Colorado vNet reports record-breaking Dec

Loveland, CO – January 16, 2008 – Colorado vNet has announced December 2008 as the best sales month in the company’s history, reporting 132% growth over December 2007, and the total year increasing 111% over 2007. The increase is largely a result of custom integrators recognizing the value of the Colorado vNet business model. With pre-integrated systems that are fast and easy to install, Colorado vNet dealers can be more competitive in today’s challenging economic times—offering complete, reliable home automation and digital entertainment solutions from a single manufacturer, without staffing or outsourcing to expensive custom programmers.

“With vNet we’re able to offer integrated home control and audio/video solutions from just one vendor—and at a price that’s much more appealing to our clients right now,” said Rafael Rodriguez, Integration Manager of PrismOne in Orlando, Florida. Rodriguez added, “Everything they do is easy to sell, install and doesn’t require a lot of programming or training clients on our part.”

In the last year, Colorado vNet has expanded system capabilities and added a variety of new products, systems, and packages that provide dealers more opportunities to meet the home automation and audio/video needs of their clients. With the addition of the Vibe™ Video System, CCTV and Weather Applications, an MDU-targeted Vibe Audio Server, and Builder/MDU lighting and audio packages, Colorado vNet dealers are entering new markets and increasing sales to existing and previous clients. Integrators have also taken advantage of the Colorado vNet Wireless Lighting & Control System for retrofit installations in times when new construction is slow.

“Our 2008 growth can be directly attributed to the growing interest by integrators and their clients in an affordable alternative to completely custom solutions.” said Mike Malone, VP of Sales for Colorado vNet. “We will continue to enhance our systems to provide solutions that keep our dealers’ businesses growing in this tight economy,” he continued.