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Savant Revamps Website

Savant Systems has relaunched its website with an improved layout and more intuitive navigation, according to the company. The new site also contains interactive videos, a photo gallery, and a social networking program involving Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.     “One critical objective of our new website was to cl
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Savant Systems has relaunched its website with an improved layout and more intuitive navigation, according to the company. The new site also contains interactive videos, a photo gallery, and a social networking program involving Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

“One critical objective of our new website was to clearly illustrate to consumers how Savant technology can bring together the functionality of systems throughout the home,” Savant director of marketing Craig Spinner explained. “Residential end-users can see lighting, climate control, home theater, and many other services all working together in concert. Our commercial clients also reap the same benefits from the site re-design in such market categories as education, corporate business, government, healthcare, and other industries seeking powerful and efficient technology solutions.”

There is a dedicated section of the new website for Savant’s commercial clients highlighting the products and solutions that can be tailored to applications in that market.

Another point of interest within the new website is a page dedicated to Savant’s New York City Experience Center, a space divided into a residential section (open by appointment now) and a commercial section slated to open later in 2010.

The Products section of the website details the all of Savant’s offerings, from the smaller PROTÉGÉ system to larger control platforms. Also featured are remote controls, touchpanels, docking stations, and other accessories.

The Technology page showcases Savant’s OSD (On-Screen Display) interface, the TrueImage Control with GestureTouch technology, and the company’s whole-home two-way iPhone and iPod touch mobile device application.


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