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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) is a Fintech with a Future

June 2, 2016

The financial tech, or “fintech,” phenomenon is changing the landscape of financial services. Traditional ways of providing financial services such as making payments, accepting deposits, and lending and risk management are being abandoned as new channels, made possible by digital technology, are opened up.

Technological innovation hasn’t just given rise to a new type of institution, the fintech, but has affected the culture of establishment institutions. In a conversation (http://dtn.fm/egT2M) with Michael Bloomberg, founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP, Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein acknowledged that, “Goldman Sachs is a technology firm.” The same sentiment was expressed in JPMorgan Chase’s latest Annual Report, in which the bank’s COO, Matt Zames, proclaims, “We are a technology company.”

So too is Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC: ALYI), a company whose mission is to provide innovative solutions that facilitate and expedite commerce by enhancing customer experience and improving efficiency.

To do so, Alternet has transformed itself into an accelerator of high growth, emerging companies in the multi-channel payments, point-of-sale and data analytics fields. In April 2015, the company signed an agreement with R4 Technologies, LLC to market and promote R4’s purpose-built cloud platform for micro-segment data, insight and engagement to help brands leverage data and automate yield optimization. Alternet will collaborate with R4 across Latin America and the Caribbean. In May 2015, Alternet signed a commercial distribution software reseller agreement with Brazil-based APPI Tecnologia S/A. As a leading IT company, APPI specializes in the integration and development of technical solutions and software for the electronic transaction payment industry. Alternet will promote APPI’s unique, innovative, and efficient solutions in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean.

Alternet intends to deliver technology solutions to financial organizations that manage a wide range of payment channels, including development engines that extend the capabilities of processing across all capture devices. These include point-of-sale (POS), mobile phones, tablets, PCs and web-based applications. These solutions deliver channel specific abilities. Alternet will collaborate with leading manufacturers to deliver solutions that meet the needs of device and channel management. Growing demand from mobile point-of-sale terminals, along with increased emphasis on advanced analytics features, are significant factors for the growing demand for software in the point-of-sale terminals market.

Leading Alternet into the future is company chairman and CEO Henryk Dabrowski. Dabrowski has more than 25 years of experience creating, leading and successfully harvesting information technology and telecom ventures on a global basis. Over the last 10 years he has actively invested in both public and privately held companies. He has extensive experience in emerging financial transactions platforms, including mobile wallets, convergent payments schemes, network file systems (NFS), stored value and prepaid services. From October 2009 to March 2014, Dabrowski was chairman and CEO of Utiba Americas, a leading developer of mobile financial services software solutions, which through his efforts reached 66% market share in the Americas. Under his leadership, Utiba Americas successfully engaged projects with America Movil, Digicel Group, Tigo, Citibank and several other banks and Mobile Network Operators. Utiba Americas was successfully and profitably sold to Amdocs (NASDAQ: DOX) in March of 2014.

Before that, Dabrowski was CEO of a joint venture with the Chinese firm Tianjin Contactless Payment Systems (TCPS), which provided multiple NFS prepaid fare collections systems for the transportation industry in the Americas.

From February 2002 to December 2010, Dabrowski was chairman and CEO of TekVoice Communications, an international Voice over IP services and wholesale billing platform provider. During his tenure at TekVoice, Dabrowski built a highly successful network of international services, customers and partnerships in Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, El Salvador, Mexico, Honduras, Argentina and Haiti. And prior to that, Dabrowski held executive positions at RKM IT Solutions, a Latin American IT & telephony integrations solution provider, and Vox2Vox Communications, a global IP telephony and value added services provider.

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With Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (ALYI) Big Data Division, SMEs can make it to the Big Leagues

May 31, 2016

Michael Lewis’s Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game tells the heartwarming story of how the Oakland Athletics baseball team achieved success in spite of financial limitations. General Manager Billy Beane spurned the traditional approach to selection that relied mainly on the expertise of coaches and scouts and, instead, embraced the analytics of big data in an age when the term was still incubating. The rest, as the saying goes, is history. The Oakland Athletics’ budget of $40 million was the third-lowest in 2002, one-third of that of the top-placed New York Yankees with $120 million. Yet, the team made it to the playoffs in 2002 and again in 2003. Made into a 2011 movie starring Brad Pitt, this story dramatically illustrates the potency of ‘big data’. Now, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC: ALYI) is bringing these capabilities to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) after the launch of its Data Analytics Division. Now, SMEs have a chance to make it to the Big Leagues.

Back in 2002, the power of big data was recognized by only a prescient few. In a 2001 paper (http://dtn.fm/0zVZf), Douglas Laney, working for the META group, now Gartner, wrote of the “Three V’s” of Big Data, i.e., volume, variety and velocity. The first of these variables, volume, is multiplying exponentially. According to Statista, data volume of global consumer IP traffic from 2014 to 2019 (in petabytes per month) is growing at an annually compounded rate of 24 percent (http://dtn.fm/GBav1). It was and is expected to be 58,137 PB in 2015, 71,453 PB in 2016, 88,730 PB in 2017, 111,015 PB in 2018 and 138,415 PB in 2019. To put the size of a petabyte in context: assuming the typical pop song has a digital size of 5 Mb, one petabyte of music would be 215 million songs, enough for many lifetimes of listening.

This huge mass of data prompted economist Francis Diebold to remark in a 2012 paper (http://dtn.fm/UWqR8) that ‘the necessity of grappling with Big Data, and the desirability of unlocking the information hidden within it, is now a key theme in all the sciences – arguably the key scientific theme of our times.’ He goes on to say that ‘Big Data is now not only a phenomenon and term, but also a discipline… Big Data as a discipline is not merely taking us to bigger traditional places. Rather, it’s taking us to wildly new places, unimaginable only a short time ago, ranging from cloud computing and associated massively-parallel algorithms, to methods for controlling false-discovery rates when testing millions of hypotheses, with much in between.’

Alternet Systems, Inc. launched its Data Analytics Division in January 2016. The company’s Analytics-as-a-Service solutions enable companies to better understand consumer trends and improve their marketing initiatives. These cloud-based solutions are currently being developed in the United States, Colombia, and Peru.

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Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (ALYI) Big Data Division Gives SMEs a Crystal Ball

May 19, 2016

This month marks the 74th anniversary of the start of publication of a series of short stories that was later compiled into Isaac Asimov’s classic Foundation science fiction trilogy. Asimov’s intensely thought-provoking work is premised on what, today, we know as big data. It is set in the future when humans have colonized the entire Milky Way. The galaxy’s large population numbers make it possible to apply advanced mathematical and statistical techniques to predict mankind’s future. Large numbers make predictions more accurate. Asimov’s insight was that, even though human behavior on an individual level is subject to our idiosyncratic natures, on a group level, it is less so. We know for example that, typically, it is just 10 to 12 percent of the U.S. electorate, the truly independent, who decide presidential elections. Today his vision is becoming reality. Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC: ALYI) is bringing the power of predictive analytics to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with its recently launched Data Analytics Division.

