Monthly Archives: April 2015

New Cannabis Industry Testing Standards May Open Big Opportunities for GTSO

April 30, 2015

Green Technology Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: GTSO) continues work to bring its new cannabis testing laboratory online in Colorado as demand rises within the industry for improved, standardized testing methodology.

“There remains an enormous variance in testing results from lab to lab in Colorado, making it difficult for growers and retailers to know who to trust,” said GTSO CEO Wallace W. Browne. “We are working to establish a cutting-edge new laboratory capable of delivering consistent testing results that are transparent, sensible and reproducible.”

Cannabis is not yet recognized on a federal level, so there are no standards for product testing established by the FDA. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and Marijuana Enforcement Division (MDE) regulate testing in the state. In March, legislation was introduced that would create statewide laboratory standards for the state’s 18 pot-testing labs.

Discrepancies between state-approved labs, however, have opened what GTSO believes could be a multi-million-dollar market opportunity there.

“The cannabis industry is only just now maturing to the point that patients are demanding to know exactly what they’re putting in their bodies,” Browne said. “Edibles, especially, are currently all over the map with regard to potency. We are building a facility now that we hope will soon make us a trusted name in the industry.”

In order to capitalize on the rising demand in Colorado for cannabis testing services, GTSO is seeking out a new permanent location for the Class 5 clean room it acquired last month. The clean room is a germ- and pest-free environment where GTSO can reliably test cannabis products for contamination, potency and breeding, among other measurable attributes.

By establishing a working lab in Colorado capable of testing and demonstrating cutting-edge cannabis products, GTSO expects to help the growing number of cannabis professionals in the U.S. refine their offerings and guarantee product purity and consistency to their customers. The clean room was acquired without a commitment for lease, which was a key consideration for making the deal.

ASCC Submits RWB Vodka Product Codes for Canadian Registration

In its continuing efforts to expand its brand marketing internationally, the Aristocrat Group Corp. (OTCBB: ASCC) announced today that the company submitted for registration product codes for its RWB Handcrafted Ultra-Premium Vodka products to begin selling the distilled spirit in British Columbia.

ASCC has targeted Canada for expansion for some time. There, vodka is the most popular distilled spirit in the country. Industry association Spirits Canada announced that vodka surpassed whiskey as the largest volume category in 2010. As one of the world’s top markets for vodka, Canada represents a crucial North American expansion target as ASCC works to build its brands beyond the United States.

“We’ve been in talks with Canadian distributors about supplying RWB Vodka north of the border for months,” said ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz. “Submitting these UPCs is the next step toward putting bottles on store shelves there. It’s is a big step for our company, and we’re very excited to make it happen.”

ASCC is making plans for dramatic growth in 2015 behind the continued success of RWB as well as a closely guarded new product that the company expects to debut this spring. Last week, ASCC announced that it was seeking out expanded warehouse space and additional fleet vehicles to help satisfy growing demand for its spirit brands.

RWB Handcrafted Ultra-Premium Vodka is already available at hundreds of retail locations and online. Soon, the company hopes to boost its business dramatically by unveiling a new brand this spring poised to offer consumers an unprecedented level of convenience—creating a whole new market segment in the process.

Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) Design Innovation & Manufacturing Expertise Drive Growing Presence in Battery, Oil & Gas Chemical Injection System Markets

Galenfeha has a dual focus on battery technologies and chemical injection pump systems for the oil and gas sector. The company currently maintains a strong presence in the stored energy sector, where GLFH has been providing the burgeoning golf cart and NEV (neighborhood electric vehicle) market with a battery that enhances one of the major growth factors for the industry, the eco-friendly features such short-range EVs offer, via their Lithium iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery. The company’s 40AH and “powerhouse” 120AH 12V LiFePO4 batteries represent a sea-change in an industry that has been dominated by lead-acid batteries for decades. These units provide a light weight replacement to existing batteries and come equipped with an advanced proprietary BMS (battery management system), which closely monitors temperature and other operating parameters, while protecting the cells from overcharge.

By being compatible with stock OEM charging systems and yet providing a 70 percent lighter battery, with improved physical maintenance and re-charge management characteristics, Galenfeha’s design has helped heighten the environmentally-friendly draw of the platform itself considerably. Making golf carts and NEVs even more appealing to the core real estate, hotel and golf course segments of the roughly $524 million domestic market (IBISWorld) for such vehicles. Revenue growth for the golf cart/NEV market is forecast to handsomely outpace U.S. GDP growth over the next five years at an annualized rate of 4.3 percent and Transparency Market Research’s analysis out last month indicates that during this same time period, the global market for NEVs will also accelerate.

Galenfeha’s batteries require no water, no gas is built up during use (as with lead-acid batteries), the unit confers a 25% demand reduction to the motor, and the company’s proprietary BMS is designed specifically for this platform, allowing 10 percent lower discharge rates during dormancy and eliminating the risk of sulfation (which occurs when a lead-acid battery isn’t at full charge), or the state-of-charge degradation commonly experienced after the end of the golf season when units get stowed away. The company’s LiFePo4 batteries reinforce Galenfeha’s commitment to delivering product development, engineering and manufacturing solutions that are both economical and environmentally friendly, bringing the kind of robust voltage and current throughputs which are vital to today’s state-of-the-art golf carts and NEVs. These units offer up to a 40 percent increase to the amount of directly usable and stable voltage in testing under the performance curve typical of demanding 18-hole Echelon level, classic Rees Jones-design golf courses. Such courses draw on the inspiration of both historical Scottish courses like St. Andrews and the legendary masterworks of American course design, representing a challenging continuous work load for carts that must traverse them.

Shortly after Galenfeha’s acquisition of Daylight Pump, LLC late last month, the company announced they are migrating production of Daylight’s revolutionary cost-saving and environmental impact-delimiting chemical injection pump system for the oil and gas industry, the iWaV, to the company’s own manufacturing and distribution facility in Shreveport, Louisiana. This intelligent and innovative SCADA (supervisor control and data acquisition) chemical injection pump system is perfect for any size of operation, from remote stand-alone wildcats, to big operators with multiple sites, providing full-spectrum management and optimization of production controls through an easy to use interface, while also allowing for reduced chemical usage through significantly increased delivery accuracy.

