AcXess is now trading publicly

Published 19 July 2006

Florida company providing small to mid-size businesses with affordable first class business continuity solutions is now being traded publicly

Boca Raton, Florida-based AcXess is now being traded publicly after making a reverse acquisition with St. Petersburg, Florida-based Innovative Software Technologies, an already-publicly traded company. The deal which closed on 23 June, has AcXess common stock trading on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol “INIV.” AcXess provides solutions for small and medium-sized companies that affordably protect businesses from loss of operational capabilities and revenue during natural or man-made emergency situations. AcXess was the first company to make FORTUNE 100-class solutions available to smaller businesses.

Tony Zalenski, AcXess’s chairman and CEO, thinks that the deal will spur more growth for the business continuity company. “This is a significant milestone for AcXess and further validates our standing as the leader in disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for the small to medium-sized enterprise… We believe this transaction will enable us to acquire the financial resources necessary to execute our plan.”

In the beginning of this year, AcXess released the first ever business continuity solution designed around Citrix’s Access Infrastructure platform. Called the AcXess solution, it makes disaster recovery a lot easier for mid-sized enterprises, offering the convenience of waiting minutes for recovery rather than several days or weeks.