Notifer Revamps Web Site
NORTHFORD, Conn. — Notifier by Honeywell has launched a revamped Web site to make it easier for system designers and inspectors to access its fire alarm and emergency communications product information. The site will also offer solutions-based information for facility managers and first responders.
Notifer updated its Web site after receiving feedback from fire protection engineers, end users, engineered systems distributors and its own staff. The site now includes a streamlined interface that allows users to search and sort content at a faster rate compared to the previous version, according to the company.
“Simplicity is the key here. Using a share point platform, we’ve opened ownership of this site’s content to allow the right people to update the documentation and information they regularly manage, almost instantaneously,” says Jack Riffelmacher, Web communications leader, Honeywell Fire Systems.
Users also have the ability to connect with a local Notifier distributor through a one-step form. Additionally, the site illustrates product capabilities and real-life examples of systems in-use through different mediums.
“Today, there’s demand for more dynamic and interactive content, such as videos, virtual demonstrations and social media sharing,” Riffelmacher says. “We’ve placed a stronger emphasis on the needs of facilities people and other end users by showing our systems in-action, what they do and the benefits they provide in various environments.”
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