St. Paul, MN, November 23, 2020 – – Digitiliti, Inc., (OTC US: DIGI), the Company, is pleased to announce the Company will be entering into a News and Financial Disclosure business.
The Company will be adding an established News and Financial Disclosure service that includes development of financial media outlets as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company.
The incoming subsidiary has established relationships with several media companies focused in stocks, cryptocurrency and general financial disclosure.
Quality and secure services like these are under increasing scrutiny and demand. The Company believes its state of the art servers, RSS Feeds and SSL encryption will be able to compete with leading competitors in delivering quality financial information across market-centric outlets.
Stated Digitiliti Management: “We’re pleased to have come into the DIGI entity to advance our news and disclosure company. With established affiliates, partnerships and great infrastructure the Company can become an industry leader.”
About Digitiliti, Inc.:
Digitiliti Inc., based in St. Paul, Minnesota, but is virtually managed by servers using Amazon AWS for locations in Hong Kong, Canada, and other Democratic nations that support a free and independent press. Digitiliti’s focus on providing companies with easy to use news release dissemination services allowing businesses and organizations to simplify their business flow of information and business relations.
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