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Cyberlux Corporation (OTC: CYBL) Moving Northbound as DOD Contractor Acquires Kreatx SHPK & Raises Revenue Guidance

Cyberlux Corporation (OTC: CYBL) is on the rise northbound after a quick dip below the $0.02 mark. The stock is among the top most traded stocks in small caps with daily dollar volume regularly in the $1 to $5 million dollar range. Investors are looking for a return to previous highs and a break over $0.066 for confirmation of the next leg up. CYBL got a boost after the Company announced it has acquired Kreatx SHPK, a developer of innovative software solutions. Kreatx has extensive knowledge and experience in building SaaS solutions and end-user applications, which will support Cyberlux in building end-to-end SaaS offerings, required by global governments and commercial customers. With this transaction, Kreatx will add to the foundation of the Cyberlux Infrastructure Software Solutions (Cyberlux ISS) business unit and advance the Cyberlux strategy for its new Cyberlux Digital Software Platform, a core business grow strategy in 2022. Microcapdaily first reported on CYBL on July 11 when the stock was trading for well under a penny.  

CYBL has seen significant growth through acquisitions across industries with advanced unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), LED lighting solutions, renewable energy and infrastructure technology, and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions. CYBL is an active Department of Defense (DoD) contractor providing leading-edge, battle-tested lighting solutions to the U.S. Air Force, National Guard, Special Operations Command (SOCOM), and the U.S. Army. Management has been working with the share structure and enacting a no reverse split policy as they move the AS from 20 billion down to 8.75 billion recently going “pink current” Last week the Company announced it is increasing its revenue guidance for the full year 2022 from $30.5 million to $44.8 million, an increase of 47 percent from the Company’s prior guidance. In addition, the Company is expecting to post significant positive growth in net income from Operations for the full year 2022. 

Cyberlux Corporation (OTC: CYBL) is an advanced digital technology platform company leading the digital transformation evolution across industries with advanced unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), LED lighting solutions, renewable energy and infrastructure technology, and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions to U.S. government agencies, commercial markets and international opportunities. Since 2006, Cyberlux has provided leading-edge, battle-tested lighting solutions to the U.S. Air Force, National Guard, Special Operations Command (SOCOM), and the U.S. Army.  As the Company’s primary channel, Cyberlux supplies the DoD with light-weight, portable battery-powered advanced LED lighting systems for special operators, forward-base operations, security and maintenance lighting. After early consumer product trials, the Company has focused on DoD lighting technology and serving the Military, First Responder and related Commercial markets, primarily with the BrightEye Tactical Lighting System products. The Company’s mission is to be the trusted provider of advanced lighting solutions to Commercial, Government and Military organizations worldwide. CYBL has liquidity, it starting to see upward momentum again and boasts a fast-growing shareholder base bidding the stock higher.  

Microcapdaily first reported on CYBL on July 11 when the stock was under $0.01. Later we reported on CYBL when they moved into the drone space stating: “In August the Company moved into the drone space with the acquisition of CTMC Drone Solutions, LLC to the Cyberlux business as its drone capability platform, including key technology assets and personnel resources, creating the foundation for the new Cyberlux drone business unit, FlightEye Drone Solutions.  

Earlier this year the Company acquired FBD Group SHPK to build out the Cyberlux infrastructure technology capability platform, including key technology assets and personnel resources, creating the growth engine for the Cyberlux infrastructure business across Europe and North and South America. With this acquisition, the Company has created a new business unit, Cyberlux Infrastructure Technology Solutions (Cyberlux ITS), as the next Cyberlux business platform that will drive the execution and implementation of core Cyberlux infrastructure technology across global renewable energy and infrastructure projects. FBD Group is a global telecommunications, infrastructure, software and service provider, and an innovator in next-generation telecommunications technologies such as 5G, a key communication technology for unmanned aircraft guidance systems.  

