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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Serves Corporate, Higher Education, Public Sector and Legal Cannabis Entities with State-of-the-Art Solutions

July 17, 2017

  • Customized Web applications for all types of organizations
  • Innovative bitcoin payment solution for currently “unbankable” cannabis businesses
  • Record of growing revenues and decreasing costs, significantly exceeding current valuation

Enterprise-wide software company Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ) specializes in delivering customized Web applications for entities in the corporate world, higher education institutions, and the public sector.

The company was founded based on a desire to meet the increasing demands for relevant and timely information for personal and business management. Epazz aims to accommodate the information needs of institutions and corporations by enhancing communications between key constituents and stakeholders, with the end results of cutting costs and creating additional revenue sources.

Epazz’s solutions include the following:

  • BoxesOS V. 3.0 – BoxesOS is an enterprise software that maximizes communication and functionality for stakeholders, offering one-stop access to and secure, Internet-enabled integration for administrative operating systems. BoxesOS can immediately enhance communication among stakeholders and improve administrative utility, regardless of whether users are on legacy platforms or recent ERP implementations.
  • Enterprise Email Solution – Epazz Email Server is one of the most feature-rich email server systems available on the market, enabling users to categorize their inboxes, generate email lists, write automatic response emails and track incoming and outgoing mail. The Clam Anti-Virus plugin keeps email supremely secure.
  • Managed Hosting – Through BoxesOS, users have the option of offsite managed hosting. Epazz oversees all server needs while clients enjoy their intranet system without worrying about software updates or virus detection. Epazz ensures that BoxesOS has a 99.99 percent uptime, and since the server, hardware and software are managed by Epazz, users don’t need to buy additional hardware or software — it is all provided along with 24-hour phone and email support.
  • Pathways Integration Management – Epazz Pathways integrates clients’ applications to connect with their ERP or Legacy systems. Pathways Integration Suite allows a company’s intranet system to retrieve data from and return it to ERPs, and Pathways also provides a library of enterprise connectors and adapters to access multi data sources in one secure Web platform.
  • Virtual Private Server – Epazz employs a Virtual Private Server for clients’ company intranet systems, which divides a server into multiple servers so each account functions like a dedicated (or independent) server. Customers enjoy the benefits of a dedicated server at a shared cost — it saves companies up to 75 percent on hosting costs — while still keeping their data private and secure. VPS further provides plentiful storage space and customization to meet a company’s needs.
  • Virtual Private Network – Epazz’s virtual private network enables clients to chat, comment and share within a cloud-based intranet as well as create their company’s own private network through VPN. User access, workflow and sharable files are user-friendly.

Other state-of-the-art solutions offered by Epazz include document management, knowledge management, content management, Web collaboration, and a learning management system. The company additionally offers services that include integration to administrative operating systems, integration to enterprise resource planners, integration to accounting solutions, application development, website development, Flash courseware development, and training.

Additionally, Epazz recently forayed into serving the legal cannabis market with ZenaPay, which is an innovative bitcoin payment solution for marijuana businesses. Because cannabis enterprises are currently “unbankable” in the United States due to federal restrictions, most dispensaries and other marijuana-related businesses are forced to conduct cash transactions. Epazz’s solution enables cannabis users to make secure purchases online and at the point-of-sale using bitcoin. Because bitcoin digital currency facilitates the transfer of funds independent of banks and the FDIC, it is the perfect solution for cannabis businesses to help them sidestep current federal restrictions and access much-needed payment processing solutions.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Offers Pay Dirt to 420 Industry with Zenapay Bitcoin Solution

July 14, 2017

  • Bitcoin payment solution for cannabis industry
  • Software to ensure Sarbanes Oxley 404 Compliance
  • Epazz BoxesOS™ enterprise resource planning to automate and integrate business processes

For cannabis dispensaries that can’t bank on banks, Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ) is offering a way to accept payments that is just as reliable and secure as having a merchant account. Through its ZenaPay payment system, patients and customers of cannabis establishments will be able to purchase bitcoin and use the cryptocurrency to make their purchases. ZenaPay also comes with a “wallet” that allows bitcoin to be stored for later use. The system offers a way out of the dilemma faced by the cannabis industry. On the one hand, since under federal law (the Controlled Substances Act) cannabis remains a Schedule 1 substance, transmitting funds derived from its sale is illegal, and depositary institutions risk running afoul of federal regulators, under the purview of which the majority of them fall. On the other hand, dealing with large amounts of cash increases the likelihood of criminal activity. However, with bitcoin payments through ZenaPay, dispensaries get the best elements of two worlds: safety and reliability that matches the “online” banking system together with the anonymity and privacy of cash.

Bitcoin may have earned a bad rap as the currency of the darknet and sites that traffic in illegal substances such as the Silk Road. However, according to a recent study undertaken by a team from the University of Cambridge (http://dtn.fm/oB1ic), the use of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is widespread. Currently, the ‘number of unique active users of crypocurrency wallets is estimated to be between 2.9 million and 5.8 million.’ Moreover, ‘as of April 2017, the combined market value of all cryptocurrencies is $27 billion’.

Developed by person or persons unknown under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, bitcoin was designed to be ‘a purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash (which) would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution’, according to the paper announcing its development (http://dtn.fm/7jVJ3). The crucial aspect, of course, is that a bitcoin transaction does not go through a financial institution. Nevertheless, the transaction is made just as secure by encryption, as it is in the “online” system where a bank verifies and ensures the security of the transaction.

