SOURCE: ProTek Capital, Inc.
CHEYENNE, WY--(Marketwired - Mar 26, 2014) - Protek / Luxuriant (OTC Pink: PRPM) (PINKSHEETS: PRPM) ("the company") announces today the sale of our proprietary ERP software MaryGen for an equity stake currently valued at over $500,000 to 3D EYE Solutions.
Protek/Luxuriant Holdings is proud to announce the sale of MaryGen to 3D Eye Solutions for 50,000 shares of Preferred stock. Under the terms, 3D EYE has contracted a 20 year ERP software veteran to finish development and we will assist in marketing MaryGen through our ties in the 420 industry. We see this as an opportunity to take a stake in, what we see as, a greatly undervalued company while at the same time clearing the way to streamline our focus on the supply area of the sector.
"We feel that the terms presented to us were a win/win scenario for our company and its shareholders, allowing us to use and profit from MaryGen while booking a stake in another asset, all while freeing up manpower and funds for our focus on expansion in the supply side of the sector," stated Mr. Jeffries.
CEO Protek / Luxuriant Holdings
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