CrystalVision Selected to Re-develop Cryo Industries' Web Presence

Newington, New Hampshire. May 19, 2009. Cryo Industries of America, Inc. has selected the award winning web development firm, CrystalVision of Newington, NH to redesign and redevelop their web site,

Located in Manchester, NH, Cryo Industries of America (CIA) is a leading supplier of cryogenic systems. Dedicated to manufacturing the very best in cryogenic equipment, their products include standard and custom equipment, open or closed cycle, continuous flow or reservoir type, miniature, hand held, large aerospace and superconducting magnet systems.

CrystalVision will provide a complete re-design and re-development of the site with the inclusion of a content management system which will allow CIA to quickly and easily edit and add content to their new site. Additionally, special functionality will be incorporated to allow visitors to find and explore CIA’s specialized products through various search methods.

In addition to design and development, CrystalVision will provide hosting, ongoing maintenance and support services for Once the new site is launched, CrystalVision’s GPS Program provides regularly scheduled face-to-face meetings to discuss future changes or enhancements to the site and any other online marketing needs or capabilities required by CIA to exceed their goals and ensure their ongoing success.

About CrystalVision:
CrystalVision is a national provider of innovative web and eMarketing solutions. Founded in 1995, the firm's expertise lies in fully integrated, customized solutions which include web design, application development, e-commerce & security, content management systems & maintenance, search engine optimization & marketing and online video. CrystalVision's experienced and talented team continuously produces award-winning results for their clients that demonstrate a return on investment and support continual growth and business development.

For more information about CrystalVision, contact them at 603-433-9559 or visit their web site at

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