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Walter USA has launched an informational, customizable online cutting tools portal called "my.Walter."

The new my.Walter information portal can be customized to show only the information that is helpful to the specific user, allowing customers, buyers, dealers and others to quickly bypass information that is not relevant to their needs.

New innovations, product ranges, order status and other categories can be grouped together using “cards,” which can then be arranged on the user's my.Walter portal by relevance: High to low, most content to least content – even in the order of the user's choice. Users can also add new buttons and delete existing ones as needed.

In addition, "my.Walter" offers users extra cards they can add by drag and drop to tailor their personal configuration.

During development, Walter placed importance on making its new portal easy to use, so users can log in by simply entering "my.Walter" in the browser toolbar. Portal content can be accessed on multiple devices. The my.Walter portal gives users an immediate and specific overview of precisely the information that is relevant to them – without having to search and gather. The goal is to give as much detailed and relevant information as possible to make informed decisions.

To ensure that this information is always current, users can view notifications about updates (such as changes in order status) in a fashion like e-mails.

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