Fortune telling is now within our purview. Back in 2008, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) acquired Farecast and incorporated into its search engine Bing as a ‘prediction tool that informed travelers of the likelihood that airfare prices would rise or decline’, according to a GeekWire story (http://dtn.fm/2XKpS). An Economist special report, titled ‘Data, data everywhere’ (http://dtn.fm/n9HBn), tells how potential customers of Oakland, California, prostitutes were able to ascertain from published records of arrests when police were likely to sweep the streets of the city. The Economist report goes on to relate that:

‘In 2004 Wal-Mart peered into its mammoth databases and noticed that before a hurricane struck, there was a run on flashlights and batteries, as might be expected; but also on Pop-Tarts, a sugary American breakfast snack. On reflection it is clear that the snack would be a handy thing to eat in a blackout, but the retailer would not have thought to stock up on it before a storm.’ Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT), with its galactic store of information, is able to exploit the potential of big data. Its 2015 Annual Report discloses that, each week, the company serves ‘close to 260 million customers’ in 27 countries. It has some 2.2 million employees, a number that surpasses the population of about 50 countries.

Predictive analytics has also found a place in medicine. In ‘Achieving Small Miracles from Big Data’ (http://dtn.fm/9FBjc), the story of Project Artemis is told. Working in collaboration with IBM, Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children employs the methods of big data in its neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Here, premature babies, weaker than their more developed brethren, are tethered to a battery of medical devices that record heart rate, respiration and other vitals. This data is analyzed by algorithms that predict, in real time, the chances of one or more life-threatening conditions developing. Using machines in this way solves two challenges faced by a human analyst. First, the amount of data generated is overwhelming. The system produces 1,256 readings every second. No human analyst could cope. Second, a human analyst would never be able to devote all of his attention all of the day to one patient in the way this system can. The day of the machines has arrived.

Alternet Systems launched its Data Analytics Division in January 2016. The company provides innovative solutions, particularly to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which facilitate and expedite commerce by enhancing customer experience and improving efficiency. Data analytics is just one of three high-growth markets in which the company plans to invest. The two others are financial technology and payment technology. The company currently generates its revenues from providing consulting services, primarily consisting of management of existing data analytics projects in Colombia and Peru.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Harnessing Big Data Analytics to Deliver On Marketing Hyper-Localization Capabilities

May 11, 2016

With the $59 billion merger of Dell and information/virtual infrastructure developer EMC Corp. (NYSE: EMC) hanging in the air (arguably the biggest takeover in the sector’s history), it is wise to look back at what CEO of the eponymous company, Michael Dell, said late last year about the rapidly evolving data economy being tech’s next trillion-dollar opportunity (http://dtn.fm/t4kZo). The EMC move has been seen by many to be a play by Dell (which will be known as Dell Technologies after the merger) for exploiting the growing analytical and computational power coming from cloud architectures, as it relates to data-intensive IoT (internet of things) applications thereof, and big data analytics.

Indeed, this merger is just the tip of the iceberg in an environment where the biggest tech players are clamoring for big data-enabling IoT and the cloud muscle to make it all wieldy, questing desirously after the transformative marketing power obtainable thereby. With International Data Corporation projections for the big data technology and services market indicating a roughly 23 percent CAGR through 2019, when annual spending will reach upwards of $48.6 billion, and big data analytics in the healthcare sector alone projected to hit over $34 billion by 2022 according to a recent report by Research and Markets – that data economy Dell was talking about continues to show every sign of becoming as large, or larger than predicted.

Strategy Analytics even foresees the big data analytics software space as generating around $81 billion in global revenues by 2022, crushing the roughly $36 billion generated last year, as IoT-driven smart living solutions continue to proliferate. A recent article (http://dtn.fm/R2gUu) in Mobile Payments Today, did a good job of illustrating how sector majors like Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), with its Apple Watch wearable, and Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL), whose subsidiary Nest develops self-learning, sensor-driven home automation technology, are both driving hard into the IoT arena, intent on unlocking the marketing power of big data. Even a novel entrant like the personalized coffee experience platform developed by Nestle’s (OTC: NSRGY) Nespresso operating unit, called Prodigio, the first connected espresso machine from the company, with its mobile app that handles everything from operations to one-touch reordering, should strike a resounding chord with investors about where this overall space is headed.

In this increasingly connected world, the days of mass-marketing are going the way of the dodo bird. Marketing is migrating ever more toward highly personalized and hyper-localized microsegmentation, and the key role that big data analytics has to play here in unlocking the potential of transaction data has historically been something only the biggest players at the table could really understand and make use of. This is where a company like Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC: ALYI) really shines, with its device-spanning payment technologies, digital currency and banking solutions, and extremely robust big data analytics and automated marketing research capabilities. Fully integrated analytics backing up the company’s innovative financial services industry-focused software solutions allows Alternet clients to have a proprietary market view that spans multiple, diverse data sources.

This kind of powerful lensing system allows companies to identify crucial audience and location microsegments, adapting on-the-fly to changing conditions in the market through a highly localized and agile approach, which means optimum price and promotion investment can be dialed in with substantial accuracy across an entire array of products. The capacity to do automated profit and loss yield tuning at the micro level like this is the kind of capability hitherto reserved only for the big boys, who could afford to shell out top dollar for off-the-shelf solutions or hire the team and develop their own integrated solutions in-house. But ALYI is changing the game for SMEs in particular, with its steadily advancing portfolio of digital commerce technologies, and the company had its ‘accumulate’ recommendation from Caprock Research recently reaffirmed by the news that it has layered up considerable momentum – attracting new clients and nurturing important new partnerships to expand its service offering since the launch of its Data Analytics Division in January.

Caprock Research’s $0.05 PPS near-term and $0.17 PPS long-term targets should be revisited via a newly updated report sometime shortly after the release of ALYI’s 2015 financials, so investors should keep an ear to the ground in coming weeks for word from the company.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Poised for Growth by Uncovering Hidden Roadmaps to Success within Company Data

May 4, 2016

As boards place greater pressure on C-levels to produce value by transforming what they know into action, the right data and analytics operating model is vital to success and growth. After all, if you’re going to compete in a digital economy, you’d better arm yourself with the tools of the trade and produce like never before – or at least just a bit better, faster and more efficiently than the closest competitor. Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC: ALYI) knows this first-hand, and, in so doing, builds shareholder value by investing in creative ways to manage digital commerce and the information and payments therein.

Alternet focuses on vertical markets in today’s digital commerce environment and transforms today’s pervasively outdated electronic payments infrastructure to create advanced predictive data analytics applications for the consumer, telecommunications and financial market sectors. Within these markets, Alternet is boosting the speed with which the future of money affects the demand for these services worldwide.

