RiT’s Russian Distributor RiT CIS, an affiliate of RiT's controlling shareholder STINS COMAN, has reported difficulties in making payments due to the regional economic situation
Tel Aviv, Israel – February 11, 2016 – RiT Technologies (NASDAQ: RITT), a leading provider of Converged Infrastructure Management Solutions, announced today that RiT CIS Ltd., its major distributor in Russia and the CIS region, has encountered payment problems due to the current economic situation in that region.
As a result, RiT CIS has delayed the making of payments for products that the Company has already sold and delivered, thereby adversely impacting RiT’s current cash flow. The delay may also adversely impact the Company’s expected revenues from the region and its overall financial results.
"We are taking actions to mitigate the effects of this new situation and will update the market as to further significant developments," commented Yossi Ben Harosh, President and CEO of RiT Technologies Ltd.
About RiT Technologies
RiT Technologies (NASDAQ: RITT) is a leading provider of converged IT infrastructure management and connectivity solutions. RiT offers a platform that provides a unified way to manage converged systems and services to improve network utilization, streamline infrastructure operations, reduce network operation cost, optimize future investments and enhance data security.
RiT’s connectivity solution includes IIM - Intelligent Infrastructure Management, high performance end-to-end structured cabling solutions.
RiT Technologies’ subsidiary RiT Wireless Ltd. produces a range of optical wireless solutions under the Beamcaster brand, which provide high speed, highly secure data communications across indoor open spaces.
Deployed around the world in data centers, large corporations, government agencies, financial institutions, telecommunications, airport authorities, healthcare organizations and educational facilities. RiT’s shares are traded on the NASDAQ Capital Market under the symbol RITT.
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Yossi Ben Harosh, President and CEO