By Lars Dalseide | March 20 2013 16:03

From Aimpoint - Aimpoint.com now available as a mobile version for smartphones

Aimpoint's new smartphone app Aimpoint, the originator and worldwide leader in electronic red dot sighting technology, is proud to announce the launch of the mobile version of www.aimpoint.com.

Increased customer communication and the exchange of information via the Internet are both commonplace today, but with the rapid technological development of smartphones and the increase in mobile surfing, it is becoming more important to be available as a mobile site, too. Surfing via a smartphone requires websites of a different sort compared with traditional sites. For instance, graphics, texts, videos and other content must be tailored for mobile users.

“According to an IDC report, more U.S. Internet users will access the Internet through mobile devices than through PCs or other wired devices by 2015. Western Europe and Japan will not be far behind the United States in following this trend,” says Kristi Drawe, Director of Marketing at Aimpoint, Inc. “We want to ensure that our website is accessible to our customers at any time and from any place.”

Aimpoint’s new mobile website is easy to navigate and offers useful information to reach our customers on the go. For example, the user can find the closest Aimpoint dealer based on his current location. Or, if a customer is at a shooting range, then helpful information such as zeroing or mounting the sight will be available.

More applications are being developed and will be implemented at a later date to improve customer support even more.


About Aimpoint
Based in Sweden, Aimpoint is the recognized worldwide leader and originator of red dot sighting technology. After more than 35 years of working closely with military weapon systems experts, experienced hunters, and marksmen around the world, Aimpoint red dot sights remain the top choice for combined speed and accuracy. For more information contact on Aimpoint or the company’s products, visit their webpage at www.aimpoint.com.

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