FastTake, which utilizes Microsoft development tools, will be highlighted as an example of exceptional use of Microsoft products, according to David E.Y. Sarna, CEO of ObjectSoft. ``We are both honored and proud that Microsoft has selected FastTake for inclusion in its demonstrations at this prestigious conference,'' he says. ``FastTake represents the wave of the future -- an interactive product that benefits both consumers and business owners. ObjectSoft is also proud to be linked with Microsoft Corp. in this endeavor.''
FastTake is a retail selling tool that provides customers with the information required to make video purchasing and rental decisions, as well as transactions. For retailers, FastTake provides an affordable way to move inventory without an increase in workforce.
FastTake's user-friendly touch-screen allows consumers access to a database that searches a retailer's inventory by title, actor, director, rating or genre. If a selected video is out of stock, FastTake will suggest an alternative and, if idle for 30 seconds, an ``Attract Loop'' of the Top 20 video trailers will play on screen.
In addition, FastTake can offer reviews, provide plot summaries and hold up to 500 movie trailers.
Founded in 1990, ObjectSoft Corporation provides information and services through public access kiosks. The Company's products, SmartStreet and SmartSign kiosks, enable organizations to interact with the general public in high density pedestrian traffic areas. ObjectSoft is a publicly held company listed on Nasdaq. For more information on ObjectSoft, visit its website at http://www.objectsoftcorp.com.
This press release contains forward-looking statements concerning ObjectSoft that are subject to a number of known and unknown risks that could cause actual results, performance and achievements to differ materially from those described or implied in the forward-looking statements. Among such risks are those discussed in the Company's Registration Statement on Form SB-2 and its Quarterly Report on Form 10-QSB and include, but are not limited to, limited operating history. Recent establishment of new business divisions, dependence on new and untested products, risks related to technological factors and potential manufacturing difficulties.