Xalles Holdings Inc. (XALL) Building Fintech Support Strategy Through Acquisitions, Mentoring

October 2, 2019 13:42:51
  • Xalles Holdings is a payment auditing services company building a fintech transaction support strategy through acquisitions and mentoring
  • The company’s subsidiaries offer services including program management, marketing capabilities, investment and financial management
  • Xalles recently reported its fifth consecutive quarter of revenue generation

The financial transaction systems that support all business enterprises have changed throughout the course of history, but what has never changed is the common goal of securing a means by which creators, regardless of their product class, can profit by providing someone else those products and services, and also by which consumers can acquire products or services by giving up an acceptable measure of asset to obtain them.

Xalles Holdings Inc. (OTC: XALL) has established its mission of supporting investment, financing and commerce systems in order to ensure that these financial transactions can take place unhindered by the multitude of challenges that the modern marketplace may pose – challenges that may include technological processing issues, language and cultural connections, security confidence or resource management efficiencies.

Modern mobile technology has made the marketplace an ever-growing field of dreams by effectively reducing the divisions and temporal distances involved in global commerce. As fintech systems bolstered by the blockchain have arisen as alternatives to the traditional government-secured institution banking model, companies such as Xalles Holdings have developed strategies for keeping the technological highways humming with trade.

Xalles Holdings is working to become the dominant provider of payment systems by acquiring and mentoring select fintech firms with developing revenue streams and opportunities to boost those revenues. The company’s subsidiaries provide or are preparing to provide investment management capabilities, post-payment auditing using a proprietary software platform, payment card financial services and rewards programs that include non-profit fundraising platforms, among other things.

“The common element… is that every project or company we acquire has a business model that ultimately ends up setting up a payment or financial transaction toll gate of one sort or another,” CEO Thomas Nash said during a September NetworkNewsAudio interview (http://ccw.fm/pe1qP). “This could be anything from technology licensing fees, it could be transaction fees, it could be getting a percentage on a revenue share of volume and transactions that are passing through some form of electronic or other brick and mortar commerce transactions.”

Xalles’ acquisition progression model targets four stages of valuations, with strategies adapted to each one. The first two involve businesses with valuations of less than $1 million. The first target stage involves a fintech monitoring and mentoring program through which Xalles provides webinars and quarterly checkups without any investment involved, while the second provides a fintech management program with advisory services and monetary support, plus an option to acquire the business.

The third target stage involves direct management and shared services through subsidiary acquisition as a firm’s valuation exceeds $1 million. As an acquired business’ value exceeds $20 million, it becomes a candidate for being spun out as a separate public company or divestiture supported with external fundraising and governance structure.

Xalles’ previous fintech projects have included working with the U.S. Department of Defense, Mastercard, Citibank and U.S. Bank’s PowerTrack service. Business Insider Intelligence predicts that increasing mobile electronics use will drive e-commerce, reaching 44 percent of the $1.9 trillion e-commerce market forecast for 2024 and 68 percent of the peer-to-peer (P2P) computer networks’ $760 billion forecast (http://ccw.fm/Uovq1).

Xalles recently reported its fifth consecutive revenue-producing quarter and its expectations to continue building revenues as it rolls out new services and its proprietary technology during the coming year (http://ccw.fm/D49mI).

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Xalles.com

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to XALL are available in the company’s newsroom at http://ccw.fm/XALL

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