A recent Google study claims that the world currently generates more information in three days than it did from the dawn of civilization to 2003! If this doesn’t send chills up the spines of CIOs and CDOs, they’re either sound asleep or working on ways to both structure and use this information to their companies’ advantages in efficient and sustainable ways. Alternet Systems’ partnerships are advancing these endeavors worldwide and outlining paths for growth for its shareholders, as well as the businesses Alternet is engaging.

ALYI’s payment technology solutions deliver products to financial organizations that need solutions for managing a wide range of payments channels. Alternet delivers products and applications development engines that extend beyond the capabilities of processing across all capture devices (e.g. mobile phones, tablets) for delivering channel-specific abilities.

The company’s financial technology solutions provide digital currency payment solutions, banking solutions and digital payment services, while its data analytics offerings change how leading organizations use their data within their marketing research operations. The company looks to introduce a digital currency bank with government regulations and foreign exchange capabilities and provide micro payment services to the retail industry’s emerging markets.

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Navigating the Hyper-Connected Economy with Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (ALYI) Data Analytics Division

April 27, 2016

According to a recent report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) titled ‘The Hyperconnected Economy: How the growing Interconnectedness of Society is changing the Landscape for Business’ (http://dtn.fm/W4z9k), ‘more than a technological trend, hyperconnectivity is a cultural condition to which businesses have no choice but to adapt.’ The report goes on to explain that ‘hyperconnectivity is a term that describes a defining feature of contemporary society. Thanks to the Internet, mobile technology and soon the Internet of things, people, places, organizations and objects are linked together like never before.’ In other words, developments in technology have shrunk the world. However, while the technology has drawn us closer, it has also multiplied the complexity of our lives. The same applies to business. As the EIU report hints, the increased connectivity presents new challenges and opportunities for businesses. The launch of Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (OTC: ALYI) Data Analytics Division in January 2016 is, thus, timely, as it offers businesses the tools to navigate the new landscape of this virtual world.

The seminal event of this brave new virtual world was, of course, the introduction of packet switching technology. It was used at first in the U.S. Department of Defense’s ARPANET and is now widely employed in the super network known as the internet. Now the internet has over one billion websites, and sites are added at the rate of two or three every second. Now also, according to a press release (http://dtn.fm/d9thU) issued by the International Telecommunications Union, an agency of the United Nations (UN), around 3.2 billion people globally are using the internet. ‘Between 2000 and 2015, Internet penetration has increased almost seven-fold from 6.5 to 43 per cent of the global population’ and ‘the proportion of households with Internet access at home advanced from 18 per cent in 2005 to 46 per cent in 2015.’ It’s not just people, of course. Much of the internet is automated with computers ‘speaking’ to computers and other ‘smart’ devices in the internet of things (IoT).

Many of the largest companies in the world are already grappling with ways to tackle this enormous amorphous mass of data, referred to as ‘big data’. Big data is big and growing. The term ‘googol’ may have connotations of gargantuan but the size of the Google index pales in comparison to the petabytes of data still waiting to be cataloged. One petabyte equals 250 bytes. It has been reported in ‘How Much of the Internet is Hidden’ (http://dtn.fm/7PqmI) that ‘Eric Schmidt, Google’s former CEO, estimated that it (the internet) consists of roughly five million terabytes of data. That’s over five trillion megabytes. Google’s web search has indexed about 200 terabytes of this data. That’s a lot of data, but that comprises only 0.004 percent of the whole thing.’ The term big data is no exaggeration.

Since the volume of data available is so immense, it is very likely that organizations will require specialized third-parties, like Alternet Systems, to not only provide the analytics tools but also the strategies needed to take advantage of the internet’s hidden treasures. Size is not the only defining critical factor of big data, which is structured in a variety of formats from a diversity of sources: ecommerce transactions, financial transactions, social media interactions, web logs, etc.

The EIU report continues with the observation that ‘one of the important outcomes of hyper-connectivity for business is the creation of new fields of competition. Data are being developed within companies, from public sources, by third-party vendors that provide multiple linkages on products, pricing, branding and sales. From proactive pricing to tracking the branding of competitors’ products, hyper-connected data present a new basis for competition.’

With an International Data Corporation (IDC) forecast that the ‘big data technology and services market will grow at 26.4% compound annual growth rate to $41.5 billion through 2018’, Alternet Systems aims to be, in the coming months, one of those third-party vendors.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Delivers Big Data in a World that Needs Big Solutions

April 20, 2016

At the forefront of digital commerce technology stands Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC: ALYI). The company invests in verticals within the digital commerce space that have the potential to transform the global electronic payment infrastructure. Alternet also develops payment technology solutions that offer a wide range of payment channels along with financial technology that centers on digital currency, payment solutions and services, and banking solutions. The company has further expanded its technological interests by strengthening its digital analytics department. Digital analytics allows companies to examine raw data with the purpose of making more informed marketing decisions and is currently one of the fastest growing business industries in the world.

The IDIC forecasts that the “big data technology and services market will grow at 26.4% compound annual growth rate to $41.5 billion through 2018.” The many benefits of using data analytics are becoming clear to businesses worldwide as more and more incorporate this technology into their infrastructures. First, data analytics can predict possible outcomes from altering variables while forecasting the probable consequences of these variables. This technology also monitors current marketing trends so companies can keep pace with their competitors and thus quicken reaction time. Lastly, digital analytics can easily find relationships between different variables which lead to further links and possibilities. Overall, data analytics remains a powerful tool for companies because it allows them to view the interests and dislikes of their customers while staying up to date on market trends.

An example of how data analytics fits in with current needs comes from the recently exposed Panama Papers. Over 11 million documents hacked from a Panamanian law firm were recently revealed that contained illicit information related to offshore accounts of powerful people throughout the world. Journalists needed a way to sift through this impossible amount of information, so they used data analytics, which extracted all text and metadata. This data was then indexed to easily search for names, credit card information, and patterns. These documents show evidence of money laundering, bribery, sanction dodging, tax evasion, and involvement with organized crime. Without data analytics, siphoning through this information would have taken years.

Alternet Systems has been developing and perfecting its own data analytics system. The company offers businesses a cloud based solution that includes predictive analysis, visual tools, and marketing automation. Clients can view data sources across a variety of fields while studying unique marketing trends among audiences and micro segments. The software also generates recommendations. Using Alternet’s software guarantees clients the immediate discovery of new segments and activities of functional areas for better marketing decisions. Alternet Systems intends to continue developing its innovative digital commerce and analytics technology in a world that relies on convenience and reliability.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Unlocking Secrets of Consumer Behavior in Digital Commerce Space

April 12, 2016

It has often been said that if only the data possessed by today’s companies could talk, the secrets of sustainable revenue growth would be known. Through data analytics, the science of examining raw data with the purpose of drawing conclusions about that information, industries worldwide are able to make better business decisions and verify or disprove existing models or theories. Data analytics is different from data mining in that its purpose and focus is rooted in analysis. Data miners sort through enormous data sets using software to identify undiscovered patterns and establish hidden relationships. Data analytics focuses on the process of deriving a conclusion based solely on what is already known.

