INSPECTIS Launches Fresh, Dynamic New Web Site for its 4K Digital Inspection Systems


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INSPECTIS AB, the leading global manufacturer of 4K digital inspection systems, announces the launch of the company’s new website. It is a complete, streamlined and simplified, easy-to-navigate website with complete information for every INSPECTIS product up to the very latest offerings and modular components. It is a complete ‘re-do’ with all of the company’s ever-widening offerings in 4K digital inspection for electronics, medical, and other critical inspection applications.

In making the announcement, Alistair Gooch, Marketing Manager, said, “If you haven't looked at the Inspect-is.com website recently, please do so now!  It has been completely replaced by a fresh, modern and more effective one that presents the Inspectis product range in a crisp and clean presentation, providing richer content and more easily accessible information.”

Much of the improvement, he adds, is owed to the complete modernization and revision of its structure behind the screen that makes it more responsive and faster for most users. “It also helps us create greater visibility and improves traceability of interest whilst complying to the latest privacy rules,” he emphasized.

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