Mitsubishi Electric‘s new website is set to improve access to information for customers, with a seamless, contemporary design which will tailor content to suit visitors.
Deane Flint, UK Branch Vice President for Mitsubishi Electric, said the objective was to make products and information even easier to access.
“We’ve therefore looked at every single aspect and developed a new site that is stylish and really easy to navigate,” he said.
The site contains customised content relevant to installers, specifiers, corporate end users and homeowners and will intuitively present focused information to visitors, making navigation simpler and whatever people need more accessible.
Installers can access a wide selection of tools and apps to aid design, commissioning and installation, whilst Specifiers will have the chance to download CPD-accredited guides to the latest construction legislation, plus source information on the latest class leading HVAC solutions.
Corporate customers and individual Homeowners will be able to find a local accredited installer and see a range of innovative case studies and cutting-edge solutions.
Deane also explained that their award-winning blog site, The Hub, has been linked to the site, so customers have easy access to a large amount of useful information on legislation, environmental issues and the latest advances in technology.
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