As our world is increasingly connected at the hip to technological conveniences, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) understands the opportunity at hand. Much of the company’s energy has been centered on investing in businesses that have innovative ways of managing information in the digital commerce and payment solutions space. For the last six years, ALYI has had its business eye on mobile finance services and mobile security. Two years ago, Alternet Systems added the digital commerce space to its product portfolio and now offers payment technology solutions designed to manage payment channels and financial technology services aimed at providing digital currency payment and banking solutions.

Data analytics is viewed as a tool designed to help companies make better marketing decisions through the ability to profile their customers to see where their interests lie. Companies are able to identify the buying tendencies of similar consumers, as well as the likelihood that they will purchase the same products again. The science of data analytics can also be credited with delivering business indicators on how consumers view a particular product and the best ways to increase efficiency. Companies view this new-found information as a way to keep up with market trends.

With strategic investments in these high-growth markets, Alternet is accelerating the future of money in the digital age. The company is guided by a team of executives specializing in entrepreneurial mindsets rooted in innovation, financial and executive management of multi-national organizations and expansive networks of industry resources.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Offers the Tools Necessary for Better Marketing Strategies

April 6, 2016

With the world growing more and more dependent on technological conveniences, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) seized the opportunity to focus on investing in companies that have innovative ways of managing digital commerce, information, and payment solutions. Since 2010, the company has placed value on mobile finance services and mobile security. In 2014, Alternet Systems added the digital commerce space to its vertical portfolio. Now, the company offers payment technology solutions that manage a variety of payment channels along with financial technology services that provide digital currency payment and banking solutions. Alternet Systems also offers important data analytics solutions that help companies better understand their markets.

Data analytics is the process of viewing raw data then developing conclusions that can help companies make better marketing decisions. Analytics allow companies to profile their customers to see where their interests lie. Companies can see what products similar consumers have already purchased, along with the likelihood that they’ll purchase those products again. Analytics also give businesses indicators on how consumers view their products and ways to increase efficiency. Companies who use data analysis can keep pace with market trends and, therefore, take immediate action if customers or suppliers are defaulting. About 67% of companies say they see an advantageous opportunity in using data analytics solutions for their businesses. These tools in the right hands can become an important asset to any company.

Alternet Systems offers organizations data analytics and automated market research operations to better understand their markets. Companies can view and assess data across a variety of sources, which then enables them to create marketing decision matrices. Alternet Systems gives these businesses a unique view of their audiences and micro-segments which are automatically quantified with generated recommendations.

Organizations need the right tools, processes, and people who can successfully work within a comprehensible data analytical framework to achieve desired results. Alternet Systems offers this framework, which showcases patterns emerging across various industries so businesses can fully understand how to market their operations. With 46% of companies admitting they have made bad decisions from poor or outdated data, these tools are becoming more and more necessary.

Alternet Systems stands to gain from the ever-increasing collective recognition of the importance of using data analytics for successful marketing endeavors. Not only that, but the company will also maintain its interest in investments with innovative solutions in the digital commerce space.

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Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (ALYI) Big Data Division Helps Clients to the Cloud

March 31, 2016

Yesterday, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) filed its Annual Report (10-K) for the year ended December 31, 2015, with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which set out the background for the company’s present focus on big data. 2015 was a turning point for Alternet Systems. The company ‘decided to cease pursuing digital currency opportunities due to the market collapse for digital currencies.’ Its 10-K cited the lack of a clear regulatory framework, the entrance of ‘major players’ in the field and the volatility of digital assets such as Bitcoin as some of the risks and challenges in the digital currency space. Going forward, Alternet Systems will focus on data analytic tools and services for the telecommunications and financial services industries. To this end, earlier this year, the company announced the launch of its Data Analytics Division, expanding its portfolio of existing digital commerce technologies.

In a recent press release, Henryk Dabrowski, CEO of Alternet Systems, stated, “Alternet has a successful history of developing and commercializing young digital commerce technologies. We are now building upon that history to develop and commercialize an expanded portfolio of new key technologies into the burgeoning big data analytics sector… We anticipate our new Data Analytics Division to build upon the revenue base we established in 2015 from our digital commerce operations throughout the course of 2016.”

In April 2015, the company, through subsidiary Alternet Payment Solutions, LLC (APS), signed an agreement with R4 Technologies, LLC (R4) to market and promote R4’s purpose-built cloud platform for micro-segment data, insight and engagement to help brands leverage data and automate yield optimization. APS is to partner with R4 across Latin America and the Caribbean. R4 Technologies, according to a page (http://dtn.fm/9BX5g) on the IBM website, ‘is the first company to make data science available through a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for business users to increase revenue and profitability. R4 uses an algorithmic approach to revenue yield management to find growth hidden in massive amounts of data and then programmatically align product, channel and promotions.’

Big data is the next big thing in the digital arena. It involves the provision of solutions to solve three major challenges in information technology that have come to be known as the ‘three Vs’, including volume, variety and velocity. The first challenge is coping with the enormous amounts of data being generated on a continual basis. Data volume is now measured in petabytes (250 bytes) instead of terabytes (240 bytes). ComputerWeekly.com quoted (http://dtn.fm/2cTjp) ‘Michael Chui, principal at McKinsey (as saying) that the U.S. Library of Congress “had collected 235 terabytes of data by April 2011 and a petabyte is more than four times that.”’

The variety of data is also multiplying as web logs, social media interactions, ecommerce transactions, financial transactions and other sources, each sometimes in a different format, proliferate. Velocity in the generation and hunger for this data has become gargantuan. According to internet live stats (http://dtn.fm/pqXt9), ‘when Google was founded in September 1998, it was serving 10,000 search queries per day’ now it ‘processes over 40,000 search queries every second ’.

Alternet’s partnership with R4 Technologies and its cloud platform builds a strong foundation for Alternet’s Data Analytics Division. The company’s aim to provide data analytics as a SaaS product has as much potential as the cloud-computing SaaS service offered by Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), which has grown into a $6.7 billion dollar business.

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Alternet Systems (ALYI): Predictive Analytics Market Expected to Grow to $9.2 Billion by 2020

March 24, 2016

From drug discovery to price optimization, across virtually every industry, more companies are using predictive analytics to increase revenue, reduce costs, and modernize the way they do business. Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) revolutionizes how leading organizations optimize data analytics and automate marketing research operations. The company’s integrated analytics, micro segmentation and marketing automation technologies empower marketing organizations to create and develop critical marketing decision matrixes. The company’s solutions give clients proprietary market view across diverse data sources; allow discovery of unique audience and location microsegments; automate data management; and generate recommendations at micro level P&L-oriented yield optimization, across products, price and promotion investment.

