Tuesday 20 May 2014

Switching & instrumentation highlight new website design.

Pickering Interfaces has launched their newly redesigned company website. The new website is equipped with a streamlined navigation to allow for easy-to-use functionality, allowing users to quickly reference desired information pertaining to the company’s PXI, LXI, PCI and GPIB switching and instrumentation offerings as well as their full range of supporting cables and connectors.

For current and prospective customers looking for greater detail regarding the vast array of switching products offered by Pickering Interfaces for use in electronic test and simulation, the site will provide detailed information as well as informative articles and a link to the company’s support knowledgebase. Users can register to receive quotes and updates on products and solutions – including technical support, sales and repair.

The company constructed the new website to better relate to and meet users’ needs.
"We are aware that people are constantly searching the web for more in-depth knowledge and better detailed information to meet their specified testing requirements. Given the rapidly expanding range of our switching products, we needed a way for users to find the solution they need quickly and simply. With the launch, we strived to provide a website that is rich in technical and visual content, while providing an easy-to-navigate interface. Our goal is to allow the user to feel confident in their selections, and to continually use our site as a point-of-reference for their switching needs,” said Keith Moore, Pickering’s Managing Director.

The new site will archive informative newsletters, articles and press coverage, as well as any upcoming events directed to the electronic test and simulation industry. Visitors will be able to access basic information on Pickering Interfaces’ large range of switching products and solutions, with the ability to easily request additional information via a web form, email or by telephone.

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