ihiji Appoints Independent Sales Representative Organizations in US

All are Enthusiastic about Revenue-Generating Potential of 'invision' Remote Monitoring Solution

Austin, TX - May 17, 2010 - ihiji (pronounced "eye -he -gee") today announced the appointment of 5 veteran independent sales representative organizations to take their cloud -based remote in -home electronic systems monitoring solution invision to the residential electronics systems contractor channel.


The sales representative organizations appointed are:
• LP Hench Co., Mike Hench - FL, AL, GA, MS, NC, SC, TN and Puerto Rico
• Dobbs -Stanford Corp., Woody Taylor and Fred Dobbs - TX, OK, AR, LA
• CDMI, John Russell - IL, Eastern WI
• Performance Plus Marketing, Michael Levy - CO, NM, UT, WY, ID, MT
• Current Marketing, Paul Epstein - Arizona and Clark County, NV

invision is designed to interface with in -home electronic systems including (but not limited to) entertainment, network, HVAC and lighting. invision monitors critical aspects of system components (as well as equipment that commonly requires servicing in the form of resetting, repair or replacement) thereby granting residential electronics systems contractors the ability to remotely monitor, service and maintain their client's systems. Examples of typically monitored aspects are a component's general availability; temperature; hard drive status; projector bulb life; ink / toner levels; processor loads and memory availability.

Direct benefits of invision are 1) improved homeowner satisfaction from better -performing electronics systems, 2) the opportunity for the RESC to create recurring revenue streams in the form of service contracts and 3) reduced corporate overhead through more effective service call scheduling.

Sales representative Mike Hench says, "Simply put, the ability for residential electronics systems contractors to run more proactive and profitable business operations is more important than ever. We are excited at the opportunity to help dealers reach new heights."

Interested dealers and sales representatives should contact Michael Maniscalco at 888.321.9170 or email Michael.Maniscalco@ihiji.com.
For all ihiji media inquiries please email katye@mutocomm.com or call 425.374.8930.


About ihiji
ihiji is a leading company that provides invision, an intuitive monitoring tool, to the Residential Electronics Systems Contractor (RESC) industry. ihiji creates a partnership with its dealers to offer inspired solutions to complicated problems, increase end -user satisfaction and drive higher revenues. The company's management team has a unique background comprised of computer and electrical engineering, research and development, information technology, computer programming, and graduate level business with vast experience in residential electronics systems design, installation and servicing.

Contact information: ihiji, 3925 West Braker Lane, Austin, TX 78759
Phone: 888.321.9170; Internet: www.ihiji.com


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