|By Marketwired .||
|April 30, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- INTREorg Systems (OTC Pink: IORG) (PINKSHEETS: IORG) has taken delivery of Phase I of its proprietary Stock Tracking Analytics "STA" software. This software is designed to create a master database that allows the company to apply its proprietary algorithms for shareholder analytics. Phase I also creates a scalable system that will allow the company to begin selling to customers.
In addition the company has received additional interim funding through its existing line of credit with J.H. Brech, LLC. These funds will allow the Company to expedite the filing process to bring INTREorg current in its filing requirements.
When asked about these recent events Mr. Dunckel said, "It has taken longer than I anticipated but the timing of the completion of Phase I along with the funding to get the company fully reporting is exciting because it allows us to begin operations. I encourage investors and public company CEO's to visit our website www.intreorg.com to get a better understanding of the services we provide."
INTREorg is a SaaS and consulting company focused on providing services to public companies. INTREorg has developed a proprietary software system, Stock Tracking Analytics "STA" that provides CEOs, CFOs, General Counsel and IR Professionals with valuable information and services necessary to managing a public company. These services address the key areas of Compliance, Fund Raising, and Investor Relations.
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