AudioEye, the developers of a truly revolutionary, patented voice infrastructure technology and content publication/distribution software architecture that enables accessible real-time Internet distribution to any connected device irrespective of format, made a big leap today in their ongoing expansion into lucrative federal, state, and local government markets, as the report comes in of a partnership with government sales giant, Government Sales Specialists (NYSEMKT:GSS).
These are the guys to talk to if you want to start upping your game in the government end of the sales pool and GSS has proved indispensible for many small tech companies looking to improve traction in this otherwise difficult to break into area. CEO of GSS, Mark Hogan, is the man who took BEA Government Systems from a $2M penny ante to $150M in business, providing tech to federal clients with such proficiency that eventually GSS was created out of the top executive shooters he could assemble in the federal sales game. Leveraging a matrix that stretches down into the C-level of the civilian, defense, and intelligence community, GSS is able to open doors for tech developers using every advantage of the vast network of inside sales reps, partners, and researchers at their disposal.
Big news for AudioEye, whose three distinct product groups, AudioEye Mobile, AudioEye Internet, and AudioEye Technology Licensing, provide precisely the kind of solutions that will help meet current mandates on federal agencies requiring them to migrate websites and data into a format that is somehow accessible to people with disabilities. AudioEye's relentless drive to make data accessible with cutting-edge audio internet capabilities, as well as service offerings that exploit the company's cloud-based SaaS technology, places them ahead of the pack when it comes to capturing territory in what Hogan describes as an enormous federal environment of rising, unmet demand.
It should be noted that AudioEye is no stranger to working hand-in-hand with agencies in both the public and private sphere either. Many of the company's partners are characterized as having the most challenging, as well as the most complex of business, industrial, intelligence, and security concerns. Having performed remarkably in this capacity thus far, the U.S. owned and operated, Tucson-based AEYE is an ideal candidate for this sort of government work and should find fast favor with federal agencies seeking to upgrade their digital accessibility.
CEO of AEYE, Nathaniel Bradley, noted the impressive track record established thus far by the company with partners having deep ties within government agencies and called the new partnership a way of accelerating their current momentum. This partnership will allow the company's innovative technology to more rapidly reach key decision-makers who are generally unaware of how the AEYE technology can easily solve their pressing needs. This move really puts AEYE on the map and will help foster the kinds of long-terms relationships that can support further R&D, leading to even greater prominence in voice infrastructure technology.
Much of the baseline impetus for this market comes directly out of 21st Century Communications Act (signed Oct 2010) compliance and it spells a bright future for AEYE as agencies scramble in response, generating unprecedented demand upon which this partnership will no doubt thrive. The company's Audio Internet product recently won the Gold Medal at this year's Edison Awards and has been issued 5 patents here in the United States (with over 100 issued claimed inventions and ongoing prosecution of 15 patents pending at home and abroad). AEYE will be putting 50 of their best people into the loop on this one, grabbing sales associates who specifically have the kind of extensive government experience and marked success rates that will ensure continued momentum.
If you know how government agencies work, there is going to be a real crunch coming as pressures rise to meet accessibility demands at the last minute, and AEYE plans to be there to capture the maximum force possible from that move and its sustained impact.
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