Inteset’s New Pricing Model Provides Dealers Annuity-based Revenue

Hanover MA, Aug 15, 2008, Inteset’s new insightful pricing
model keeps dealers in the black and gives them an annuity-based revenue
stream.

AV dealers are looking for new ways to cope with a slumping
economy. One recommended method is for installers to offer service contracts to
their customers. Doing so keeps customers long-term, results in steadier
monthly sales figures, and provides a lucrative annuity-based revenue stream.
Inteset has always adapted its products and services to the changing needs of
dealers. Now it’s continuing this effort with its new pricing model.

Beyond the standard dealer pricing, Inteset is now offering
a “pay-portion-now, pay-rest-later” model on its servers and
extenders. The balance is paid over a two year period (or less) with a small
finance fee. “Dealers can pass this payment structure on to their clients,
say half upfront for the equipment, then monthly payments for one year (instead
of two) with a finance charge. Dealers can purchase an Inteset server for as
little as $1,000 down,” explains David Hirsh, Director of Business
Development. “This can be a very attractive offer for the dealer’s
customers who don’t want to pay so much upfront. A dealer can also charge the
full retail price upfront to retain all the cash of their sale. This creates a
great cash flow situation,” continues Hirsh.

“This is just good business,” says Jeff Lloyd,
president and CEO of Inteset. “Since we work directly with our dealers, we
are in a great position to offer this innovative pricing structure.”

For more detail regarding Inteset’s new pricing, contact
David Hirsh at 781-826-1560 ext: 203. To learn about Inteset products and
services, go to www.inteset.com. Dealers can visit Inteset at CEDIA 2008,
Denver, CO, booth 452.

About Inteset

Inteset, LLC has been creating high-end home entertainment
products since 2003. Inteset offers four categories of products: media servers,
media extenders, high-capacity storage devices, and exclusive software for its
systems. The near silent media servers come with up to 8TB of internal, 15TB
external, protected storage. The advanced media extenders are independent
systems as well as A/V distribution clients. All systems are shipped with an enriched
Microsoft Windows Media Center interface that includes a movie management
module and a multi-zone music module among other exclusive software offerings.
These systems appeal to A/V dealers and integrators domestically and
internationally for their high-integrity construction, reliability,
ease-of-use, unique entertainment modules and services, price point, and
interoperability with advanced control systems.

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