In May, Epazz announced the beta launch of ZenaPay (http://dtn.fm/2eVFH), which offers benefits for both dispensaries and their customers. For sellers impoverished by high charges on their merchant accounts, ZenaPay will lower transaction costs. It will also, naturally, reduce the amounts of cash they have to handle to national levels, which, according to a Fed study (http://dtn.fm/1QkHS), comprised only 32 percent of consumer transactions in 2015, down from 40 percent in 2012. Accepting bitcoin will, in addition, endow a merchant with a trendier image likely to appeal to Millennials. Buyers benefit from a medium that has many of the characteristics of cash, such as acceptability, anonymity, divisibility, durability, limited supply, portability and uniformity. Indeed, bitcoins are much more divisible than cash. It is quite okay to have one-hundredth million (0.00000001) of a bitcoin, although what you can buy with that is unclear.

Recently, Epazz announced its first quarter results for 2017 (http://dtn.fm/xX2J3). The company reported unaudited revenues of $473,974, which were 14 percent higher than the $416,260 for the first quarter of 2016. The increase in revenues also came with a move into the black. Net income was $28,186 (unaudited) compared to a loss of $375,553 for the first quarter of 2016. When ZenaPay moves past the beta phase, revenues are likely to increase even further. Announcing the first quarter results for 2017, Epazz, Inc. CEO Shaun Passley, Ph.D., said:

“Our valuation in the marketplace is not reflecting our true value. We are increasing our revenues and decreasing our costs, thereby creating a positive net income. We believe we can finish the year strong. We will continue to move to build shareholder value on all fronts. As we go on in 2017, we expect our newly launched Zenapay to begin to generate revenues.”

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Debuts Zenapay Cannabis Specialty Payment Software

July 7, 2017

  • Unique payment system designed especially for the cannabis industry
  • System circumvents traditional banking and avoids cash
  • Company plans to boost revenue by taking a transaction fee

Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ) has introduced Zenapay, a specialized payment software designed for the cannabis industry. Michael Manahan, strategic advisor to the company, said Zenapay is a payment processing system for cannabis retailers. Zenapay uses a Bitcoin platform, rather than cash, to offer users the opportunity to pay in a cashless transaction for medical marijuana. It circumvents the traditional banking industry and is safer for cannabis retailers because it doesn’t involve the risks associated with cash.

Epazz is a cloud-based software company which specializes in providing internet-based, turnkey applications to the corporate world designed to provide maximum communication to key stakeholders. It creates virtual communities. The company is offering its EpazzBoxesOS™v.3.0 web-based application software to small- and medium-sized business. The diverse industries it serves are: higher education, corporate, insurance, media, pharmaceutical, real estate and more. Its revenue comes from licensing and maintenance fees.

Some 29 states legally permit the sale of cannabis, in one form or another. Epazz has established a new website, Zenapay.com, which is currently recruiting beta customers for the product. The company plans to boost revenue by also taking a transaction fee on Zenapay. Bitcoin is a digital currency. One other advantage it offers is that it permits cannabis users to perform cashless transactions at dispensaries anonymously. By using Bitcoin, all transaction details are encrypted and customers do not have to provide personal details if they do not wish. To the retailer, payment is assured and cashless. To the user, it offers a secure Bitcoin wallet that permits safe, online purchases, and a place to store additional Bitcoins.

Zenapay offers cannabis retailers a safe way to sell product. They can also use it to manage their own inventory, identifying best-selling product. At point-of-sale, Zenapay gives smaller retailers the opportunity to manage and safely conduct transactions in a non-cash environment. The company will market its software product at trade shows and hopes to sell to dispensaries directly.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc.’s (EPAZ) Zenapay Offers Bitcoin Payments Solution for ‘Unbankable’ Cannabis Businesses

June 26, 2017

Cloud-based software leader Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ) has recently entered the burgeoning cannabis industry through the launch of its innovative payment system, Zenapay, which has been created to help solve one of the legalized marijuana industry’s biggest current roadblocks: a lack of banking options.

Currently, marijuana businesses in the United States are forced to conduct cash transactions because they do not have the support of banks or the FDIC. This is significantly limiting for these cannabis enterprises, as they presently have no access to traditional banking and payment systems. Zenapay will enable cannabis consumers to use bitcoin as a means of payment for online and in-store purchases, keeping all such transactions secure and anonymous through bitcoin encryption.

Zenapay’s software enables customers to purchase cannabis products with bitcoin using a secure virtual wallet, which is available on all major mobile and desktop platforms. Customers can also acquire bitcoin at the point-of-sale and then use that digital currency to easily make in-store marijuana product purchases.

This cutting-edge cannabis payment solution has been created to meet the unique business needs of the marijuana industry, offering the ultimate cannabis dispensary software. In addition to providing a secure bitcoin payment solution and a secure bitcoin wallet for customers, Zenapay provides seed-to-sale tracking for dispensaries and more.

Some of the advantages of Zenapay include:

  • Ease of use: The bitcoin solution makes purchasing cannabis product simple and safe for consumers.
  • Security: The latest encryption technology is employed to keep transactions safe and secure.
  • Cross-Platform Availability: Zenapay provides customers with a cross-platform payment solution that is powered by bitcoin. Through Android and iOS apps and desktop access to the Zenapay bitcoin wallet, customers are ensured easy access to the products they need, wherever they are.

Zenapay is not a bank, so it does not view customers’ balances or transactions — Zenapay merely makes bitcoin payments on a consumer’s behalf. Designed from the ground up, this innovative cannabis payment software can be seamlessly integrated with a cannabis dispensary’s workflow.

Zenapay is currently recruiting beta customers to test the new cannabis payment system. For more information, visit www.Zenapay.com

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Epazz.com

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Epazz’s (EPAZ) Unique Web-Based Software Platform Offering Enhanced Communication and Information Opportunities

June 14, 2017

Leading cloud-based software company Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ) is revolutionizing the way integrated web-based applications work by offering one of the most comprehensive and unique software packages available on the market, with the ultimate goal of enhancing the way businesses and institutions operate. The company’s flagship product, BoxesOS web portal infrastructure system, includes a wide range of integration features with enhanced compatibility with several back-end systems and a multitude of customization options for the end users.

