SOURCE: Visual Management Systems, Inc.

Visual Management Systems, Inc.

August 27, 2009 10:26 ET

Visual Management Systems CEO Discusses the Scope of Its Global Distribution Agreement

TOMS RIVER, NJ--(Marketwire - August 27, 2009) - Visual Management Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: VMSY), a leading developer, manufacturer and provider of video surveillance technologies, has provided an update on its global distribution agreement with Enpro International, Inc. ("Enpro"). The company is making strides towards finalizing its plan to develop an effective global distribution platform for its security and surveillance technology products. This week's announcement of the execution of the global distribution agreement with E.A. Juffali & Bros. Inc. ("EAJB") is indicative of a growing demand for affordable surveillance solutions overseas, and will help to position VMS as a product aggregator, OEM manufacturer and a primary source provider of security-related technologies into the EAJB companies (www.eajb.com) in Saudi Arabia and throughout the Middle East.

Jason Gonzalez, CEO of Visual Management Systems, said, "Our Company has been singled out by Enpro to act as a facilitator and channel manager of all of its Middle East security related offerings. It is a very interesting approach to a partnership. Not only are we responsible for supplying our products to the EAJB companies, but we have also been designated a US source for a wide variety of security technology."

The Enpro agreement not only gives VMS international distribution of its flagship TrueHybrid™ surveillance platform, but it also provides an international distribution forum for a variety of other security related products through the EAJB network. This will give VMS the opportunity to build systems and relationships with other technology providers and participate in a wide variety of security related projects and transactions. New product offerings already established through the relationship include a biometric security suite with fingerprint scanning mice, biometric time clocks and access control now integrated into the VMS offering.

Enpro has been in the business of importing and exporting technology and engineering related products for over 25 years. As they build the product line and distribution platform, VMS will play a key role in helping to manage the entire profit center. "The process has been fascinating," Gonzalez said. "It's the first time we have been asked to coordinate such a large project. We've been tasked with managing the efforts of several different companies and their wide array of products and at the same time, to offer the marketing guidance necessary to build a sales channel for a global conglomerate. It's very exciting."

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 www.vmscctv.com or call 877-323-CCTV.

About ENPRO International

Enpro International, Inc., established in 1982, is a member of the EA Juffali & Brothers Group of companies (EAJB - www.eajb.com). Enpro has provided sourcing, purchasing & logistics services to EAJB and other companies in the Middle East for the security, manufacturing, technology, infrastructure, engineering, chemical and service sectors. Through its parent EAJB, Enpro's relationships include UTC, Carrier air conditioning, IBM, Dow Chemical, Butler Steel, Mercedes Benz, Kelvinator/Electrolux and many others. For more information, visit www.enprointernational.com or call Joseph Minerva at 212-307-5700 x 143.

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Certain statements in this press release constitute 'forward-looking statements' within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the company to be materially different from any future results, performances or achievements express or implied by such forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties including, without limitation, changes in levels of competition, possible loss of customers, the company's ability to attract and retain key personnel, the company's ability to raise capital, the continued cooperation of creditors and vendors, national and local economic conditions, the ability of the company to reach agreements with the proposed distributor, joint venture and integration partners discussed in this release, conditions and trends in the video surveillance and security industries in general, the ability of the company to attract enterprise-scale customers, changes in interest rates, commercial acceptance of the company's products, the effect of government regulation on the company's operations and other factors described from time to time in the company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Contact Information

  • CONTACT:
    Jason Gonzalez
    CEO
    VISUAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, INC.
    www.vmscctv.com
    732-281-1355