BALTIMORE, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 08/23/13 -- Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and microcap sectors, has initiated research coverage of Unisource Corp. (OTC Pink: USRC) an emerging cloud-based SaaS (software as a service) solutions and technology provider to the global logistics marketplace.
Through its majority ownership in Visionship, Unisource sells a cost-effective and innovative transportation and logistics management system for use by logistics providers in supply chain management. The three primary components are an Intuitive Transportation Management System, cloud storage and Data Management System, and paper-free mobile applications. The opportunity is vast for the Company as Forbes estimates that the cloud computing sector and SaaS segments will total $210B and $32.8B respectively, by 2016.
In the Goldman Opportunity Research report on the Company, analyst Rob Goldman outlines his investment thesis.
"In our view, the Unisource SaaS cloud-based model has a number of competitive advantages over the competition, including Fortune 100 companies. Unisource's real-time, cloud-based system solves an unmet logistics management need and easily integrates into customers' existing ERP systems. Moreover, the platform provides 100% supply chain visibility, along with mobile and paperless applications for all required transportation documents. Plus, the SaaS model significantly lowers customer cost and enhances Unisource revenue visibility and gross margin. In addition to the software platform sales, management plans to engage in the M&A of logistic technology providers. Execution of this strategy should ultimately result in the formation of one of the largest vertically integrated and profitable software technology providers in the logistics arena."
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About Unisource Corp.: Unisource Corp. (OTC Pink: USRC) is a holding enterprise whose strategy is to acquire and combine third party logistics service providers and logistics technology providers in order to offer a unique, cost effective Cloud-based SaaS solution for the global logistics marketplace. The Company also develops specialized, patent pending logistics software through our operating subsidiary, Visionship, Inc. Beyond logistics software, Unisource's strategy is to acquire and combine leading edge logistic technology providers with third party logistic (3PL) companies to offer a unique, unparalleled service in the global supply chain industry.is a growing restaurant concept that marries fast casual to nutritious and healthy food.
For more information, visit www.unisourcecorp.com.
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