AccessKey IP Inc. (AKYI.OB) and Subsidiary Analyzes Current Position to Capitalize on New Sales Opportunities from CES

on January 14 2010 5:53 AM

AccessKey IP, Inc., a developer, designer and producer of advanced entertainment, communications, and security devices, and its wholly owned subsidiary, TeknoCreations, today evaluated its business partnerships and networking possibilities to assure future sustainability and develop new sales avenues. The new opportunities were discovered at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show where AccessKey and its subsidiary attended various related meetings with key companies.

“We met with a host of Domestic Rep Firms and Distributors as well as potential customers,” stated TeknoCreations Vice President Sales and Marketing, Howard Borenstein. “The primary focus was to introduce TeknoCreations and its product line as well as to setup a national sales team comprised of numerous sales representative groups. Our international focus through firms such as BlueVision, PinPoint Consumer Electronics, and Conexus PTY Limited will make us a global player in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, as well as parts of Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.”

“Meeting attendees were impressed by our wide array of protection cases and power infusing combination products,” he continued. “These include: TeknoCreations TekCase line for the iPhone, Net Books, and Nintendo’s DSi and DS Lite products. Additionally we showcased our InCharge for Wii and Xbox as well as our Wireless Multiplatform Keyboard. Although there are now several knockoffs of our inductive charging solution, our technology and use of Lithium Polymer batteries continues to support our InCharge products.”

“Lastly, we presented the mighty TeknoVault,” said Borenstein. “This amazing product is a computer security application second to none in the market today. It secures drives and outlook e-mails rendering such classified files invisible and inaccessible to unauthorized eyes, and was met with much enthusiasm.”

Bruce Palmer, Company President, commented, “CES gave us an opportunity to re-invent ourselves and re-introduce our products to existing and new customers. I am very pleased with the results from the show and impressed with Howard, who having only been with the company for a couple of weeks had excellent knowledge of both the architecture, features and usage of our products and proprietary technology. His professionalism and industry standing will be of great benefit to TeknoCreations.”