Founded in 1999 by Shaun Passley, current chairman and CEO, Epazz specializes in offering customized web applications and integration to the corporate world, but also to public sector and higher education institutions. The company was created in response to a rising need for integrated web-based applications and a growing demand for relevant personal and business management information. With the ultimate goal of enhancing the way corporations and institutions work, Epazz’s main mission is to meet its customers’ information needs by offering enhanced communication options in order to lower costs and create additional revenue streams.

Now at version 3.0, the BoxesOS enterprise software system is designed to maximize functionality and communication for key stakeholders, including employees, clients, students, faculty, alumni and more. The system can also provide content and information for decision-making and help create a secure marketplace for different types of commerce while offering one-stop, Internet-enabled, secure integration with administrative operating systems. The BoxesOS end-user suite of products and services includes features such as intranet and extranet, workflow engine, scheduler, enterprise email solutions, single sign-on capabilities and management options for documents, website content, learning systems, recruiting, projects and prospective clients. The platform’s administrative services include virtual private network and server; managed hosting; file, feature and stakeholder management; reporting options; active directory integration; website statistics; and many more.

Epazz software can be easily customized for a wide range of companies and organizations. The company already serves multiple industries, including retail, communications, legal and financial, banking, health care and pharmaceuticals, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, media, travel, etc.

The company recently entered the fast-growing cannabis industry by launching innovative payment system Zenapay (http://dtn.fm/M2ptD). The system is designed to help solve one of the biggest problems the legal marijuana industry is facing – getting paid, given that legitimate businesses in this sector do not have access to traditional banking and payment systems. Epazz’s solution comes with unique payment software that will allow consumers to use Bitcoin for online or in-store purchases while keeping all transactions secure and anonymous via Bitcoin encryption.

Epazz’s unique approach to software integration, its versatility, as well as recent measures taken to eliminate toxic debt and financing and to reduce the costs of software development, seem to be paying off. The company is an interesting investment opportunity after reporting increased revenue and profitability for the first quarter of 2017, a trend that is likely to continue in the following months if sales continue to rise and operation and development costs remain low.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) is “One to Watch”

June 12, 2017

Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ) is an enterprise-wide software company specializing in customized web applications for higher education institutions and the public sector. Through its proprietary BoxesOS applications, the company aims to create and maintain virtual communities that facilitate enhanced communication and provide up-to-date information and content in order to streamline the decision-making process for its clients. Epazz’s BoxesOS also serves as a secure digital marketplace for various types of commerce, allowing the company to meet the increasing information technology demands of the 21st century.

In addition to its BoxesOS administrative services, Epazz offers a full end-user suite of solutions designed to maximize communication and functionality with full-featured web-based intranet software. Leveraging these offerings, the company’s clients gain secure access and administrative control to customized features based on their unique needs. For businesses, the value of implementing these services can be tremendous. According to data from the McKinsey Global Institute, productivity improves by as much as 25 percent in organizations with connected employees. Studying just four commercial sectors (consumer packaged goods, retail financial services, advanced manufacturing and professional services), McKinsey estimates that the fiscal contributions of implementing effective intranet solutions could amount to as much as $1.3 trillion annually.

BoxesOS also allows companies to enhance communications with stakeholders by providing one-stop access to elegant, web-enabled information dashboards designed for specific user groups. Offering the ability to create unique dashboards for each stakeholder group addresses one of the most prominent issues facing workplace intranet projects – lack of engagement. Industry data suggest that properly engaging three core types of stakeholders, including executives, implementers and users, as well as the many sub-types within each of those groups, is key to the successful implementation of digital workplace solutions.

Outside of its business software solutions, Epazz is currently addressing a rising demand in the legal cannabis industry through its ZenaPay payment system. While banks remain hesitant regarding the legality of state-approved cannabis programs, dispensaries and related businesses have been compelled to operate on a cash-only basis, creating both security concerns and inconvenience for their customers. With ZenaPay, Epazz seeks to eliminate this issue by relying on the widely-used bitcoin cryptocurrency to provide an alternative to cash transactions. These efforts are particularly intriguing when studying the forward projections associated with marijuana sales. Per ArcView Market Research, North American marijuana sales grew by an unprecedented 30 percent in 2016 to $6.7 billion, and this figure is expected to top $20.2 billion by 2021.

Epazz is led by founder, chairman and CEO Shaun Passley, Ph.D. Founding the company in February 1999, Passley has been the guiding force behind Epazz’s software and product development, as well as its continuing development of future products and services. Passley is joined on the Epazz management team by Raymond Kennedy, director of sales. Kennedy has more than two decades of experience in enterprise software sales, having previously served as marketing director for HCM, Inc., where he established six new sales territories and increased overall sales by more than 30 percent.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Communications Technologies Applicable to Broad Radius of Global Markets

October 29, 2013

Cloud-based business software solutions provider Epazz specializes in web applications for corporations, higher education institutions and the public sector. The company’s solutions are suitable for a wide range of global industries, from financial services and banking, real estate and retail, to healthcare and pharmaceuticals – and the full gamut in between.

The Epazz BoxesOS™ v3.0 suite is a business web-based software package centered on strong communications capabilities. By providing efficient sales and communications channels, Epazz has positioned itself to benefit from numerous markets, including the thriving pharmaceutical industry.

For this particular application, BoxesOS gives traveling sales agents the ability to contact their company headquarters with any PC or wireless device to obtain forms or drug information necessary to close a sale. Scientists, researchers, and physicians and any other pertinent individual can collaborate in real-time, no matter where they are stationed in the world, to securely share resources, documents and other data.

