Thanks. Not on the Newswire? Anyway, big rev increase and decease liabilities. I like the facts.I guess ISO certifications are keys now.
We may see it on public news on Tuesday, due to we have Labor day on Monday.
Whatsoever way, we'll see it by Tuesday and it could be making a PLUG type PPS action in this fall.
Let's hope so. Go Yippy!
Some people Ihub message board, has talked to Rich, said Yippy would release the big news before the annual report, which comes the end of this month, and it is likely in the cople of weeks.
I assume it is in this week or next week and the main news is the name of the Fortune 100 company and its deal. Stay tuned all.
If I post here, the computerized spams don't post here. That's the only reason I post here for now.
Check the shareholder update,6/18/2014,at the OTC market news.
Hope this is the week. I am not yet getting tired of waiting,,but Rich'd better hurry. People are losing their patient.
You are welcome. I think it'll come out next week as CEO hinted us. Good luck.
Jun 18, 2014
OTC Disclosure & News Service
Fort Myers, FL -
Fort Myers, Fl., June 18, 2014 -- Yippy, a unified data company known for its search clustering technology, Big Data intelligence, data warehousing, and eDiscovery tools announced today key updates on the status of the Company.
"We are pleased to report that our proprietary EASE platform has completed a rigorous testing period and the results were better than expected," stated Errol Walsh, COO, Yippy, Inc. He continues, "Our abilities in the data worldfar exceed those of any competitor including the majors. We put our software up against any and all players for any type of data use case. Yippy's EASE platform is substantially more flexible, scalable, and inherently faster by design."
"We are working on a landmark deal for our company and shareholders with our largest customer. I feel we are close to having the full scope and terms on the table in the next week. The EASE platform is highly desirable, irreproducible, and our ability tounder-price and out-produce the competition by unobtainable margins is without question feasibly realistic," concluded Walsh.
Yippy's CEO, Rich Granville added, "The Company has retired all of its long term debt from the books. Most recently, we converted $982 thousand in notes, plus accrued interest and penalties for 4 million shares of restricted common stock. These conversions were made at a near full market valuation. I appreciate the patience and unity of our shareholder base and past creditors; we're very close to something extraordinary."
The next one is expected as a bigger one with the name of the Fortune 100 company deal. This summer will be an epic. Make sure you are IN!