Apollo Fire Detectors launch new enhanced website

apollo fire detectorsA look at Apollo's new website. (Image source: Apollo Fire Detectors)Apollo Fire Detectors has launched a new website with exceptional photography and design to visualise the latest in Apollo fire detection technology

The website highlights applications where Apollo products are installed and showcased in new case studies. The main features of the new resource are extensive, including live-update product information and vastly improved search functionality. In addition, the new website is even more responsive and suited for viewing on mobile devices.

The product information sections have been enriched to offer detailed information on every Apollo product range in one place, including technical specifications previously only listed within the product literature. A new comparison tool makes it easier for visitors to find the best product for any application.

“Our aim was to create an intuitive interface for our customers and partners to interact with the team at Apollo”, comments Ed Browning, Sales and Marketing Director at Apollo. “The new website will provide easily accessible information by utilising powerful search engine functionality and filtering tailored to our customer's requirements.”

Finding Apollo partners worldwide is made easier with a dedicated page which can be searched by region or country and provides links to the partners’ websites for further information on their expertise and partnerships with Apollo.

‘My Apollo’ will enable Apollo Partners and Customers to access their own portal through the website where they will be able to create project lists and save lists of Apollo products for quoting. Users will also have access to digital assets, such as logos and unlocked literature.

To view the new website visit www.apollo-fire.co.uk.

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