15 May 2018

LEM launches new website to enable efficient product info searches

LEM has launched a new, modern, intuitive and responsive website with a focus on providing quick access to product documentation.

When asked about the changes to the site, Stéphane Rollier, Product & MarCom Manager at LEM said “The previous website was not adapted to handle the needs of today’s engineer, the new site has been simplified to make it easier for the user to find the information they are looking for. A fantastic technical query and easy to navigate menu are just some of the improvements that have been made.”

The website is currently available in English, Russian and Japanese with Chinese launching in June 2018. LEM are inviting customers to explore the new website with their computer, smart-phone or tablet.

Alongside the recent launch of LEM’s Smart Grid dedicated platform, LEM is taking every step to make the customer experience as easy and stress free as possible.

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