Korteks chooses Unigate for its new website too

Being one of the most prominent and strongest players of its industry, Korteks is getting ready to meet again with its customers with its new website to be built on the Unigate infrastructure. Korteks is excited to reach its customers in the best way to offer its intended message, product portfolio and product quality with the best content.

Korteks, a Zorlu Holding group company, is the biggest integrated polyester yarn producer and exporter of Europe and Middle East. Korteks Mensucat Sanayi ve Tic. A.Ş. Yarn Factory has been in operation since 1989 to meet the high-quality polyester yarn demand from the Turkish textile industry.

With its new website, Korteks will reach all local and international textile producers who need high-quality polyester yarns with a corporate website. The Company also aims at announcing to the market many branded products with varying functional features.

Being No. 1 in its field, the Company will have crowned its corporate identity with the renewed website. Once the website project is completed, Korteks will be able to reach its customers in the optimal way to present its intended message, product range and quality with the best content.

Medyasoft has for long years served Turkey’s biggest enterprises including Turkish Airlines, Ülker, ING Bank, and Novartis.

Having been developed by Medyasoft and supported by TÜBİTAK, Unigate is the preferred choice of SMEs and large-scale businesses in many different industries including aviation, finance, food, and technology.

Project Manager Volkan Ünalan said the following about the project: “Unigate is a customer experience platform offering enterprises fast, reliable, integrated channel solutions for their digital transformation processes. At Medyasoft, we like to work with industry leaders like our company; and Korteks is a prominent and strong player of its own industry. Our target is to complete the project in only three months. Korteks is getting ready to meet its customers with its new website, which will be built on the Unigate infrastructure.”