The iWaV is a computer-controlled system that allows for two-way SCADA communication with the pumps, allowing operators to vary the chemical injection rate, remotely monitor chemical flow (optional in-line flow meter) and tank levels, as well as fully customize controls to meet their specific needs. This is a paradigm shift away from existing chemical injection package methods and further opens up the growing global chemical injection pump market, which is being driven in the oil and gas industry by increased demand for tighter water and waste water treatment (among other factors), to Galenfeha.

The global chemical injection pump market is estimated as growing to around $4.1 billion by 2017 according to recent analysis by Research and Markets, experiencing a 5.3 percent CAGR as companies not only move to increase their overall logistical capacity, but move to make increased investments in modernizing infrastructure as well. With a U.S. chemical injection market running at around $1 billion, spurred on by continued development of abundant domestic shale reserves, Galenfeha’s new iWaV system, one of the most accurate chemical injection pumps available in the oil and gas sector today, will no doubt see increasing demand from domestic producers seeking to increase their injection accuracy, reduce cost and waste, and also significantly reduce overall site contamination in the process.

With WTI crude currently trading back up over $59 a barrel ($66 for Brent), the iWaV will likely continue to find abundant consumers both at home and abroad, and this new system adds mightily to Galenfeha’s already established presence in the market via their innovative DLP-P Pneumatic Chemical Injection Pump and DLP-S Solar Powered Chemical Injection Pump systems. The DLP-P for instance, which combines the rate precision of the company’s proprietary solar powered digital control system, with the robustness of a pneumatic pump, allows for on-board stroke and rate control accuracy that delivers plunger size-specific rates ranging from only a few pints a day, to over 60 gallons a day, all without the need to manually adjust a needle valve or turn a bolt.

The DLP-S is similarly innovative, utilizing UHMW (ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene) seal technology that eliminates the guess work of trying to match seal type with chemical type. The system is also designed from the ground up to isolate chemicals from the motor housing, while also allowing easy access to the fluid end and pump housing, making installation and maintenance of this endurance-built pump much easier than existing solutions.

Galenfeha continues to be at the forefront of design and manufacturing in their stored energy division, as well as their oil and gas division, offering sector operators solutions that not only reduce cost, but reduce environmental impact.

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Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide (QTWW) to Exhibit at the 2015 Alternative Clean Transportation (“ACT”) Expo

Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, a leader in natural gas storage systems, vehicle integration and vehicle system technologies, announced today that the company will showcase its industry leading, light-weight CNG fuel storage systems at the 2015 ACT Expo in Dallas, Texas, from May 4 through May 7, 2015.

Quantum will be exhibiting its recently released next generation Q-Cab LITE™, a back-of-cab mounted system for heavy duty truck applications that integrates three of Quantum’s large diameter tanks, and its next generation Q-Rail LITE™, a frame rail mounted system for medium and heavy duty truck applications. Quantum will have these fuel modules and a Freightiner Cascadia Truck featuring a Q-Cab LITE™ storage system in its booth number 1527. Additionally, Kenworth will be exhibiting Quantum’s next generation Q-Cab LITE™ at the Kenworth Truck Company’s booth number 555.

“Based on Quantum’s exceptional history with OEM level system design, we have taken our industry leading Q-Cab LITE and Q-Rail LITE product lines and made them even better, incorporating lighter weight materials and design characteristics that create greater technological and product leadership. The market is looking for a wide range of CNG fuel modules that meet rigorous design criteria, testing and quality standards,” stated Brian Olson, President and CEO of Quantum. “In addition to developing a next generation product line, we have also instituted industry leading methodology of testing new system modules, and throughout the past several months have expanded our service and warranty network,” concluded Mr. Olson.

The ACT Expo is North America’s largest clean fleet show representing electric, hybrid, hydrogen, natural gas, propane autogas, and renewable fuels.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) – Partnering & Expanding Globally

April 29, 2015

Consorteum Holdings is focused on transaction processing via its suite of mobile offerings, delivery of mobile content, mobile payments solutions and products and through a mix of on-deck partnerships, license agreements and joint venture revenue share arrangements.

Consorteum’s development subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine (TFN), entered into an agreement with Bet Clearer last year to develop a mobile application for its web-based betting concierge service.

Bet Clearer is parent company to Bet Butler, a global, technology-driven bet broking service that serves as an intermediary between bettors and bookmakers. A UK-based company with a license from the UK Gambling Commission, Bet Butler is both a betting concierge service and odds comparison site. Through its branded software and high-level bet placement and account management system, the company’s clients only need one account to cover the world’s leading bookmakers and to manage all of their betting activities.

After evaluating numerous mobile solution candidates, Bet Clearer made the decision to partner with TFN based on the ability of the latter’s new cloud-based computing platform to deliver Bet Clearer’s core services to any mobile device.

According to the terms of the TFN-Bet Clearer agreement, TFN will take ownership of developing a mobile version of Bet Clearer’s world-class service. Once developed, this mobile version will allow Bet Clearer’s clients to place a bet from the bookmaker with the best prices. The solution would also automatically detect the client’s location, and deliver services only in completely legal and regulated locations.

In accordance with the agreement, TFN will also port the current Bet Clearer mobile solution onto its mobile platform. The TFN hybrid mobile platform facilitates secure, economical delivery of mobile content across a wide range of mobile devices. TFN simplifies the delivery of a rich mobile experience to the end user by addressing compliance, administration and distribution of mobile content to any handset. The overarching goal is to reduce the complexities of the mobile world and simplify the publishing of digital content.

The TFN-Bet Clearer partnership lays the foundation for many more exciting rollouts. TFN is excited to initiate the launch in the UK and to provide Bet Clearer’s customers with the convenience and security that its mobile platform provides.

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Zenosense Inc. (ZENO) Virus Detection Devices to be Time, Money and Life Savers

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a resistant form of bacteria that stakes an infamous claim to causing infection in a variety of areas on the human body. Commonly, MRSA manifests itself in the form of boils, sores or abscesses. The MRSA bacteria is unique among staph infections because it is resistant to today’s pervasively prescribed forms of antibiotics. MRSA skin infections occupy an extenuating range from elementary to life-threatening. Due to being knowns as unpredictable and difficult to treat, MRSA is widely referred to in clinical circles as a “Superbug.”

MRSA in the form of skin rashes spreads through the resistant bacteria entering the body. While staph is common, it can cause infection when it gets into the blood via cut in the skin. This form of bacteria has evolved through generations as cultures have over prescribed and subsequently overused antibiotics to treat common colds, viruses and influenza (the flu). Even when antibiotics are appropriately used to treat bacterial infections, they cause bacteria to adjust, making them more resistant. With the MRSA constantly changing, it complicates the task for researchers to develop antibiotics that will effectively fight it.