BoxesOS also provides relevant communications tools such as:

  • Project Management
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Calendar and Scheduling System
  • Microsoft Outlook Synchronization
  • Complete Document Management
  • Online Communities or Groups
  • Online Courses
  • Website Creation and Management
  • Polling
  • E-mail Marketing
  • Extranet

Other Epazz products are AgentPower™, a workforce management software, and AutoHire™, an applicant tracking system.

By offering a diverse but related line of offerings, the company is positioned to capitalize on a number of growth opportunities. Epazz in recent years has steadily grown its revenues, and in fiscal 2012 achieved a tenfold increase to $1.19 million compared to when the company first began publicly trading several years ago.

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Epazz, Inc.’s (EPAZ) Core Product Series Benefits Companies in 3 Industries with Rapidly Growing IT Needs

October 25, 2013

Epazz is an enterprise-wide software company that specializes in providing customized Web applications to Fortune 500 companies, higher education institutions, and the public sector. One of its core product series, the Epazz Boxes OS applications, are designed to maximize communication and functionality for organizational stakeholders, provide one-stop content access, and enable its clients to engage in secure, Internet-enabled integration to administrative operating systems. The applications also offer users flexibility: application users’ organizational communications can be immediately enhanced or their administrative utility augmented regardless of whether they are on legacy platforms or recent ERP implementations (e.g., SAP, JD Edwards, Oracle, Peoplesoft, Datatel, SCT Banner, or BaaN).

For companies that are in industries with evolving demands, the applications offer multiple cloud-based software options that would otherwise have to be individually purchased and gathered together for the same software end-package. They also provide intuitive, easy-to-navigate Web-based dashboard formats for each stakeholder group for easy operation. These benefits, along with those it offers stakeholders in industries with increasing needs for seamless communication, position Epazz for strong market potential. Examples of how these benefits benefit enterprises in three of these industries are discussed below.

Financial Services

Recent forecasts put global financial services IT spending at $430 billion in 2014. Excluding the expected spending contributions of insurance companies, that amount is projected to top $330 billion.

Among other IT initiatives, experts say that financial services industries will be exploring solutions for increasing their operational efficiency and enhancing their infrastructures. Many of those initiatives may be aimed at delivering to investors a more customized, hands-on experience for money management.

With their fast-paced environments and heavy focus on solid customer service operations, financial services enterprises will be pressed to find solutions that enable easy, company-wide communications. Using Epazz BoxesOS, financial services firms can instantly contact large numbers of potential and existing clients with the application’s e-mail broadcast feature, online bulletin boards, or personalized extranet site. Firm departments or divisions are empowered to create and maintain websites with ease that cater to specific investor interests, new products, or investment programs. BoxesOS also offers full document control and management and secure protection measures to ensure stored content is protected.

Healthcare

With an increasing number of Baby Boomers reaching retirement age and experiencing more health problems as a result of advanced age, medical service providers will be challenged to embrace new communications technologies to help them deal with their increasing patient loads. According to some estimates, since 2010 daily 10,000 additional Baby Boomers have been reaching 65 years of age. That is a projection that is expected to persist for over another 15 years. With most global healthcare IT spending currently being in North America, the changing dynamics of North American healthcare and healthcare providers’ responses to them are sure to have a pronounced effect on global healthcare IT spending at large.

Indeed, recent industry reports say global healthcare IT spending is expected to reach $56.7 billion by 2017. As expected, most of that increased spending share will be in North America, as a result of changing dynamics in Canadian and American healthcare. To deal with such dynamics, the Epazz BoxOS offers multiple communications solutions that make healthcare providers’ communications more seamless and integrated.

For one, BoxOS enables safe storage of patient medical records and insurance information in one secured program that can accessed from any location on the globe.  It incorporates cutting-edge high-security encryption protocols to ensure the safety of all stored data. Other application features that allow for more seamless communication between healthcare practitioners and facilities include full document management as well as extranets accessibility, facility-wide event calendars, and online communities.

Insurance

As the insurance industry continues to grow, so will its dependency on IT services and products for its growing demands. Industry reports note that insurance company CIOs are beginning to prioritize technology solutions that enable greater customer acquisition or enhance their operational effectiveness. Globally, insurance IT spending is projected to increase from $100-157 billion by 2014.

BoxesOs  enables insurance companies to deal with the growing complexity of insuring millions nationally or globally via an easily accessible, comprehensive interface for customer relationship and data management. The application also functions as an instantaneous communication solution on a range of stationary and mobile devices, ensuring that projects are completed on time and within budget.

For full insurer needs coverage, BoxesOs also offers full document management, per-department website creation and management options, online polling capabilities, extranets, and online collaboration communities and special groups.

For more information, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Sales Continue to Rise

October 17, 2013

Leading cloud-based business software solutions provider Epazz has gone more than strong since beginning to trade publicly a few years ago. Since going public, the company’s revenues have increased more than 1,000 percent, and Epazz’s sales continue to grow.

Epazz specializes in customized cloud applications for the corporate world, institutions of higher education, and the public sector. The company’s BoxesOS applications are designed to maximize communication and functionality for stakeholders and provide one-stop access as well as secure, Internet-enabled integration to administrative operating systems. Utilized by Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and higher education institutions, BoxesOS supplies many of the web-based applications organizations would have to buy separately otherwise. Epazz also offers AgentPower, a workforce management software, and AutoHire, an applicant tracking system.

Founded in 1999, Epazz’s aim is to meet the information needs of institutions and corporations through enhanced communications between key constituents and stakeholders, thereby reducing costs and creating additional revenue sources. The company’s software enhances how institutions do business and answers their growing information technology needs.

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Issues Investor Update Detailing Rapid Revenue Growth and Spin-Off Process

October 8, 2013

Epazz, Inc., a leading provider of cloud based business software solutions, today issued a press release to give investors greater detail of ongoing revenue growth and the spin-off project currently underway.

