"This is the first review site designed specifically for consumers with disabilities."
Sioux Falls, SD (PRWEB) September 03, 2014
NetPistol today announced the launch of the pilot phase of Crytico.com which will run through December, 2014. Crytico.com is the first and only review site that is 100% related to mobility products and services that mobility dealers provide. Crytico is going to break down any walls that exist in the mobility industry and provide a place where consumers can have transparency. Crytico’s Vision statement is simple, “Write a review, read a review. The power of mobility is yours.”
The pilot phase of Crytico will be an integral part to the overall framework and foundation of the Website. During the pilot phase, feedback will be gathered from participating manufacturers, mobility dealers and customers to ensure the final version of the site is easy to navigate, informative and most importantly, a positive experience for the customer. Crytico will be working with leaders in the industry like, Rollx Vans, VMI, B&D Independence, Drive Master, United Access, Performance Mobility, Ability Center, IMED Mobility and Kersey Mobility.
“The scope of Crytico.com is massive,” said Monique McGivney, a mobility advocate for Crytico. “Never in the history of the mobility industry has there been one website to display information on every product that our industry serves, which is estimated to be over 5,000. In addition to that, this is the first review site designed specifically for consumers with disabilities, so we want to be cognizant to the ease in which the site functions; the customer experience is of utmost importance.”
Consumers are able do one of two things on Crytico.com: write and/or read a review. Reviews can be written on mobility equipment dealers and the services they provide as well as a variety of mobility products like hand controls, home stair lifts, manual and powered wheelchairs and wheelchair accessible vans. Customers will be able to go onto Crytico.com and rate their experience with their product and/or service. Then in turn, customers who are in the market for a product or service can read those reviews and learn about the product to hear what their peers say.