Calgary - Hal Schultz, president of MoneyFlow Systems International Inc., reports that as an adjunct to the acquisition of Interglobe Investigation the company has completed development of additional Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) used for security surveillance. The product line enhancement was initiated to provide a broader range of applications and create a greater appeal to a broader client base.
"We can now accommodate equipment needs for any location's requirements, from the most sophisticated high end installation to some of the lower feature requirements of our customers," said Schultz. "It has taken several months to complete assembly of our product line of DVRs and cameras to meet our current requirements and we are now concentrating on our marketing effort to sell our products throughout North America," he remarked, adding, "We will be showing our products to the industry at the upcoming International Security Conference in Las Vegas, where we will have exposure to the largest distribution networks in the world for our type of products."
"In addition to our initial high-end, robust and full-featured DVRs, we have completed development of new and special featured equipment including a mid-range priced Linux embedded system with up to 16 cameras per DVR. The embedded systems are more reliable and not subject to malicious Internet attacks as is sometimes the case with other operating systems. The mid-range system appeals to customers who don't require all of the features of the top-of-the-line systems. The company has also added an entry level line of product with embedded operating systems that offer capacity from 1 to 16 cameras for applications where full-featured systems are not required. This product line should appeal to cost conscious home owners and businesses that are looking for affordable protection. Image quality is not sacrificed in the lower cost systems and by not forcing our customers to pay for bundled features not desired or required we can provide a better value to a broader range of clients," Schultz said.