Seon Design launches new Website

Posted on August 20, 2009

Seon Design Inc. launched a new Website that provides all the information potential customers need to choose the right mobile surveillance solution to fit their requirements.

Designed to help customers navigate information quickly and easily, the site explains all the required hardware, software and accessories, along with options based on a customers' industry and needs. New features also enable the customer to compare products side-by-side.

The comprehensive new site also offers support, providing straightforward information on everything from grants and funding, leasing and financing to writing bid specifications. For technical support, new features include a knowledgebase, how-to videos, articles, as well as information on how to contact a Seon representative. Customers can also access updates, manuals, installation diagrams and the latest industry news.

In the near future, Seon will be adding online ordering and order tracking, and a specific dealer support area where dealers can create their own direct mailers.


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