The new site highlights our remarkable talent with engaging accounts of defining moments in our team member’s distinguished careers that continue with Mission Essential. - CEO Peter Horvath
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) June 26, 2013
Global operational solutions provider Mission Essential today announced the launch of its new website, missionessential.com, to showcase the company’s talent and unique capabilities. The new, mobile friendly website features easier navigation, stellar art, captivating stories about featured talent, details about solutions, and streamlined access for potential employees and partners.
“The new site highlights our remarkable talent with engaging accounts of defining moments in our team member’s distinguished careers that continue with Mission Essential,” said CEO Peter Horvath. “Agile, peerless talent is a critical differentiator. We are creating an environment free of obstacles and complexities faced by larger organizations to provide an unrivaled experience and solutions for customers - serving as a magnet for peerless talent frustrated by convention.”
The new, public-facing URL, missionessential.com, replaces the previous URL, missionep.com. This new website is part of an action-oriented transformation of the company incorporating talent and ideas from both the private sector and the national security arena leveraged for operational solutions delivered in highly tactical to highly technological environments. Over the next few weeks, content highlighting a constellation of extraordinary partners, stories demonstrating solutions for customers, and more talent profiles will be shared.
“This new mobile-friendly site brings the Mission Essential brand to life to reach potential partners, customers, and associates wherever they can access a signal,” Horvath continued. “The site is optimized for mobile because we recognize that 25 percent of web site visits in 2012 took place on mobile devices. We intentionally built the site with a mobile experience first mindset to capitalize on the explosive growth of mobile where a projected 54 percent of the globe will be using smartphones by the end of 2013.”
Other changes include the company dropping “Personnel” from its name Mission Essential Personnel. Coming off its most successful year ever, despite the climate of budget cuts and sequestration, the company was recently named #31 on Washington Technology’s annual ranking of top government contractors, up from #37 last year.
About Mission Essential
For nearly a decade, Mission Essential has served customers at the strategic and tactical levels, providing operational solutions to the US Departments of Defense, State, and Homeland Security, as well as the Intelligence Community, friendly foreign governments, and multinational corporations. Our 8,000 professionals worldwide help customers navigate the uncertainty presented by terrorism, transnational crime, cyber-security threats, natural disasters, and other hazards to national and global security.