April 10, 2013
/PRNewswire/ - Anything Technologies Media Inc stock symbol (EXMT.PK) is pleased to announce that the company is updating and remodeling all websites and is in the process of converting their current dedicated server that is based on Linux operating system to a cloud server. This cloud based server environment will allow the company to be more efficient and give the ability to update information and handle more traffic with customers, and information disseminated to their shareholders.
The company is also in the process of setting up a new media manufacturing facility in the bay area which will be far more efficient and cost effective for the business contracts, acquisitions and joint ventures that the company is currently involved in.
The company is also in the process of finalizing two new acquisition partners in the Medical Marijuana industry. One previously announced and the other a new one. These acquisitions will enable the company to market new innovative products and services to dispensaries and growers in the business. The company will update the shareholders when these acquisitions are finalized.
ABOUT ANYTHING TECHNOLOGIES MEDIA INC.
Anything Technologies Media Inc.,
is a Multi-Media Digital applications, production and marketing Company. ATM will be the parent company of subsidiary Corporations, each with their own professional management team with extensive backgrounds in finance, manufacturing, marketing and distribution. ATM's goal is to combine the expertise of our team members to create a cohesive force, which will carry the company forward in the marketplace to a preeminent position through revenue sharing and acquisitions.
ABOUT ANYTHING MEDIA INC.
AnyThing Media Inc,
is a "One Stop Shop" for content owners that want to distribute CD/DVD/USB or Blu-Ray Media to their customers. Specializing in CD and DVD duplication, Anything Media's logistics Supply Chain Management center has complete fulfillment, mailing, printing, e-commerce, and website design solutions. Our customers range from smaller specialty content owners to some of the largest content providers in the country.