Mike Slattery, the man behind the establishment of Tekvox, realized that there is great need for audio/visual solutions among schools and companies. To deal with this growing dilemma, Slattery came up with a cost-effective plus “easy to install” and “easy to maintain” A/V applications.
To better serve its clients as well prospects, Tekvox continues to pursue its mission. The startup company secured $510,000 funding from 13 financiers. The data was according to the file issued by Tekvox CEO Jim Reinhart. However, the names of investors as well as the company’s range of revenue were not disclosed on the SEC filing.