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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) to Provide Major Savings for Developers in the Booming Mobile Gaming Industry

March 23, 2015

Using its proprietary Universal Mobile Interface (UMI), Consorteum Holdings, Inc. is looking to open the door for a brand new way of thinking about mobile gaming.

Mobile gaming has already revolutionized the gaming industry. According to a report from Wired, mobile gaming leads all consumer usage behaviors on mobile devices in reach, engagement and monetization, making it of significant interest to a nearly limitless supply of advertisers in nearly every field.

The problem with these games, however, is that they need to be coded for multiple platforms. From Android to iOS, development costs, even for relatively simple games, can commonly exceed $30,000. If that’s not enough, consider the constant operating system updates that can interfere with coding, the multitude of devices for which developers need to account and the additional costs necessary to keep an app running smoothly, and it becomes clear that mobile gaming needs a new way to approach development.

Consorteum, through its wholly owned subsidiary 359, has created a UMI that could be the perfect solution to rising development costs. The company’s software is a universal delivery solution that is based completely on web-standards, meaning that it is functional on any operating system and device. Using Consorteum’s interface, developers can increase their customer base without the need to significantly increase costs.

The company’s solution is particularly effective when security is critical, including instances that involve financial details and personal information. By using a thin client server platform, the company’s proprietary solution isolates the client’s servers from individual mobile devices to ensure enhanced security, which has made it a particularly attractive option for mobile gambling companies.

By creating a “Develop Once – Deploy Many” solution to mobile gaming, Consorteum has positioned itself at the cutting edge of an industry that’s growing at record-setting rates with each passing year. As game developers look to increase their range while minimizing production costs, the company’s UMI could be a great catalyst for significant growth opportunities in the years to come.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Mobile Content Delivery Solution Positioned to Capture Developers amid Mobile Social Gambling Boom

March 16, 2015

March is shaping up to be a huge month for the $4.4 billion social casino gambling space this year, with the Social & Mobile Gambling Conference wrapping up last week in Moscow, where one of the big trends was the convergence of social networks and mobile gambling, as well as the MGSC (Mobile Gaming & Social Casino) Asia Conference set to launch this week (March 17-19) in Macau, co-located with the popular iGaming Asia Congress. Why, even internet giant Google (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL) is now throwing fuel onto this already blazingly-hot fire, with the rollout of Social Casino Game ads in AdWords as of this month, owing to both loosening internal restrictions and the rapid growth of this category of advertisers, who are not encumbered by traditional gambling advertisement restrictions.

With the broader mobile gambling market here in the U.S. set to tip the scales at over $100 billion within the next two years alone, there is a considerable rush to offer consumers the best-of-breed mobile social gambling experience possible, with the best graphics, user experience, feature-rich social gaming environments, and rock-solid security. Whether here at home, or abroad in the teeming global market for mobile social gambling, the formula for success is the same, great artists and game designers who can harness the potential of mobile platforms, plus impeccable security measures which allow consumers and regulators alike to rest easy.

Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH) is making moves to tap into this burgeoning global market, with a variety of key on-deck partnerships and license agreements, their existing wealth of experience in transaction management and mobile publishing, as well as a core platform of mobile content delivery technologies geared to meet the specific challenges presented by mobile compliance gaming here in North America. The company’s cloud-powered client server application architecture, using their proprietary UMI (universal mobile interface) platform, which was developed by CSRH’s ThreeFiftyNine (359) subsidiary, was originally used to create the mobile sportsbook application,, and it has been fully vetted by the Nevada Gaming Commission. This ingenious UMI/thin client application approach not only allows for easy integration of the client server with a given client’s backend, it also allows for virtually any mobile device to be utilized for interaction, delivering content and correct display parameters seamlessly across a host of different mobile devices. In addition, this approach also allows for graphically rich and complex applications to be delivered with the minimum bandwidth usage, as well as a minimum of processing and display power used by the end-user’s mobile device.

Consorteum Holdings’ mobile content delivery capabilities make them an ideal choice for developers looking to launch new social gambling implementations. The company’s platform allows developers to focus on creating the best possible user experience and graphics, relieved of the worry about having to update software for new devices or release version updates and content changes in order to ensure the environment looks good on and can be delivered to new devices, or the worry of having to manage a patching solution. Consorteum Holdings’ architecture thus can save gaming operators considerable time and money when it comes to the development and delivery cycle, while also reducing overall time to market and allowing for inclusion of both current or future mobile devices in their marketing strategy. Moreover, CSRH’s platform offers a powerful set of engagement features for executing targeted marketing campaigns and promotions like interactive sweepstakes, which helps developers achieve enhanced user retention figures, as well as create truly compelling social community-oriented gambling experiences, right within the application itself. 359’s proprietary mobile campaign marketing platform, which fully harnesses the potential of the highly intuitive UMI, enables complete control over managing all aspects of text-based messaging and offers the kind of data collection and dynamically scripted conversation capabilities needed to really engage consumers and do meaningful push notifications.

The company’s recent multi-year license agreement signed with NYG Holdings, in order to gain the rights to modify and combine NYG’s CAPSA platform with their own technologies, subsequently rebranding said combinations and using them to market mobile gaming and wagering programs throughout Canada, Mexico and parts of the U.S., has significantly increased the striking distance of 359’s mobile hybrid solution. It looks like it is simply a matter of time before we see proliferation of CSRH’s architecture throughout the world of mobile social gambling, as third party developers take increasing note of the immense potential for delivering their content seamlessly to users. The company’s cloud-powered hybrid application approach offers developers the best of both worlds, with the superb user experience of a native application, as well as optimum provision for content management and a high level of compliant security, combined with low reoccurring development and deployment costs, thanks to its “Develop Once – Deploy Many” architecture, which allows alleviates the end-user from dealing with constant updates or downloads of new versions.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Providing an Improved Solution to the Growing Mobile Gaming Market

March 9, 2015

Consorteum Holdings, through its wholly-owned subsidiary 359, is presenting game developers with a much simpler solution to mobile gaming. Through its revolutionary Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) platform, the company allows content providers to reach larger customer bases with minimal added costs by eliminating the need to reprogram for updates to mobile operating systems.

As the global online gambling market continues to grow and pivot towards mobile platforms, developers are left with three options for targeting their content. The first is a web-based application, which can be accessed directly through a browser, but provides minimal user experience and nonexistent security or compliance capability. The second is a native application, which provides exceptional user experience with high levels of security, but is burdened by expensive, recurring costs. The third and most effective solution for developers is a hybrid between the two application types, such as the company’s UMI platform.

Consorteum’s solution to the evolving market is a proprietary thin client server application. Using the hybrid application, developers can create, update and modify content for a variety of mobile devices at once, saving valuable time and money along the way.

Mobile gaming, particularly in the form of online casinos, is highly dependent on security. The company’s cutting-edge UMI platform provides the security of expensive native applications with the convenience of a revolutionary “Develop Once – Deploy Many” functionality.

Since the first internet gambling sites went online in 1998, widespread growth has continued at unbelievable rates. According to a report by Juniper Research, the high penetration of smartphones in developing markets is expected to push mobile gambling wagers to approximately $100 billion by 2017.

