USA: Foodvision.com wishes to restate its position in the market
Foodvision.com (OTCBB:FVSN) wishes to restate its position in the market. Foodvision.com has evolved far beyond its original mission to become the premier food portal on the Internet. Through the acquisition of its new e-commerce platform called "GLUE", the Company is now positioning itself as a Commerce Service Provider (CSP). As a CSP, the Company is able to manage online commerce operations from top to bottom. The Company will initially focus within the food industry. However, the power of the GLUE technology allows management of online commerce in any industry. The Company views its CSP position as the final step towards its ultimate goal; being a Software Integration Solution Provider. "In the next few months, we will complete several projects that will further enhance the Company's position as a CSP," states Paul R. Smith, Chairman & CEO. "The up-coming launch of our new B2C site will be accompanied with the introduction of our own line of retail products. At that stage, as a CSP, we are able to provide technology and our own products. This will provide the Company a new source of revenue." The Company currently has four distinct divisions:
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