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RIDGIDConnect is a New Online Business Tool

RIDGID announced the launch of RIDGIDConnect — an online business tool designed for service professionals to securely share and store job site information via a computer, laptop or smart phone.

| February 16, 2010

ORLANDO, Fla. – RIDGID announced the launch of RIDGIDConnect — an online business tool designed for service professionals to securely share and store job site information via a computer, laptop or smart phone (watch video). 

RIDGIDConnect creates a digital platform for professionals such as pest management professionals to store job site photos and videos, job reports and histories, maintenance records, customer lists, and other files needed for recordkeeping. The online tool enables subscribers to share information with customers, other contractors and third parties. RIDGID unveiled the new subscription-based service at AHR Expo 2010, the international HVAC/R trade exposition taking place in Orlando, FL.

“Think of this online tool as the contractor’s version of an electronic medical record for each of their customers.” said Jay Gatz, vice president of strategic planning, RIDGID. “We conducted hundreds of hours of research with contractors and maintenance professionals to identify their needs and make sure our online tool could easily and quickly be adopted to help manage their digital assets.”

RIDGIDConnect is designed to meet three primary contractor needs when it comes to handling information and digital media assets:  share, store and simplify.

For more information visit http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/ridgid/40489/

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