CEO of Visual Management Systems Interviewed by Zangani Investment Community Following Its Recent $3 Million Institutional Funding
Released on: December 4, 2007, 7:17 am
Press Release Author: Mercom Capital Group
Press Release Summary: CEO Jason Gonzalez was recently interviewed by Zangani Investment Community.
Press Release Body: TOMS RIVER, N.J. - Dec. 4, 2007 - Visual Management Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: VMSY), a leading Digital Surveillance company based in Toms River, N.J., is pleased to announce that CEO Jason Gonzalez was recently interviewed by Zangani Investment Community.
In the interview Mr. Gonzalez discusses the recent institutional investment of $3 million and how the proceeds will help Visual Management Systems expand its marketing and branding initiatives. He also discusses some strategic relationships in areas that are critical to the company.
The interview can be accessed in its entirety at http://www.zangani.com/webcasts/20071203/vms.
About Visual Management Systems Visual Management Systems, Inc. (VMS) is a publicly-held manufacturer and marketer of loss prevention systems with shares traded under the stock symbol VMSY. VMS delivers online corporate surveillance solutions anytime, anywhere that can help companies improve safety and security, worker productivity, customer service and return on investment (ROI). Users of VMS's surveillance technologies can view their operations live from anywhere in the world. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Visual Management Financial Services, the company provides flexible financial options for equipment and service purchases, making VMS solutions affordable for all types of businesses. For more information visit the company's Web site at http://www.vmscctv.com or contact corporate headquarters at 1-877-323-CCTV.
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