The symptoms of MRSA found on the skin are commonly red and swollen. These infections can also look like pimples or spider bites and are pus-filled. Left untreated, infection can spread to the blood. As the infected blood moves through the body, infection of the joints, bones, heart valves and lungs can occur and result in organ failure. Other symptoms come in the form of chills, fever and cough. Patients with weak immune systems, those who live and work in care centers, such as day care centers, jails, and retirement homes are at particular risk.

Zenosense Inc. (OTCQB: ZENO) holds an exclusive global license agreement for developing and marketing medical devices within hospitals and primary healthcare facilities. The company’s devices target the early detection of both deadly bacteria like MRSA and some cancers through detection within a person’s breath. Two devices are currently being developed. One is a device intended to detect the MRSA “Super-Bug” and the other is intended to detect Lung Cancer. Through the commonly used Electronic Nose technology platform, the ZENO devices are being designed to detect volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) present in the exhaled breath of patients.

Company experts in the fields of nanotechnology, sensors, high-level mathematics, molecular biology and biochemistry are currently engaged in work necessary for product development.

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OMVS Develops New Tools to Pull Freight Industry Into Wireless Age

April 28, 2015

Advances in technology have the U.S. trucking industry on the cusp of an online revolution, and On the Move Systems Corp. (OTCBB:OMVS) is developing new tools to lead the charge. One of these tools arrives at a time when a rising number of carriers are looking to expand connectivity with high-tech processes for the 21st Century in an effort to reduce a national driver shortage.

OMVS’ upcoming on-demand, app-based freight platform will wirelessly connect carriers with local, readied, independent truckers, offering small enterprises the chance to market their services and expand their network. The platform is set to take hold of national interest in sharing economy services, sales of which are expected to grow to $335 billion by 2025.

“Transferring this concept to freight is the next step,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “Widening a network of truckers to meet carrier needs will have a huge economic impact on how we look at shipping. With our on-demand freight service, truckers and brokers will make the most efficient use of their assets, leading to less overhead costs and more money in their pocket.”

OMVS has many additional exciting plans for the future, as explained in an open letter to shareholders from CEO Wilson. It is currently growing its roster of local freight carriers to join its network and is in talks with software developers to properly prepare for the huge interest in the revolutionary platform, as the technology will allow the company to compete alongside Con-way Freight (NYSE: CNW), SAIA Inc. (NASDAQ: SAIA) and Old Dominion Freight Lines (NASDAQ: ODFL).

One World Holdings, Inc.’s (OWOO) Doll Line Shows Same Potential as Original Barbie

In the spring of 1959, Mattel, Inc. launched its Barbie™ doll at the American International Toy Fair in New York. Within the first year of production the toy maker sold roughly 350,000 dolls, and the company estimates more than 1 billion dolls have been sold in more than 150 countries, making Barbie one of the hottest toys on the market.

While demand for Barbie and dolls in general remains strong, a new consumer demand for multi-cultural diversity in the toy industry is taking flight. America is a melting pot of ethnicities and interests, and former Mattel project designer Stacy McBride Irby is making sure today’s doll industry represents this diversity.

McBride Irby co-founded The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, as a company focused on making a significant cultural impact in the doll category. Like Barbie, The One World Doll Project’s Prettie Girls!™ line of multi-cultural dolls debuted at the well-known Toy Fair and has rapidly grown its market presence.

The One World Doll Project is endorsed by renowned doll designer Robert Tonner and has secured distribution deals with H-E-B,® and Walmart. In February the company announced it has received its first order from, catapulting the Prettie Girls! line onto the global toy scene.

In partnership with Tonner, The One World Doll Project is also producing 16-inch Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls to cater to a younger yet significant consumer demographic. In support of this and broader initiatives, The One World Doll Project recently secured the capital needed for the nation-wide rollout of its doll lines into big box retail stores.

Backed by its distribution network and aggressive expansion strategy, The One World Doll Project in February said it expects 2015 sales to exceed $1.1 million, an exponential increase in sales revenue since the Prettie Girls! line was first launched in fiscal 2013.

To fulfill this projection, the company plans on expanding distribution through brick and mortar retailers as well as online, growing direct-to-consumer business, specialty retail, licensing and merchandising.

By recognizing and catering to the various ethnicities and races here in the United States and beyond, The One World Doll Project’s Prettie Girlis! dolls appear to have the potential to reach the same caliber of consumer acceptance as Mattel’s 56-year old Barbie doll.

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GTSO Engineers New Solutions as Cannabis Industry’s Focus Shifts to Regulation

As new legislation continues to sweep the country, the focus of the nascent cannabis movement in the U.S. is shifting from legalization to sensible regulation. Green Technology Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB:GTSO) is making plans to capitalize by bringing new solutions to market designed to help cannabis growers and retailers to comply with new standards.

“The big theme in many conversations we had at Cannabis Cup Denver was the challenges that industry professionals face regarding compliance with evolving regulations,” said GTSO CEO Wallace W. Browne. “Particularly, a major focus has been placed on improving transparency with regard to edibles and on preventing crop contamination. Our market strategy has been developed to address these serious issues.”

Colorado, the new frontier for U.S. cannabis regulation, recently gave the green light to the first laboratory certified to begin testing cannabis products for contaminants. Once enough retail labs are certified, cannabis edibles products will start being tested like any other food product. At that point, the state will require the labs to test for E. coli, Salmonella, and three types of mold.

In order to capitalize on the rising demand in Colorado for cannabis testing services, GTSO is seeking out a new permanent location for the Class 5 clean room it acquired last month. By establishing a working lab in Colorado capable of testing and demonstrating cutting-edge cannabis products, GTSO expects to help the growing number of cannabis professionals in the U.S. refine their offerings and guarantee product purity and consistency to their customers.

ASCC Explores International Distribution in Select Markets

The Aristocrat Group Corp. (OTCBB:ASCC) will begin drafting plans for a possible international expansion in the distribution of its signature brand, RWB Handcrafted Ultra-Premium Vodka, following productive business meetings in Canada this month.

Vodka is the most popular distilled spirit in Canada. Industry association Spirits Canada announced that vodka surpassed whiskey as the largest volume category in 2010. As one of the world’s top markets for vodka, Canada represents a crucial North American expansion target as ASCC works to build its brands beyond the United States.