The company’s UMI puts Consorteum in a great position to capitalize on the mobile gaming industry’s rapid growth. As the first and only third party mobile platform for the delivery of gaming content that’s been approved by the Nevada Gaming Commission, the company has a significant competitive advantage in the upcoming years.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH): Universal Mobile Interface Geo-Location Mapping Key for Secure Ecommerce, Healthcare, Government Applications

March 3, 2015

A recent report by Allied Market Research on the growing global mobile security market highlights the rise of BYOD (bring your own device) workplace architectures, ranging from SMEs to large organizations with international workforces, as one of the core drivers behind the surging demand for more secure mobile environments. The market for mobile security is projected as climbing to over $34.8 billion within the next five years alone on a roaring CAGR of 40.8%, as more and more companies reach for the immense benefits of improved-employee satisfaction and increased productivity from the BYOD workplace experience, even as consumers also flock to mobile-enabled ecommerce and banking options.

Consumers really love their mobile devices and the growing amount of retail and other transactions done via mobile can attest to that directly, with the global business to consumer ecommerce market on track to hit around $2.4 trillion in sales worldwide by 2017, according to recent forecasts by eMarketer. In Q4 last year alone, Strategy Analytics computes that smartphone shipments grew 31% annually to hit a record 380 million units, with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Samsung (OTCM:SSNLF) tied for volume, as a record 1.3 billion plus smartphones shipped worldwide during the entire year. Despite the immense popularity of mobile devices and the numerous logistical benefits, both to businesses and consumers, the broader mobile device spectrum has become a major target for hackers and various other forms of cybercrime, creating a serious concern for banks and other financial institutions in particular when it comes to capturing and satisfying this market.

The same logistical benefits of mobile devices that exist for banking and financial transactions, or ecommerce implementations, also exist readily for the healthcare and government markets. In both additional markets though, the same demand for security is increasingly becoming obvious. In the case of sensitive, personal healthcare or government agency data, the need for robust security that cannot be compromised by relative device integrity is paramount. As smartphone use grows and grows, and the number of applications increases accordingly, broad-spectrum security solutions will become a dominant facet of the market and the companies who can satisfy this massive demand will be catapulted to the forefront of the space.

The $2.9 billion Motorola Mobility acquisition by Lenovo (OTC:LNVGY) in October allowed them to capture 6% of the global smartphone market, enabling Lenovo to compete directly in China with major private companies Xiaomi and Huawei as the number three global smartphone company, but the recent Superfish story sheds light on the core security issues resident in the mobile computing space. While the story emerged over Superfish software installed on Lenovo PCs, Superfish actually began experimenting last year with free “LikeThat” mobile apps in the iTunes and Android stores using their technology, and the cause for concern has largely been with the Superfish adware’s compromising of apparently (to the user) secure/encrypted private email or bank sessions. Superfish’s technology, a particularly aggressive form of targeted advertising, tracks consumer’s activity in an attempt to match them with better deals, but in the process, otherwise secure sessions are also exposed to hackers.

Into this complex environment soldiers electronic transaction processing solutions developer, Consorteum Holdings (OTC:CSRH), who, while still in the development-stage, already has a wealth of experience as a systems integrator for the financial services, payment, and transaction processing sectors. The development of a unique UMI (universal mobile interface) via the company’s ThreeFiftyNine Inc. (359) subsidiary (which has over a decade of experience), in conjunction with their Thin Client Server and Hybrid Mobile Application architecture, offers just the kind of robust security that banking, ecommerce, financial institution, healthcare, and government clients need.

Moreover, the powerful geo-fencing and geo-location technology developed by 359 for mobile compliance gaming, in order to prevent location spoofing, can be directly applied to numerous security protocols for the aforementioned markets. Key techniques and technologies employed by 359’s multi-device, multi-OS platform, are very similar to anti-virus software and can be used to detect rooted or jailbroken devices, effectively defeating location spoofing, a common tool in the hacker’s arsenal used to compromise personal identities that are tied to a device or given transaction. The enormous potential of such a robust security environment, further enabled by tight geo-fencing and geo-location technology, could help transform the BYOD healthcare, government and enterprise workplace, as well as the ecommerce/banking landscape, ensuring that network activity passing to and from the corporate intranet is protocol-consistent and clean.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) – Extending Brands onto the Digital Space

February 24, 2015

Consorteum Holdings backs innovation with specification, providing fast, mobile solutions that help brands extend their presence onto the digital space – a necessity today because online is where millions of people look to shop and buy. On the one hand, Consorteum helps some businesses connect to the 20-something and 30-something consumers driving today’s technology agendas. On the other, it uses loyalty programs to help other businesses retain customers while still maintaining a reasonable profit margin. As a result, Consorteum enjoys the business of diverse clients who love the company’s attention to program documentation.

Consorteum is aware of the complexities involved in delivering digital media content across mobile devices. Different operating systems, user interfaces, and form factors can create barriers to the easy launch of commercial initiatives so Consorteum’s solutions address these issues. The company’s mobile offerings combine a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform, allowing it to deliver thin client applications to mobile devices.

Consorteum is able to provide this hybrid solution through a subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, which has developed a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that offers advanced security options and unrivaled flexibility. The subsidiary’s UMI offers a powerful solution for an economical investment. The interface, which is built on a mobile platform, allows developers to create, update and modify content while it maintains the device integration, content delivery and content display. It also provides for geo-location, geo-fencing, security and e-commerce while still using the native functionality of individual mobile devices. Ultimately, mobile users need only download the application once and the UMI will deliver the resulting content, regardless of operating system updates, new content, or website enhancements.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Proprietary Platform is a Winning Solution for Burgeoning Mobile Gambling Market

February 17, 2015

Consorteum Holdings stands poised to profit from the growing online gambling market, which is now starting to really pick up steam as regulatory issues in the U.S. begin to fall away and prevailing legislative changes continue to take shape. With a firm handle on both international transaction management capabilities and the development of custom mobile solutions, CSRH, through its lead operational business unit and wholly-owned subsidiary ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (359), is in a prime position to deliver customized real money gaming executions for this burgeoning market, fully leveraging their proprietary mobile platform.

Mobile is quickly becoming the key enabler technology for the online real money gambling market. According to a report published last year by Eilers Research, mobile now accounts for over 46% of all social casino game revenues worldwide. Online gambling, including sports betting, mobile casinos and various types of lotteries, is becoming more and more popular around the world, but the domestic market is surprisingly ripe for growth due to lagging regulatory oversight.

Caesars Entertainment (NASDAQ:CZR), one of the biggest operators in this space, with their World Series of Poker and Playtika operations, recently displaced Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA) as the top social casino game publisher, with around 18.6% of the market, on strength of properties like Slotomania and Bingo Blitz. Caesars even beat out DoubleDown Casino operators, International Game Technology (NYSE:IGT) last year for Gaming Intelligence’s Social Gaming Operator of the Year award. Social casino games alone have shot up to around $2.9 billion globally according to analysis by SuperData Research, which sees 2015 total spend figures of around $4.4 billion when all platforms are accounted for, and Juniper Research sees the U.S. mobile gambling market alone as potentially surpassing $100 billion within just the next two years.

