SOURCE: OJsys, Inc.

September 04, 2007 09:58 ET

OJsys, Inc. to Become SEC Reporting

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - September 4, 2007) - OJsys, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: OJSY) announced today that it has taken the appropriate steps to become SEC reporting by retaining Mendoza Berger & Company, LLP, a PCAOB-registered accounting firm, to audit OJSY's financial statements for the years ending December 31, 2005 and December 31, 2006.

Mendoza Berger is a California-based accounting firm that specializes in SEC reporting and auditing. Their client base includes companies in Southern California, the Western United States, Europe, Asia and Australia. The two founders, Henry Mendoza, CPA, and James F. Berger, CPA, have a record of a combined 59 years of experience which gives Mendoza Berger the ability to offer superior service to their clients.

"By becoming reporting, OJSY will be able to continue its growth," said OJSY CEO Henri Joubaud. "By retaining a firm of the caliber of Mendoza Berger we are confident that our financial statements will accurately reflect our development. This is simply a natural progression for our company."

For more information about Mendoza Berger go to www.mendozaberger.com.

More information is available at www.OJsys.net or Contact:

Paul DeRiso
paul@coreconsultingroup.com
Tele: (925) 465-6088

About OJsys, Inc.:

OJsys, Inc., established in April of 2000, is a developer and manufacturer specializing in various broadcasting receivers/Set-top Box i.e. satellite receiver, terrestrial receiver, IP Set-top box, Receiver plus DVD RW combo, etc. as well as media center PC devices including Satellite receiver, digital recording (PVR) function. Also they supply those Set-top Boxes, Home Automation, Home Security, DVD and other Media Center Devices to Europe, Japan, the Middle East, Asia and the United States. More information is available at www.OJsys.net.

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