Up almost $2 million from this point in 2013.
(PublicWire.com Press Release) — HENDERSON, Nev., Feb 10, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) — via PRWEB – Quest Solution, Inc. “Quest”, a wholly owned subsidiary of Amerigo Energy, Inc. “The Company” (OTCBB: AGOE), discussed results so far for 2014.
Kurt Thomet, President of Quest Solution, Inc. stated “Our 2014 numbers have started the year very strong. So far we are having the best performance in Company history with completed sales and booked projects of approximately $6.2 million. This number includes our delivered sales and pending projects sold, but not yet invoiced. Despite January traditionally being a slow month in the industry, we are off to a great start for the year.”
Thomet continued, “Things are shaping up for a good 1st quarter with performance numbers almost $2 million ahead of where we were at this same point last year (2013). Our reputation, delivering the right solutions to our blue chip customer base, and high caliber sales and systems engineers have propelled our growth. We are positioned well this year to achieve or exceed our goal with the increase in sales, support and engineering talent expanded by almost 20% over last year.”
George Zicman, Vice President of Sales also discussed the industry, “The Data Collection industry is comprised of about 3,500 companies, many single location regional companies with fewer than 10 employees and under $ 5 Million in revenue. Of the 100 largest companies, few have a National Sales force like Quest with 12 regional sales offices, and we feel many do not have such a diversified customer base spread over Manufacturing, Distribution, Retail, Logistics and Healthcare. The major Vendors whom Quest represents have rating tiers for their product sectors with Certified, Specialized and Premier based on Volume and Expertise. Quest is at the Elite level on most every product category it sells including Mobile Computing, Wireless, Advanced Data Capture and RFID. With the higher tier ratings, Quest receives higher discounts, more sales and marketing support and more technical resources from the large co-selling public company partners.”
About Quest Solution, Inc.
Quest is the leading provider in the technology, software, and mobile data collection systems business. http://www.QuestSolution.com
Quest Solution is a national mobility systems integrator with a focus on design, delivery, deployment and support of fully integrated mobile solutions. The Company takes a consultative approach by offering end to end solutions that include hardware, software, communications and full lifecycle management services. The highly tenured team of professionals simplifies the integration process and delivers proven problem solving solutions backed by numerous customer references. Motorola, Intermec, Honeywell and Zebra are major hardware suppliers that Quest Solution uses in their systems.
About Amerigo Energy, Inc.
Amerigo Energy’s strategy has developed into leveraging management’s relationships in the business world for investments for the Company. The Company intends on continuing with its acquisition and holding strategy of existing companies with revenues and positive cash flow.
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