“We have engaged multiple Canadian distributors about the possibility of bringing RWB Vodka and other spirits to Canada,” said ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz. “We are getting some strong interest based on the impressive growth of the brand over the past couple of years. The buzz about RWB Vodka has been building, and now it can be heard as far north as Montreal and Vancouver.”

ASCC is making plans for dramatic growth in 2015 behind the continued success of RWB as well as a closely guarded new product that the company expects to debut this spring. Last week, ASCC announced that it was seeking out expanded warehouse space and additional fleet vehicles to help satisfy growing demand for its spirit brands.

RWB Handcrafted Ultra-Premium Vodka is already available at hundreds of retail locations and online. Soon, the company hopes to boost its business dramatically by unveiling a new brand this spring poised to offer consumers an unprecedented level of convenience—creating a whole new market segment in the process.

Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. (PNOW) Ahead of the Game as Central American-Caribbean OTA Market Heats Up

The recent move by the U.S. to do away with travel bans to Cuba will no doubt accelerate an influx of dollars to already booming online travel sales for Latin America, which are expected to reach upwards of $30 billion within the next two years alone according to forecasts by Barclays. Indeed, many predictions indicate that Latin America will be the single global region leading all online travel sales growth over the next few years, with double digit growth far exceeding that of any other region. The historically unprecedented move by American Express (NYSE: AXP) and MasterCard (NYSE: MA) to process transactions located in Cuba and to allow their credit cards to be used in the country should act as a major springboard for overall Latin American tourism.

Latin America’s online travel bookings were up 13 percent in 2013, with online travel agencies (OTAs) making up around 41 percent of the pie. On a broader scale, online travel bookings in general rose at three times the rate of overall travel spending, clearly showing how hot the OTA market is as a segment of the roughly $1.3 trillion global travel market. Online travel booking revenues rose 9.2 percent in 2013 (compared to only 3 percent growth in total travel spending) to around $402 billion according to analysis by PhoCusWright, taking up a third of all bookings. Moreover, relatively low online penetration within Latin America, where the market is still highly developing and fragmented, where independent hotel brands still largely dominate the playing field in key destinations, has created a major opportunity for innovative OTAs with specialized technologies and approaches to capturing this thriving market.

Ongoing consolidation in the OTA space, underscored by the recent activities of sector giant Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE), has created a perfect storm of opportunities for smaller intermediaries and innovators. The $270 million move by Expedia in March this year to take up a minority equity investment in regional leader, giving them access to Decolar’s hotel portfolio in Latin America and giving Decolar access to Expedia’s international hotel supply, is a prime example of the kinds of symbiotic relationships being formed within the industry over the juicy Latin American market. Expedia sees the broader online travel market as being on track for continued consolidation as well – hence their ongoing spending spree that started with the $280 million Travelocity acquisition back in 2013 and subsequent $1.6 billion play to acquire the third largest OTA in North America, Orbitz.

The move by OTA sector leader Expedia (which represents roughly 75 percent of the U.S. online travel market post the Orbitz acquisition) to rapidly expand their footprint in Latin America via the Decolar deal, is a welcome signal to smaller sector innovators focused on the Latin American market like Pure Hospitality Solutions (OTC: PNOW), a developer of proprietary technology, marketing solutions and branding services for hotel operators, condominium owners, and other properties. The announcement by PNOW earlier this month that they joined the National Tourism Center of Costa Rica, giving their digital media-enabled internet booking engine Oveedia access to over 6k hotel lodging and vacation properties throughout the country, is the latest in a series of efforts by the company to capture market share in this much sought after region.

The Oveedia platform is being designed to provide hotels, resorts and vacation properties with a comprehensive means of managing and listing their portfolio of offerings at OTAs, with an internally and externally facing online booking and management system that is specifically geared towards the Central America-Caribbean market. The aforementioned National Tourism Center of Costa Rica and CANATUR (Costa Rica’s Chamber of Commerce) deal, which gives PNOW the ability to immediately canvas CANATUR member properties, follows fast on the heels of the company’s having exclusively signed their first property in the region under the Oveedia OTA, the largely underserved Tango Mar Beachfront Boutique Hotel & Villas. Tango Mar is a solid candidate example representing just one out of the 16k plus Central American-Caribbean hotels and vacation rentals which currently may not even be available within the global OTA space.

The Tango Mar announcement also comes just months after the January 2015 alignment by PNOW with global B2B travel marketplace operator Sabre Travel Network, which gave the company access to Sabre’s sprawling affiliate network of over 125k hotel properties, as well as over 400 airlines, 200 tour operators, 50 rail carriers, 16 cruise lines, and more than 25 car rental agencies. Sabre’s massive distribution system, associated traveler-empowering data-rich solutions and mobile-enabled platform, adds mightily to PNOW’s growing presence as a leading Central American-Caribbean focused OTA travel hub, giving the company a more stable footing in the broader travel space. The Sabre integration grants the Oveedia platform a unique opportunity to quickly branch out into new relationships and broaden its service offerings to Sabre’s considerable database of properties, giving the company a solid backdrop to their core focus on the CAC niche.

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Sibling Group Holdings, Inc.’s (SIBE) BSN Powers California High School’s Personalized Learning; Achieves A-G Certification


Sibling Group Holdings, a North Carolina-based educational technology company, today highlighted the mutually beneficial effects of its partnership with Mountain House High School, part of the Lammersville Unified School District in California.

Mountain House High School successfully used Sibling Group’s Blended Schools Network (BSN) curriculum and the Canvas Learning Management System to create and implement personalized custom curriculum pathways as the school’s official A-G curriculum. Throughout the curriculum planning process BSN provided Lammersville staff with consulting and extensive onsite and online training.

“The great thing about the Blended Schools Network curriculum is that it is completely modular and was the initial selling point for us. The curriculum is also Common Core and iNACOL aligned. We are now implementing our first summer school classes this year using the BSN curriculum,” Ben Fobert, principal at Mountain House High School stated in the news release.

Through this collaboration with Mountain House High School, BSN has achieved A-G certification for its high school courses, a vital certification required for any curriculum used in California. A-G designation means that any school in the California, the largest school system in the United States, can now partner with BSN to provide personalized and online learning.