Consorteum Holdings has put together a real winner for companies looking to acquire market share in this increasingly hot industry, which is still only being addressed by a handful of big players. CSRH’s thin client application approach utilizes a cloud computing architecture and is further empowered by a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that enables extremely sophisticated, graphically rich deployments that can run smoothly on virtually any mobile device, and which do not require complex re-development coding work or patching by the end user. This approach gives developers a huge advantage over native applications and makes the overall experience more fluid for gamers at the same time, carrying with it certain security advantages that lend themselves naturally to the world of online mobile compliance gaming. The 359 platform allows developers to develop once and then seamlessly deploy anywhere, freeing mobile users of having to continually download new versions due to changes to the game or due to device operating system updates, as the versioning is all handled server-side.

Only three states in the U.S. currently have legal online casinos, New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware, a fact which has left much of the market open to offshore entities, mostly from Europe. But the success of New Jersey in particular, which accounted for 87.7% of U.S. online casino revenues last year, with some $122 million, shows how much potential there is to grow in the underdeveloped domestic space and how much territory is still open to developers. The sector has yet to see the kind of third party developer boom that has already been seen in traditional online console, PC and web-based gaming.

Mobile’s effect on online gambling is profound and a report published last year by Reportlinker estimates that mobile will see double-digit growth rates through 2018, by which time it will take up over 40% of the online gambling market. Little wonder really, as International Data Corporation reported recently that the smartphone market hit a new milestone last year, with over 1 billion units shipped. A new report out early this year from eMarketer also indicates that over 1 billion people worldwide will use a tablet in 2015, and that figure is estimated as growing to around 1.43 billion over the next three years.

Consorteum Holdings’ recent multi-year license agreement with Nevada’s NYG Holdings, which gives the company the ability to modify various aspects of the CAPSA platform for selling mobile gaming and wagering programs in Canada, Mexico and part of the U.S., further enhances CSRH’s momentum in this dynamic space. CASPA, an already regulatory-approved platform, combined with 359’s mobile hybrid solution and the company’s rights under the license agreement to rebrand and market CASPA under a new name, gives CSRH even more firepower to hit their targets in the rapidly growing North American online gambling market. Key aspects of the proprietary 359 platform, regarding geo-location and geo-fencing capabilities, also help put CSRH at the head of the pack when it comes to offering developers an easy solution for managing the existing regulatory environment.

Easily navigating complex regulatory waters, while still also maximizing customer engagement and increasing their ARPU (average revenue per user), as well as retained DAU (daily active user) levels is difficult, but CSRH has the tools developers need to get the job done. Because CSRH’s proprietary platform comes backed up by sophisticated loyalty program development know-how and comprehensive end user data aggregation technologies, and because the company understands that the real trick to maintaining long term profitability is being able to maintain steady customer retention, not just acquire new users.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH): It’s All About Mobile Content Delivery

February 9, 2015

The challenge of mobile content has been growing in recent years. This is not to say that companies aren’t getting a handle on how to deliver desktop-quality content to mobile devices, but it is a matter of delivering it on a much larger scale than ever before as the sphere of mobile devices grows every year with new smartphones and tablets making it into the marketplace and the number of mobile-device users continuing to grow.

And as the mobile universe grows, the disconnect between devices grows as well. Not only are there three major mobile operating systems on the market – Google’s Android, Apple’s iOS and Microsoft’s Windows Phone – there have been sightings of other startup OSs looking for their own piece of the pie. And as one might expect, with different operating systems, it is difficult for some companies to reach all mobile users with their same content and messaging without having to cater to each platform separately. Not to mention the security challenges with data crossing from one platform to a dissonant platform.

This is where Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH) provides some answers that help several verticals improve their content and their capacity to deliver their content seamlessly and flawlessly to multiple platforms.

In many verticals like government, online gaming, marketing, healthcare, banking and others, segregating target audiences by their operating system can greatly fracture any opportunities for growth in a vertical. But with Consorteum Holdings’ portfolio as an aggregator of mobile technologies, a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) is a prominent solution to the challenge of delivering rich online content and security to any mobile device. With UMI, content is rich, robust and able to easily be read and responded to from any mobile device, without any extra effort by the sender to make the content compliant with the different platforms.

As the mobile universe continues to grow, the potential for UMI continues to grow.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Device Agnostic, Hybrid Architecture Ideal for Mobile Game Publishing & Payments

February 2, 2015

Consorteum Holdings has set itself up as a position player in the booming world of mobile gaming and secure payments, putting together a rich set of technological innovations like their proprietary Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) platform that allows content developers unprecedented levels of ease when it comes to executing device agonistic and easily updated apps. But the powerful mix of distributed applications that can be delivered via the company’s highly secure, hybrid Thin Client Server architecture, which isolates the servers from user’s mobile devices and can realize content delivery that is fully web available, device resident (native), or a combination of both, isn’t just great for gaming.

This architecture is also perfect for executing cost-effective and easily updated apps for the worlds of finance, government, and healthcare. Streamlined app development standards are combined with powerful back-end marketing capabilities that do all the heavy lifting when it comes to managing an effective marketing campaign. The ability to target patrons according to big data vectors, using parameters like age, GPS-driven geolocation, as well as prior responses to previously offered promotionals like coupons, are a huge advantage for retail, but also easily translate into more effective apps for other spheres of endeavor like local government agencies.

With a new report out recently from Digi-Capital showing that the gaming industry is now indeed white-hot, with acquisitions and IPOs running at an all-time record high last year to the tune of around $24 billion, and Apple handing in record quarterly profit figures of $18 billion thanks to some 74.5 million iPhone sales in Q1 alone, it is a heady time for mobile publishing experts like Consorteum Holdings, which also specializes in transaction management. In fact, mobile payment solutions and transaction management is emerging as one of the hottest segments of the mobile space, and CSRH’s capabilities in this area are firmly reinforced by extensive experience in North America and abroad when it comes to developing turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions.

As a technology and services aggregator that can deliver full-spectrum results through a hearty mix of on-deck partnerships and license agreements, CSRH is able to easily handle even the highly nuanced world of mobile compliance gaming, and their wholly-owned 359 subsidiary, which developed the UMI, is well known for hitting even the high standards set by the likes of the Nevada Gaming Commission when it comes to secure commerce, app performance, geolocation, and geofencing. This same set of tools and capabilities translates immediately into the world of banking and ecommerce as well, giving CSRH’s security-focused Thin Client Server architecture even more of a chance to shine, especially in an era where identity theft is becoming more and more of a major concern, both financial customers and institutions themselves.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Breaking Down Barriers to Mobile Marketing

January 23, 2015

There are several sectors in the economy that have become high-demand for mobile devices, and others that really want to embrace mobile technology to penetrate desired markets with their marketing initiatives.

Whether it’s banking, healthcare, entertainment, sports, government or even retail, reaching out to an increasingly mobile audience can be difficult with the number of devices and the fragmentation of the mobile marketplace between multiple operating systems. And believe it or not, some of those operating systems really do not “talk” to each other well – which mean that if you only work with one platform, your marketing message will miss a good portion of your audience simply because their platform doesn’t support the rich content you are offering them without scrambling it or showing it in very low quality. That often means that, as a marketer, you have to create multiple marketing channels for each mobile platform so you don’t lose any potential customers due to device segregationism.

