PITTSBURGH, PA--(Marketwire - Mar 4, 2013) - Deaf-Talk, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MGQG), dba DT Interpreting (DTI) (www.dtinterpreting.com), the industry leader in on-demand video sign language interpreting, today announced that it has entered into a management agreement with Conley & Associates (C&A), a well established medical sales firm. C&A existing sales representatives will now also sell DTI products, and with C&A's guidance, DTI will contract with additional select sales representatives to open territories throughout the US. C&A will assist DTI with the management of the new sales representatives who will sell or lease DTI's onsite video interpreting equipment, document translation and over the phone interpreting.
"This sales management relationship with Conley & Associates will afford DT Interpreting the opportunity to more quickly increase its sales," stated DTI President David Stauffer. "Also, DTI plans to sign agreements with 20 - 30 additional sales reps who have established territories that will give us exposure from coast to coast. With C&A's management assistance for this new sales force, DTI can focus on the delivery and support of the sold equipment and services."
Pittsburgh-based Conley & Associates is a liaison between several manufacturers and the top healthcare distributors in the country. In addition, C&A's medical manufacturing representatives serve the acute care, primary care and long term care communicates in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York and West Virginia.
About DT Interpreting
Founded in 1999 and now the industry leader, publicly-traded DT Interpreting is headquartered in Carnegie, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh, with sales and customer service offices in Connecticut, Ohio and North Carolina. The Company provides on-demand video sign language and over the phone language interpretation in more than 150 languages, as well as full-scale document translation and translations into Braille.
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