Revenues for fiscal 2012 totaled $1,193,217, a tenfold increase compared to when the company first began publicly trading just a few years ago. Epazz’s sales continue to grow at record-setting levels.

Epazz’s comprehensive update and explanation of the spin-off process is provided below.

Milestones on the Spin-off of ZFridge, Inc.

1. The parent company started a project called Project Flex in 2012.
2. The parent company announced the Project Flex will be spinning off.
3. The parent company filed a provisional patent in order to protect the project’s technology.
4. The parent company formed Cooling Technology Solutions, Inc. in March of 2013.
5. The parent company announced the record date of September 15, 2013.
6. The parent company filed a corporate action with FINRA.

Spin-Off Process Overview

1. Spinning off a company is a similar process of going public. The company needs to file a S1 registration statement or Form 10 with the SEC. The registration statement or form 10 is prepared by the company’s lawyers.
2. Then the company’s auditors need to review the financial statements. The registration statement or Form 10 is then filed with the SEC.
3. The SEC will review the registration statement or Form 10 and may have comments about the registration statement.
4. Once the company has cleared through SEC comments, the registration statement becomes effective.
5. At the same time the company needs to clear through FINRA in order to get a stock symbol for the spinoff company.
6. A market maker needs to file a form 211. Once this is done, the stock is distributed to the shareholders who own Epazz shares on September 15, 2013. However, if a shareholder sold the shares immediately after the date of September 15, 2013, the shareholder may not receive the dividend.

Investors with questions may send an email to investors@epazz.net.

“Our process of growing the company will take time. Epazz has grown rapidly over the past few years, and we expect continued revenue growth. It takes time to achieve objectives. We are long-term play and simply ask all shareholders to do their homework,” stated Shaun Passley, CEO of Epazz, Inc.

Epazz spokesperson, Michael Manahan, recently provided an interview on MoneyTV. To access the interview, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8Vz6a16ULM.

“A major part of our business plan is growing quickly through acquisition,” added Mr. Passley. “In order to grow by acquisition, the company needs to raise capital. We ask shareholders to understand that new acquisitions immediately add new revenue streams to the company; thereby growing the company at a more rapid rate. We understand concerns about new shares entering the market. However, shareholders need to consider our track record of rapid growth.”

Among the highlights of Epazz’s development into a holding company in 2013 as well as acquisitions and revenue increases, recent Company achievements include:

• Board of Directors approves 1-10 dividend to shareholders on Project Flex
• Renewed Contract with SEPTA which resulted in $178,220 in revenues
• Announced second spin-off with Project Human Power
• Signed Letter of Intent to Acquire Content Management Software Company which could potentially add 45% to Epazz’s bottom line

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Epazz Inc. (EPAZ) on Precise Path to Expand Global Distribution, Execute Strategic Acquisitions

October 3, 2013

Epazz provides cloud-based customized web applications for corporations, higher education institutions, and the broader public sector. The company’s BoxesOS applications enhance communication, provide information and content necessary for decision-making, and create a secure marketplace for ecommerce.

To support its deep portfolio of innovative and diverse services and solutions, Epazz has a stated and well-planned strategy for each of its customer’s respective industries, including legal, communications, banking, retail, healthcare, transportation, media, real estate, and utilities.

The business software solutions company is currently in the midst of a transition to a holding company under the leadership of its CEO Shaun Passley, who in a recent news release cited the company’s strength in identifying and closing acquisitions expected to generate immediate cash flow and profitability.

Evidence of this ability is the company’s recent signing of a letter of intent to acquire a content management software company expected to potentially add 45 percent to Epazz’s bottom line.

“This acquisition will be immediately accretive to our revenue and profit stream,” Passley said via news release. “It will provide a solid customer base and it opens up many opportunities to cross sell customers on Epazz’s BoxesOS portal software, DeskFlex room scheduling software, Agent Power workforce management software, Intellisys energy management software, AutoHire applicant tracking system, K9 Bytes kennel software and MS Health social services software. With the synergies of our companies the customers can continue to look forward to innovative, effective and efficient software tools geared to enhancing their business process.”

Epazz aims to increase its global distribution channels as it continues its search for strategic acquisitions.

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Report on Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Shows Short Interest Exceeded 47 Percent of Total Volume for September 2013

September 26, 2013

Today, Epazz, a leading provider of cloud based business software solutions, announced that according to OTCShortReport.com, which provides updated naked short selling numbers as reported by FINRA, total short interest on Epazz common stock is now at over 105 million shares for the month of September 2013. Total volume for the stock is during the month of September has been over 222 million shares. This gives a short interest in excess of 47 percent of the total volume.

To view the report, visit http://otcshortreport.com/index.php?index=EPAZ&action=view#.UkNZMIasi-1

Epazz CEO, Shaun Passley, stated, “Our Company is growing organically and through acquisitions. Revenues are increasing substantially and yet the short sales continue to increase. At some point, probably sooner than later, we expect to see this trend turns around. We have concluded all funding activities at this stage so there is no reason to see the short sales continue to increase. We will not cave in to this pressure and we will continue to produce at an ever increasing pace as time goes on.”

For more information, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Provides Updates, Highlights Achievements amid Transition into Holding Company

September 25, 2013

Epazz, a provider of cloud-based business software solutions, today issued an update regarding its changeover to a holding company. As part of this transition, the company says it is working to increase its stock price valuation, which has taken a hit through last year’s short position and fundings necessary to facilitate acquisitions and development of those businesses.

EPAZ CEO Shaun Passley said the company expects to continue to close on acquisitions and distribute dividends to its shareholders, and as a result anticipates company stock to increase in price to a fairer valuation through the remainder of 2013 and into 2014.

