ATWEC Technologies, jut made its intention to corner the child safety market public, with this week’s announcement of its acquisition plans that almost wrapped up. This move is poised to increase shareholder value tremendously in the upcoming quarter.
Things didn’t just stop at acquisition news as it was also announced that the company’s website www.atwec.com has been updated to show the full product line. The new website will also contain up-to-date news of the company’s happenings, and that’s not all as the website will also serve as a bridge between company executives and its shareholders which show intention to get closer to its shareholders and get them to bet big on its success,
Alex Wiley, who is the President and CEO of ATWEC Technologies, said in his statement ”as we look towards the ATWEC’s future, these acquisitions are just a glimpse of goals we are looking to achieve. We have everything planned to get ATWEC Technologies to the OTCQB by 2021. Our mission will require financial audits and some other specific requirements, but we are pretty much confident that we will get there in a short matter of time. This will be another one of our milestones in our development from a startup company to a big player in security technology.”
About ATWEC Technologies
ATWEC Technologies was founded in 1979 with a focus on creating child safety products that aid in the transportation of children to and from social events. Based out of Memphis, Tennessee the company secured its first patent 7646288, B2 for its Flagship KV-3 system, Since then it has developed three high-caliber child safety devices that give both parents and administrators total control of the transportation process, with maximum security for the children. Extra effort has been placed to make sure that all products comply with every specific state-mandated law or requirement.
Currently, its top sellers Kiddie Alert and KV-3 backup systems are being sold in over 100 countries. The recently announced KV-4 platform uses RFID technology and marks the first time the company took its systems to the cloud. This makes tracking the children on multiple platforms a breeze. Strategically the new KV-X products use ultra-violet rays to sanitize vehicles from bacteria and pathogens, which should help give it an edge in these times not to mention endearing itself to health-conscious parents. On the social responsibility side of things, ATWEC Technologies is working to help pass legislation that will further promote the welfare of the children and their well being.
On the OTC market, ATWEC Technologies trades under the symbol “ATWT,” and the website of the company is www.atwec.com. if you want to read anther artical about