NetworkNewsBreaks – Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Offers UMI Platform as Multi-channel and Omni-channel Marketing Gain Acceptance by Modern Retailers

Consorteum Holdings (OTC: CSRH) is presently offering its Universal Mobile Interface (“UMI”), a state-of-the-art technology that can integrate any stream of data onto a mobile platform, which makes it idyllic for omni-channel and multi-channel marketers. An article discussing the company reads: “Developed by Consorteum subsidiary 359 Mobile Inc., the UMI is a state-of-the-art platform for integrating any stream of data onto a mobile platform. The technology has the capacity to provide solutions in fintech, data analytics, secure payment processing, compliance lead transaction management and various digital social event sectors. The UMI platform also allows cross operating system development to support all mobile devices while addressing the complex and highly regulated needs of the mobile fintech industry. It is ideal for today’s omni-channel marketing campaigns.”

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About Consorteum Holdings, Inc.

Consorteum Holdings, Inc. is a mobile platform company focused on delivering compliant complex mobile-based transactions through a mix of partnerships, license agreements, and joint venture revenue share arrangements. The company is focused on FinTech, otherwise known as next-generation financial technology. Consorteum aims to capitalize on the broad variety of technological interventions into personal and commercial transactions by focusing its efforts and resources where it can leverage its expertise in direct and vertical based solutions. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Consorteum.com.

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