Premier Technology Group Unveils New Website

Targeted at educating local Texas home and business owners about their technology options, area custom integrator launches refreshed web design and SEO-driven content

Houston, TX - May 20, 2014 -Over ten years ago Premier Technology Group opened its doors to the greater Houston community, driven by an intense passion for consumer electronics including automation, security, lighting and shade control, audio/video systems and beyond. Today, with the growing popularity and curiosity surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT), Premier Technology Group is taking a proactive step to better connect with and educate their local Texas community on the wealth of options afforded by custom technology integration.

The revitalized website was created to make the online experience for exploring and researching custom technology easier and more intuitive. Visitors are first greeted with sweeping lifestyle imagery depicting various custom installation projects across the home and business environment, driving piqued interest in available services. The site is divided into clear "Solutions" categories - including Automation & Controls, Fire & Security Systems, Lighting & Shade Control, Audio & Video Systems, IT & Communications and Electrical systems - making it simple for intrigued home and business owners to learn more about the system aspects they crave most.

"Having an active, appealing digital presence is more critical today than ever before," said Eric Herleth, President and CEO of Premier Technology Group. "Consumers use the Internet to research products, services, and professionals before engaging in a partnership with them, which is why we take our online brand seriously, it's all about first impressions. We are thrilled to unveil the new PTG website and happy to deliver high quality content and imagery that not only portrays us as a brand, but works to inspire technology lovers and educate home and business owners on the endless possibilities provided by truly unique custom installation."

The new website also features a prominent Gallery which is stocked with engaging high-resolution photos from some of Premier Technology Group's favorite custom installation projects. With the revised Gallery layout visitors can browse an array of project styles and settings ranging from high-end home theater design, whole home automation and innovative outdoor entertainment to strategic light commercial applications that allow business owners to streamline operations. Additionally, for those interested in staying up-to-date on consumer electronics trends, new product announcements, and the happenings at Premier Technology Group the revamped website also features a full blog as well as links to all of PTG's social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Houzz), allowing consumers to stay connected with the brand.

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