Product catalogue released

Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Liberator Ltd has released a new customer support catalogue, an easy-to-use guide to all the products and services provided by the company. Based in Lincolnshire, Liberator markets hardware and software items for people with special needs. Chairman Trevor Sutton said the company¹s core business was augmentative communication systems but added that Liberator also markets access technology which includes everything from switches through to head pointing mouse alternatives. The new catalogue gives details on a multitude of items designed for people with special needs. The list includes specialised software, mounting devices, interfaces and switches. Liberator also provides a wide range of training courses to meet a variety of needs. “Liberator has grown in reputation for the quality of its product range, its service and its backup,” Mr Sutton said. “We have product specialists across the UK who can provide free demonstrations of our entire product range. We believe that Liberator provides the best customer supp

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