Specifically, BSN helped Lammersville and the Mountain House High School meet their mission by providing key online elements that help ensure they succeed with:

• Student engagement: All classes have a fundamental commonality using Lammersville technology and BSN content to create student-centered classes that engage the student in learning. This comes in all forms from automated video lessons, to lab activities and formative assessments.

• Community outreach and communication: BSN worked closely with Mountain House staff to help communicate clearly with students and parents about what to expect and how to operate in a new kind of classroom.

• Differentiation: Mountain House High School has a large diversity of students both racially and economically. The course design focused on providing every student with the greatest path for success.

“Mountain House High School’s leadership was strategic about their adoption of our curriculum,” stated Jed Friedrichsen, Sibling Group chief academic officer and a BSN co-founder. “The professional learning plan for their staff created a transformational, personalized learning climate. Through our collaboration with Mountain House High School, Blended Schools Network has now successfully achieved A-G certification for our high school courses, which empowers us to provide engaging online courses for all secondary schools in the state of California.”

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Inventergy, Inc. (INVT) Expands Telecommunications Coverage with Newly Issued Data Transmission Enhancement Patent

Today, intellectual property licensing company Inventergy Global announced the strengthening of its presence in the global telecommunications industry with its new patent, US Patent Number 9,015,546 (4/21/2015). The patent is now part of the company’s substantial telecommunications portfolios acquired from Nokia, Panasonic and Huawei.

The newly issued ‘546 patent is titled “AUTOMATIC RETRANSMISSION REQUEST CONTROL SYSTEM AND RETRANSMISSION METHOD IN MIMO-OFDM SYSTEM,” and the covered technology helps improve data throughput performance. As an example, an invention described in the ‘546 patent enhances data throughput performance in various telecommunications systems by improving accuracy in the retransmission of signals and reducing the number of retransmission requests.

Joe Beyers, CEO of Inventergy, said, “The technology covered by the ‘546 patent provides further valuable advances in data throughput performance, a key for telecommunication service providers delivering ever-better service to their customers. Inventergy has developed processes to establish, maintain, and expand upon its IP portfolio. The addition of high quality, technologically relevant patents increases the value of the Company and its assets.”

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Inventergy Global, Inc. (INVT) Stands Tall in the Competitive World of Intellectual Property

In today’s corporate environment, the importance of understanding the true financial value of intellectual property (IP) can’t be overstated. To illustrate this point, one needs only to look at the value of these intangible assets as a component of the total market value of the S&P 500. According to a report from Ocean Tomo, approximately 80 percent of the total market value of these industry leaders has been made up of IP assets since 2005, and it’s shown little signs of decreasing. Inventergy Global, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVT), through the experience and expertise of its management team, is bringing a new way of thinking to this vital industry sector, ushering in a revolution for companies of all sizes.

Led by one of the world’s most recognizable IP innovators, Joe Beyers, Inventergy is working to help its clients determine and obtain the full value of their IP, leveling the playing field on an industry that’s become synonymous with backroom bullying and dirty deals over the years. By enlisting the services of Inventergy, clients can gain an ally in the IP world, negating issues that have plagued small companies for years in the IP world, such as a lack of internal resources, market savvy or connections.

Depending on the knowledge of Inventergy, companies can gain a sound value creation strategy for their assets with manageable levels of risk, which is absolutely vital to the growth efforts of companies in nearly every industry. According to Inc., some of the world’s largest innovators, including Google, Microsoft and Apple, have spent upwards of $18 billion diversifying and enriching their corporate IP portfolios in just the voice space, showing the massive importance of a well-developed IP strategy for companies of all sizes.

In the words of Abraham Lincoln, the patent system, and, indeed, IP in general, ‘added the fuel of interest to the fire of genius.’ With core competencies lying in the licensing and acquisition of this IP, it’s clear that the path for growth is expansive and promising for Inventergy in the years to come. As multi-billion dollar patent litigation deals continue to grab headlines, the value of more than 100 years of combined experience in the IP and technology industry should help Inventergy stand tall.

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Well Power, Inc.’s (WPWR) Novel Solution Converts Waste Gas into Clean Power

April 27, 2015

Through a licensing agreement with ME Resource Corp. (“MEC”), Houston-based Well Power has devised a plan to assist in the development of a solution to process otherwise wasted natural gas and produce engineered fuel and electrical power. The end result addresses one of the most challenging energy and environmental problems facing the world today.

Well Power has an exclusive license for MEC’s mobile and scalable Wellhead Micro-Refinery Units (MRUs) which process raw natural gas into liquid fuels and clean power. MEC’s solution simultaneously reduces CO2 emissions and creates revenue streams with minimal capital expenditure.

Each MRU is an assembly of proven commercial technologies with a proprietary micro-reactor system for hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions. According to Well Power’s description, this novel system is the key technology component which enables the MRU to be an economically viable and transportable solution.

The demand for such technology echoes global concern over the fact that approximately 150 billion cubic meters of natural gas are flared into the atmosphere each year, contributing 400 million metric tons of CO2-equivalent greenhouse gas emissions. These emissions are linked to environmental degradation as well as loss of livelihood and severe health issues for populations located around gas flaring wells.

With the right technology, Well Power believes significant gas flaring reduction can be achieved within the next five years. Flare reduction creates the opportunity to create value from a wasted resource while enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations. Success in these efforts will benefit local communities, provincial and national governments, and the global environment.

Upon final development, Well Power intends to market the MRUs to oil and gas producers and operators in the State of Texas and from there into other geographical areas. Development of the MRUs is ongoing, with the first fully developed product expected to occur this year.

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Mobile Lads Corp. (MOBO) Leverages M-commerce Transaction Strengths to Become Rising E-commerce Star with Acquisition

Mobile Lads, via its Xtreme Mobility division, already has a sizeable portfolio of market-ready, patented mobile transaction technologies at their disposal. From a real-time security service that renders authorization control to the user and helps eliminate fraud (xmVerify) and a mobile platform for reviewing and authorizing automated or volume billing transactions (xmBilling), to a comprehensive encrypted services platform that can handle everything from emergency notifications and payment processing, to account top-up and marketing (xmOne), MOBO has the capacity to design and deliver robust m-commerce transaction solutions for a wide range of operators in the consumer finance and payment processing industries.

