|By Marketwired .||
|August 25, 2014 06:30 PM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 08/25/14 -- iSIGN Media Solutions Inc. ("iSIGN" or "Company") (TSX VENTURE: ISD)(OTCQX: ISDSF), a leading provider of interactive mobile advertising solutions that serves advertisers, manufacturers, retailers and advertising agencies throughout North America, announced that it has applied to the TSX Venture Exchange for approval to extend the exercise date for the 1,217,550 outstanding warrants issued in November and December 2010 in conjunction with a private placement and later extended to August 25, 2014.
The 1,217,550 warrants due to expire on August 25, 2014 will be extended to August 25, 2015. There is no change to the original exercise price of $0.30. None of the warrants are held by company insiders.
About iSIGN Media
Since 2007, iSIGN has been developing multiplatform advertising and marketing solutions for brands to better attract, engage and retain customers through their mobile devices. The data and SaaS (software as a service) company collects and analyzes shopper preferences so that brands can deliver targeted messaging and personalized offers to consumers' mobile devices, in-location and in real-time. The company's patented interactive proximity-marketing technology is capable of gathering average price points, typical purchases, in-store dwell times and other shopper metrics to deliver business intelligence and insights into emerging consumer behaviors that can help brands make better business decisions and measure their marketing efforts. Utilizing Bluetooth, mobile, Wi-Fi, and location-aware technologies to deliver relevant and timely messaging to any screen or mobile device, iSIGN delivers rich media, permission-based messages free to consumers that can drive immediate brand engagement, increased customer loyalty and deliver higher ROI on marketing dollars spent. Headquartered in Richmond Hill, Ontario, with R&D and customer support operations in Vancouver, BC and Tampa, FL, the Company has also grown to become the largest owner/operator of in-store digital media in Canada with 5,600 digital signs in about 1,400 locations. Partners include: IBM, Keyser Retail Solutions, Baylor University, Verizon Wireless, TELUS and AOpen America Inc., with solution distribution by GraphicMedia, Inc. www.isignmedia.com
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