Business up for DVTel

The relatively young company moves into larger facilities
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Wednesday, December 1, 2004

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J. - Only a year after the launch of its network video-based products, DVTel Systems has grown out of its original facility and, in mid-October, moved into larger headquarters.

The network video management service provider relocated seven miles from Paramus, N.J., to a new location here that places the company in a strategic location that is closer to New York and Newark, N.J., and major Interstates.

In two short years, the company’s employee base has grown from six to more than 50 people, prompting the need for a larger facility, according to Bruce Doneff, director of public relations at DVTel.

The company also opened offices in Europe and Asia within the past year.

“This is fairly in line with the plan that we had put into place,” said Paul Smith, chief operating officer at DVTel, about the company’s growth so far.

Though Smith declined to release DVTel’s sales numbers, he said the company currently works with 150 systems integrators worldwide. That number is expected to grow to 200.

The 11,500-square-foot office DVTel relocated to is twice the size of the company’s former facility. It features a larger training and demonstration area that will show DVTel’s product in use at the company’s office.

“We have cameras set up around our office today and those cameras will be on our system,” said Smith. “We can demo them in our office and then also remotely.”