Silent Knight’s New Website to Offer More Relevant Content for Dealers
Silent Knight has revamped its website to allow dealers and installers to access manuals and other technical information quickly while they’re in the field.
NORTHFORD, Conn. – Silent Knight by Honeywell has redesigned its website in an effort to provide dealers with quick access to a wide range of information on its fire alarm and emergency communication products, training, tools and technical support.
The fire/life-safety product manufacturer designed the site to offer a more intuitive navigation and responsive Web design, enabling visitors to clearly view videos, technical documents and software programs on a PC or mobile device.
“Dealers always need to access manuals and other technical information when they’re in the field, so the fact that this site can be viewed so easily on any size screen is great,” Loren Schreiber, Silent Knight marketing product manager, said. “And the more progressive stuff we’re doing like tech-tip videos and the blog are there to help dealers with common issues they face and offer them a place to comment and ask questions as well.”
An expanded “Support” area offers dealers a number of free tools to make their system configuration, bid and installation work easier. Equipment software downloads, sales literature and a series of webinars are included as well.
Under “Training“, Silent Knight offers online tutorials and How-To Technical videos, plus the schedule and online registration for its hands-on trainings throughout the country.
For more information, visit silentknight.com.
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