Research and engineering work by Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH) has enabled marketing and mobile transactions and payments across virtually any mobile device using what is called the Universal Mobile Interface (UMI). With UMI, several verticals are now better able to procure customers with rich end-user experiences, whether it is online casino gaming, sporting events, healthcare and banking. UMI along with Thin Client Server through Consorteum Holdings’ wholly owned subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, can deliver rich experiences and cutting-edge security for any mobile platform for secure transactions.

With these innovations, Consorteum Holdings is putting itself in prime position to be a top answer for reaching every mobile-device audience available with efficiency, security and reliability.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Holds a Key to Universal Mobile Marketing

January 15, 2015

Marketing to mobile devices has become the new Holy Grail quest for many businesses. Mobile technology has become more and more dominant in today’s society, with more and more people having mobile phones, smartphones and tablets connected to their hips in some way or another as we as humans have become more mobile – kind of like our nomadic ancestors.

One big difference now is that with mobile devices, we can communicate with friends and loved ones while we are on the go. And equally stark in contrast is that there are businesses in the world that have marketing messages to send each of us, but often the communication of those messages can get scrambled thanks to differences in cellular carriers, phone types and operating systems.

And if you are a marketer, you would want to find a way to send a message to a mobile device and have the message read and understood without segregating your audience by operating system or phone brand. Your message is important to everyone with whom you come in contact, but it can be time-consuming to format a message in three or four different mobile platforms just so your target audience gets the full richness of the graphics, videos and messaging.

Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH), and its wholly owned subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, have been working diligently for five years researching and engineering what is called the Universal Mobile Interface (UMI), which allows for rich content, images, videos and messaging to be sent from one device to any other device without garbling, scrambling or lost images. Marketers would not need to send their message through various platforms to reach every type of device; instead, marketers would send a message once and the UMI would develop the message and have it appear on a recipient’s device looking exactly as the message that was originally sent. All of the richness and graphic appeal would show up on a Nokia Lumia, iPhone or Samsung Galaxy. No more segregating a target audience based on device – now all of your prospects with similar interests, regardless of the device they own, would get the message clearly and robustly.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Penetrating Hot, Core Markets to Build Growth Momentum

January 9, 2015

Consorteum Holdings directs its efforts on developing relationships and licensing agreements that will serve to place it front and center in several emerging mobile markets. The company is capable of delivering mobile content to end users who will use their smart phones in ways that were not even possible five years ago. CSRH’s Universal Mobile Interface solution aims to open up opportunities in several sectors and verticals. By specializing in delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and products through a mix of on-deck partnerships, the company operates as a technology and services aggregator to meet the diverse needs of its client base. The company also has broad expertise within the Payments and Transaction Industry in North America and internationally.

CSRH’s mobile solutions combine a Hybrid Mobile Application with a Thin Client Server platform. This combination enables it to deliver what’s referred to as “Thin Client Applications” to mobile devices. Its Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) solution cultivates business opportunities in sectors such as healthcare, government, e-commerce and banking.

As for the public sector, governments generate excess amounts of paperwork and consider employee payroll one of its heaviest operating expenses. Adding mobile access to government departments would improve accessibility which in turn would lead to shrinking backlogs and reducing costs. Due to the sensitive nature of citizen’s information, the company’s 359 Thin Client Server / Hybrid Mobile Application would provide the security required for governmental transactions.

Today Consorteum is able to create customized programs for maximum 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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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Seeks to Unify Mobile Once and for All

December 26, 2014

While many of us love our freedom with our mobile devices, we all know and are frustrated by a certain lack of freedom when it comes to using our mobile devices with others. While we are able to un-tether ourselves from landlines and be able to communicate with lots of people around the world from our cars, the sidewalk or from atop a nearby hill, we still feel handcuffed due to the control that our device manufacturers and our cellular network providers love to maintain on us.

We would love to be able to communicate freely and share information openly without restriction based on the fact that your device may be an Android smartphone on the Verizon network while your friend has an iPhone on AT&T. The truth is, however, that our varying devices, operating systems and cellular providers are all obstacles that our content provider must overcome in order to make a proper delivery of a message – and sometimes those obstacles are just too much, and the message does not look anything like what the original did before it was sent.

Consorteum Holdings is a company that is making innovative steps toward unifying all devices regardless of their hardware, software or network. ThreeFiftyNine, a wholly owned subsidiary of Consorteum, has been engineering for five years to develop the Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) to create a mobile platform that can serve various marketing initiatives and transaction processing for many verticals for any device on any network using any mobile operating system. Currently, Consorteum is seeing its platform increase efficiency in online casino gaming verticals and is developing more effective mobile transaction processing in several other areas. This indicates strong potential for growth for the UMI, ThreeFiftyNine and Consorteum Holdings as the number of mobile devices in the market grows, along with the number of operating systems and the proliferation of devices both in smartphones and tablets.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) to Deploy Next-Gen Mobile Engagement Solutions with Public & Private Sector Clients

December 17, 2014

Consorteum’s wholly owned ThreeFiftyNine Inc. (359) subsidiary aims to work closely with clients to rapidly develop and launch online content using a thin-client server and hybrid mobile application architecture, in conjunction with their proprietary UMI (Universal Mobile Interface), which negates much of the processing load for end-user mobile devices, while also freeing the client of certain development restrictions. A tightly integrated development pipeline between the client and 359 can thus focus on maximum capture of key aspects like characteristics of the target audience itself, goals for the particular brand, and other complex mobile campaign marketing considerations. Considerations like harnessing the big data to drive demographically-focused patron engagement, through features like dynamically scripted conversations and push notifications.

The company’s UMI makes it possible to develop rich, graphically robust content once and then deploy seamlessly everywhere across the mobile space, without having to get bogged down by technical considerations created by the growing diversity of mobile devices out there, or the need to ensure content will be displayed properly on the end-user’s specific device. This amazing ability of the UMI, the result of over five years of engineering and millions of dollars in one-time development costs, to render content in the correct display format irrespective of the end-user’s specific device, shaves massive amounts off the development cycle time generally required to deploy sophisticated content. This ability also frees up much-needed development resources for application to core engagement mechanics, like using the platform’s built in geo-location and geo-fencing technology to conduct geographically-aware initiatives.

All of these technical capabilities combined allow the company’s clients to create highly nuanced marketing campaigns that can target patrons by age, gender or previous responses to other offers, allowing for high return value direct engagement using promotionals like coupons, reward programs, special offers, and interactive sweepstakes. The ability to execute such engagement in a geographically-aware and big data-driven fashion, directly with patrons, using rapidly proliferating mobile devices as the conduit, allows CSRH’s clients to facilitate patron engagement with a level of market granularity that is essentially unprecedented. This kind of end market granularity that can hit the target market at the street level has proven itself to be absolutely key to the success of marketing campaigns and the logistical upside of such solutions isn’t limited to the sphere of commercial deployments either.

