DIGIOP Insulates Customers from Global Hard Drive Crisis

Company will not be raising prices for products containing hard drives despite growing worldwide shortage.

Indianapolis, IN (December 8, 2011) - DIGIOP today announced that despite the growing worldwide shortage of hard drives resulting from the devastating floods in Thailand, the company will not be raising prices for products containing hard drives.

"Until producers are operating at full capacity, every company selling products that require hard drives will be challenged by both product availability and dramatic cost increases," says Rich Mellott, President of DIGIOP. "The DIGIOP product management team has taken the steps necessary to insulate our customers from major price disruptions or product shortages."

Mellott continued, "At this time, we have product on hand and ready to ship, and we are confident that DIGIOP will be able to meet the expected product needs of our customers for the foreseeable future."

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DIGIOP, Inc. is an agile software development company that provides intelligent integration of video and data. DIGIOP solutions provide real-time and recorded video-enhanced business intelligence for operations, marketing, and merchandising, and information technology groups. By combining the power of video with information from back-office systems, DIGIOP extends the value of video well beyond the traditional surveillance benefits of loss prevention, risk management, and security. A Microsoft Certified Partner, DIGIOP was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN. For more information about DIGIOP, please visit


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