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Tyco launches new Canadian website

Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada has launched a new website. The new site, www.TycoIFS.ca, showcases the company’s customer commitment, industry expertise, and capabilities for delivering comprehensive, market-specific solutions to protect life and property.

June 22, 2015  By  SP&T Staff

The introduction of the new site is a key component of Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada’s strategy to use digital technology to serve customers and accelerate growth. It has been developed to address the needs and interests of building owners, facility managers, architects, engineers, contractors and others involved in life safety and property protection. The site is designed to provide a world-class user experience across web and mobile platforms, while enabling visitors to quickly see how Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada is advancing safety and security, by solving the fire protection, life safety and business challenges that customers face today.
The site features customer-focused information that profiles the Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada business, the markets it serves, its knowledge and expertise, and its solutions and service capabilities. The website also integrates with the new Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada social media sites — LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+ and YouTube. The site is also fully bilingual, available in both English and French.
“We are excited to launch our new website,” said Tracy Long, President, Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada. “This investment in technology and innovation is being made to strengthen our digital presence and better serve the customers, prospects and other visitors who come to our website. The goal is to communicate the value Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada provides as a trusted life-safety partner. We are committed to using our technology, resources and expertise to deliver the right solutions and help customers achieve their fire protection, security and business goals.”

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