The same kinds of solutions that can transform patron engagement in the commercial sphere can also bring tremendous benefits to public sector entities like government agencies. Agencies who really need and can harness the power of big data, as well as geo-location and geo-fencing, to reduce operating expenses and improve the efficacy of a variety of tasks, ranging from personnel and resource management, to the roll out of improved transparency solutions for constituents. For instance, being able to effectively coordinate emergency response in real-time, as well as actively map resources and personnel, is a potential game changer for disaster response or preparedness exercises. Moreover, the robust security capabilities of the company’s thin-client server and hybrid mobile application architecture, empowered by develop once – deploy anywhere delivery, means that the security requirements related to ensuring sensitive/personal citizen information can be handled easily and maintained/updated via the remote server in a consistent manner.

The situational awareness achievable for government agencies when it comes to sprawling personnel and resource networks, through applications developed and deployed using the company’s technology, can save huge sums of taxpayer monies, while alleviating or eliminating daunting backlogs and generally making government more readily accessible. It likely hasn’t even dawned on many government agencies yet just how far they can go with such solutions. Giving users real-time access to the workflow occurring within government offices when it comes to appointments, paperwork, and progress on a given issue, could transform the face of local, state, and federal government itself.

Perhaps more importantly, such solutions allow for unprecedented voter engagement when it comes to developing consensus on a given issue or a piece of legislation. Such solutions could one day also help us transform the nature of how we elect representatives as well, giving us all the tools needed to effect meaningful political change in a geographically-aware and highly granular fashion.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Can Deliver Digital Content across any Cellular Network to any Mobile Device

December 11, 2014

No wonder everything is moving to mobile. The smart phones we carry around now have more computer power than all of NASA back in 1969 when NASA put two astronauts on the moon!

Opportunities abound in this fast moving space and there’s a growing demand for new mobile content, interfaces, platforms and payment solutions. Consorteum Holdings, Inc. is focused on capitalizing on this demand. The company has developed the capability to deliver any digital content across any cellular network to any mobile device. Consorteum’s mobile solutions combine a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform, allowing it to deliver thin client applications to mobile devices.

Consoteum understands how complex it is to deliver digital media content across multiple different mobile operating systems and user interfaces. These complexities have created enormous barriers to launching commercial initiatives. The company is able to create customized programs to maximize results. This approach provides flexibility in solutions which results in faster deployment of technologies and competitive pricing.

As a mobile publisher and a mobile transaction management solution provider, Consorteum has the resources to bring rich mobile content to end-users and provide turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions.

Utilizing their subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, Consorteum has access to the Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) solution which opens up opportunities in multiple business verticals. The UMI supports over 1,500 different handset/tablets; contains multiple security functions including geo-location technologies; and offers the company a unique way of delivering optimum display content and device functionality to any mobile device.

Consorteum provides mobile payment transaction solutions through their proprietary CAPSA mobile platform which enables the secure transmission of financial information to individual handset owners. Since 2011, Consorteum has been focused on licensing the CAPSA software platform for use in the vertical markets surrounding mobile sports betting and casino gaming.

Consorteum’s mobile solutions can serve multiple business verticals and they have current initiatives in mobile gaming, mobile betting and transaction processing. The proprietary technology gives Consorteum the ability to deliver digital content across any cellular network to any mobile device and positions the company to capitalize on the ever-expanding mobile market.

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Consorteum Holdings Inc. (CSRH) Making Big Bet on Unified Mobile Platform

December 4, 2014

The concept of a unified mobile platform among Windows Phone, Android and iOS devices is a concept being wielded by Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH) with its recent license agreement with NYG for the CAPSA platform used for mobile gaming.

Mobile gaming has gained huge presence in popularity, what with the thrill of gaming itself and the ability for it to be accessed on mobile devices in an increasingly mobilized world. The idea of physical casinos is becoming almost passé now as gamers of all stripes are using their smartphones, mobile phones and tablets in ways never before considered. Though most of the devices in the market run on either the Android or iOS platforms, it is difficult to unify those on a grand scale mainly because one is open-source and the other is not.

Often companies have to create two different platforms to be able to access the two expansive markets. However, Consorteum Holdings has been working with the CAPSA platform, which has gained approval by the very stringent Nevada gaming board to be used on mobile devices of all types, and Consorteum is working with a development team to create what is being called a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that would make mobile gaming seamless and the card transaction secure and hassle-free.

The secret to good mobile gaming is a smooth transaction process, and Consorteum Holdings is preparing to ride the wave of mobile gaming, which is expected to balloon by almost 60 percent in 2015 from 2013 levels, to about $22 billion. Consorteum is planning to leverage its five-year license deal with NYG to market UMI as the tool for all mobile gaming platforms, which could put Consorteum right on the top of the mobile gaming movement.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Making Strides in Demanding Mobile Healthcare Space

November 26, 2014

Consorteum Holdings has endeavored for the last three years at developing relationships and licensing agreements that are positioning the company to become an undeniable competitor in the white hot mobile marketplace. The company has the ability to deliver mobile content to end users who use their smart phones in ways that could not even have been imagined five years ago.

CSRH’s Universal Mobile Interface solution is poised to create opportunities in a variety of business verticals. The company specializes in the delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and products through a combination of partnerships, license agreements, and joint venture revenue share strategies. Operating as a technology and services resource for its client base, the company leverages several products and services with turn-key like efficiency and payment transaction processing solutions.

Among the many different sectors Consorteum has in its sights to boost shareholder value, no other sector appears to be more demanding and in need of differentiated solutions like mobile healthcare. Like the financial and government sectors, mobile health care information is sensitive and requires a high level of security. The 359 Thin Client Server / Hybrid Mobile Application is designed to provide the required security for health care transactions. The health care industry by nature is labor and data intensive, both of which have traditionally been highly cost intensive. By allowing patients secure access to their medical information, health care institutions are minimizing their expenses.

Consorteum Holdings is intimately aware of the complexities of delivering digital media content across mobile devices. Many different operating systems, user interfaces, and form factors have created enormous barriers to launching commercial initiatives. CSRH’s mobile solution combines a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform, allowing it to deliver thin client applications that are handset agnostic. 359’s Universal Mobile Interface (“UMI”) supports over 1500 different handset/tablets that enable the company to offer a unique capability to deliver optimum display content and device functionality to virtually any mobile device.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Universal Mobile Interface to Provide Key Advantage to Content Developers as Mobile Gaming Continues Growing

November 20, 2014

The advent of ubiquitous smartphone technology has created an unprecedented pipeline for gaming industry developers to reach massive new audiences through the mobile device and a recent study of the gaming industry by noted sector trade group, the Entertainment Software Association, has even detailed how mobile gaming growth outstripped the broader U.S. economy between 2009 and 2012 by a factor of four. Projections of there being a whopping 1.75B smartphone users globally by year’s end from eMarketer, combined with DFC Intelligence’s 59% growth projection for the global gaming business by 2018, gives investors very clear forward guidance on the health of the mobile gaming space.

Newzoo’s estimates from last month on the mobile gaming market indicate that mobile revenues will trump the console market as early as next year, with mobile gaming moving from around $25B this year, to $30.3B in 2015. Newzoo’s projections are also in-line with the SuperData Research figures for 2014, showing a more conservative $21.1B for 2014, and SuperData sees mobile gaming moving up to around $40B within the next three years alone. Also among the noteworthy data points, we see the possibility that Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) revenues could potentially double those of the legendary console and game developer behind titles like Super Smash Bros., as well as platforms like the Wii U and DS/3DS, Nintendo (OTCM:NTDOY), as early as this year. Apple is on track to generate some $4B in revenue from games this year (Nintendo’s shrinking game tally was around $2.4B last year), with Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) coming in a close second, at around $3B, clearly demonstrating how big mobile has become.

