Based on the resounding success of its 2004 EDDY Award-winning Montage product and initial reaction to the new Spyder family of products, Vista Systems has made two significant announcements regarding its growth. The company has moved from its 7,200 square-foot space to a new 13,000 square-foot facility and brought on Larry Jandro as sales and marketing manager.
"Ever since we introduced the Montage at NAB 2003, demand for our product has been phenomenal and we have been bursting at the seams," commented Vista Systems CEO, Clark Williams. "With the preview of the Spyder at NAB 2004 and the official introduction at InfoComm, we anticipate an even greater rate of growth. Continuing to expand our employee base and enlarging and upgrading our physical plant will aid tremendously in responding to our growth."
Vista Systems' new physical plant is double the size of the existing space and will include larger production and warehouse areas as well as an expanded R&D lab. The more than 13,000 square-foot facility is located in the progressive northwest corridor of Phoenix at 2001 W. Melinda Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85027.
Larry Jandro brings 30 years of experience to Vista Systems. Most recently he was a freelance video and technical director for large-venue multimedia events including Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation World Tour, and Ford Motor Company's Ford 2000 World Tour. Says Jandro, "after a 15-year period of freelancing in the video staging and touring business, I see Vista Systems and the great promise it brings to this industry as the best and easiest career move I have made."
For more information, go to www.vistasystems.net.