SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA--(Marketwired - Dec 17, 2015) - APT Systems, Inc. (OTC PINK:APTY), a fully reporting public company in the Trading Systems sector, announced today that it had retained Teso Communications to provide the Company with investor and public relations related services. APT expects that Teso will assist in generating the public attention required to further their goal of becoming a leader in the Trading Systems sector.
Glenda Dowie, APT's CEO, is excited to be working with Teso. "We look forward to strengthening our shareholder communications and increasing our visibility to potential investors through this new relationship," she said. "Teso will help ensure that meaningful company information will be released in a timely fashion and will be easily accessible to a broad audience."
Mike Angel, president of Teso, stated, "We are pleased to be working with Ms. Dowie and her team." He sees the Applied Proprietary Trading technologies as the future platform for both day traders and professional traders alike. Mike goes on to state, "Teso appreciates the opportunity to be a part of the Company's development and success."
About Teso Communications
Teso is a full service investor relations and corporate communications firm specializing in small-cap companies. Teso is located in Panama with partners and contacts worldwide. By combining traditional IR with the latest online marketing Teso attracts investors and creates value for the shareholders of client companies.
About APT Systems, Inc
APT is an acronym for Applied Proprietary Trading. Management of APT Systems, Inc. works to deliver stock trading tools with a focus on handheld devices while also strategically acquiring other compatible financial businesses which demonstrate strong growth potential.
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