A New Spin on the Traditional Newsletter Highlighting ARIS Users
BELLEVUE, WA, September 10, 2014 - Leading underwater acoustic sonar manufacturer, Sound Metrics Corp, is about to release the first issue of ARIS in Action
this month. Scheduled to be a quarterly publication, the newsletter will detail the latest and most exciting applications of ARIS, Sound Metrics' newest high-resolution sonar model, across a myriad of industries served.
Jeanne Dorsey, Director of Sales and Marketing explained the concept behind ARIS in Action
stating, "The company wanted a unique and fresh way of sharing the information and stories we receive from our customers. ARIS in Action
is a way to give our customer, the end-user out in the field, the opportunity to tell their own story. So, what better way to do so then to have a dedicated platform that can reach ARIS users worldwide? The name "ARIS in Action"
means exactly what it says; it's a newsletter about our customers, from our customers and for our customers."
ARIS users are invited to contribute to ARIS in Action
by submitting descriptions of their application of ARIS to show how sonar imaging aided their work. All submissions will be reviewed by a panel as part of the selection process. The submissions that Sound Metrics selects to highlight in ARIS in Action
will be given a spotlight article in the newsletter and automatically entered into a drawing to win a $1,000.00 donation to the charity of their choice. Sound Metrics has already selected several outstanding stories for this month's publication and anticipate many more.
Those interested in ARIS in Action may sign up to receive ARIS in Action quarterly here, or contribute by sending a description of their project using ARIS to Sound Metrics at email@example.com.
About Sound Metrics:
Based out of Bellevue, Washington, Sound Metrics designs and manufactures cutting edge acoustic imaging sonars that deliver the clearest, most detailed video images in their class. Sound Metrics' latest sonar model, ARIS Explorer, offers unmatched image clarity in turbid waters to fit the needs of a wide array of industries and applications.