Enterprise Video Distribution and Display Control Solutions Leader, Contemporary Research Launches New WebsiteSept. 8, 2020
For Release: 09/08/2020
Contemporary Research, an enterprise video distribution and display control solutions manufacturer has launched a newly designed and refreshed website with enhanced user experience, updated product pages, and easy to find training and support.
The newly launched website features updated product pages with additional product information and downloads. Users will be able to access related product accessory details, technical tips and guides, and product use case articles. Customers ready to add CR products to their AV systems will be pleased by the new and improved search functionality that lets you find information by distribution method, industry, source inputs, product name, or part number.
“The new site offers a much better experience and ease of use, while also being clear about who CR is and what we do. Our visitors have asked for easier navigation and just like in product development CR is all about giving our customers what they ask for, the new website design was no different” reveals Sara Krybus, Director of Sales and Marketing at Contemporary Research.
Contemporary Research products offer exceptional performance and reliability. For over 25 years Contemporary Research has led the way in manufacturing intelligent yet simple solutions for video distribution and display control. Known for reliability and ease of use, CR products are designed, engineered, manufactured, and supported in Texas with 24/7 product functionality in mind.
“Our resellers will love the ease of navigation and the fact that the site can be used as a tool in their promotion of CR products,” says CR Sales Executive Nelson Solares, CTS.
Contemporary Research is a market leader in designing, engineering, manufacturing, and supporting HDTV modulators, IPTV encoders and decoders, HDTV tuners, and control products for enterprise IPTV networks and digital RF systems that operate 24/7. To learn more visit www.contemporaryresearch.com