“Our transition to a holding company is well underway. Our ability to identify and close acquisitions that will be immediately beneficial to our cash flow and profitability has enabled us to step up the progress on additional acquisitions,” Passley stated in the press release. “So too, our plan of paying our loyal shareholders dividends of stock in the newly spun off companies make for an attractive investment. The idea of getting paid a dividend for being a shareholder has universal appeal throughout the investment community.”

EPAZ also highlighted several company achievements throughout the transition:

• Board of directors approved 1-10 dividend to shareholders on Project Flex
• Renewed contract with SEPTA, resulting in $178,220 in revenues
• Second spin-off announced with Project Human Power
• Signed letter of intent to acquire a content management software company, which could potentially add 45 percent to EPAZ’s bottom line

EPAZ’s cloud applications are applicable to corporations, higher education institutions, and the public sector. The company’s BoxesOS™ v3.0 is a business web-based software package for small to mid-size businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies, and higher education institutions. BoxesOS provides many of the web-based applications organizations would have to otherwise buy separately.

For more information, visit www.Epazz.com

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Epazz Inc. (EPAZ) Enhances Virtually Every Aspect of Enterprise Operations

September 18, 2013

Epazz, a leading provider of customized cloud-based software to Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and colleges, offers, among many other things, a complete enterprise web-based software package. The turnkey enterprise system, called BoxesOS, is designed to maximize communication and functionality, providing one-stop access, along with secure Internet-enabled integration to administrative operating systems. All communication can be immediately enhanced, whether users are on legacy platforms or recent ERP implementations (such as SAP, JD Edwards, Oracle, Peoplesoft, Datatel, SCT Banner, and BaaN), resulting in a positive impact on virtually every enterprise operation.

BoxesOS provides elegant web-enabled information dashboards for each stakeholder group. Functionality with administrative systems can be easily and quickly completed using connectors to legacy administrative platforms. Administrative operating systems can be upgraded as needed on a prioritized basis, and linked to BoxesOS and its personal information system.

Improvement of enterprise Intranet usability, a primary benefit of BoxesOS (v 3.0), saves money and improves productivity. Epazz unifies web-based applications via back-end systems, creating a single navigation system with a single starting point. The 24/7 website allows employees immediate access to a full range of information whenever and wherever it is needed. The Epazz “FrontPage” summarizes the user’s personalized information and can be accessed from their office or a remote location, providing a convenient portal to any Epazz application. Users can quickly and easily check e-mail, view their calendar, search and maintain contacts, and communicate with co-workers or customers. Departments can have their own customized webpages, with the dashboard creating a unified design and navigation tool. The powerful Epazz search engine compiles a unified index of the entire Intranet and prioritizes search results appropriately.

Epazz BoxesOS (v 3.0) Intranet allows clients to manage their Hosted Intranet Solution with:
• No software
• No server
• No update patches
• No networking staff
• Authentication
• Security optional 128bit SSL encryption
• 99% uptime
• Quick setup
• Access from anywhere
• Breaking news headlines
• Announcements
• Full customization

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Announces Official Name of Project Flex; Reminds Investors of September 15 Record Date

September 10, 2013

Epazz, a leading provider of cloud based business software solutions, today reported that it has filed the necessary paperwork to change the name of Cooling Technology Solutions, Inc. (a.k.a. Project Flex) to ZFridge, Inc.

Epazz also reminded long-term shareholders that the record date for the spin-off project will be September 15, 2013. Investors must have their shares settled three days prior to the record date in order to receive the stock dividend.

Only shareholders of record date will receive the 1-10 stock dividend. The spin-off of Project Flex will be above $0.01 per share. For each 10 shares of EPAZ common stock that a shareholder owns, the shareholder will receive 1 share of stock in the new Project Flex spin-off.

Epazz, Inc.’s CEO, Shaun Passley, said, “This is our first spin-off, but not the last spin-off. Our business plan provides long-term shareholders multiple opportunities for stock dividends. We believe transitioning Epazz to a holding company will provide long-term value.”

Epazz Inc. is a leading cloud based software company that specializes in providing customized cloud applications to the corporate world, higher education institutions, and the public sector. Epazz BoxesOS™ v3.0 is the complete business web-based software package for small to mid-size businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies, and higher education institutions. BoxesOS provides many of the web-based applications organizations would have to otherwise buy separately. Epazz’s other products are DeskFlex ™, a room scheduling software, and AutoHire™, an applicant tracking system.

For more information, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Files Articles of Amendments, Advances Transition Toward Becoming a Holding Company

September 9, 2013

Epazz, a provider of cloud-based business software solutions for government, higher education, and the private sector, today said it has filed articles of amendments on its subsidiaries in order to effectively transition into a holding company via acquisitions and spin-offs.

“We are making the necessary changes to become a holding company. We will be incorporating new companies in the coming weeks,” EPAZ CEO Shaun Passley stated in the press release.

EPAZ intends on acquiring additional software companies to grow its revenues and assets for a possible listing on a stock exchange.

The record date for the company’s previously announced Project Flex spin-off is September 15, 2013, with a $0.01 dividend payable only to shareholders that have the share settle three days prior to the record date.

EPAZ approved a 1-10 stock dividend for its shareholders. For each 10 shares of EPAZ common stock that a shareholder owns, the shareholder will receive one share of stock in the new Project Flex spinoff.

For more information, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Notes High Number of Shorted Shares on August 2013 Report

September 4, 2013

Epazz, a leading provider of cloud based business software solutions, today told investors that it is aware of shareholders’ frustrations with the recent performance of the stock. The company pointed out data that indicates more than 100 million shares could have been shorted in the month of August alone.

To view the short selling report on EPAZ, visit http://dtg.fm/epaz-short-selling

Furthermore, Epazz announced that Cooling Technology Solutions, Inc. (“Project Flex”) is finalizing its plans to spin off from Epazz. Epazz shareholders will receive shares in the spin-off company.

