To the average customer visiting the Enviro Mobi website, it is unclear what its primary focus is. Click on the “About” icon to read the company’s official introduction, and you’re bound to remain bewildered about what the company actually does: “ENVIROMOBI is an innovative environmental information and service delivery management platform designed to enhance and improve service delivery through rapid response infrastructure,” reads the first sentence.
“Our various services together provide an integrated and robust framework or model of managing information and service delivery, as well as generating jobs.”
And so on and so forth. The badly designed homepage makes up the entire website, with hyperlinks from the top menu taking you further down the page for each subsection. A photo gallery appears from an event that took place in the Free State in 2015, according to the time stamps visible on each photo.
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