Predictive analytics is gaining momentum in virtually every industry. Using predictive analytics, businesses are able to approach opportunities, risks, business partners, and customers differently, because they have foresight they previously lacked. For example, airlines are using predictive analytics to improve profitability and provide customers with better traveling experiences. Using their own and third-party data, they are able to understand seat-assignment and legroom preferences, how often their customers fly, and how price sensitive they are, as well as what customers are doing at the airport.

“Historical data can only show you so much,” said Arvid Tchivzhel, director of revenue and pricing strategy at consulting firm Mather Economics. “If you’re always looking at your historical revenue-to-date data, you’re not really seeing where your future customers will be coming from and how much value they’ll deliver to you in the long term.”

The global predictive analytics market is expected to grow from $2.74 billion in 2015 to $9.2 billion by 2020, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27.4 percent during the forecast period, according to a report by MarketsandMarkets (http://dtn.fm/t5vNQ). The predictive analytics market is growing rapidly because of the transformation from traditional business intelligence (BI) techniques to advanced analytics techniques and the massive surge of structured and unstructured data.

Alternet plans to offer software that integrates analytics, micro-segments, and automated marketing technology. Clients will be able to view data across diverse sources about their unique audiences, which can help them develop micro-targeting tactics to push business forward. The software could even provide marketing recommendations.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Offers Businesses a Better Way to Capture their Share of the $5 Billion St. Patrick’s Day Spending

March 17, 2016

A recent article on InvestorsHub (http://dtn.fm/zd6Hj) describing the unique capabilities of Alternet Systems in such data technologies as data analytics, microsegments, and hyper localization showed how valuable advanced number crunching tools can be in helping business take full advantage of targeted spending opportunities on holidays such as St. Patrick’s Day. The article indicated how, for this one holiday alone, spending approaches $5 billion, pointing out that:

  • Over 80% of Americans will be wearing green
  • Approximately 35% will be preparing a special meal at home
  • 30% will go to a party at a bar
  • 20% will go to a private party
  • 20% will decorate either their workplace or home
  • Guinness Beer daily sales more than double on St. Patrick’s Day

The article also brought home the fact that more Americans claim Irish heritage (some 40 million) than live in Ireland, with more people celebrating the holiday every year.

In order to successfully tap such vast and growing markets, the article covers the importance of truly targeted marketing, involving such concepts as the above mentioned hyper localization and microsegmentation. Traditional mass marketing is being replaced by intensely focused campaigns, which can zero in on specific market populations and times, but all of this is possible only with big data analytics, collecting and processing data in ways never before possible. Having access to such new technologies now provides a clear competitive advantage, and Alternet Systems is offering a gateway with its unique Data Analytics solution for both large and small companies and organizations.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Can “Reach the Right People” with its Traction-Gaining Predictive Analytics Technology

March 16, 2016

With an already impressive portfolio of digital commerce technologies, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) plans to continue investing in more verticals within the industry. The company looks for innovative solutions to manage digital commerce, information, and payments. These solutions must improve efficiency and quicken the pace of commerce. Alternet also develops predictive data analytics applications for consumers and the telecommunications and financial industries, which are all high growth markets. Predictive analytics, itself a profitable marketing tool, is expected to grow exponentially over the next few years.

Predictive analytics and statistical analysis are based on observed actions in relation to future actions. Analysts choose a dependent variable based on something that has already occurred and compare that variable to other variables that could be related statistically through a predictive software. For example, companies can analyze traits of the customers who have already purchased their product and then see if these traits relate to other consumers. This information then allows companies to “microtarget” their desired audiences with effective marketing strategies. Using predictive analytics saves time and money, because companies only market to those individuals who share similar characteristics to the customers who have already purchased their products.

Alternet plans to offer software that integrates analytics, micro-segments, and automatic marketing technology. Clients will be able to view data across diverse sources about their unique audiences, which can help them develop micro-targeting tactics to push business forward. The software could even provide marketing recommendations.

Predictive analytics and micro-targeting aim to “reach the right people with the right message.” This segment has already gained momentum, with 2015 showing $242 million in funding for startups, as compared to $376 million for all previous years combined. The technology shows no signs of slowing down as the world continues to become more technologically dependent.

Going forward, Alternet stands to gain from these numbers with its strong digital commerce and predictive data analytics applications. The company intends to lead the digital commerce industry by continuously developing and harnessing innovative technology to keep up with the world’s growing demand.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Gaining Momentum Following Launch of Data Analytics Division

March 15, 2016

Before the opening bell, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) released a preview of anticipated industry benchmark achievements expected to firmly establish the company as a leader in the data analytics sector. While sales were previously driven by ‘mass-marketing’ campaigns targeting large segments of the population, today’s marketing efforts are more focused, with campaigns designed to reach very specifically defined consumer populations. The associated costs of capturing and organizing transaction data in order to better understand and implement future marketing programs has, to this point, served as a competitive advantage almost exclusively available to the largest corporations with the means to bankroll the development of proprietary multi-million dollar software solutions. However, with the roll out of its data analytics solution, Alternet is seeking to level the playing field in the $125 billion big data analytics space for marketers of all sizes.

“Since the recent launch of our Data Analytics Division, Alternet has established substantial momentum in terms of attracting new clients and in the development of new partner relationships that expand the overall service offering,” Henryk Dabrowski, chief executive officer of Alternet, stated in this morning’s news release. “Stay tuned for upcoming client and partner announcements in the near future.”

Through the development of its data analytics solution, Alternet hopes to build on its long history of innovation in the financial services industry. Most recently, the company capitalized on this experience through the development of a marketable financial services solution, which it successfully exited while achieving a 47 percent return on investment. With the same management team now focused on developing Alternet’s data analytics centric solution, the company could be primed for future growth.

According to a report by Forbes (http://dtn.fm/28EhF), the importance of big data in commerce and marketing is just beginning to be uncovered. More data has been created in the past two years than in the entire previous history of the human race, and, by 2020, about 1.7 megabytes of new information will be created every second for each person on the planet. Demand for data analytics tools is expected to follow a similar trend. MarketAnalysis.com reports (http://dtn.fm/2hC5z) that the market for Hadoop, an open source software that supports the processing of large data sets, will surpass $1 billion in the next four years, achieving a 58 percent compound annual growth rate through 2020. This market growth could spell great news for Alternet in the coming years. At the moment, less than 0.5 percent of all data stored is ever analyzed or used (http://dtn.fm/Ngm3X). Alternet’s data analytics solution could have a significant part to play as this figure increases.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI): Global Mobile Payment Market to Grow to $2.8 Trillion By 2020

March 8, 2016

Digital, mobile and card payment platforms continue their steady growth behind vastly improved technologies and advancing secure solutions, with experts believing the trend will take hold of the mainstream market in 2016. News, purchase orders, product updates and current events of note in the markets today involve NXT-ID, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTD), Heartland Payment Systems Inc. (NYSE: HPY), Visa Inc. (NYSE: V), PayPal Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: PYPL), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and MasterCard Incorporated (NYSE: MA). Another competitor in this space, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC: ALYI), invests in and partners with companies that are creating the future of money in the high growth, emerging technology fields of digital commerce, multichannel payments, and predictive analytics.