However, one of the consistent problem areas in the mobile gaming industry has been the cost and development time required to execute all aspects of a given product’s content/design across an increasingly dizzying array of platforms. While Flash technology has long been an industry favorite, used to execute Facebook versions of hit games like Candy Crush Saga, that game’s developer, King Digital Entertainment, had to develop their own proprietary C++ based mobile game engine, fiction factory, to properly execute the full-feature standalone versions for iOS and Android. This development approach is pretty much the industry standard, but represents a great deal of overhead that will only increase as more mobile users become gamers and more games are developed, updated, and patched.

ThreeFiftyNine (359), the development subsidiary of Consorteum Holdings (OTC:CSRH), has a powerful, device-agnostic, universal solution for mobile gaming developers that will allow them to publish once and still deliver content to any mobile device, with the intended display format intact. 359’s mobile hybrid solution, the Universal Mobile Interface (UMI), allows developers to forego the costly reprogramming required (not to mention the hassle for users who simply have to download the app one time and then can bypass updates) whenever they want to push new content to users or update their application’s content, further enabling mobile content providers to more easily reach the largest possible customer base.

Moreover, 359’s UMI solution provides enhanced security features by isolating the client’s servers from mobile devices via “Thin Client Server” architecture. This is particularly important for compliance management in the rapidly growing world of online gambling, an aggregate space estimated by H2 Gambling Capital as climbing to $44B per annum by next year alone, up sharply from just $34B in 2012. Juniper Research analysis goes even further, explaining that online wagers via mobile from all platforms is expected to hit $100B by 2017, creating a huge opportunity for a company like CSRH, whose own platform has been approved by the gold standard in regulatory gaming, the Nevada Gaming Board.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) – Taking Mobile Solutions to the Next Level

November 13, 2014

Consorteum Holdings has a knack for delivering rich mobile content to end users who are using their mobile devices in ways that could not have been fathomed a mere five years ago. Through a mix of joint venture revenue sharing arrangements, license agreements and on-deck partnerships, Consorteum is engaging in the delivery of mobile content, payment solutions and products. For the last three years, the company has intentionally focused on developing these key partnerships and agreements in order to accomplish the following business goals:

• To ensure its clients see themselves as partners (and not just technology providers);

• To create more long-lasting, gainful relationships with its technology partners; and

• To gain a prominent position in the emerging mobile gaming market.

Operationally, Consorteum functions as a technology and services aggregator in order to answer the needs of its diverse client list. The company relies on its management team’s broad knowledge of the payments and transaction industry in North America and internationally and pulls from an extensive array of products and services in order to develop its end-to-end, turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions.

Consorteum’s Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) solution is a technological boon. The UMI comes equipped with advanced security functions, including geo-location technologies, and supports thousands of different mobile handsets and tablets. This offers Consorteum a novel way of delivering optimal display content and device functionality to any mobile device and opens up numerous opportunities in multiple business verticals. This could be why the company has strategically designed its mobile initiatives so that they create recurring transactions in the future.

Consorteum is focused on marketing and licensing mobile software worldwide. Working with advanced global solutions, Consorteum is able to create personalized programs for maximum results. This approach allows for incredible flexibility when it comes to the solutions presented, and results in the faster and smarter implementation of technologies, in extremely competitive pricing and in the promise of new revenue streams.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Suite of Solutions Centers on Security, Innovation

November 4, 2014

Consorteum is establishing relationships and licensing agreements that strengthen its position in the emerging mobile gaming market. Leveraging its 359 Universal Mobile Interface and a blend of partnerships and joint-venture revenue share agreements, Consorteum specializes in the delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and products for clients in a range of core markets.

Consorteum’s 359 UMI is developed to provide security for mobile financial transactions and information access. In regards to the healthcare market, the company’s Mobile Health Care solution utilizes the 359 Thin Client Server/Hybrid Mobile Application to provide high-level security for health care transactions.

By giving patients secure access to their medical information, healthcare facilities can minimize unnecessary expenses. As noted on the Consorteum website, the potential benefits of optimized patient processing are based on the ability for:

• Secure account access and mobile health records (clients can success appointment and results information as well as review health records)
• Medication notifications and automatic refills (it is often critical that medications not be combined, mobile records could save lives)
• Real time insurance co-pay information for prescriptions
• Records update for emergency personnel (having access to a patient’s medical history will save time and assist in emergency treatment)
• Non-emergency medical inquiries(medical practitioners can avoid expense visits by interacting with patients on-line or mobile)

For e-commerce and banking solutions, Consorteum maintains this commitment to security, providing secure mobile financial transactions and information access. The 359 UMI platform will allow mobile users to restrict their financial transactions by “Geo-Fencing” their own transactions or allowing specific transactions, and provides them with access to real time updates on all their accounts. Other potential UMI applications could include:

• Mobile commerce in conjunction with the Consorteum debit card
• Allowing customers to monitor identity theft by geo-fencing region of use
• Mobile blue tooth debit
• Retail/restaurant smart phone purchases
• Mobile account balances and updates in real time
• Mobile to Consorteum ATM interface
• Targeted retail advertising through Geo-location and Geo-fencing technologies

In addition to the aforementioned markets, Consorteum offers services and solutions for mobile government, mobile compliance gaming and more.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Inks License Agreement with NYG Holdings

October 28, 2014

Today, Consorteum Holdings reported it has entered into a multi-year license agreement with multi-year license agreement with NYG Holdings LLC. Pursuant to a sale order approved by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California, NYG purchased various assets from named debtors Game2Mobile and Tarsin Inc., including right, title, and interest in the CAPSA platform.

The agreement has an initial term of five years, renewable annually upon mutual agreement. Under the agreement, Consorteum will be able to modify aspects of the CAPSA platform, combine it with other technological advances created by CSRH’s development subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine (“359″), and rebrand and market it under a new name. Additionally, Consorteum received sublicense rights under the new agreement’s terms. Consorteum will receive credit for sums advanced pursuant to the previous Tarsin, Inc. license. The new license agreement also provides for royalty payments to NYG beginning 18 months after the effective date of the license agreement.

Craig Fielding, CEO of Consorteum and President of 359, stated, “We are thrilled to have the ability to combine certain attributes of the NYG platform with 359’s mobile hybrid solution. Securing the rights to build upon this regulatory-approved platform further enhances our exciting mobile product offerings.”

In October 2012, Consorteum inked a license agreement with Tarsin, Inc., which enabled it to license the CAPSA platform for sales of mobile gaming and wagering programs throughout Canada, Mexico, and for certain customers in the United States. Thereafter, Consorteum had remitted certain sums as advances for the license. After Consorteum and Tarsin’s finalization of the agreement, Tarsin filed a voluntary petition for bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of California. Consorteum was a creditor in this bankruptcy case, which was Case No. 13-53607.

