Ergo In Demand Makes Internet Retailer's Top 500 List

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Privately-owned Ergo In Demand, top online source for office products and monitor mounting solutions, gains recognition from Internet Retailer as one of its top 500 online retailers.

Our success stems from our willingness to change and adapt, always with our customers' best interests in mind. No part of our business is static. We're out to find the very best way to do what we do.

This year, privately-owned Ergo In Demand (EID) ( elevated itself to a new level of success with its inclusion in Internet Retailer's Top 500 Guide. EID scored 479th in an overall ranking and a very impressive 16th in the office supply category. Internet Retailer's definitive ranking and analysis of America's 500 largest e-retailers is based on annual 2007 Internet sales, researched by Internet Retailer and confirmed by retailers. This report includes company financial, operational and performance data, as well as vendors in 18 key categories.

EID, which focuses on providing an industry-leading selection of creative mounting solutions for LCD and plasma televisions as well as computer monitors, has diversified its product base to include a broad array of functional, cost-effective and ergonomic office equipment including filing and storage solutions, computer furniture, boards and easels and, most recently, office chairs and seating.

Marketing Manager Chad Goldsmith says, "Of course these sorts of results don't happen by accident. We continue to focus on solid site design principles including substantial content for each product and providing the industry's best customer service. By staffing and training knowledgeable product experts, we ensure that when you call our company, you'll speak to someone who has experience with the product and installation, not a call center employee." Goldsmith also cites growth in a number of areas, especially upgrades to the company's technology infrastructure for EID's continuing growth.

Ergo In Demand General Manager Web Beeman adds, "Our success stems from our willingness to change and adapt, always with our customers' best interests in mind. No part of our business is static. We're out to find the very best way to do what we do."

"Owner Peter Scholom says, "We would like to thank all of our valued customers, vendors and our dedicated employees for helping us attain this significant achievement."

About Internet Retailer
Published by Chicago-based Vertical Web Media LLC, Internet Retailer is a monthly national business magazine, web site conference and directory that serve the retailing community. The Internet Retailer family of products focuses on the Internet's vital role in a wide array of retailing activities, including web merchandising, supply chain management and multi-channel integration. Its 40,000+ subscribers are senior executives primarily from retail chains, independent stores, catalogs, virtual merchants and brand name manufacturers. Internet Retailer's circulation represents the largest multi-channel readership base of any retailing magazine. The magazine also publishes the most widely read e-mail newsletter in retailing IRNewsLink which is distributed twice-weekly to 35,000 opt-in subscribers, operates the largest retailing information web site,, sponsors the largest conference in the e-retailing industry and publishes an annual ranking of the 500 largest web sites.

About Ergo In Demand
Founded in 2000 by Peter Scholom, Ergo In Demand is a worldwide leader and innovator in unique and ergonomic office furniture and computer and television mounting solutions. Located in Central Point, Oregon, Ergo In Demand supplies a broad range of customers including Fortune 500 companies, small and medium businesses, government and educational institutions, financial services companies, manufacturers, media, health services and home office users. Ergo In Demand prides itself on staffing knowledgeable product experts to assist businesses and consumers with their purchasing needs including custom solutions. For more information, visit


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