New Website for Compustar Remote & Security Systems

Compustar Undergoes Rebranding with Release of the New Compustar.com


 

 

Compustar, maker of remote start and security systems for automobiles, will enter this upcoming fall and remote start season with its new website, Compustar.com. The new Compustar website will utilize interactive media, social content, and streamlined product info to maximize accessibility for both new visitors and remote start experts.

 

The new Compustar website spearheads Compustar’s efforts to drive more business towards its retailers. By placing multiple dealer locator links on each page of the website, the call to action for visitors will be clear. When a customer wants to find their nearest Compustar retailer, they will be taken to Compustar’s enhanced dealer locator.  The enhanced dealer locator will spotlight Compustar’s most prestigious retailers, giving every prospective customer some extra direction and confidence on where to buy Compustar.  

 

Along with the website release, Compustar promises to use the new web platform to debut several new remotes, which are scheduled to hit stores this fall. The first remote to be announced and revealed to the public is the “SLICE” RF-2W940-SS. The majority of Compustar’s new remotes will be released as a part of the Compustar PRO Series, which is sold exclusively by Compustar’s top retailers.

 

Compustar is a brand of Firstech, LLC. Firstech was founded in 1997 to provide the industry’s most innovative aftermarket automotive technologies, backed by unmatched customer service. The company’s primary focus is on remote start and security solutions for automobiles.

 

 

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