News | April 23, 2015

Hitachi Aloka Medical America Launches New Website

Enhances features, navigation, product offerings, interactive content and company history

Hitachi Aloka Medical America, Inc. (HAMA) announced the launch of its new website. Hitachi Aloka Medical America, Inc. which is committed to delivering advanced diagnostic ultrasound systems and solutions to meet the needs of physicians and patients in the USA and Canada has just completed and released a new and improved website with these advanced features:

  • New search and navigation allowing existing and prospective customers to find what they are looking for more quickly.
  • Branded market and procedure segmentation for an unmatched customer focus.
  • New product and technical data to better identify features, benefits and dedicated solutions for existing and prospective customers
  • An array of new graphics, photos, image libraries and interactive content.
  • Enhanced and robust support materials for service related activities and programs.

Created with the user experience firmly in mind, the website has been designed using the latest technology so the site is compatible with today's browsers and mobile devices.

“We are very excited about the launch of our new website,” said David Famiglietti, president and general manager of HAMA. “We are now able to succinctly present the true value our company and the ultrasound solutions that we provide to current and prospective customers.  The website will showcase the range of diversified products we offer in the USA and Canada and will position us for further growth.  This is an important step in our evolution.”

For more information: www.hitachi-aloka.com

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