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Comm-Works, a global technology integrator for multi-site organizations is attending the National Retail Federation’s 102nd Annual Convention and EXPO.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
NRF 102nd Annual Convention and EXPO, Jacob K Javits Convention Center, New York City. Visit Booth 2333 to learn more about the technology solutions Comm-Works provides to retailers.
January 13 - 15, 2013
At this year’s convention, Comm-Works is offering retailers attending the trade show an opportunity to win a free Predictive Analysis survey or a free Spectrum Analysis survey as part of its giant gumball prize giveaway.
"In these exciting times of Wireless and IP, retailers are leveraging technology more vigorously than ever. NRF has always been a front-runner for these retailers and a way for them to explore emerging technologies,” states Fritz Ebel, Comm-Works senior vice president of sales. “We always look forward to NRF as both an opportunity to connect with our clients and a platform to discuss the global technology deployment ecosystem."
Media interviews regarding key retail business issues: PCI compliance, mobility in the store and security/loss prevention available with Al Lampe, Comm-Works CEO, and Fritz Ebel, senior vice president of sales.
Contact Courtney Widmer at 763.852.3174 or cwidmer(at)comm-works(dot)com or Holli Wilber at 605.261.5327 or holli(at)pineapplerm(dot)com.
Additionally, Comm-Works will be live tweeting from the show; follow the company at http://www.twitter.com/CommWorksIT for the latest updates and commentary.
Leveraging its broad industry knowledge and global reach, Comm-Works acts as an extension of its clients to deliver scalable, consistent and high-quality technology solutions. Founded in 1995, Minneapolis-based Comm-Works provides LimITless PossibilitiesSM to organizations with an extensive array of technology needs, no matter what, when or where it’s needed. Learn more at http://www.comm-works.com
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