As discussed in Consorteum’s Annual Report on 10k form, Consorteum decided to reserve the entire amount of the Tarsin receivable until an outcome was reached in the bankruptcy case. Now with the Bankruptcy Court’s approval of sale of the debtor’s assets, including CAPSA to NYG Holdings, the way was opened for Consorteum to enter into a new, enhanced, multi-year licensing agreement with NYG Holdings.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Thin Client Server, UMI & Hybrid Applications Mobile Content Delivery Platform Easily Cuts Across Sectors

October 23, 2014

Consorteum Holdings has put together a remarkable mix of mobile technologies, partnerships and licensing agreements, placing the company at the forefront of a variety of potential solution development markets like mobile compliance gaming, e-commerce/banking, mobile healthcare, and mobile government. At the core of it all is a thin-client architecture and proprietary UMI (Universal Mobile Interface) which hurdle two fundamental obstacles in the world of mobile computing: device-specific processing limitations and the need to maintain/update client-side versioning. Of course, the UMI also makes it easier for customers to deliver rich content to the user’s device without having to jump through all the time-sink and complexity issue hoops that crop up when you are developing for a standalone execution.

The UMI, developed by CSRH’s wholly-owned subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine Inc. (359), is a marvel of universalized content delivery, as it is able to simply take whatever content the customer has designed, identify the user’s mobile device and then render everything in the appropriate display format. This allows developers to code once and publish everywhere, rather than trying to laboriously recode the application to meet device-specific requirements, a process which otherwise must also be done every time they want to push a new version to clients.

This capability is especially useful in the mobile gaming market, which is on-track to reach from $22B to $26B globally within the next two years alone. One of the keys to attracting gamers and keeping them engaged with a given product is feature-rich content and gorgeous graphics. A difficult task to execute effectively on its own, this task is made all the more difficult if costly development uptime is taken away from core content and spent coding for various device specifications. The UMI allows developers to focus on making the game they want and making it look/feel great, instead of trying to make sure that their vision isn’t ruined by device-specific limitations or an inability to execute the crucial user interface elements effectively on a given set of devices.

The thin-client architecture, which uses a remote server and cloud computing framework to alleviate the heavy computational lifting otherwise required to be performed on the user’s device, also gives developers considerable breathing room to create powerful applications with high-resolution graphics, without slowing down the user’s device inordinately or placing a given application out of the reach of older devices. A Thin Client Server platform like the one employed by CSRH’s platform also allows for improved security, presenting developers with a pipelining solution that makes the platform ideal for mobile compliance gaming. Fully leveraging the power of a hybrid application format, which uses a web app combined with a native client wrapper, Thin Client Server applications have the power to transform the world of real money mobile gambling. The company’s platform is one of a select few cleared by the gold standard in regulatory gaming, the Nevada Gaming Board, and opens up the world of sports and horse betting as well as casino games like keno and video blackjack to a vast, growing market of mobile users.

This same platform capability allows for some compelling opportunities in the world of mobile healthcare and mobile government as well, two other areas where security and the ability to deliver feature-rich content in real-time (without a ton of updating hassle) are paramount. Take mobile healthcare for instance, a world where health record data security is of increasing concern, what with HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) data breaches reaching record numbers. Office for Civil Rights (OCR) reportage at the recent OCR/NIST Conference on Safeguarding Health Information indicated that, this year alone there have been nearly 12M health data record breaches (according to Health and Human Services), including the record-breaking 4.5M Community Health Systems (CHS) breach in August.

Addresses, birth dates, names, social security and telephone numbers were all stolen in the breach at CHS, the second largest for-profit healthcare hospital system in the U.S. as of last year. Needless to say there is massive demand that is simply not being met for a more comprehensive approach to securing such data. A combination of shrewd encryption and mobile platforms, like the one offered by CSRH, could go a long ways towards addressing the problem.

The same concerns and platform benefits exist in the world of mobile government computing, where a combination of huge paperwork volumes (even larger than in healthcare in some cases), diverse logistics, a strong need for security and a persistent lack of accessibility, have created a perfect storm of opportunities. Moreover, the UMI platform’s sophisticated geo-location and geo-fencing capabilities, already proven in the world of compliance gaming, offers a ready means to create true logistical situational awareness for government entities, mapping personnel and equipment from all over the globe in real-time.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Focuses on Hybrid Applications for Mobile Gaming

October 16, 2014

The online and mobile gambling market is growing by leaps and bounds. The global market for gambling wagers made via mobile devices—in fact, for all forms of mobile and online gambling—is expected to grow by billions over the next few years. This trend toward increased mobile gambling supports the need for a mobile platform to meet new and existing compliance regulations.

Consorteum Holdings has developed an advanced Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that addresses the challenges facing compliance in the mobile gaming industry. Naturally, this sector is one of Consorteum’s primary areas of focus. The company recognizes that it has a competitive advantage because it has one of the first third-party-developed, regulatory-compliant mobile platforms for the delivery of gaming content, and it plans to capitalize on this first-to-market opportunity.

Content managers in security-sensitive industries, like gambling, have only a few mobile access options to consider. There are:

• Web Applications – They are accessed through a device’s mobile browser and provide a minimal user experience, restrictive content management, nonexistent security or compliance capability but do represent a low cost solution.

• Native Applications – They are resident on a mobile device, offer an exceptional user experience, minimal content management, high level of compliant security and have high reoccurring costs associated with hardware, operation system and content changes

• Hybrid Applications – A hybrid application, also called a thin client server application, is a web solution wrapped in a native application. The hybrid application offers an excellent user experience, the highest provision for content management, a high level of compliant security and comes at a lower cost – due to low reoccurring costs associated with its “develop once, deploy many” times architecture.

When a client’s interactions contain sensitive information, due to security restrictions, there are only two choices; native applications which require continual expensive reprogramming or a hybrid application where content management and device updates are not interdependent.

Through its subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, Consorteum is able to offer hybrid applications to clients. Built on a mobile platform, ThreeFiftyNine’s UMI offers a powerful solution for an economical investment. The platform allows developers to create, update and modify content while it maintains the device integration as well as content delivery and display. The company’s hybrid mobile interface provides for geo-location, geo-fencing, security and e-commerce while utilizing the native functionality of individual mobile devices. Mobile users only need to download the application once and the UMI delivers the content regardless of OS updates, new content or web site enhancements; this is the platform’s “develop once, deploy many” solution for mobile content.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Delivers Advanced Mobile Solutions

October 9, 2014

Consorteum helps businesses connect with customers. Companies who use the company’s fast mobile solutions can also benefit from unparalleled customer service and program documentation. ThreeFiftyNine, one of Consorteum’s wholly-owned subsidiaries, has developed a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that offers unmatched flexibility and advanced security options.


ThreeFiftyNine’s UMI platform allows content providers to develop and deploy their content to mobile devices while it identifies the mobile device being used and delivers the right display format for that device. The customer provides the mobile display content while ThreeFiftyNine delivers it with its UMI platform, allowing mobile content providers to reach the broadest customer base.

Without a universal platform, content providers have to reprogram their mobile application every time they update or add to their content; or a mobile device’s operating system is updated. ThreeFiftyNine’s UMI platform is the first available universal mobile content delivery solution that is based on web-standards and carrier-agnostic, operating system-agnostic, and device-agnostic.