Real-time fraud alert on the mobile device like the kind offered by MOBO, backed up by two-way verification, brings an unprecedented level of situational awareness and control to consumers. As smartphones and tablets continue to evolve into a preferred transaction vehicle, demand for the necessary software to facilitate security and authorization requirements will only increase. With 2015 on track to break last year’s record volumes of mobile platforms shipped, up 3.5 percent to some 1.943 billion units (a figure which is expected to grow another 5.76 percent by 2017 according to research firm Gartner), m-commerce will continue to steal more and more e-commerce market share from PCs, as well as raw retail sales volume, making the kinds of wide-area wireless transaction software solutions MOBO has to offer, indispensible for retailers and consumers alike.

In fact, Gartner also forecasts that by next year alone, some 89 percent of companies believe that customer experience will be their core focus when it comes to competition. This sea-change in the retail market (combined with a progressive shift away from brick and mortar), towards the complete dominance of customer experience, means that solutions like xmVerify, which puts all the power into the hands of the user, allowing them total control over their credit card payment authorizations by sending a confirmation request directly to the user’s mobile whenever a transaction is being made, will help to define a new paradigm in user-driven m-commerce. Solutions like xmBilling take this equation one step further, giving users a cheap but effective central command platform from which to observe, review and authorize all their automated billing requirements, eliminating the associated complexities of volume-based billing.

Gartner sees the customer experience trend resulting in up to half of all digital commerce revenue in the U.S. being m-commerce by as early as 2017, with software like mobile assistants growing to exclusively represent over $2 billion in online transactions by the end of next year, an estimate which further drives home the point that user experience and mobile engagement will increasingly define the nature of retail consumption. Goldman Sachs puts the 50 percent of e-commerce for m-commerce mark at 2018, when they project the space will hit around $626 billion. Either way, m-commerce is a rapidly rising star in the retail world and this rise is driving increasing demand mobile software that can deliver on improved user experience. Goldman Sachs’ projections are not incredible either; especially when one considers that last year m-commerce went from a long period of modest year-over-year gains in the mid-20s, to a 47 percent uptick during Q2. This growth smashed total discretionary retail and PC-based ecommerce by a mile, which did 3 percent and 10 percent growth rates respectively, according to data from 100 plus online retailers and 70 million consumers analyzed by Custora E-commerce Pulse.

Globally, the m-commerce market is projected as growing at a 32.23 percent CAGR from 2015 to 2019, according to Infiniti Research Limited, giving investors a wider angle on just how much growth outside the U.S. there still is in the cards. And with U.S. ecommerce of around $305 billion last year, up 15.7 percent compared to 2013 and expected to grow another 14.2 percent this year to around $349 billion (eMarketer), the recent move by MOBO, in which they bought up and began operating world-class online shopping network,, further enhances the company’s digital retail enabler footprint. Key media partnerships with the likes of Globe & Mail, Now Magazine and Tribune, in conjunction with numerous retail partnerships, including those with Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBOX), Macy’s (NYSE: M), Canon, (NYSE: CAJ), Banana Republic and Newegg, make MOBO’s Simbadeals platform an ecommerce site to be reckoned with.

Similar to Amazon’s (NASDAQ: AMZN), is a revenue-generating engine (MOBO takes 4 percent to 15 percent of sales). However, is unique in that it is heavily focused on brining consumers attractive savings deals of up to 80 percent or more off on select items from the best brands available, including deals on top end items in the fashion and beauty segment that consumers won’t find anywhere else. With a huge variety of over 30 million products sourced from 400 plus blue chip retailers available via the U.S. portal, will quickly become a major focus for MOBO, as the company moves to apply that same customer experience know-how they’ve brought to mobile transaction technologies, turning traffic into sales and increasing the site’s overall market penetration through improved customer experience.

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Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE) Prepares for Future Growth through Partnership in China


“We see the education landscape shifting from a knowledge-based system to a skills-based system,” stated Brian Oliver-Smith, Chief Executive Officer of Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: SIBE). “In this skills-based system, students need tools and solutions that help them develop skills to succeed both academically and professionally.”

It’s this way of thinking that inspired Sibling Group, through its Urban Planet Mobile™ (UPM) subsidiary, to create a means to power EssayCheck™, which is a tool for students to submit essays and receive immediate and accurate feedback of their work. In the first two weeks following its launch, the service was used by over 60,000 students, securing its position on the largest citation services website in the United Kingdom and Australia. The primary source of value for this tool, however, may be in other strategic international markets, particularly in the People’s Republic of China.

The growing Chinese market is developing into a key point of interest for Sibling Group, as well as the entire eLearning industry. With strategic partner Shenzhen Times recently providing an influx of capital into the expanding education company, it’s clear that the growth potential for Sibling Group is a promising prospect. Earlier this month, the company announced that it had received $5,500,000 in investments, as its Chinese partner exercised previously issued common stock warrants.

“This additional infusion of capital indicates that our Strategic Partner and Investor, Shenzhen Times, in confident in the future of Sibling Group,” continued Oliver-Smith.

Sibling Group’s ties to China could prove to be extremely valuable going forward. According to eLearning Industry, the Asian country is already the fourth largest buyer of mobile learning products and services, and, by 2017, it is expected to be the world leader. This comes as a direct result of the eLearning growth rate, which is currently estimated to be at 52 percent annually throughout China.

In order to capitalize on new resources, the need for improved learning mechanics is imperative. As the international market becomes more receptive to eLearning and Blended Learning techniques and practices, look for Sibling Group to continue establishing itself as a leader in the global education field. With a growing foothold in one of the fastest growing regions on the planet, the future appears to be bright for the company in the years to come.

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) is “One to Watch”

Galenfeha, Inc. is an engineering, product development, and manufacturing company that provides innovative solutions for oil and natural gas production, as well as stored energy products across a number of different industries. The company provides these products and services through its stored energy and oil & gas division.

Through its stored energy division, Galenfeha offers one of the most powerful, environmentally friendly battery systems in the market. The batteries have onboard computers, are inherently safe, internally temperature regulated, have optional GPS monitoring capabilities, offer significant weight reduction of up to 50%, and are engineered specifically for each type of application. Features include 100% “green” chemistry, RoHS compliancy, and active short circuit protection control.

Through its oil and gas division, the company offers chemical injection pumps that merge the perceived benefits of a hybrid, electric over pneumatic system. Galenfeha management believes the combination of the two parameter control systems represents a measurable shift in efficiency, reliability, cost management, and profitability to individual well locations as well as entire production fields. The combined technologies have demonstrated increased chemical injection accuracy, reducing chemical contamination in the production process while controlling cost and waste.

