WAVE Electronics has announced the opening of its eighth location and first in Florida. The new facility is in Deerfield Beach.
Thieves breaking into a Florida cell phone warehouse came away with a haul of nearly 8,000 cell phones - with a combined retail value of $1.5 million- on Sunday, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper reported. The burglars remain at large, and a $50,000 award (through Broward County Crimestoppers) has been posted for information leading to their arrest. The warehouse, Reagan Wireless in Deerfield Beach, Fla., distributes phones throughout the U.S. and Latin America. According to police who spoke with the newspaper, the thieves entered the 58,000 square-foot building by cutting a large hole in the back wall, and even used the company’s own
Storis Management Systems, the industry leader for business management systems, offers the most comprehensive technology solution available to retailers of all sizes. Based in Mt. Arlington, New Jersey, with a Research & Development office in Deerfield Beach, FL, Storis has been privately-held, self-funded, and fast growing since its inception in 1985. Today, STORIS automates over 3,000 retail locations worldwide, serving some of the industry’s most successful retail companies in the consumer electronics and appliances retail market. Storis clients include some of the top names in the appliance and electronics retail industry such as Intercounty Appliance Corp., DeSears Appliances & Home Entertainment, Rosa’s Home Stores,
By Janet Pinkerton MIAMI, Fla.—At one point early Saturday, July 21, the CompUSA Dadeland here was something of a convergence mosh pit: a happy crush of about a dozen Samsung executives, nearly as many CompUSA executives and employees, a handful of photographers, and the lucky winner of the day's drawing for a one of Samsung's 15.1-inch TFT LCD monitors. All this to celebrate the launch of Samsung's convergence-oriented store-in-store display inside CompUSA six Miami stores. Smiles and applause all around, then the CompUSA and Samsung executives settled in for a last round of questions before departing for golf games and flights home. A