SOURCE: Visual Management Systems

June 18, 2008 08:00 ET

Nine Clients Go Live With VMS Solutions

TOMS RIVER, NJ--(Marketwire - June 18, 2008) - Visual Management Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: VMSY) ("VMS"), a leading digital surveillance company based in Toms River, N.J., welcomes Residence Inn by Marriott (Meriden, CT), Best Auto Parts LLC, Yorgo Foods Inc., Priority Pay Payroll LLC, Wrap Shak Inc., Al's Auto Clinic and three other organizations who recently went live with a VMS visual management system. The nine new installations join over 2,000 VMS clients benefiting from improved safety and security, worker productivity, and customer service.

"There was a time when video surveillance was considered a luxury," said Jason Gonzalez, CEO of VMS. "That's no longer the case. Today's difficult market conditions have inspired organizations to rethink the impact theft, diminished employee productivity and hazardous work environments have on their bottom lines. A well-designed and executed video surveillance system may be the most effective way to address these concerns."

The nine new installations represent a number of different verticals -- from automotive parts and services to hospitality, municipality, administrative services, restaurants, and manufacturing.

"If there's one common thread that binds our clients, it's the desire to get the most out of their existing assets," commented Jonathan Bergman, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of VMS. "Going live with a VMS solution is a major step in achieving this goal."

About Visual Management Systems

Visual Management Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: VMSY) ("VMS") provides video surveillance solutions to small and mid-size enterprises. VMS's products and services help businesses, government agencies and educational institutions prevent crime, ensure safety, enhance productivity and improve service. Since its inception, VMS has been 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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