USA: Foodvision.com Provides an E-Commerce Solution
Paul R. Smith, CEO of Foodvision.com, announces today that with an increase response to our National Sales Program, a unique representation of our niche market, we have chosen SpotCity.com to partner with us in our overflow of web development. SpotCity.com produces high quality, low cost websites that are effective, imaginative and interactive. SpotCity.com, is a product of the Sandwich Isles Group (SIG), specializing in development of virtual web based applications and websites for businesses. In 1997, SpotCity's vision was to create an affordable and desirable method for neighborhood restaurants to post their menus online. They currently offer a range of products and services from web design to 360 degree virtual tour technology. "We're very excited about our partnership with foodvision.com and the chance to bring these high standards of design to restaurant owners and managers nationwide through a powerful brand," said Kevin Donovan - Director of Marketing Development for SpotCity. "With an increase in Internet traffic and a rise in popularity, it has become a necessity to have a presence on the web, especially with businesses marketing their products and services towards consumers and other businesses. Through our Merchant Program, foodvision.com can give an interactive presence to our food service clients, with a complete web presence that insures a competitive, cutting edge, and interactive revenue center." States Raj Kalra, CIO foodvision.com "Foodvision has taken the pressure of food specific companies trying to get on the Internet, by allowing them to monopolize on our combined 93 years in the food and beverage industry, and over 20 years in combined technical experience."
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