Neverfail Spring Water has launched a “Water Calculator” as part of its innovative, new e-commerce system.
It is designed to help Australians calculate how much water they need to drink daily to stay hydrated in the home or workplace.
According to health experts, most Australians need at least 10 glasses of water per day, while individual water requirements depend on factors including health, levels of activity and location.
Neverfail general manager Stuart Comino said: “Physical and mental performance can be impacted by as little as two per cent dehydration.
“So we’re keen to make sure our water coolers are everywhere they’re needed – at home or in factories, offices and construction sites.”
The Water Calculator is an easy online tool to help business and residential customers be more aware of their hydration needs.
The innovation doesn’t stop there. As a bonus, customers now have more control over their account.
They can set repeat orders, view their invoices, pay securely and conveniently via PayPal or credit cards (with no additional credit card fees) and have access to a range of Coca-Cola Amatil beverages in the one-stop shop.
Stuart continued: “The website also features LiveChat for extra convenience and is supported by the outstanding customer service offered by our Sydney based call centre team and by our 120+ local owner operated delivery drivers of the Neverfail products.”
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