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Wireless Ronin Partners with Bigeye

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Minneapolis based digital signage company Wireless Ronin Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:RNIN) has partnered with Bigeye Productions, a web design and internet hosting company located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, to be a reseller in the Canadian and US markets.
The goal of this relationship will expand the reach of Wireless Ronin's, RoninCast software through Bigeye Productions' client base and its reputation as a leader in the web design and internet hosting industry. According to RoninCast, the two companies have worked together in the past, and based upon the success of that relationship, have entered into a formal reseller agreement.
"Our relationship with Bigeye provides an opportunity in the Canadian and U.S. markets where Bigeye is already a trusted vendor and has valued relationships with its clients," said Jeffrey Mack, President and CEO of WRT. "As a reseller of RoninCast, Bigeye is assured of our total commitment and support and we are assured of their commitment to Wireless Ronin."
Bigeye Productions has expanded its service list to include RoninCast along with website design, online publishing and online surveys. Bigeye will resell the RoninCast applications to clients and manage their content design, updating and network management needs.
"Clients are able to be on the cutting edge of marketing and advertising while at the same time sitting back and allowing us to manage the technicalities for them," said Al Kinnear, President of Bigeye Productions. "We manage installation, creative design, and network management as another key element of our clients integrated marketing plans."
The relationship between WRT and Bigeye has already proven successful with more than 75 installations of RoninCast in multiple specialized retail and paint and decorating outlet locations throughout the US and Canada.
Contact: Wireless Ronin Technologies. www.wirelessronin.com


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