Contec Partners With Protofuse, Inc. for dtx.com Redesign

Contec., a leading provider of embedded systems and advanced display solutions in the medical device, industrial automation and defense markets today announced its partnership with Web Services provider, Protofuse, Inc. (Orlando, Florida), for the redesign of the dtx.com website.

“It is time to take our web presence to the next level,” said Dan Nelson, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Contec.; “Our new site will reflect the thinking and vision of the Contec team, as well as our commitment to being an extension of our customer’s design, manufacturing and support organizations. We are excited about partnering with Protofuse to develop a fresh new look and feel to our web site.”

Following an in-depth review of multiple Orlando-based web development companies, Contec engaged Profofuse because of their quality customer base & portfolio, the expertise of their staff and their unique development processes. “We don’t see this as a short web design project,” stated Eric Sharp, Protofuse Founder & Lead Strategist; “Contec is distinctive in their industry and we see this partnership as a long-term relationship that will enable us to help Contec make their brand even stronger.” The redesign project is expected to be completed for an early 2014 launch of the new site.

About Contec Americas Inc.

Contec Americas is a global technology design, manufacturing, and integration company with an extensive portfolio of solutions ranging from tier 1 computers to fully custom computing platforms, displays, and All-in Ones (AIO). Contec provides additional value to its customers through product design & innovation, life cycle management, logistics and post-production support. Our products and services are sold around the world to customers in many segments including industrial automation, IoT/M2M, medical and diagnostics, transportation, military simulation, and gaming. Contec Americas is a proud member of the Contec Co., Ltd. Group companies, founded on innovations in industrial computing and PC based technology since 1975.