Mediatechnics Fusion Systems DiscWrite v.4 Released
Mediatechnics Systems, Inc. has officially released version 4.0 of DiscWrite Duplicator Software.
Utilizing 30+ years of industry experience and the feedback from hundreds of customers including AOL, FEDEX, HP, MICROSOFT, DiscWrite 4.0 is set to take the duplication industry by storm. This new software release has all the features in it that many other software packages lack. The software comes standard on all the Fusion Duplication systems.
According to Rick Wilson, President at Mediatechnics, “This new software release comes after years of listening to our customer needs and putting them all together in one ultimate software package. Until, now we could not offer such a robust software solution for our duplicators. This new software may render all other vendors software obsoleteand become the industry standard.
For 19 years Mediatechnics has been a leading supplier of duplication equipment and services. Starting in 1988 with 3.5 floppy disk equipment and services, Mediatechnics has earned the reputation of delivering quality product and services at very affordable prices.
With customers ranging from large corporations to small business, Mediatechnics has installed systems and supplied services to companies all around the globe.
Mediatechnics has distributors throughout the world and has a customer base from Russia to Washington DC. Location is never an issue when investing in a Mediatehnics system.
The company’s clients include Fed Ex, AOL, Sybase, Veritas, Intel, Oracle, IBM, Electronic Arts and many others.
For more information on pricing and availability, contact:
Mediatechnics Systems Inc.
PO Box 1424
Placerville, CA 95667
Phone 800-464-8996 USA only and 1-732-899-4419 worldwide
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