The global mobile payment transaction market will be worth an estimated $2.8 trillion by 2020, up from $392 billion in 2014, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 39.2 percent, according to Future Market Insights (http://dtn.fm/5cQJ7). The growth of this segment is astonishing to say the least and should provide excellent opportunities for companies like Alternet Systems.

Being in the right place at the right time, or, in this case, the right business at the right time, is paramount to maximizing a shareholder’s return on investment. With the global population moving rapidly toward mobile payment solutions, the possibilities of this industry are effectively endless.

Alternet Systems best describes its approach to this dynamic space via its mission statement: “To provide innovative solutions that facilitate and expedite commerce, enriching our partners and their customers’ experience, and improving efficiency.” Recognizing that the world is becoming increasingly dependent on technological conveniences, Alternet Systems aims to provide its customers with the tools to prepare themselves for a new era of digital commerce and payments, financial services and consumer information, and, most importantly, a new approach to many of the basic functions of daily life.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Mining Shareholder Value in Age of Information Overload

March 1, 2016

Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) knows that the business of data analytics is used to gain insights that inform business decisions and can be used to automate and optimize many of today’s complex business processes. The company also knows that data-driven companies treat their data as a corporate asset and leverage it to deliver unique, competitive advantages. It is for many of these reasons that ALYI has recently launched a data analytics division. It is one of the many ways in which the company intends to build shareholder value – by helping companies, big and small, find gold data nuggets which, in turn, are used to grow their respective businesses.

In a recent news release, Henryk Dabrowski, CEO of Alternet Systems, stated, “Alternet has a successful history of developing and commercializing young digital commerce technologies. We are now building upon that history to develop and commercialize an expanded portfolio of new key technologies in the burgeoning big data analytics sector. We quietly started the expansion last year after the successful sale of our mobile wallet solution. We anticipate our new Data Analytics Division to build upon the revenue base we established in 2015 from our digital commerce operations throughout the course of 2016.”

Big Data, or data analytics, refers to the growing business of using the variety of data present within different sources to uncover individual and group behaviors. Examples include exploring data to find new patterns and relationships, explaining why a certain result occurred (statistical analysis, quantitative analysis), experimenting to test previous decisions (A/B testing, multivariate testing) and forecasting future results (predictive modeling).

Alternet Systems, Inc. invests in innovative ways to manage digital commerce, information and payments. As the world finds itself becoming more and more dependent on technological conveniences, ALYI is investing in verticals within the digital commerce space, transforming the legacy electronic payments infrastructure and developing advanced predictive data analytics applications for the mass consumer, as well as the telecommunications and financial industries. The company’s entry into the business of data analytics aims to increase the future of money’s role in the global demand for these services. Alternet Systems, Inc. is headquartered in Miami, Florida.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) is Big on Big Data

February 24, 2016

Earlier this year, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) launched its Data Analytics Division. At that time, Henryk Dabrowski, CEO of Alternet Systems, stated, “Alternet has a successful history of developing and commercializing young digital commerce technologies. We are now building upon that history to develop and commercialize an expanded portfolio of new key technologies in the burgeoning big data analytics sector. We quietly started the expansion last year after the successful sale of our mobile wallet solution. We anticipate our new Data Analytics Division to build upon the revenue base we established in 2015 from our digital commerce operations throughout the course of 2016.”

Big Data, or data analytics, refers to the growing practice of using the data from all available sources, which can come in a variety of formats, to uncover individual and group behavior. A report (http://dtn.fm/Y7Rl1) published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) gives details on a global survey of over 300 executives from companies with over US$500 million in annual revenue (with half of them reporting US$1bn or more) on their data analytics practices. The survey found that companies are moving beyond first-generation big data applications based on internal assets and are reporting considerable success with innovative market-facing initiatives that use a wide range of transactional and external data. Competitor-focused initiatives are given the highest priority, with customer- and operations-focused measures comprising a significant number of initiatives.

The survey also found that the biggest technical challenge was the need to identify and integrate multiple data types from both internal and external sources. When it comes to internal challenges within an enterprise, data and analytics silos stand out, largely because market-facing advanced analytics initiatives tend to be driven by individual lines of business. A data silo is a separate database or set of data files. Despite these challenges, executives overwhelmingly rate these advanced analytics initiatives as successful and point to multiple simultaneous benefits. This broad success is driving continued innovation and experimentation, with technical challenges seen as minor obstacles compared with the need to select the right initiative and the right team.

In the early days of data analytics, companies mostly focused on internal initiatives, such as operating efficiencies, but with increased computational power and new data sources, they are experimenting with ‘offensive moves’. Proactive price optimization stands out as the most common market-facing data analytics initiative.

A full research report (http://dtn.fm/ue9AC) on Alternet Systems by Caprock Research, commissioned by Wall Street Corner, published February 2, 2016, estimates the data analytics market at $125 billion in 2015. The ‘analytics-as-a-service’ segment of this market is expected to grow from $4.2 billion in 2015, by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 40 percent, to $23 billion in 2020.

Alternet Systems is on a mission to provide innovative solutions that facilitate and expedite commerce by enhancing customer experience and improving efficiency. Data analytics is just one of three high-growth markets in which the company plans to invest. The two others are financial technology and payment technology.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Stands to Gain from the Digital Analytics Upward Trend

February 18, 2016

A pioneer in developing digital commerce technologies, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) aims to transform the electronic payment infrastructure that is so popular today. The company sees a bright future of global access to efficient and affordable banking and payment services. To align itself with this ever-increasing trend, Alternet Systems continues to develop advanced predictive data analytics applications for the mass consumer, telecommunications, and financial sectors, which have high growth markets. These applications include cutting-edge payment and financial solutions.

According to Andrew Mann, customer data director at the Co-Operative Group speaking at the Big Data and Analytics Retail Conference in London, successful companies know the power of data and use it to create a better experience for customers. It’s important to develop integrated customer solutions from data-driven analytics technology to make better business decisions.

Fortunately, Alternet Systems has a powerful Data Analytics Division to provide clients with customer trends and marketing solutions. Henryk Dabrowski, the company’s CEO, predicts that this division will “ramp up” last year’s established preliminary revenue base in its digital commerce operations. The Data Analytics Division is currently developing cloud-based solutions that offer micro segmentation and predictive analytics for clients. These solutions include translatable audience insight into market opportunities, channel optimization through micro segmentation analysis that gives the opportunity for store, web, and mobile locations, and a Connected Experience which offers purchasing power. These analytic solutions allow clients to quickly understand data in order to orchestrate new activities across multiple functional areas such as web and e-market personalization, loyalty incentives, KPI, and more.

