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CAMSYS COMMUNICATIONS, INC. LAUNCHES AN ONLINE STORE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Worthingon, Ohio - May 9th, 2005
CamSys Communications Inc. launched its revolutionary eCommerce Store
today. Designed to assist clientele from all around the world with
purchasing audio/video conferencing equipment and services, the store
will feature products and services from industry-leading corporations,
including Polycom, Sony, ClearOne, and Crestron, among others.
CamSys has also integrated a unique feature that allows visitors to
generate exact pricing quotes, including everything from product costs,
to shipping, installation, and support contracts. "We believe that
this will give our clients the capability to easily get an estimate for
their project, independent of what time it is, and where they are."
commented Ken Moon, CamSys Communication's Chief Executive Officer.
"The addition of our online store is just another example of the
distances we will go to make purchasing audio/video equipment and
services pain-free," says Moon. "We will continue to grow the
product offerings by working with manufacturers and distributors to
offer the most competitive pricing to our clients."
About CamSys Communications, Inc.:
CamSys Communications, Inc., a value added reseller of state of the art
videoconferencing equipment and systems integrator, has been a staple
in the videoconferencing industry for over 15 years. They provide total
"Endpoint-to-Endpoint" systems integration in audio and video
conferencing, needs consultations, network provisioning, systems
installation, PC configuration, technical support, and training.
CamSys Communications, Inc. website:
The CamSys Store:
CamSys Sales Department
667-A LakeView Plaza Blvd
Worthington, Ohio 43085
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