Only shareholders of record date will receive the dividend. The company approved a 1-10 stock dividend for shareholders of EPAZ. The spin-off of Project Flex will be above $0.01 per share. For each 10 shares of EPAZ common stock that a shareholder owns, the shareholder will receive 1 share of stock in the new Project Flex spinoff.

Epazz, Inc.’s CEO, Shaun Passley, said, “This is our first spin-off, but not the last spin-off. Our business plan provides Long-term shareholders multiple opportunities for stock dividends. We believe transitioning Epazz to a holding company will provide long-term value.”

For more information on Epazz, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz Inc. (EPAZ) On Pace to Grow Market Value in Competitive Industry

September 3, 2013

Epazz is an enterprise-wide software company that specializes in providing customized Web applications that are applicable across the full breadth of companies in the corporate, higher education, non-profit, and public sectors.

The company’s BoxesOS applications create virtual communities, provide information and content for decision-making, and create a secure marketplace for any type of commerce all through the medium of the Internet. These solutions result in enhanced communication, reduced costs, and create sources of additional revenue.

In regards to its own growth, EPAZ has grown more than 300 percent in the last three years, demonstrating substantial growth in a highly competitive industry. Its strategy is based on four primary fundamentals.

• Organic growth of in-house products and services
• Growth through acquisition of synergistic and strong revenue companies
• Diversifying streams of income
• Building shareholder value through acquisitions and spinoffs with dividend to shareholders

The company believes that accelerating its growth on the business side will serve as a catalyst for more marketplace value. This growth starts by building a solid client base, which EPAZ has successfully grown by more than 500 percent in the last three years. Company management believes this is just the start of continued expansion built on high renewal rates and new customer additions.

EPAZ is currently considering several acquisition targets that it sees as high-potential, profitable B2B businesses that may boost the company’s bottom line and keep it among the top contenders in the competitive application software industry.

For more information visit www.Epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Issues Dividend Reminder to Investors; Record Date Set for September 15, 2013

August 27, 2013

Epazz, a leading provider of cloud based business software solutions, today reminded long-term shareholders that the record date for Project Flex Spin-off will be September 15, 2013. In order to receive the stock dividend, investors must have shares settle three days prior to the record date.

The company emphasized that only shareholders of record date will receive the 1-10 stock dividend announced earlier. The spin-off of Project Flex will be above $0.01 per share. For each 10 shares of EPAZ common stock that a shareholder owns, the shareholder will receive 1 share of stock in the new Project Flex spinoff.

Shaun Passley, Epazz CEO, said, “This is our first spin-off, but not the last spin-off. Our business plan provides Long-term shareholders multiple opportunities for stock dividends. We believe transitioning Epazz to a holding company will provide long-term value.”

Epazz is a leading cloud based software company that specializes in providing customized cloud applications to the corporate world, higher education institutions, and the public sector. The company’s BoxesOS(TM) v3.0 is the complete business web-based software package for small to mid-size businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies, and higher education institutions. BoxesOS provides many of the web-based applications organizations would have to otherwise buy separately. Epazz’s other products are DeskFlex (TM), a room scheduling software, and AutoHire(TM), an applicant tracking system.

For more information, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) BoxesOS Offers Clients a Myriad of Benefits

August 22, 2013

The Epazz BoxesOS application software is an enterprise solution developed to serve clients in numerous industries. It achieves that by providing a harmonized process in a uniform environment while giving critical support in Internet-enabled administrative and marketing operational systems. BoxesOS allows users to initiate and implement intelligible web-enabled dashboards for each stakeholder group. Significantly, Epazz’s BoxesOS provides an immediate user group utility with secure administrative operations.

Epazz BoxesOS showcases many attributes in its application. The End-User Suite features Intranet, Portal, Extranet, Document Management, Workflow Engine, Website Content Management, Scheduler, Prospect Client Management, and much more. Examples of use are given below.

Financial Services

Epazz BoxesOS provides a well-organized platform to meet the daily business needs of financial services organizations. The integrated software allows employees, management, and staff the opportunity to communicate and collaborate as a team in an online-protected environment. Whether in the office or on the road, team members can collaborate in the development of new products or plan business strategies. Additionally, financial services firms have the capability to send out mass mailings to their investor rosters, inform current and prospective clients of immediate actions or events, and maintain online bulletin boards. A useful feature of the software is the capability to create websites or material for investors, products, or investment programs. An important benefit of Epazz BoxesOS  is the fact that it is compliant with regulation of Sarbanes Oxley 404 , which requires the assessments of  financial reporting and internal controls in financial services organizations.

Healthcare

Epazz BoxesOS also functions as an instrumental communication solution in the multi-billion dollar patient care industry. It provides medical facilities and practitioners with full document management as well as facility-wide events calendars and online communities. Using an Internet connection, the platform allows hospitals, clinics, senior care facilities, or medical  institutions the capability to retain all patient records, diagnosis and treatment  information, and insurance information as one unit which can be accessed from any location in the world. This application provides an instant communication tool in event of emergencies between practitioners and facilities at any location worldwide.

Real Estate

Epazz BoxesOS provides buyers and sellers of properties an effective and productive method to communicate with buyers and sellers. Real estate companies can easily share documents, calendars, and photos with their clients. Epazz BoxesOS gives real estate teams the ability to list statistics, upload photos, and maintain up-to-date information for an effortless customer experience. This avoids misappropriation of time as sales representatives and buyers concentrate their efforts on buyer interest and requirements. Some features of the system include Project Management, a Calendar and Scheduling System, Email Marketing, Collaboration Tools, and Extranet services.

Higher Education

BoxesOS serves higher education institutions as a comprehensive communication tool connecting multi-building, multi-campus environments. The application presents students, faculty, and staff with the opportunity to share information and documents from any location in the world. Professors, administration, and students benefit from online course information, scheduling changes, syllabus and assignment tracking, online bulletin boards, collaboration and information sharing with students and faculty, tuition payment, homework submission, and more. An essential feature of the program gives security personnel the immediate authority to send notifications to all present on campus in the event of emergencies.

