|By Business Wire||
|September 3, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
RF IDeas Inc., the leading innovator and manufacturer of in-building identification and access control readers, announces its new website developed for the optimal user experience. Using a responsive design, RF IDeas’ new website can be viewed across a wide range of devices, including mobile phones, tablets and desktop computers.
“It’s been five years since the last major redesign of our website. Our customers asked us to improve the navigation and, in general, make it more user-friendly. We felt this was a great opportunity to start from its foundation and rebuild a new and improved website with a fresh appearance,” says Rick Landuyt, President of RF IDeas. “We’ve even included some of our customers in the beta web testing phase, providing us with their constructive feedback.”
Additional new features include:
- Easier Navigation. We’ve greatly improved the navigational menu’s and pages to allow users to quickly and easily locate information.
- User-friendly Appearance. The entire site has been enhanced to showcase a new visual design.
- Improved Functionality. Visitors to our site will be able to quickly identify their desired product with the new "Determine Your Model" function.
- Enhanced Product Selection Capabilities. The product pages now contain even more information about the product portfolio and the various available configurations.
For those organizations that purchase direct, the online store is configured to be much easier to navigate and to determine the appropriate product based on the unique customer needs.
About RF IDeas:
RF IDeas, founded in 1995, is the innovator of WaveID®, the new standard for badge-based authentication and identification solutions powered by RF IDeas readers. Under the WaveID umbrella, RF IDeas designs, develops, and manufactures a complete line of pcProx® card readers that support nearly every proximity and contactless smart card in use worldwide. RF IDeas readers come in many form factors and are used in numerous applications and OEM solutions including: multi-function printers, kiosks, building and door access, point-of-sale, attendance management and computer logon.
Inc. magazine ranked RF IDeas No. 13 in the Computer Hardware Industry on its Inc. 500|5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. To view a variety of applications utilizing RF IDeas card readers, visit www.youtube.com/RFIDeas. For further information please email: [email protected] and connect via social media at www.Facebook.com/RFIDeas and www.Twitter.com/RFIDeas.
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