SOURCE: Automated-X, Inc.

Automated-X, Inc.

March 10, 2015 08:30 ET

Automated-X Announces It Has Initiated the Financial Audit Process in Preparation for Uplisting to the OTCQB

Leading Auditing Firm Engaged to Facilitate Uplisting

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - Mar 10, 2015) - Automated-X, Inc. (OTC PINK: AUTX), a developer and integrator of next generation automation technologies, today announced that it has initiated the financial auditing process to begin the transition from the OTC Markets Pink Sheets to the OTCQB. 

KBL, LLP, a leading Certified Public Accounting firm, has been engaged to facilitate the audit of its financials and other auditable business items in order to achieve its goal of full-reporting OTCQB issuer status.

"This is the next step in our building process. We have a lot of opportunity on the operations and marketing side of our business. Becoming fully audited and reporting will provide us with more opportunities on the financial side of our business and will also provide our shareholders with a much more robust trading platform. We are anticipating having our audit completed during the second quarter and our migration to the OTCQB shortly thereafter," commented Tim Regnier, President and COO.

About Automated-X, Inc.
Automated-X, Inc. (OTC PINK: AUTX), formerly Interline Resources Corp., develops and integrates next-generation automated technologies into retail store environments and other areas of application where efficiency is improved through automation. The Company intends to take a leading role in automated retail to constantly raise the bar with state-of-the-art convenience, security, and laborsaving technologies. It intends to eventually expand its kiosk offerings in other retail growth sectors, including other automated technology systems focused on convenience and price-driven automation opportunities. For more information, visit

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