HOLLYWOOD, FL / ACCESSWIRE / August 20, 2015 / (WAFR) (the “Company”) today announced that it has entered into a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire assets consisting of intellectual property from a biometric software innovator formed in 2004, whose software products include “undefeatable” FIPS 140-2 Suite B military grade encryption, among other ground breaking features. COREwafer Industries is a holding company engaged in acquiring, operating and managing subsidiary companies in the development and sale of superior proprietary software.
There are several steps outlined in the LOI, and after completion of satisfactory due diligence, a definitive agreement will be executed. It is expected that this definitive agreement will be in place on or before September 30, 2015.
The LOI forms the basis of an agreement which, if consummated, is consistent with the Company’s strategic plan to aggressively achieve profitability and growth through insightful value added mergers and acquisitions.
About COREwafer Industries
COREWAFER INDUSTRIES, INC. (WAFR) is a holding company headquartered in Hollywood, FL, that operates and manages subsidiary companies. The goal of WAFR is to strategically acquire businesses with strong growth potential and a solid business plan in the software and technology industries. For information, visit our new website at www.corewaferindustries.com.
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COREwafer Industries, Inc.
Teresa McWilliams, Chief Financial Officer