The company’s unwavering dedication is to continuously develop products that perform better than conventional solutions while also reducing environmental impact. Leveraging the management team’s wealth of resources and relationships, Galenfeha is well positioned for continued growth as the company aims to expand in both the stored energy and oil & gas industries.

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Car Monkeys Group (CKMY) Appoints Entrepreneurial Executive as COO

Car Monkeys has named Donald Varshine as its new chief operating officer, effective today. As a “visionary” executive with experience growing startup companies, Varshine will contribute his vast knowledge to help grow the Car Monkeys brand throughout North America.

Varshine was the founder, president and CEO of Integrated Global Logistics, a Top 100 logistics company with a proven track record in developing a productive environment with effective company growth and bottom line results. Prior to Integrated Global Logistics, Varshine co-founded Keystone Dedicated Logistics LLC. He has served on numerous boards and was also employed as a top executive for H. J. Heinz, MidlandRoss Corporation, Genlyte Light Corporation, and Thomas Industries.

Car Monkeys said it believes Varshine’s background in distribution network development will aid the company’s growth opportunities as well as enhance and promote customer satisfaction.

“We are delighted to attract a professional of Don’s caliber. He is an outstanding financial and operations executive with a proven record in managing growth companies. He has the background and expertise to help Car Monkeys Group develop and expand our business,” Mariusz Girt, president and CEO of Car Monkeys stated in the news release.

Car Monkeys is an online retailer of used auto parts. The company’s proprietary search and consolidation algorithm accounts for interchangeability to provide consumers with the greatest number of applicable product choices.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) ReadyOp Users Send 40M Radio Transmissions

Cleartronic today reported that ReadyOp™ users have sent more than 40 million radio transmissions, an achievement driven by increases in radio traffic and ReadyOp customers.

Cleartronic provides simple, flexible communications capabilities, including true interoperability for radio talk groups for personnel in multiple organizations. The ReadyOp platform, powered by Cleartronic’s wholly owned subsidiary ReadyOp Communications, Inc., supports daily operations and special event planning plus incident management, emergency response, recovery and continuity of operations (COOP).

“With our installed base of users in the United States and internationally, we now are seeing the radio traffic exceeding 100,000 transmissions daily,” Marc Moore, a director of Cleartronic and CEO of ReadyOp Communications stated in the news release. “This is solid proof of the strength and reliability of our ReadyOp communications platform and our patented radio to IP gateways. We are also seeing increased daily use of our ReadyOp DT smartphone application, especially by first responders and emergency operations personnel.”

Cleartronic and its subsidiaries own the patented radio over IP technology that enables true interoperability between radio talk groups regardless of frequency, manufacturer, location or device when using the ReadyOp DT application. ReadyOp’s secure, web-based structure is used by a growing list of federal, state and local government agencies, hospitals, schools and universities, ports and airports as well as corporations.

“We are pleased at the continuing growth and use of ReadyOp by our clients. The 40 million milestone for radio communications, plus the monthly growth in total text messages, alerts, emails and other voice communications provided by ReadyOp, shows that ReadyOp has become an integral part of our clients’ daily operations as well as their incident and emergency response plans,” said Larry Reid, president of Cleartronic.

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MIT Holding, Inc. (MITD) Achieves $1 Million Turnaround and Positive Net Income from Operations

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Today before the opening bell, MIT Holding proudly reported that it has achieved positive net income from operations in 2014.

Last week the company filed a Form 10-K with the SEC showing a net income from operations of $14,152 in 2014 compared to a net loss from operations of ($1,123,830) for the same period a year earlier. The company attributed this dramatic change to the company’s overall restructuring efforts and renewed focus on its in-home health recovery business.

“Our in-home health recovery business, which facilitates and assists patients from the time of their release from a hospital through to a full in-home recovery, is now in place,” commented Mr. Tommy Duncan, President of MIT Holding. “This was an area of significant focus in our restructuring efforts and which led to our financial turnaround in 2014. We look for continued growth in this business in 2015.”

Demand for low cost, high quality home care will only increase as payers realize up to 90% saving on infusion services performed in the home versus in the hospital. According to Harris Williams & Co, the United States home infusion market is $15.9 billion and is expected to reach $26.7 billion by 2020, resulting in a compound annual growth rate of 9.02% per year.

Mr. Duncan further commented, “Our target audience is focused on those needing infusion for recovery. Many infusion therapies cost more than $10,000 per patient, per year. Patients receiving treatment usually require special counseling and education regarding their condition and treatment. Retail pharmacies and other traditional distributors generally are designed to carry inventories of low cost, high volume products. Our platform is based on the delivery of these high cost, low volume specialty pharmaceuticals that have specialized handling and administration requirements.”

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Mobile Gaming Development Strategy Riding Crest of Explosive Market Growth

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Widespread reports continue to circulate indicating that US mobile game revenues for downloads and in-app purchases will continue to grow within the range of 16.5% in 2015 – approaching over $3 billion. Industry reporting icons such as Newzoo and eMarketer concur. The growth depicts mobile games accounting for 30.9% of the US mobile content market this year – a figure up from 29.3% in 2014.

US mobile game revenues are being driven by in-app purchases as a result of growing popularity of what developers are calling ‘freemium models.’ In 2015 in-app revenues for mobile games are expected to amount to $1.82 billion. This is analogous to 60% of all mobile game revenues.

Martin Utreras, senior forecasting analyst at eMarketer, has commented, “Since mobile content is native to the devices, it’s often new mobile users’ first introduction to mcommerce. As the US mobile user base matures, mobile content revenues are taking a smaller share of the overall mcommerce market as consumers become more comfortable buying physical retail items and making more expensive purchases from their devices.”

Consorteum Holdings has invested three years forming relationships and licensing agreements that serve to provide a foundation for the company’s niche in the mobile gaming market. As a result, CSRH is aided from those efforts and operates as a technology and services aggregator that delivers mobile content by way of its subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (“359”).

Utilizing technologically advanced global solutions, the company uses a wide variety of products and services to deliver turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions to its customer base. By working with numerous global technologies, Consorteum creates customized programs resulting in smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing that result in new revenue streams.

Consorteum uses the most technically advanced global solutions available today through its efforts utilizing multitude of global technologies. Today the company is able to create customized programs that are achieving favorable results. This approach enables unparalleled flexibility when sourcing solutions, resulting in smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing, and potential for new streams of revenue. Other Consortium core markets are mobile compliance gaming, sports, entertainment, financial institutions and healthcare.

