IMAX Launches New Website

TULSA, Okla.-IMAX Worldwide Home recently launched a new website, www.imaxcorp.com, that provides customers with a streamlined shopping experience and a number of new features.

"The new website has already been a huge success," said Rex Yoakley, IMAX vice president of sales. "We've had great customer feedback and increased sales since it launched earlier this year. IMAX has always been on the cutting edge of technology in our industry, and we're excited to provide our customers with an even better online shopping experience."

The new website offers a clean, easy-to-use navigation, allowing customers to easily browse products on the website or using digital flip-page catalogs. New features include the ability to browse product without logging in, social media product sharing, product image detail zooming and improved product search.

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