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The Company’s Operation Alpha growth plan has three top priorities: (1) drive growth through aggressive business development, acquisitions and joint ventures; (2) address core target markets with DoD products, new specialty UAS technology capabilities, solar and renewables, and with emerging infrastructure projects; and (3) gain immediate business velocity by focusing on the new business and the new product pipeline, accelerating the South American projects, continuing to build out the Company’s organization, and driving the Company’s strategic IP development. 

CYBL was up over 18% on Monday after the Company announced it has acquired Kreatx SHPK, a developer of innovative software solutions. Kreatx has extensive knowledge and experience in building SaaS solutions and end-user applications, which will support Cyberlux in building end-to-end SaaS offerings, required by global governments and commercial customers. With this transaction, Kreatx will add to the foundation of the Cyberlux Infrastructure Software Solutions (Cyberlux ISS) business unit and advance the Cyberlux strategy for its new Cyberlux Digital Software Platform, a core business grow strategy in 2022. 

Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Tirana, Albania, a NATO member country, Kreatx is one of the key providers of SaaS solutions in the region, with business applications that encompass No Code/Low Code platform, Data Management, E-Invoicing, Customer Relationship Management, Contract Management, Digital Archiving, Document Management, Workforce Management, Data Management, Accounting and Finance, Billing, Human Resource Management and Payroll. Kreatx also provides On-Demand Project Development Services and System Integration Services to both government and commercial customers. Kreatx joins Cyberlux with a staff of 38, including 30 software development and customer support engineers. Importantly, this acquisition also provides Cyberlux with existing customers, revenues, and technical capabilities to execute on the Digital Software Platform strategy to deliver digital solutions, create ongoing growth in revenue, profit, and shareholder value. Kreatx capabilities extend beyond typical software providers delivering point products, offering a low-code development platform with out-of-the-box capabilities to integrate disparate data and quickly create business applications. These features will broaden the Cyberlux ISS technological competency and help accelerate the delivery of digital solutions across multiple industries. 

To solidify the Company’s leadership position within the shifting digital technology landscape for next-generation business models, Cyberlux is actively pursuing the hiring of key leaders for our Digital Software Platform business and negotiating the acquisition of additional technology assets to address the estimated $500 billion market size for digital transformation solutions in 2021 (ReportLinker, December 8, 2021).  

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CYBL is on the rise northbound after a quick dip below the $0.02 mark. The stock is among the top most traded stocks in small caps with daily dollar volume regularly in the $1 to $5 million dollar range. Investors are looking for a return to previous highs and a break over $0.066 for confirmation of the next leg up. CYBL got a boost after the Company announced it has acquired Kreatx SHPK, a developer of innovative software solutions. Kreatx has extensive knowledge and experience in building SaaS solutions and end-user applications, which will support Cyberlux in building end-to-end SaaS offerings, required by global governments and commercial customers. With this transaction, Kreatx will add to the foundation of the Cyberlux Infrastructure Software Solutions (Cyberlux ISS) business unit and advance the Cyberlux strategy for its new Cyberlux Digital Software Platform, a core business grow strategy in 2022. CYBL has seen significant growth through acquisitions across industries with advanced unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), LED lighting solutions, renewable energy and infrastructure technology, and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions. CYBL is an active Department of Defense (DoD) contractor providing leading-edge, battle-tested lighting solutions to the U.S. Air Force, National Guard, Special Operations Command (SOCOM), and the U.S. Army. Management has been working with the share structure and enacting a no reverse split policy as they move the AS from 20 billion down to 8.75 billion recently going “pink current” Last week the Company announced it is increasing its revenue guidance for the full year 2022 from $30.5 million to $44.8 million, an increase of 47 percent from the Company’s prior guidance. In addition, the Company is expecting to post significant positive growth in net income from Operations for the full year 2022. Microcapdaily first reported on CYBL on July 11 when the stock was trading for well under a penny. We will be updating on CYBL when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with CYBL.

Disclosure: we hold no position in CYBL either long or short and we have not been compensated for this article.

 

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