SOURCE: Visual Management Systems, Inc.

Visual Management Systems, Inc.

January 06, 2010 08:30 ET

Dealers Embrace New VMS Products and Plan

TOMS RIVER, NJ--(Marketwire - January 6, 2010) - Jason Gonzalez, CEO of Visual Management Systems (OTCBB: VMSY) recently commented on the company's progress regarding its strategic redirection towards manufacturing and wholesaling of its proprietary TrueHybrid® SP and FlexTH video surveillance products, and away from security integration and reselling. "We are in constant communication with our dealers and distributors and are receiving excellent feedback about the new products," said Jason Gonzalez, CEO of Visual Management Systems. "Our dealers have responded exactly as we hoped they would -- with orders."

"We've introduced an entirely new business plan to the investment community based on the activities of our Intelligent Product Development Group subsidiary and poured our attention into developing the channels contemplated by the plan. I'm very excited to see this response," Gonzalez continued.

Ken Hodges, from the LP Group in Grafton, OH is a long-time veteran of the security industry and an approved VMS-iPDG dealer. "As loss prevention professionals, we are very critical about the surveillance equipment we choose because we frequently end up using it ourselves," Hodges said. "We are uniquely suited to evaluate surveillance equipment like what VMS provides to us. We have successfully installed the VMS equipment in a broad scale of applications, and often have repeat orders. This means our customers like the equipment too." The LP Group has been operating in commercial loss prevention consulting for ten years and does work for well-known national brands, the Department of Defense, and US Customs.

Mike Walker of Knoxville, Tennessee's Professional Security Consultants and Design is another VMS-iPDG dealer who has had considerable success. He said, "PSC&D focuses on educational and government security installations. The Department of the Interior and specifically the National Park service has, and uses, the VMS equipment regularly to protect some of our Nation's most cherished treasures."

Mr. Gonzalez continued, "It is very encouraging to see our large dealers express this kind of confidence in our products, and of course placing orders. It indicates that different parts of the country and the economy in general, are starting to show signs of life again. Our new business plan addresses the dealer market as well as other distribution channels. We're already seeing results and it's very encouraging."

Gonzalez went on to say, "Even our newest dealers in NJ and Louisiana have had very encouraging initial results. We also received word that an international marketing and distribution agreement which investors may remember we entered into in August is gathering steam. We are close to finalizing plans for new local distribution channels under that agreement in a number of foreign markets."

"The company will continue to improve its shareholder communications programs to keep investors apprised of progress in implementing the new business plan." He concluded by stating, "We still face challenges, but we have faith in our technology and a plan that we intend to execute."

About Visual Management Systems

Visual Management Systems, Inc. and its subsidiary Intelligent Product Development Group are committed to developing and implementing industry-leading video security technology at affordable price points. For more information, visit or call 877-323-CCTV.

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