The flexibility and responsiveness of UmiBiomedical.com reflects and projects the flexibility of UMI’s services and the responsiveness of our staff.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 24, 2014
The medical waste experts at United Medical Industries, Inc. ("UMI") have just enhanced their mobile web marketing presence with the addition of UmiBiomedical.com, a secure responsive website designed and developed by WebFL.US which gives Florida hospitals, medical and dental clinics, treatment centers, pharmacies, laboratories and other healthcare facilities interactive access with UMI from any desktop, notebook, tablet or smartphone web browser. According to hands-on UMI President and CEO Jose Yero:
"Our legacy website UmiWaste.com helped us grow from our base in Miami to become a leading provider of sharps collection and biohazardous medical waste removal services throughout the Sunshine State. With the secure and mobile-friendly responsive web design of UmiBiomedical.com to support and eventually supplant it, we now have the strategic marketing as well as operating resources in place to become ‘the’ leading provider of biomedical waste disposal services, pharmaceutical waste removal and medical waste treatment in Florida."
UMI’s adaptive website UmiWaste.com has long had a mobile device description repository ("DDR") in place to route not-so-smart cellphones to the UMI mobile minipage at m.umiwaste.com. This DDR is now redirecting all mobile and tablet traffic to their new fully responsive site. UmiBiomedical.com is a definitive example of World Wide Web Consortium ("W3C") standards-compliant secure responsive web design. Responsive web design ("#RWD") eliminates the need to maintain redundant "full" and "mobile" websites or apps by employing CSS media queries, fluid layouts and flexible grids to adapt the presentation of web content to the screen size and capabilities of requesting browsers, devices and other user agents in real time. To this, veteran Miami web developer Bruce Arnold of WebFL.US adds HTTPS (SSL/TLS) transport layer security to create the secure responsive framework identified by the Twitter hashtag "#sRWD".
"Bruce Arnold and WebFL.US have provided us with a website that clearly and concisely conveys our medical waste management message and makes our online resources securely yet easily accessible by our customers regardless of whether they’re typing at their desks or tapping on their smartphones. The flexibility and responsiveness of UmiBiomedical.com reflects and projects the flexibility of UMI’s services and the responsiveness of our staff."
About United Medical Industries
Founded in 2002 by biomedical waste management industry pioneer Carlos Campos, United Medical Industries ("UMI") is a full service medical waste disposal hauler and transporter providing comprehensive infectious biohazardous waste collection, removal, transport and treatment services to healthcare facilities and other medical waste generators located in Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Hialeah, Tallahassee, Ft. Lauderdale, Port St. Lucie, Pembroke Pines and throughout Florida.