NetShift Press Release:
27TH October ‘98
NetShift Software Ltd. partners with Elo TouchSystems.
NetShift Software Ltd., authors of the leading Public Browser Interface kiosk software is proud to announce an alliance with Elo TouchSystems (subsidiary of Raychem Corporation), the world leader in touchscreen manufacture. NetShift Software Ltd. designed version 4 of Elo’s TouchTools ™ Web Enabler kiosk software, which is just being launched by Elo. NetShift is also providing on-going technical support for Web Enabler v4 users. Elo TouchSystems is offering Web Enabler v4 as a strategic part of their promotional and sales operations.
This alliance will provide the dynamic kiosk market with a powerful software and touchscreen technology solution, enabling kiosk developers to supply easy to use, secure and reliable turnkey kiosk applications.
Tim Daw, managing director of NetShift Software Ltd. says: " We are looking forward to a long and satisfactory business relationship with Elo TouchSystems. We firmly believe that Web Enabler v4 is the best public browser interface available and combined with the winning touchscreen technologies from Elo it offers a complete user interface solution of an unbeatable value and quality."
NetShift Software Ltd. is based in Marlborough, Wiltshire, UK. NetShift is a software developer producing kiosk software optimised for touchscreen applications. The main product, NetShift Public Browser Interface is being sold all over the world.
For more information please visit our website at: www.netshift.com
Or contact Kevin O’Keeffe at: [email protected]
About Elo TouchSystems:
Elo TouchSystems, founded in 1971, is based in Fremont, California and Ottobrunn, Germany. Elo is the world leading touchscreen manufacturer, selling their IntelliTouch and AccuTouch products to major kiosk developers. Elo is a wholly owned subsidiary of Raychem Corporation
For more information please visit Elo TouchSystems website at: www.elotouch.com
The new version of Web Enabler will be available for download from the site later this week.