USA :COMMkitchen.com Forms Alliance With Foodvision.com
COMMkitchen.com ( www.commkitchen.com ) announced today that it has formed an alliance for a co-branded marketing initiative with Foodvision.com ( www.foodvision.com ). COMMkitchen.com designs and implements custom procurement programs for commercial foodservice operations, such as restaurants and hospitals. Its Virtual Showroom® and secure custom catalogs offer nearly 25,000 items in the industry's largest on-line selection of equipment, supplies and smallwares for every commercial foodservice requirement. Foodvision.com operates a leading food and beverage Internet portal that has alliances with Yahoo! and CNN Interactive (a Time Warner company) as well as at www.foodvision.com."We're very enthusiastic about the presence COMMkitchen.com will have at Foodvision.com," said Richard Young, president of COMMkitchen.com. "As foodservice professionals look for resources on the web, we're certain that Foodvision.com and COMMkitchen's custom buying programs will become indispensable tools for them.""COMMkitchen is a good strategic fit for Foodvision.com as we expand our offerings," added Raj Kalra, CIO, Foodvision.com, Inc. "COMMkitchen provides the next step in ecommerce: real-time B2B buying on the web."COMMkitchen.com, based in Denver, is a majority-owned Web operating company of EComm Systems Corp. (CDNX: ES.U). EComm Systems is a facilitator of B2B Internet commerce in vertical industries. COMMkitchen.com was one of the nation's first ecommerce Web sites for foodservice equipment and supply sales. EComm Systems recently announced the establishment of COMMcleaing.com, its second WOC, and anticipates launching additional WOCs in the near future.Foodvision.com, headquartered in Atlanta, integrates traditional business systems in food and beverage operations with leading edge technologies in Internet distribution systems. More information can be found on the company's web site at
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