RAMTECH PUSHES GLOBAL PRESENCE WITH NEW WEBSITE

Nottingham-based Ramtech has launched a new website today (9th February 2021), specifically designed to reflect the now global reach of the company’s market-leading wireless solutions after 30 years in business.

The website can be found at: www.ramtechglobal.com.

The website is the final piece of a year long re-branding exercise for the East Midlands company. To reflect Ramtech as a now global brand, the logo was completely redesigned to reflect a more modern approach. Additionally, the former divisional, brand-focused structure was broken down into a more whole company focused ethos.

The new website offers a comprehensive overview of Ramtech as a company and its culture, whilst also featuring information about all the existing solutions, all of which were developed thanks to Ramtech’s Nottingham and field-based teams.

Previously, Ramtech’s range of wireless safety and monitoring technology brands such as WES (well-known across construction) and WiSE had individual websites, which has now changed. There is also a dedicated page for careers and information about the company’s roots, which have always been in Nottingham. As time goes on, more content will be added to the website, including a comprehensive area for distribution partners and existing customers who required additional resources related to Ramtech solutions.

John Harrison, Sales and Marketing Director at Ramtech, explains more. “Several years ago we were very divisional as a company and we wanted to change that, to bring everyone together as one cohesive team. The rebrand was a key part of this, plus it allowed our brand to modernise and reflect our global reach across the 20+ countries we now have our solutions operating in. Moving a series of ‘brand’ websites in one was also key to the plan, with ramtechglobal.com being the result.”

About Ramtech

Ramtech Electronics Limited specialise in the design and delivery of innovative IoT solutions and is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of a variety of wireless safety, security and monitoring systems to a variety of industries, such as construction and leisure.

The company is privately owned and managed. It prides itself on outstanding levels of aftersales service and support. Ramtech continues to invest in a team of specialists across all departments at its head office in Nottingham and throughout the UK.

Originally known for its market leading leisure industry alarms (now called WiSE), 2010 saw the launch of WES (Wireless Emergency System) aimed at the construction industry. Ramtech has since supplied many thousands of units and its wireless technology is currently being used by around 75 percent of the top 100 construction companies in the UK.

WES3 is the latest technological development from Ramtech, drawing on 30 years’ experience of developing radio technology. WES technology is used in well over 20 countries and has been utilised on many well-known projects, including the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt and construction of Heathrow Terminal 5, Sellafield power station, Crossrail and the Thames Tideway Tunnel, as well as during the demolition of Earls Court in London.

In 2019, Ramtech released their new WiSE Platform (Wireless, Information, Security and Energy) offering business across different sectors (mainly holiday parks) the ability to monitor and manage devices such as energy meters, security alarms, equipment monitoring, staff management, security patrol points, mains fail alerts and alert points.

2020 saw not only the company’s 30th year in business but also the launch of their latest solution – REACT – a cloud-based 24/7 site safety notification system to help protect staff, property and other assets from safety risks such as hazards, fire, water damage, lone working and more. REACT can work with 3rd party systems such as WES or can be used totally independently. REACT’s use is currently increasing across the UK, Europe and North America.

Caption image: Nottingham-based Ramtech’s new website reflects their global reach

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