Launch of the New Swiftpoint Website

With a new product comes a whole list of new functions for us at Swiftpoint. We have updated our website to allow us to grow and support the community around our newest product the Swiftpoint Z. For those new, to Swiftpoint you can read about us and learn more about our team and what we are working on.

Having launched our product with the support of thousands of backers, we are very much testing the product with 3000+ users. We are looking to Launch the Swiftpoint Z at the E3 Tradeshow on the 13th of June. We will do a blog post about that next week! We’re very excited to have a stand there and welcome you to come visit us if you are attending the show.

For those that simply can’t wait until then, you can pre-order the Swiftpoint Z and our team will follow up with you directly via email.

Having an interactive product means ongoing development and so Grant and the team will be providing a road map for the developments to the software and its driver. If you would like to be a beta tester for new developments you can let us know by signing up to that here, we will contact everyone that joins us about that in the coming months:

Our CEO, Michael has just finished up a sales trip through selective countries in Europe, and we expect to be signing up distributor and reseller partnerships very soon in the UK, France, Germany and the Nordics to make the Z more accessible to gamers in those countries. We’re keen to expand our distribution network further still, and invite distributors and resellers to contact us if they can see opportunities to help us create and meet local customer demand for the Z. Affiliate marketers can pre-register for our affiliate program and partner with us to help extend the reach of our product through online channels.

For technical support information about the Z, we will initially handle that through our customer support system and provide documentation and help articles online as we create them. The first major development for the website will be our community forums. The nature of the software allows for so many configurations and mappings and given the diverse spectrum of hardware, operating systems and software the Z will interactive on and with we need a place to hold those topics and in the spirit of efficiency the community will be the go to place for this.

If you notice anything out of place on the website, please hit refresh on your browser and allow the internet to propagate the new website and its content. We apologise in advance and would appreciate any feedback about the new website if you wish to share that with us in the comments below.

Welcome aboard, thank you again for your support.
Grant and the Team @Swiftpoint

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