Local S. Hackensack Company Expanding
SOUTH HACKENSACK, N.J., June 8 /PRNewswire/ — VCOM International Multimedia Corp. announced it is expanding its computer services and digital signage operations and adding a third technology center in South Hackensack. The company already operates two facilities in the area.
The company will use the center to host educational workshops for students and provide demonstrations for teachers to help them learn how to use the latest technologies designed for the classroom. The newest high-tech center will house a variety of technology products and will serve businesses throughout much of New Jersey as well as school and government agencies nationwide.
“Communications products are one of our core business lines and the new center will enable us to showcase our technologies in a dynamic environment,” said Shelly Goldstein, VCOM president and CEO. “With products such as long-distance learning equipment and state-of-the-art interactive white boards, we look forward to having an integral role in shaping the future of businesses and educational systems in the many New Jersey communities we serve.”
VCOM’s Technology Services Group (TSG), located at 30 Ruta Ct., South Hackensack, has a quick reaction assembly group that builds computers and servers for a wide range of customers. The ability to customize products in small quantities sets the company apart from typical resellers and retailers. A service department welcomes walk-in customers.
VCOM’s Video Marketing Services (VMS) division, located at 55 Ruta Ct., is a full service systems integration operation which also specializes in building video conferencing systems and portable long distance learning centers as turnkey operations for schools and corporations. VMS recently installed systems in the Lodi school system enabling students to interact and exchange knowledge with students around the world.
The newest facility is located at 550 Huyler St. near the new Park Ave BMW service center. For more information or to schedule a workshop on topics such as How to Build a Computer from Scratch, contact Shelly Goldstein at 800.631.0868, ext. 1002.
VCOM, which has roots in the community dating back 50 years, specializes in products and services to facilitate communication and learning through technology. In addition to classrooms, VCOM’s products are used in offices for teleconferencing and other business needs, in restaurants for digital menu displays and in airports for news and information display monitors.
SOURCE VCOM International Multimedia Corp.