LiteTouch has added a new feature to its website designed to promote the latest system design tools, replacing the printed Specification Resource Binders used by architects, lighting designers, and interior designers.
LiteTouch’s upcoming product line expansion, along with growing environmental initiatives at the company, spurred the change to an electronic alternative to these books traditionally used in specifying detailed product information for plans and blueprints.
“With all the new products and technology enhancements LiteTouch is introducing, the most up-to-date information will be available at our Online Design Center first, delivering our customers immediate access to the information they need,” said Angie Larson, LiteTouch’s VP of sales and marketing.
Traditional hard print binders are available upon request. Specifiers also may sign up for LiteTouch’s new monthly e-newsletter, which includes the latest product information, system programming ideas, and green ideas in every issue.
The new LiteTouch Design Center is accessible at LiteTouch.com. Digital resources include system literature, case studies, system integration and automation details, design and specification tools, and installation manuals and details.
LiteTouch recently released LiteWare4.0, its proprietary Windows-based programming software that delivers the programming and integration power to the LiteTouch system. Since the time LiteWare was first introduced in 1988, the software has been on a variety of platforms, including the original DOS platform. LiteWare4.0 now includes all of the latest technical enhancements available with the .net platform.
In addition to offering system programming via Open Architecture Serial Coding, LiteWare is also used by LiteTouch specifiers, dealers, and installers for LiteTouch system quoting, design, installation layout, billing, and scene adjustment, the company says.