SOURCE: DirectView


August 01, 2012 05:57 ET

DirectView Establishes Operations in New York City as Part of Its Regional Expansion Plans in the Video Surveillance, Access Control and Security Markets

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Aug 1, 2012) - DirectView Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: DIRV), a company focused on ownership and management of leading video and security technology companies, today announced that it has established permanent operations in New York City as part of its regional expansion plans in the video surveillance, access control and security marketplace. 

Management of DirectView has recently built an impressive and growing customer base in the New York metropolitan area and now intends to aggressively expand its marketing efforts throughout the Northeast. By setting up operations in New York City, DirectView will have a full time staff dedicated to servicing one of the largest markets in the United States for video surveillance and access control. Additionally, by using these operations as its first hub in the Northeast, DirectView can capitalize on the market growth in this area for corporate as well as residential surveillance and security solutions. Growth in these markets has been spurred by increased risks of crime and terrorism as well as the solid advancement in technology helping to make advanced systems offered by DirectView much more affordable to a wider customer base.

Commenting on the expansion, Roger Ralston, CEO and Chairman of DirectView, stated, "Management is committed to the rapid growth of its surveillance, access control and perimeter security business. Our background in video technologies puts us in a unique position to deliver custom solutions to the diverse needs of the New York marketplace. By combining cost effective solutions with cutting edge technologies we can merge the best of both worlds to deliver superior quality and functionality at sensible price points to rapidly grow our customer base. We look forward to steadily growing our New York Operations for the foreseeable future for the benefit of our company and its stockholders."

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