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Rise Vision, Inc. Announces New Resellers have Joined its Private Network Program for Digital Signage Content Management

Private Network Program enables resellers to offer a complete, branded digital signage solution to their customer base; resellers applaud Rise’s program and Software-as-a-Service approach

rise-vision-logo-color-screen.gifETOBICOKE, Ontario – February 11, 2009 – Rise Vision, Inc., a provider of a web-based content management system for the control of digital signage networks, announces that six new resellers have joined its Private Network Program, which enables resellers to develop and manage their own branded digital signage solution based on Rise Vision’s Rise Display Network. These companies join resellers across the United States and Canada that have signed up for the Program since its launch in the fall of 2008.

New resellers that have joined the Private Network Program are as follows:
• Base 2 Technologies, based in North Wales, PA.
• Direct Tech Sales, based in Indianapolis, IN.
• Technical Service Resources, based in Carrolton, TX.
• MaxView, based in Pelham, AL.
• Sherlock Systems, based in Buffalo Grove, IL.
• Key Media, based in Schoolcraft, MI.

Resellers note that Rise’s Private Network Program enables them to compete despite the current economic challenges while building long-term loyalty. “The economy has frozen capital investment purchases. Unlike server-based digital signage solutions, Rise’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) approach reduces the costs of capital investment, and will open doors closed by this current economy,? says Clyde Smith, President, Technical Service Resources. “The Private Network Program promotes long-term benefits to our business by helping us deliver an integrated package of technologies that our customer expects, and that we are committed to providing.?

“Resellers told us that they needed programs to help them overcome competitive pressures while delivering a valuable solution to their customers,” says Ryan Cahoy, Managing Director, Rise Vision, Inc. “We used their input to develop the Private Network Program, and are excited that resellers are responding so enthusiastically.”

Rise Vision developed the Private Network Program to enable resellers to build customer loyalty by selling their own branded solution, create value by offering a complete digital signage solution, and build a recurring revenue stream based on subscriptions of the Rise Display Network. The Program enables resellers to purchase blocks of subscriptions to the Rise Display Network at substantial discounts. Because Rise Display Network is a Software-as-a-Service solution, it is easy to sell and easy to deploy.

The Rise Display Network is a web-based, Software-as-a-Service content management system operated by Rise Vision. Subscriptions include access to live content such as news headlines, local weather, sports scores, and stock ticker updates. Users incorporate this live content with their own information, including media files, graphics, and text, and publish it directly to their network of digital signs. The new Private Network Program provides resellers with a personalized log-in page where they can promote branding, cross-selling, and event messages directly to end users every time they access their digital signage networks.

About Rise Vision, Inc.
Rise Vision, Inc. owns, develops, and operates the Rise Display Network, a web-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management system for digital signage that brings live data, custom messages, and content to thousands of displays. The Rise Display Network is a web service that does not require hosting infrastructure; users login from any Internet-accessible browser to update, control, and monitor their displays, or use their smart-phone browser to send critical alerts. Every display needs a message – we believe that it should be as easy as creating that message from the web, anywhere, anytime and knowing that it has been delivered. It’s that simple. For more information, call 877.538.7473 or visit http://www.risevision.com.

Contacts:
Todd Hemme
Rise Vision, Inc.
913-538-6988
todd.hemme@risevision.com

Alison Harris
Harris Media Services
207-829-4500
alison@harrismediaservices.com

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