Scientigo’s CEO to Address Equities Winter Conference XIII; Doyal Bryant Will Present and Discuss Recent Acquisition of Find.com with Plans to Launch Next-Generation Search in Early 2006
NEW YORK — Market Central, Inc. (OTC BB:MKTE), (d.b.a. Scientigo), a leading provider of next generation search solutions, today announced that Doyal Bryant, the Company’s CEO and President, will present at the Equities Winter Conference XIII at 10:30 a.m. (Eastern) on Thursday, December 1, 2005. The conference will be hosted at the Yale Club in New York City.
Mr. Bryant will expand on the Company’s recently announced Find.com acquisition and discuss its entrance and strategy into personalized local, mobile, and product search markets. Relevance and accuracy of the searches will be enabled leveraging Scientigo’s patented ‘Tigo’ technology. Mr. Bryant will highlight the Company’s impressive business accomplishments for 2005 and give an outlook for 2006.
Following the presentations, Mr. Bryant will be available for one-on-one breakout meetings with analysts, fund managers, brokers and investors. Interested parties should contact Vince Buczek at 704-506-3098 to schedule meetings.
The new Find.com, now under development and expected to launch in the first quarter of 2006, will take personalized local, mobile, and product search results to an entirely new level of relevance and accuracy for consumers by leveraging Scientigo’s patented ‘Tigo’ intelligent content recognition and management technology.
This acquisition is the latest in a series of strategic purchases, partnerships, alliances, and technology licenses between Scientigo and leaders in specific vertical industries, including intelligent search, intelligent document recognition, and intelligent enterprise content management.
For those interested in logging online to the conference presentation, which will be archived for 90 days following this event, visit the website: www.equitiesmagazine.com.
Scientigo (pronounced “C N T Go”) is an emerging technology leader that invented, patented, and is now licensing the next-generation of intelligent document recognition, intelligent enterprise content management, and intelligent search technologies for consumers and the enterprise. Scientigo’s patented ‘Tigo’ technology creates order from information chaos by using artificial intelligence, machine learning, rules-based systems, and patented XML technology to make it faster, easier, and less costly to capture, file, organize, and retrieve any type of information. This boosts employee productivity and corporate agility, reduces document management and research costs, and delivers ROI practically overnight. World-leading third-party independent software and solution providers are licensing Scientigo’s technologies to dramatically improve the capabilities, benefits, and market appeal of their offerings; and to speed their time-to-market for the next-generation of intelligent information acquisition and retrieval systems. Scientigo can be reached on the Web at http://www.Scientigo.com.
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