SinglePoint Inc. (SING) Subsidiary ShieldSaver Drives Value to Shareholders with Proprietary Technology in Automotive Sector

Data gathered through ShieldSaver’s proprietary license-plate recognition technology is applicable for repairs, maintenance, insurance, purchasing, parts and more New ShieldSaver app allows consumers to connect, source and schedule windshield repairs quickly and at reduced cost The automotive glass industry was estimated at $12 billion in 2017; it’s expected to grow at a CAGR of 7 percent until 2024

SinglePoint Inc. (OTCQB: SING) continues to bolster its reputation as a diversified tech holding company with operations in multiple industries and verticals with astute acquisitions and investments. Subsidiary ShieldSaver, acquired in 2018, opens SinglePoint’s portfolio to the multibillion-dollar automotive repair and maintenance industry (http://nnw.fm/FsE7c). The significance of ShieldSaver’s proprietary license-plate recognition technology, which gathers data on both cars and consumers, is considerable, since the data has value far beyond the obvious, as a NetworkNewsAudio publication explains (http://nnw.fm/OvBl8).

The most apparent use is to identify when repairs are needed and then approach car owners about getting the work done, but the data also has value to other stakeholders…

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