SOURCE: Lattice Incorporated

Lattice Incorporated

May 09, 2013 07:00 ET

Lattice Sells Non-Strategic DoD Assets for $1.2 Million

Divesture Unmasks Performance of High-Growth Communications Segment

PENNSAUKEN, NJ--(Marketwired - May 9, 2013) - Lattice Incorporated (OTCBB: LTTC) ("Lattice" or the "Company"), a provider of advanced information and communications technology solutions to the government and commercial markets, completed the sale of certain non-strategic Department of Defense assets for $1.2 million plus additional earn-out provisions based on contract renewals.

Lattice will record a one-time gain on the transaction of approximately $0.4 million and will see a working capital improvement of approximately $0.7 million. The transaction is expected to have a nominal effect on current operating income levels while reducing top-line revenues by approximately $2.5 million.

"The rapid growth of our communications segment has been masked by changing dynamics in our government services business," stated Paul Burgess, Chief Executive Officer of Lattice. "By divesting aspects of our legacy government business, our top line will more accurately reflect the ongoing strong performance of our high-growth communications segment. In addition, this transaction removes contract renewal risk associated with the current budgeting climate in Washington."

About Lattice Incorporated

Lattice Incorporated provides advanced information and communications technology solutions to customers globally. The Company's innovative, cost-effective solutions leverage its proprietary Nexus platform, a real-time transaction processing engine, to develop and deliver customized cloud-based software applications with military-grade security for markets that require highly secure solutions. For more information, visit

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