|By PR Newswire||
|March 5, 2014 08:01 AM EST||
BALTIMORE, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and micro cap sectors, has issued a new company research report on Everlert, Inc. (OTC: EVLI). Through its Totalpost Services, Inc. subsidiary, Everlert, Inc. is a prominent provider of mail management equipment and systems and is entering the security-screening segment later this year.
The Company's innovative and diverse product offerings provide a unique edge compared with other suppliers in the multi-billion dollar industry. These offerings range from typical mailroom equipment and services to critical functions such as disaster planning and recovery and even x-ray cabinet security screening for mailroom and high profile commercial buildings.
In the Goldman Opportunity Research report on the Company, analyst Rob Goldman outlines his investment thesis.
"Everlert primarily sells and distributes products produced by its sister company, Totalpost™, one of the only manufacturers and suppliers of high quality remanufactured and compatible postage ink cartridges and ribbons that are U.S. Postal Services approved.
Seeing an opportunity in the screening space, Everlert markets an x-ray cabinet screening device for its existing target markets and will soon offer a flat x-ray digital forensic screening device targeting the medical examiner market."
"Leveraging the success of the model and brand of its sister company in Europe, we believe that newly traded Everlert, Inc. is poised to emerge as a leading player in the multi-billion dollar mail management and digital delivery industry. Given the strong domestic demand for its products, Everlert has already proven that the Totalpost model is replicable throughout the U.S. via Everlert and could repeat or exceed the success of its U.K.-based sister company."
This press release contains excerpts from out most recently published report on Everlert, Inc. and was prepared for informational purposes only. To view our sponsored Everlert, Inc. report, disclosures and disclaimers, or to download the report in its entirety, please visit http://www.goldmanresearch.com.
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About Everlert, Inc.: Through its Totalpost Services, Inc. subsidiary, Everlert, Inc. is one of the most prominent providers of quality ink cartridges in the U.S. postage meter industry. Totalpost's brand and reputation is expanding into other highly profitable business markets such as mailroom equipment, mailroom services, returned mail recycling, disaster planning and recovery for the mail recovery functionality for companies, and its Forensic and Security Division for representation of its line of forensic and security x-ray scanning equipment.
SOURCE Goldman Small Cap Research
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