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Sparta Commercial Services, Inc. (SRCO) Growth Based On Powerful Mix of Customized Mobile Apps, Vehicle History Data & Municipal Leasing

Sparta Commercial Services cut its teeth in the thriving powersports market, which is made up of vehicles like ATVs (all-terrain vehicles), motorcycles, PWCs (personal water craft), snowmobiles and UTVs (utility task vehicles), and the company brings this rich history of consumer and municipal financing experience with them into their current array of exploits. The UTV market has been showing solid performance in recent years, with a new sales record set in 2013 of over 353k units, representing 9% year-over-year growth according to Minneapolis-based global power equipment research firm Power Products Marketing. ATV sales also continued to grow last year, with roughly 0.5% growth in Q1 followed by sustained performance for the rest of the year, according to the latest Motorcycle Industry Council Flash Report. Performance in this relatively niche, but continually growing vehicle markets, makes the case clear that companies who serve these growth markets, like SRCO, will continue to find abundant opportunities for expansion.

SRCO maintains a growing Municipal Lease-Purchase Program that assists state jurisdictional agencies like law enforcement acquire the vehicles they need, from motorcycles and trucks, to specialty tactical vehicles, helping agencies maintain capacity while coping with budgetary restrictions by allowing them to pay the cost over time rather than via upfront lump sums. The company reported adding their 13th jurisdiction in North Carolina to this lease-purchase program late last year, as Wilson’s Mills joined Charlotte, Greenville, Raleigh, and nine other jurisdictions who enjoy taking advantage of SRCO’s economical equipment financing program.

The company also maintains a growing family of online tools and products via their Specialty Reports subsidiary, ranging from their vehicle history report platforms focused on motorcycles, recreational vehicles and automobiles/light trucks (Cyclechex, RVchex and CarVin respectively), to custom mobile apps for the dealership market. The company’s mobile apps division is perhaps one of the most compelling aspects to their overall operation, given their concerted efforts to provide dealers with highly-customized customer engagement apps, as well as the rapid proliferation of smartphones in recent years, and the current boom in the mobile app space.

With over 1.3 billion smartphones shipped worldwide in 2014 and the market petty clearly divided between Google (53.2% as of January) and Apple (41.3%) when it comes to the OS device OEM market share, there is a boom going on in the customized mobile app space. With the broader custom-built software market having grown at a CAGR of 33% since 2011 according to Forrester Research, up to $136 billion this year, the health of the overall custom software market is abundantly clear. Custom mobile apps alone account for some $14 billion of this market and consumers are increasingly turning to their cell phone service as their core data pipeline as well. A new report out by Pew Research Center this month indicates that 7% of Americans own a smartphone but have neither a traditional broadband service plan or home alternatives for using the web other than their cell. Add to this the fact that 64% of all U.S. adults now own a smartphone of some kind and you have a pretty clear picture of why more and more dealerships, especially small and growing ones, are turning to companies like SRCO to develop custom mobile apps that will improve customer engagement and overall traction with their target markets.

Whether it is bringing in new consumers and alerting them to deals or specials, keeping sales personnel in touch with customers, or sending out promotions and coupons to existing clientele, custom mobile apps have become an essential tool for the dealership industry. Mobile advertisement server Medialets’ data from 2014 says it all really, 58.2% of mobile ad impressions are from apps. As apps continue to dominate mobile traffic, with the vast majority of users spending all their time in these purpose-built environments, as opposed to the mobile web, the importance for dealerships and other retail locations to have a customized, branded mobile app will only increase further.

SRCO’s Specialty Mobile Apps provide dealers with a branded mobile storefront that can make the difference between increased sales and their competition getting that same traffic. These custom-built mobile apps also provide unique features like integrated vehicle history reports, thanks to SRCO’s considerable capabilities in this area. Moreover, the company’s custom dealer apps provide other winning features like tight social media integration, easily searchable/browseable photos and videos of the dealer’s vehicle inventory, and cutting-edge QR code generating and scanning capabilities, which are built in natively to SRCO’s revolutionary app engine.

Sparta Commercial Services also offers a more lightweight customized mobile app solution called iMobileApp, which allows even tiny dealers to play in the big leagues and execute a customized mobile app storefront at a fraction of the cost that would be required to successfully pull off a comparable presence via traditional and/or web-based marketing. In fact, iMobileApp has been one of SRCO’s fastest growing offerings, with numerous businesses piling on to use the platform, including outfits like schools, grocery stores, racetracks and other retailers, in addition to the platform’s core market consisting of vehicle dealerships.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Looks to Capitalize on Rising Communication Interoperability Demand with Access to ReadyOp Platform

The push for more connected communication standards is gaining steam, and it’s coming from the top: The Department of Homeland Security. Interoperability plans, which are designed to enhance communication between public safety and law officials, particularly during emergency situations, have caught the attention of the federal organization, which recently released a report highlighting the benefits of effective communication channels in quelling potentially dangerous situations. Cleartronic, Inc. (OTCQB: CLRI), through its ReadyOp Communications, Inc. subsidiary, is well-positioned to capitalize on the growing needs of unified communication systems by public service agencies around the country.

Through its newly expanded deal to market and sell the ReadyOp platform, Cleartronic has gained better access to a proven commodity in the communication industry. In a release from the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management of the State of Colorado, an official strongly endorsed ReadyOp as a cost-effective, easy-to-use and safe method to upgrade and expand notification capabilities for both stead-state and crisis-state operations. The report went on to list important aspects such as high levels of security, controlled access and automatic database backup as prominent features that set the ReadyOp platform apart from the competition.

By providing the means for personnel to quickly communicate via cell phone, push-to-talk (PTT), secure voice, radio, video, text message and email, ReadyOp unites tried-and-tested methods of communication with the latest technological advancements, and, with no new hardware or software required, it remains a viable option for cash-strapped local governments.

“The ReadyOp platform is now proven and in daily operational use by many agencies at all levels of government and internationally,” stated Marc Moore, Director of Cleartronic.

As the company continues to refine its marketing efforts to include local, state, national and international clients in multiple industries and government agencies, it appears that the sky is the limit for Cleartronic in terms of potential growth. Look for the company to expand its footprint in the vital communications interoperability market, which could spell big returns for shareholders in the coming years.

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