emphasis on customer service," Donnelly said. "We are excited to provide more ways to help our customers save time and provide products and ideas that compliment their classroom needs."
The new site may be viewed at http://www.accucuteducation.com
AccuCut was established in 1990 as a provider of shape and letter cutting products for schools, churches, community centers, day cares and other educational institutions. The original curriculum-based die cutting equipment company, AccuCut supports rich learning experiences and environments with expert curriculum resources and easy-to-use educational equipment. For more information, visit http://www.accucuteducation.com.