inside.lighting Intruduces the Industry's First Comprehensive North American Lighting Database

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Local Lighting Agent Directory and extensive Lighting Products Directory help lighting professionals do their jobs in less time.

An excerpt from the Pittsburgh page on inside.lighting

The site is built on a premise to "minimize fluff and B.S." by delivering direct, user-friendly and relevant lighting industry information.

A web-based and user-friendly resource for lighting professionals, inside.lighting, provides the first and only consolidated database that summarizes the major lighting manufacturers and agents in 100 local markets throughout the U.S. and Canada. The resource was developed to help lighting and electrical industry professionals stay on top of the ever-changing dynamics of agents and manufacturers in their local market. Additionally, a carefully curated and well-organized LED lighting and controls product directory continues to grow while it simplifies the process of searching multiple manufacturers' websites for that ideal fixture. Visitors will find over 80 categories of lighting fixtures and controls for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

"We designed a website that really simplifies the time-consuming -- and often frustrating -- hunt for lighting-related information. inside.lighting provides lighting professionals with a sole, comprehensive online destination that minimizes the headache of searching all over the web for less robust lighting product and local market information" states the website's mission page. "Want to know who your local lighting agents are? Visit inside.lighting. Want to see 14 options of parking lot lights with links to each manufacturer's product web page? inside.lighting. Want to post or find a lighting industry job opportunity? inside.lighting."

A reservoir for lighting industry info, inside.lighting also publishes economic reports that detail leading indicators of building construction and lighting manufacturing demand. The site is built on a premise to "minimize fluff and B.S." by delivering direct, user-friendly and relevant lighting industry information that architects, engineers, designers, distributors and contractors can utilize to do their jobs better and faster.

For more information, please visit: http://www.inside.lighting . (Yes, .lighting is a valid domain extension.)

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