Web directories are great resources for people looking for a consolidated listing of companies, products, services, and other items. Organized in series of categories and menus, directories can be quite broad, such as the well-known Yahoo! Directory, or more specialized to cater to particular niche audiences like arts & crafts fanatics. Some directories are free, while others are based on a paid subscription-only access. Regardless, the goal of all Web directories is to help users find the source of information they seek.
At TEC, we’re always looking for ways to help you locate the information you need in the quickest and most efficient way possible. Our core business is based on helping software buyers choose the best enterprise software solution for their unique business needs—rapidly and impartially. We use the same approach for all of our offerings, including the TEC IT Directory.
TEC’s IT Directory enables users to search through a listing of hundreds of vendors, VARs, ISVs, and consultants by industry, geography, application area, and other categories to find a service provider that meets their particular needs. Each directory listing includes links to resources, such as brochures, data sheets, and case studies, to help end users assess whether the service provider and its products are a good fit for them.
We’ve recently revamped our IT Directory to help make your experience of finding solutions even better. For example, we’ve added additional search options and filters to help you quickly pinpoint the solutions that are relevant to you, with less digging around. Should you wish to compare solutions side-by-side, you are able to easily access our software comparison reports after narrowing down your search in the directory. Additionally, the interface has received a facelift—no fancy bells and whistles, just a more enjoyable space to navigate through. Here’s a screenshot of the IT Directory’s new layout:
The TEC development team has worked hard on the new IT Directory. We hope that you enjoy it and as always, welcome your feedback!
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