Data Analytics is one of the fastest growing business sectors today. In 2015 alone, Data Analytics had a market value of $125 billion. By continuously advancing its Data Analytics Division, Alternet intends to lead the digital commerce industry while creating accessible solutions for everyone.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI): Bridging the Gap between Merchants and Consumers via Payment Technology Solutions

February 11, 2016

Smartphones are attached to everyone’s hip in today’s world. Mobile payment solutions, such as PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) and Apple Pay, are being integrated into every new technology that emerges. When you launch an online store, the most important function of the website is the payment option. Today’s world moves at light speed and consumers demand instant gratification to their impulse buying via Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY), Alibaba (NYSE: BABA), Craigslist, etc.

The contactless payments market is expected to have a value of $9.88 billion by 2018. This market includes payments via mobile handsets, smart cards, and key fobs, as well as consultation services, integration services, and value added services. The verticals associated with this market are as follows: banking, financial services and insurance; consumer goods and retail; healthcare; government and public sector; telecom and IT; and transportation and logistics. Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) is in this business dynamic.

Alternet offers payment technology solutions to financial organizations that need a wide range of payment options for their customers. These products can be used across many devices, such as point of sale, cell phones, PCs, tablets, and web applications.

The entry of technology giants such as Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Samsung (OTC: SSNLF) and Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) to the mobile payments market has reignited the debate about the future of mobile payments. While the launch of Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay have attracted much of the attention from the media, the real growth in the mobile payments industry in 2015 has come from elsewhere.

New research from Timetric finds that transaction value on the aforementioned mobile payment solutions is still relatively small. “For comparison, the value of Apple Pay transactions in 2015 was lower than the value of transactions on Kenyan M-Pesa,” says Vladimir Vukicevic, lead analyst at Timetric’s Cards & Payments Intelligence Centre.

“Two Chinese payment solutions, Alipay and Tenpay, dominate the global mobile payments market in terms of value of transactions. PayPal is, however, the leader in mobile payments in markets outside China,” continued Vukicevic.

The latest research from Timetric finds, however, that Apple Pay and Android Pay are in a good position to become the market leaders for in-store mobile payments. On the other hand, Alipay and PayPal are likely to remain leaders in remote mobile payments moving forward. They are also expected to become serious contenders for in-store payments.

Alternet Systems is well positioned in a rapidly growing space and has more than a century of experience in its management team, which will be invaluable as the company continues to adapt and grow in the months to come.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Looking To Lead Digital Commerce Market through Innovative Investment Ventures

February 4, 2016

Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) prides itself on developing advanced predictive data analytics applications for the mass consumer, telecommunications, and financial sectors. The company dedicates itself to providing digital commerce technologies and electronic payment solutions to these high-growth markets. Alternet sees the future of innovative payment solutions and its growing global demand.

Alternet offers payment technology solutions to financial organizations that need a wide range of payment options for their customers. These products can be used across many devices, such as point of sale, cell phones, PCs, tablets, and web applications. Plus, these products give specific and personalized capabilities to each organization. With these solutions, customers can expect expert knowledge in the mobile financial services industry. Alternet brings digital currency payment solutions, banking solutions, and digital payment services. The company markets to governments, financial services, and the banking industry around the globe.

The company also integrates analytics, micro segments, and marketing automation technology, so that companies can create a digital marketing decision matrix. This way, companies using this technology can discover unique audiences and overall trends to better market their products.

Part of what makes Alternet so successful comes from its investment interests in companies that have a unique idea to manage digital commerce, information, and payments. For example, Utiba Americas came out of the relationship between Alternet and Utiba Pte Ltd, a Singapore company that is a leader in mobile financial transactions. Being a major shareholder allowed Alternet to target mobile operations, financial institutions, money remitters, governments, and retailers with its solutions. Alternet also owns the majority of IMS (International Mobile Security), which gives the company the upper hand when it comes to addressing security concerns dealing with mobile commerce and transaction services.

Alternet’s subsidiaries hope to engage the company in the wider spectrum of digital commerce technologies. Utiba Americas expanded the company’s mobile service platform, while IMS intends to open up the multi-billion dollar global security market. Alternet aims to become a leader in the growing digital commerce market by continuing to absorb breakthrough companies.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Covered in Analyst Report by Leading Investment Research Firm

February 3, 2016

Earlier today, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) announced the release of a research report from Caprock Research, a leading provider of fee-based independent investment research covering a growing assortment of publicly-traded companies. In the report, Alternet received an ‘accumulate’ recommendation alongside a near-term price per share (PPS) target of $0.05 and a long-term PPS target of $0.17.

To view the report in its entirety, visit http://www.wallstreetcornerreport.com/alyi-report

The report gives prospective investors insight into Alternet’s entrance into the mobile financial services and mobile security industries in 2009, as well as its sale of Utiba America’s assets in 2014. Last year, the company began offering its products and services commercially – including retail and consumer payment mechanisms, fintech solutions, point of sale infrastructure and, most recently, data analytics tools and solutions. As a result, Alternet currently “sits at the intersection of two large and quickly growing markets,” according to the Caprock Research report. The global point of sale market was valued at $36.86 billion in 2013, according to Transparency Market Research, while the market for data analytics was estimated at $125 billion in 2015.

“Alternet has a successful history of developing and commercializing young digital commerce technologies,” Henryk Dabrowski, chief executive officer of Alternet, stated in a news release. “We are now building upon that history to develop and commercialize an expanded portfolio of new key technologies into the burgeoning big data analytics sector.”

Wall Street Corner, which identified Alternet as a “promising, undervalued emerging technology leader” in a special report last month (http://dtn.fm/gjZ3Z), engaged Caprock Research to initiate ongoing research coverage of the company moving forward. An updated report is expected to be released following the filing of Alternet’s 2015 audited financial report in the coming weeks.

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Alternet Systems, Inc (ALYI): Milestones on the Way to being the Leading Digital Commerce Solutions Provider in Global Markets

January 29, 2016

For Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI), the world is its oyster. The company’s mission is to provide innovative solutions that facilitate and expedite commerce by enhancing customer experience and improving efficiency. To do so, it has transformed itself into an accelerator of high growth, emerging companies in the digital currency, multi-channel payments and mobile and digital security fields.

Alternet plans to make strategic investments in three high-growth markets. These are payment technology, financial technology, and data analytics. It’s been building the relationships to get things done. As part of its plan to enter into arrangements with select digital currencies, it has, since February 2014, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Alternet Financial Services, become an Authority for ven. Ven is a digital currency used in Hub Culture, an elite by-invitation-only social network founded in 2002. Ven is unique as a digital currency since, unlike other crypto-currencies, its value is determined by a weighted basket of currencies, commodities and carbon futures trading against major currencies at floating exchange rates. Consequently, it is also the first digital currency to float and the first to include carbon in its pricing, making it the only environmentally-linked currency in existence. Ven in circulation is completely backed by the reserve assets of major currencies, commodities and carbon futures.