Mobile content providers have a number of ways of presenting their content to mobile users. Their content can be mobile web available, resident on mobile devices or a combination of both. Usually, client content resides on client servers from where the content is accessed by mobile devices. For general information such as advertising, social media and event information, security issues are not important. When personal information and financial transactions are included in the client information however, security is critical.

ThreeFiftyNine addresses client security requirements by separating the client’s servers from the mobile devices. The subsidiary has developed a “Thin Client Server” platform to deliver client content in the proper mobile device format, regardless of the mobile device. Because the platform handles the mobile interface providing the optimal display to each mobile device, the application only needs to be downloaded to the mobile device once, irrespective of client updates or content additions, therefore limiting the chances of security breaches.

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Healthcare Data Security Lacking Muscle; Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) has the Fix

October 2, 2014

We see a lot of buzz about online security when it comes to bank and personal identification data, but not much about the security of our healthcare information. According to the Ponemon Institute, however, in 2014 more organizations reported a higher frequency and number of data breaches than the year prior. The same report shows that nearly 39 million individuals have had their “protected” healthcare information compromised in security and privacy breaches since 2009.

The good news is that the uptick in breaches has subsequently triggered a prioritization of data breach prevention. The bad news is that the 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report shows that healthcare organizations are behind the curve when it comes to implementing efficient privacy and security measures.

While concerns of healthcare security go unseen by the majority of us, recent data breaches at Target, Home Depot and several other large companies shed light on the magnitude and severity of compromised security. In response many relatively unknown companies are stepping forward with innovative technology capable of turning the tide.

Specializing in the delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and products through strategic partnerships, license agreements, and joint ventures, Consorteum Holdings offers mobile initiatives that benefit multiple business verticals; among them, mobile health care.

Consorteum’s 359 Thin Client Server / Hybrid Mobile Application, provides the HIPPA-required security for health care transactions. Another perk of the technology? Cost savings. By nature, the health care industry is extremely labor and record intensive, which translates into expensive. Consorteum’s solution, developed by its 359 subsidiary, allows patients secure access to their own medical information, thereby minimizing unnecessary expenses.

359 also developed Consorteum’s Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) platform, the first universal mobile content delivery solution available that is based on web-standards and is carrier, operating system, and device agnostic. The UMI platform could include optimized patient data processing and reduced costs as in the following examples:

• Secure account access and mobile health records (Clients can success appointment and results information as well as review health records)
• Medication notifications and automatic refills (It is often critical that medications not be combined, mobile records could save lives)
• Real-time insurance co-pay information for prescriptions
• Records update for emergency personnel (Having access to a patient’s medical history will save time and assist in emergency treatment)
• Non-emergency medical inquiries (Medical practitioners can avoid expense visits by interacting with patients online or mobile)

Verizon’s report shows that the biggest sources of breaches in the healthcare industry is loss or theft of employee’s devices (laptops, hard drives, USB drives, etc.), further compounded by a lack of encryption. By putting patients at the center of their own healthcare information, Consorteum offers healthcare providers a way to reduce labor costs while mitigating the risk of security breach among their staff.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Pipelining Solutions for Mobile Gaming Come into Focus as Market Goes Supernova

September 24, 2014

According to the latest Pew Research data on the U.S. mobile market, upwards of 58% of all Americans own a smartphone (some 42% of Americans own a tablet computer) and gaming is the hottest vector in the space, so hot in fact that adult women now make up 48% of the gaming market, largely on the strength of smartphone proliferation. Market research by NewZoo and AppLift have pegged the mobile gaming market phenomenology quite well with a $24B projection by 2016. A forecast that tracks well with the Gartner data, which also has the mobile gaming space doubling over a short period of time, with a revenue prediction suggesting the market will expand from the roughly $13.2B seen last year, to around $22B in 2015.

Either way, it seems clear that mobile gaming is an extremely hot market, with growth in Brazil, China, and India dominating the upward trend. Perhaps Morgan Stanley read the tea leaves best in describing Microsoft’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) $2.5B acquisition last week of Swedish indie developer Mojang AB, who made the smash hit Minecraft, as a smart move for the company’s Xbox business. But look at the fact that Minecraft is also the top paid app on both Android and iOS, where 40% of the game’s downloads occur, and you will realize the move is about much more than the console or PC markets, MSFT is moving to gain a sizeable foothold in mobile gaming here and industry analysts are starting to take note. Such games have an immediate appeal that cuts across language barriers (beside which, in-game multilanguage technology has come a long ways, making it easy to publish once for multiple languages irrespective of game engine in most cases) and the mega-hot Chinese mobile gaming market, set to grow a whopping 93% this year alone (projected 37.6% CAGR through 2018) according to market intelligence firm, Niko Partners, is a juicy target, especially considering AppLift/NewZoo’s data pegging China as 12% of the global market last year.

This portrait of the mobile gaming market brings players like Consorteum Holdings (CSRH) under a bright light indeed and the diligent work executed by CSRH in particular over the last few years, seamlessly tying together a network of key relationship and licensing agreements, is a compelling subject for the savvy investor to study. CSRH is a mobile solutions provider with the kind of rich transaction experience needed to move the ball down the field revenue-wise and acts as a support player/publishing and distribution enabler. Moreover, the company’s UMI (Universal Mobile Interface) solution is a verticals-spanning powerhouse technology that supercharges CSRH’s mastery of mobile payment/transaction solutions and content delivery.

Naturally, the transaction management and mobile solutions prowess of CSRH lends itself directly to the gambling end of the gaming spectrum and the company has wasted little time enmeshing themselves therein, utilizing a bold marketing and technology strategy that is designed to revolutionize the space. CSRH’s wholly-owned ThreeFiftyNine Inc. subsidiary (359) for instance is the only 3rd party developer cleared by the Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC). 359’s client-server application has been vetted successfully by the NGC and thanks to the company’s proprietary UMI platform, complete Geo-fencing and Geo-location compliance has been satisfied.

Of course, in this market, security is always a top watchword and the in-depth security capabilities of the company’s hybrid client-server app makes it very appealing for a pipeline solution to get gaming content onto mobile user’s devices. 359 uses a thin-client application to integrate a gaming provider’s backend with the company’s own client-server framework, pumping the content out for delivery and display, eliminating the cost and complexity for gaming providers related to updating device applications due to new code or new devices. The implications are staggering for anyone who understands the casino gaming space and gambling market in general. From mobile lottery and offerings like the Stations Casino’s Sportsbook application for sports and horse betting, to keno and casino games like video blackjack, the UMI approach to getting content to customers is lightweight but powerful.

A striking example of how agile CSRH can be came in May this year with the completion of development work on a mobile results app for live Keno with partner XpertX, Inc., which is seen as one of the industry leaders in Keno gaming today. The partners pulled off a comprehensive architecture from game server and feature integration, to publishing and distribution, including various support services like database management and hosting, in short time, leading XpertX founder and President, Eric Thomassian, to be extremely optimistic about live Keno being brought to mobile gaming in a jurisdiction-tuned fashion. Consorteum Holdings’ recent mobile app development contract signed between their 359 subsidiary and BetButler parent company, Bet Clearer Ltd., likely could’ve saved BetButler. Whose sizeable customer database is now up for grabs, with plans to settle with customers via a new company with “no conditions on withdrawal,” according to a Bet Clearer spokesman.

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