CHICAGO, Jan. 28, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Epazz, Inc. (OTCPINK:EPAZ), a leading provider of cloud-based business software solutions, announced today that it has reported revenue of $848,280, compared to revenue of $361,150 for the three months ending September 30, 2015, an increase of $487,130 or 235% from the comparative period.
Jadian has assisted in the increase in revenue during the 3rd quarter. Epazz believes increase levels of software development into the acquisitions and cross-selling to existing customers can greatly improve revenue for 2016.
Jadian, Inc is an audit software and services company that provides complete solutions for managing compliance, audits, inspections, work orders, licenses/certificates/permits, and enforcement activities. Jadian provides world-class services for world-class companies.
“We have been experiencing substantial growth during 2015, our acquisition Jadian will provide new sources of revenue. We believe once Jadian food inspection software is integrated with BoxesOS we would be able to offer on-demand services. The key to our acquisition strategy is not only maintaining and growing the target company revenue, but using our existing product portfolio to create new products,” says Shaun Passley, PhD, CEO of Epazz, Inc.
About Epazz, Inc.
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 web-based business software package for small- to midsized 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 AgentPower™, a workforce management software; AutoHire™, an applicant tracking system; and Cynergy, help desk software.
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