The company has also entered into a strategic joint venture that leverages its knowledge of crypto-currencies. It is partnering with the Swiss company, Biometry AG, to integrate Biometry’s BioME into its existing payment system’s anti-money laundering and anti-fraud aspects, according to a report (http://dtn.fm/X7aGo) by Biometric Update. The use of BioMe will replace Alternet’s previous use of passwords and PINs with dynamic facial and voice recognition elements in the ID system and so provide end to end security for digital currencies. Biometry’s patented secure payment applications will be fully integrated into Alternet’s line of digital currency services, which includes OneMarket’s Digital Asset Exchange and the Alternet Financial Services, Digital Bank initiatives.

Alternet has also signed a Letter of Intent with P2P Cash to launch the Digital Asset Exchange initiative under the OneMarket subsidiary, subject to approval of the license by the New York Department of Financial Services. Under this Letter of Intent, the company plans to launch a digital currency exchange, fully compliant with government regulations and foreign exchange capabilities. The company is actively pursuing and preparing to apply for a license with The New York Department of Financial Services to be allowed to receive, transmit, store, exchange, issue or convert virtual currency for customers.

Alternet has also entered into a strategic channel partner agreement with BitPay – the world leader in business solutions for the Bitcoin digital currency. In October 2014, the company completed a formal agreement with Wildcard Consulting Inc. to launch the first U.S.-based Bitcoin debit card.

Alternet is being led to these milestones by Henryk Dabrowski, chairman and chief executive officer of Alternet Systems, Inc. Dabrowski has 25+ years’ experience in creating, leading and successfully harvesting information technology and telecom ventures on a global basis. Over the last 10 years, he has been actively investing in both public and privately held companies. He has extensive experience in emerging financial transactions platforms, including mobile wallets, convergent payments schemes, network file systems (NFS), stored value and prepaid services. From October 2009 to March 2014, Dabrowski was the chairman and CEO of Utiba Americas, a leading developer of mobile financial services software solutions, which, through his efforts, reached 66% market share in the Americas. Under his leadership, Utiba Americas, successfully engaged projects with America Movil, Digicel Group, Tigo, Citibank and several other banks and Mobile Network Operators. Utiba Americas was successfully and profitably sold to Amdocs (NASDAQ: DOX) in March 2014. Before that, Dabrowski was CEO of a joint venture with the Chinese firm Tianjin Contactless Payment Systems (TCPS), which provided multiple NFS prepaid fare collections systems for the transportation industry in the Americas.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Announces Launch of Data Analytics Division

January 28, 2016

Earlier today, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) announced the launch of its Data Analytics Division, expanding upon the company’s portfolio of existing digital commerce technologies. Through this new division, Alternet will look to continue building upon its successful history of developing and commercializing innovative digital commerce technologies while broadening its focus into the burgeoning Big Data analytics sector.

“We quietly started the expansion last year after the successful sale of our mobile wallet solution,” Henryk Dabrowski, chief executive officer of Alternet, stated in the news release. “We anticipate our new Data Analytics Division to build upon the revenue base we established in 2015 from our digital commerce operations throughout the course of 2016.”

Alternet’s new Analytics-as-a-Service solutions will enable its clients to better understand consumer trends and improve their marketing initiatives. The company is already deploying cloud-based solutions addressing micro-segmentation and predictive analytics, including intuitive visualization tools and marketing automation. When used effectively, these solutions provide enhanced audience monetization by offering valuable audience insight that can be translated into market opportunities and automated sales and marketing responses.

The company’s cloud-based solutions also provide channel optimization through micro-segmentation analysis, allowing business owners to optimize their product and content listings while promoting growth through both physical and digital channels.

Following the launch of its Data Analytics Division, Alternet has established a presence in one of the world’s fastest-growing business sectors. According to the International Data Corporation, the Big Data technology and services market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 26.4 percent through 2018, roughly six times the growth rate of the overall information technology market.

Alternet continues to develop and commercialize a growing portfolio of digital commerce technologies in high-growth markets that address the expanding global dependence on technological conveniences and advances. As the company implements innovative solutions to the Big Data market, look for Alternet’s experienced management team to play a key role in promoting sustainable financial growth, building on its successful track record of developing and commercializing digital commerce technologies for both the United States and Latin American markets.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Featured in Wall Street Corner Special Report

January 21, 2016

Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) was recently identified as a “promising, undervalued emerging technology leader” in a report by Wall Street Corner. As a result, Wall Street Corner Special Report, which is hailed as the premier discovery site for promising, yet undiscovered small- and micro-cap stocks featuring opportunities in an ethical, professional and responsible manner, has engaged Caprock Research to initiate ongoing research coverage on the company. An initial report is expected to be released by the end of this month.

To view the initial release, visit http://www.wallstreetcornerreport.com/alyi-report

The report went on to praise Alternet’s history of successfully developing digital commerce technologies. Under its current management team, the company developed and sold a mobile wallet technology for $6 million, and Alternet is currently developing its next leading digital commerce technologies. With the world becoming increasingly dependent on technological conveniences and advances, Alternet is investing in verticals within the digital commerce space, transforming the legacy electronic payments infrastructure and developing advanced predictive data analytics applications for the mass consumer, as well as the telecommunications and financial industries.

Within the past two years, the company’s price per share (PPS) has climbed as high as $0.17, making its current PPS, which is under $0.02, well under the weighted two-year average PPS.

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Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (ALYI) Target Market to Grow to $9.88B by 2018

January 19, 2016

Demand is the main driver for companies looking to enter new markets or to develop technologies to meet those demands. The contactless payments market is expected to have a value of $9.88 billion by 2018. This market includes payments via mobile handsets, smart cards, and key fobs, as well as consultation services, integration services, and value added services. The verticals associated with this market are as follows: banking financial services and insurance; consumer goods and retail; healthcare; government and public sector; telecom and IT; and transportation and logistics. Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) is in this business dynamic.

Alternet Systems is divided into three business segments:

  1. Payment Technology Solutions – The company provides technology products to financial businesses looking to provide a wide variety of payment channels. Processing devices include point of sale, mobile phones, tablets, PCs, and web-based applications.
  2. Financial Technology Solutions – The company offers digital currency payment solutions, digital payment services, and banking solutions. Alternet has a keen knowledge in the mobile financial services industry and is pursuing governments, financial service companies, and banks for its target markets.
  3. Data Analytics – The company provides optimized data analytics and completely automates a customer’s marketing research operations. Alternet’s products allow its customers to create a wide range of invaluable data combinations and generate lists of potential customers.

The contactless payments market is expected to grow by 18 percent, annually, according to independent research firm MarketsandMarkets. Knowing how fast the market is growing and having the foresight to develop the much-needed tools and solutions are keys to positioning in this space. Alternet Systems also has a wealth of entrepreneurial experience in its management team that will be vital for adapting to changing business environments, politics, policies, and participants.

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