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Jet Medical Electronics Launches New Responsive Website to Improve Customer Satisfaction
Date:11/12/2013

Anaheim, California (PRWEB) November 12, 2013

Jet Medical Electronics is proud to announce the launch of a newly designed website: http://www.jetmedical.com/, to help optimize the browsing experience for all users. As an industry leader in multiparameter telemetry systems, defibrillators, and patient monitors, Jet Medical Electronics understands the need for technology to be cutting edge; their new website is no different. Created with the experience of the user in mind, the new Jet Medical website was designed using state-of-the-art technology, so it is compatible with popular browsers and smartphones.

The new website offers a clean and contemporary look, and is extremely easy to use for all users. It features enhanced functionality and resources exclusively for the Jet Medical community.

With clear drop down menus, users can easily find patient monitoring products, Diamond Choice Certified products, and services that Jet Medical offers.

“Everyone at the Jet Medical Team is extremely excited about our website’s new ability to give anyone the tools to learn about us,” said David Wake, of Jet Medical. “We believe that our new platform and ability for users to browse the website will create an even easier way for them to access our new equipment and find what they are looking for. Because, at the end of the day, it comes down to our client’s success—that’s what it’s all about.”

Furthermore, users can now easily contact and connect with the Jet Medical team with all of the contact information fully displayed at the bottom left of the website.
To see the new website, please visit: http://www.jetmedical.com/.

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