Time Warner Business Cable Business Class, a division of Time Warner Cable, has hooked up with Maximus Multimedia International to offer its data and video services to hotels in Texas.

The reciprocal marketing agreement pairs the data and video services in Time Warner Cable’s Texas footprint with Maximus’ on-demand service. Maximus is a hospitality media network provider of in-room information and entertainment on-demand systems.

The goal of the TWCBC / Maximus agreement is to offer travelers the same level quality media experience that they receive in their home.

"Time Warner Cable Business Class is delivering the most value and convenience to our hotel and hospitality customers across our Texas footprint," said David Roon, commercial sales vice president for TWCBC in Texas. "In addition to our full suite of business solutions including telephone, Internet and video services we're now able to deliver even more to our customers with video on demand provided by Maximus.”

About Time Warner Cable Business Class:
Time Warner Cable Business Class, provides services to small-and medium-sized businesses and enterprise-sized companies. It was founded in 1998. Currently, it serves more than 280,000 business customers in Time Warner Cable's 23 divisions.

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