DirectView Holdings (OTCMKTS: DIRV) Reveals Revenue for and Redesign Plans

DirectView Holdings (OTCMKTS: DIRV), a fast-growing provider of security, surveillance, video, and teleconferencing, soared 90% on April 2nd, 2018, following a revealing March 28th press release on the Company's e-commerce website,

ApexCCTV is a nationally recognized retailer of video/audio surveillance and access control solutions. ApexCCTV has a team of seasoned executives, technical sales representatives, customer service and engineering staff with expertise in security, surveillance, performance computing, and networking. The e-retailer has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

The ApexCCTV e-retailer has proven to be a valuable asset for DirectView Holdings. In the official press release, Roger Ralston, DirectView CEO, stated: " generated over $10 million since its inception, and approximately $2.7 million in revenue in 2016 alone.

DirectView Holdings (OTCMKTS: DIRV) is planning on making the ApexCCTV website even better with a comprehensive overhaul.  DirectView believes that an investment in this redesign will unlock additional growth potential for this important aspect of its business. DirectView is confident that, once complete, the overhaul can expand its customer base, attract new product suppliers, grow revenue and build lasting value for its shareholders.

The relaunch of ApexCCTV should greatly support the continued growth DirectView has experienced from its subsidiary's significant corporate contracts (i.e. Nationwide Apparel Retailer, and Global Food Company).

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