Recent Mockups and Actual Screenshots of the Blazenow ios App
LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / April 21, 2015 / MediaTechnics Corporation (PINKSHEETS:MEDT) The development of BlazeNow continues full speed ahead and the management hopes to submit the iOS version to the App Store in May for the approval process. “Although timing is important, we believe it’s necessary to launch a complete and superior product to maximize our entry into this space. I hope to make our shareholders proud with the BlazeNow product. I think I’m as anxious as they are for the launch,” says CEO Jeremy Carr.
In preparation for the launch of BlazeNow, Evergreen Systems Incorporated (wholly owned subsidiary of MEDT) has entered a contract with Second Winders Corp. Second Winders is to provide sales services exclusively for Evergreen Systems Incorporated and MEDT products and services. Evergreen Systems Incorporated intends to seek out non competing products and services to sell to the Cannabis industry through Second Winders during the pre-sales and sales process. “We hope to maximize our efforts by adding as many feasible revenue streams as possible to the BlazeNow business model,” adds Jeremy Carr.
The management of Second Winders has over 20 years of sales experience specializing in digital products as well as experience in tech and digital sales recruiting. The management has worked with or negotiated agreements with the likes of MLB, Monster.com, MLS, CBS and HBO.
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SOURCE: MediaTechnics Corporation