Vancouver, BC – Identillect Technologies Corp. (TSX-V:ID) (the “Company” or “Identillect”) is pleased to announce that through internal sales and successful reseller programs in Health Care, Real Estate and other industries susceptible to breach and regulatory changes, the Company has recognized a 36% increase in monthly paying subscribers since June 01, 2016, shortly after going public.
Delivery Trust™ is an email encryption solution being deployed by small businesses and enterprises at a monthly subscription fee. The multiplatform software is available for Gmail, Microsoft 365, making it very simple solution for businesses with varying email platforms to integrate a seamless email encryption tool.
Due to the greater exposure in their target markets, Identillect is gaining the attention of larger organizations such as hospitals, insurance companies and benefits providers in the United States, which has led to significant growth in Identillect’s subscriber base.
Identillect CEO Todd Sexton comments, “The recent breach at Yahoo only continues to prove our platform is becoming more and more relevant for businesses around the world. There is a true need from professionals for the convenient and compliant security tools we provide, as evident by the overwhelmingly positive user reviews regarding our service online. We are committed to continue providing excellence in service as we expand our reseller network and client base.”
The Company has greatly expanded their strategic partner network to wide array of managed IT, SAAS, and Compliance organizations. As a result, exposure of Identillect’s Delivery Trust email encryption solution has been able to reach a much wider audience in the United States, Canada and Europe. Additionally, the increase in regulatory demands requiring information to be protected in transit has made the mandate for a product like Delivery Trust™ a requirement when doing business.
The United States is currently experiencing data breaches in excess of 28 million records breaches in the first 9 months of 2016, these breaches cost an average of $211 USD per record equating to an astounding $5.9 billion dollars and growing. The email security market is expected to reach heights of $2.3 billion USD in 2017 in the attempts to combat this ever-present issue.
Identillect’s Delivery Trust™ proprietary e-mail encryption technology targets organizations of all sizes, and is sold to medical professionals on a monthly subscription basis. Delivery Trust™ can be accessed by medical professionals on a vast array of electronic communication devices. All messages and their attachments are secured with patented, state-of-the-art encryption technology while providing complete control of the message with the click of a button, ensuring safety and control while in transit.
Since commercializing the product, Identillect has quickly grown its subscriber base and is becoming recognized in the security industry as a top e-mail security provider. Visithttps://identillect.com/ to learn more.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors of:
IDENTILLECT TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
Chief Executive Officer
Identillect Technologies Corp.
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