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JH Technologies Announces Launch of Their New Website
Date:6/21/2012

Fremont, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2012

JH Technologies, a distributor of optical and digital imaging systems, launched their new website, http://www.jhtechnologies.com. The website’s redesigned look, feel and content took into account comments from users and JH Technologies’ desire to provide richer, application based content that is relevant to its current and future customers.

Founder and CEO John Hubacz, says “Our business is changing with more of our customers needing to understand how to best apply our products to their diverse requirements. Our customers want to get through a website quickly, get the information they require, and make an informed decision. They also want to better understand which solutions would be most effective for their application. The new website is designed to quickly provide that information. Additionally, the site offers visitors quick access to our staff of engineers, biologists, and scientists so more complex answers can be gathered efficiently”.

The new site helps visitors quickly find the applications of interest and then recommends both the instrument best suited for that application and any other relevant alternative. The site also incorporates application white papers developed by JH Technologies staff and designed to pass on 25 years of experience and know-how in microscopy and digital imaging. “This is exciting. We now have a way to transfer our staff’s knowledge, expertise, and familiarity to our customers. We believe with this knowledge our customers will be better able to make decisions on equipment that will solve their most difficult issues. And it’s available at the click of a mouse” says CTO Micah Harrel. Harrel continues, “We will continually expand the applications section of the site by gathering our customer’s experiences and knowledge and publishing these on the site as well.”

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