How Bittele supports our Online Ordering EngineBittele Electronics welcomes you to try our new, state-of-the-art Online Ordering Engine. You can now place turnkey PCB assembly orders faster than ever! You can complete all aspects of your ordering process (from fabrication quote through payment) in under 20 minutes while taking advantage of automatic discounts that are exclusive to this tool. Our sales team provides real-time support through live chat and remote support applications. We also try to address common concerns through out constantly expanding Online Ordering FAQs.
We understand that some customers have concerns about placing their orders through an online tool without any interaction with Bittele representative. For this reason, we offer a live chat service where you can discuss your project and concerns with a representative from our sales team in real-time. You can begin this live chat by clicking the “Live Chat” button in the bottom right corner of the screen and entering your name and email address. From here, one of our sales team representatives will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
If you would like further assistance with placing your order online, our live chat sales representative will be happy to coordinate a remote support session using a screen sharing application. With permission to take control of your desktop, our sales representative will walk you step-by-step through our online ordering engine to make sure that you feel 100% comfortable with placing your order. There is also a “Help” icon which will direct you to our Online Ordering FAQs.
Thank you for your time and your interest in our services! If you have any additional questions regarding our Online Ordering Engine, please contact our sales team via email at email@example.com.
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