Other Industries

The developers of the Epazz BoxesOS software application have designed a program with elements that satisfy essential requirements for many other industries as well, including, but not limited to, pharmaceutical, transportation, banking, retail, legal services, the public sector, travel and hospitality, media and entertainment, insurance, and utilities. The program was developed to help companies control work flow and productivity offering critical and essential benefits to all customers. The Epazz BoxesOS application positively encompasses all prospective clients in a very rewarding market.

For more information, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Grows Client Base by 500%+, Highlights Aggressive Growth Strategy

August 14, 2013

Epazz, a cloud-based business software solutions provider, has experienced considerable growth in recent years, and today reports that it has grown its client base by more than 500 percent over the last three years alone. Consistent with industry standards for high renewal rates, Epazz said it expects to continue to grow its client base each month.

Additionally, Epazz reports that it is currently in negotiations with several profitable B2B businesses that it has deemed as attractive acquisition targets; management believes that each of these targets will be able to immediately boost Epazz’s bottom line.

The company’s growth model includes organic growth through renewal rates, expanding its client base, strategic acquisitions, and creating Project Flex, which will be spun out with a dividend paid to shareholders of Epazz.

“We are expecting to reward our shareholders with a dividend. Acquisitions will continue as well as organic growth of the existing businesses,” Shaun Passley, CEO of Epazz, stated in the press release. “Success does not come easily in this economy and successes are only realized through a multifaceted approach to growth.”

For more information, visit www.Epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Nestles into Strategy to Grow through Acquisition, Spin-off

August 13, 2013

Founded in 2000, Chicago-based Epazz works alongside its subsidiaries to design and sell various software programs to business enterprises, hospitals, and government and post-secondary institutions in the United States. The company’s goal is to effectively transition into a holding company, acquiring, developing and then executing a spin-off with stock dividends.

Since its initial public offering in, EPAZ has grown revenue by 1,000% to reach revenues of $1.19 million for 2012, reflecting an increase in global distribution channels for its products. In comparison, EPAZ reported revenues of $735,972. The company has steadily increased its client base as it grows sales and expects that its pending acquisitions revenue will double this year.

The company markets a suite of solutions, including its BoxesOS version 3.0, which is the result of five years of design and testing among tens of thousands of members of target stakeholder groups. The BoxesOS enterprise Web infrastructure system is the company’s turnkey solution that combines software, content services, integration services, customization services, maintenance services, marketing services, and hardware.

In regards to its spin-off strategy, EPAZ recently set a record date of September 25 for the dividend on its Project Flex spin-off, for which the company has forecast a dividend set above $0.01.

EPAZ is also focused on a new product called “Human Power,” a new mobile power device, which the company believes will be its second spin-off opportunity.

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) One Step Closer to Executing Second Spin-off Project

August 6, 2013

Epazz, a provider of cloud-based business software solutions, is rapidly advancing its second spin-off project, Human Mobile Power, and is currently working with a patent attorney to file for a patent pending status on the device.

Project Human Power is a project to develop a mobile power device for iPhone and other smartphones that allows users to charge their phone without the need for an outlet or second battery. Because the product is not directly in line with Epazz’s core business, the company believes the project creates opportunity for a spin-off to spur growth and shareholder value.

Epazz’s strategy is to pursue acquisitions that are already cash flow positive and spin-off each acquisition into its own publicly traded company with a dividend being paid to shareholders. Over the last two years, the company has completed two acquisitions and is currently in process of completing a third.

“We have been working hard on both the business end and the public company end to bring Project Flex, our first spin off project, to fruition,” Shaun Passley, CEO of Epazz, stated in the press release. “Our company is at a point now that we can begin announcing things like dates and percentages as well as other significant information. Project Flex and Project Human Power are going to make a big difference to our bottom line and for our shareholders.”

As part of its long-term growth plan focused on the acquisition of profitable B2B software companies, Epazz is currently in negotiations to acquire several other B2B software companies.

For more information, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Reports 1000% Gain in Revenues Since Going Public

August 1, 2013

Epazz, a leading provider of cloud based business software solutions, today announced that its revenues last year totaled $1,193,217, a 1,000 percent increase compared to when the Company first began publicly trading just a few years ago, and they continue to grow at record setting levels.

“Epazz has been increasing its global distribution channels and continues to search for suitable acquisitions,” Shaun Passley, CEO of Epazz, stated. “With the synergies of our companies and the core expertise that ties each one together, both clients and prospects can continue to look forward to innovative, effective and efficient software tools geared to enhancing their business process.”

Epazz is currently negotiating several potential B2B software acquisitions as part of its long-term strategic growth plan to acquire profitable B2B software companies. Recently acquisitions include DeskFlex room scheduling software and Intellisys scada software.

For more information on Epazz, visit www.epazz.com

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Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Notes High Number of Shares on Short Sales Report for July 2013

July 30, 2013

Epazz, a leading provider of cloud based business software solutions, today told investors that they are aware of their frustrations with the performance of the stock over the last few months. The company pointed out data that leads to the possibility that over 100 million shares have been shorted in the month of July alone.

To view the short selling report on EPAZ, visit http://dtg.fm/epaz-short-selling

The company recently announced in the most recent quarter a 82% increase in revenues for the three month period ending March 31, 2013. Epazz reported revenue of $208,010 versus revenue of $114,477 for the same period in 2012.

Furthermore, Epazz reported that Cooling Technology Solutions, Inc. (“Project Flex”) is finalizing its plans to spin off from Epazz. Epazz shareholders will receive shares in the spin-off company.

For more information on Epazz, visit www.epazz.com

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