Introducing the Control Room Toolbox
Understand, measure and address the problems within your own control room
Atlanta, Georgia, April 5, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Design Matters, one of the leading consulting firms in control rooms, announced today that is has released a new product designed specifically for the control room industry. The company, which prides itself in its ability to effectively diagnose problems and provide both state of the art solutions and well as practical training to reduce problems, has released a digital product called the Control Room Toolbox.
The Control Room Toolbox is a thorough set of training videos, downloadable tools and live consulting hours to help you start making improvements right away. Its primary focus is to improve your control room by targeting key problem areas: distractions, traffic, lighting, noise, and fatigue. It will give you the information you need to:
- Identify problems in your control room
- Evaluate your control room's unique challenges
- Implement changes for improvement
“We are excited to launch this product and hope it can be a valuable resource to control rooms and plant operations everywhere,” says owner and CEO of Design Matters, Steve Whitley.We are excited to launch this product and hope it can be a valuable resource to control rooms and plant operations everywhere.
Design Matters has been consulting in the control room industry for nearly 20 years. Their primary role is to create custom control room designs for installations both in the US and abroad. We serve many industries including Oil & Gas, Pipeline, Electric Utilities, Process Control, Technology-based companies, Military and DoD.
“Our experience with over 400 control rooms positions Design Matters as a leader in this highly specialized design process,” continues Steve Whitley. “This experience is part of what led us to create the toolbox.”
Design Matters is planning to push the Control Room Toolbox into the forefront of the control room industry in the coming year. They are currently exploring options of distribution, affiliate programs and white labeling packages to place the Toolbox into more locations. They are offering a limited time introductory offer for the first 30 days that gives customers 30% off the purchase price using the discount code: control30
To learn more about the Control Room Toolbox or Design Matters' custom consultation, contact Steve Whitley at 404-395-8298 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website at www.d-matters.com.
Source: Design Matters