Or-Yehuda, Israel (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
Vidisco Ltd. recently expanded its international reach as it launched a new website in French. As the popularity of portable digital X-ray grows, Vidisco makes an effort to cater to the varying needs of its customers. The French speaking market has become one of the dominant digital X-ray markets in the world and therefore, the company found that improving customer service in the French language and translating the website is of high importance.
Vidisco markets its products in over 75 countries around the globe, and believes that the new French website will allow for a larger audience to familiarize itself with the company’s innovative digital radiography systems. Vidisco's lightweight, rugged digital X-ray inspection equipment can be used in almost any environment or terrain and is offered for the Security, NDT and Veterinary fields.
For the security field, the portable digital X-ray security systems are used in a great variety of applications including EOD/IED, customs, border control VIP protection, forensics and more. In the NDT field, Vidisco's systems are also used for many purposes such as pipe inspections in the oil and gas industry. The equipment is also used in the shipyard, power and aerospace industries for weld inspections. Furthermore, today, digital X-ray is also used for examinations of artwork and archeological artifacts to determine authenticity and defects. In the veterinary field, portable digital X-ray is mostly used by veterinary professional who specialize in race horses and equine medicine.
Ofra Kleinberger-Riedrich, Vidisco’s Marcom Manager, stated: "After a lot of work, we are proud to announce the launch our new French website. At Vidisco, we believe that providing the best service to our customers and potential clients is of the highest importance. Before making crucial decisions such as purchasing a portable digital X-ray system, it is of essence that the client understands everything he/she needs to know about the technology and its capabilities – getting this information in one’s native tongue will ease this process."