Cable Technology Feature Article
March 16, 2009
CableOrganizer.com Intros Cost-Effective Split Wire Loom Product
By Michael Dinan, TMCnet Editor
A Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based provider of cable and wire management products and services is hailing a new solution as a cost-effective and attractive way for consumers and businesses to organize and protect their electrical leads.
Officials at CableOrganizer.com, Inc. say their so-called “split wire loom” (pictured below) is a good way to rid a home or office of unseemly “wire octopuses” behind TV sets, computer stations and other places.
Flexible and durable, the product’s corrugated tubing has a slit down the side that’s designed to accommodate multi-cable bundles, company officials say.
“Split wire loom corrugated tubing is ideal for wrapping up cables and organizing them into a neat package,” the company says. “Instead of multiple tangled wires and cables, wire loom users benefit from one neat, orderly, safe and aesthetically pleasing cable bundle. It is very light in weight, has excellent flexibility and provides protection from abrasion, puncture, vibration and friction. It also protects against heat, sunlight, water, snow, ice, salt, and automotive fluids.”
Though it may seem like a small thing, the company’s product may be hitting the market at an ideal time – especially for businesses, as the slower economy puts a premium on outward appearances.
As TMC President Rich Tehrani (News - Alert) writes in a recent blog post, companies that invest in those appearances – whether it’s through marketing or something else – are generally the ones that seem to survive and then accelerate out of economic slowdowns.
“Every person around the world is looking to cut costs it seems,” Tehrani writes. “In turn, every business needs to ensure their current and existing customers don’t cut them. So remember, in this environment, the people who make purchasing decisions will look to purchase from companies they deem stable. How do they determine stability? Through outward appearance.”
And small cosmetic appearances at an office – where, say, a client is coming to visit – can go a long way. CableOrganizer.com’s (News - Alert) split wire loom solution won’t break the bank either – even for a large office. The product starts at just 65 cents per foot.
Take a look at this before shot:
And this after shot:
And CableOrganizer.com has large clients that clearly care about their own outward appearances. Customers include NASA, Boeing, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft Corp., Pfizer, Wal-Mart, Kodak, Lockheed Martin (News - Alert) and Wells Fargo.
Officials at the Florida company – whose European offices are headquartered in France – say the product comes in 11 sizes available to suit any application, can protect wires and cables from heat of up to 200 degrees, and comes in a variety of colors to match the look and feel of any office or room:
“CableOrganizer.com offers around-the-clock, single-point access to the most complete selection of products that serve to manage cable, wire, hardware and other home or remote office equipment,” company officials say. “They can be reached directly through their Web site at http://CableOrganizer.com or via toll-free telephone at 1-866-222-0030.”
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Michael Dinan is a contributing editor for TMCnet, covering news in the IP communications, call center and customer relationship management industries. To read more of Michael's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Michael Dinan