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Notify Technology Reports Results for the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012

SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Notify Technology Corporation (Pink Sheets: NTFY.PK) today announced financial results for its fiscal year ended September 30, 2012.

Total fiscal twelve-month revenue decreased 11% to $6,107,445 in the twelve-month period ended September 30, 2012 from $6,833,885 during the same period in the prior year.  The net loss for the twelve month period ended September 30, 2012 was $943,644 or $13.38 per diluted share. The company's financial performance dropped from a net loss of $487,768, or $6.91 per diluted share, reported for the same period in the prior year. The decrease in net income for the fiscal year reflects a combination of a reduction in sales of the NotifyLink and NotifySync products and the slower than anticipated growth of the NotifyMDM product line.

"This has been a challenging year for Notify as we have found the mobile device management (MDM) market to be much more competitive than we expected" said David Hanabusa, President and Chief Executive Officer of the company. "We are continually improving our MDM product and have invested heavily in development assets to do so.  We have also streamlined our operation where we can without sacrificing product design."

Sales and Marketing expenses were $2,197,826 in the twelve-month period ended September 30, 2012 compared to $2,504,948 in the twelve-month period ended September 30, 2011.  Spending was focused on the NotifyMDM product line and marketing of the NotifyLink product line was deemphasized.

Research and Development expenses were $3,124,886 in the twelve-month period ended September 30, 2012 compared to $3,079,921 in the twelve-month period ended September 30, 2011.  The increase was due to the investment to expedite the development of the NotifyMDM product line while still maintaining the capability to improve and support the NotifySync and NotifyLink products.

General and Administrative expenses decreased to $1,639,111 in the twelve-month period ended September 30, 2012 compared to $1,722,342 for the twelve-month period ended September 30, 2011.  The decrease was primarily due to incurring minimal SEC filing costs and reducing executive compensation.

About Notify Technology Corporation
Founded in 1994, Notify Technology Corporation is an independent software vendor (ISV) who has specialized in wireless mobility solutions and services for the past 11 years. Notify's products including NotifyLink, NotifySync and NotifyMDM support all major smart phone and tablet platforms independent of wireless carrier or network.  Notify sells its mobility products directly and through authorized resellers internationally. Notify is an official Apple iOS Enterprise Development Partner, Android Development Partner, BlackBerry Development Partner, Windows Mobile and Windows Phone Development Partner. The Company is headquartered in San Jose, California with product development and technical support located in Canfield, Ohio. For more information, visit http://www.notifycorp.com or contact 408-777-7930.

 (Financial Tables Follow)


 

NOTIFY TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

CONDENSED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS

 








Three-Month Periods


Twelve-Month Periods



Ended September 30,


Ended September 30,




2012


2011


2012

2011




(unaudited)


(audited)


(unaudited)

(audited)












Revenue:









Product revenue

$ 1,423,085


$ 1,636,814


$6,107,445


$ 6,833,885


Total revenue

1,423,085


1,636,814


6,107,445


6,833,885




















Cost of revenue:










Product cost

34,013


4,449


82,027


24,689



Royalty payments

7,485


1,195


19,700


5,291


Total cost of revenue

41,498


5,644


101,727


29,980


Gross profit

1,381,587


1,631,170


6,005,718


6,803,905












Operating expenses:










Research and development

700,046


796,801


3,124,886


3,079,921



Sales and marketing

375,721


602,161


2,197,826


2,504,948



General and administrative

439,836


455,981


1,639,111


1,722,342


Total operating expenses

1,515,603


1,854,943


6,961,823


7,307,211












Income from operations

(134,016)


(223,773)


(956,105)


(503,306)












Interest income and other, net

2,152


3,344


12,461


15,538












Net income (loss) before provision for income taxes

(131,864)


(220,430)


(943,644)


(487,768)











Provision for income taxes

--


--


--


--


Net income (loss)

$ (131,864)


$ (220,430)


$ (943,644)


$(487,768)












Basic net income (loss) per share

$ (1.87)


$ (3.12)


$ (13.38)


$ (6.91)












Basic weighted average shares outstanding

70,556


70,556


70,556


70,556











Diluted weighted net income (loss) per share

$ (1.87)


$ (3.15)


$ (13.38)


$ (6.91)











Diluted weighted average shares outstanding

70,556


70,556


70,556


70,556


















 

Notify Technology CORPORATION


Condensed Balance Sheets

 






Sept. 30,


Sept. 30,






2012


2011






(unaudited)


(audited)


Assets:








Current assets:








Cash and cash equivalents



$  902,447


$  2,040,580



Accounts receivable, net



156,492


271,251



Other assets



110,586


83,235


Total current assets



1,169,525


2,395,066



Non-current assets








Property and equipment, net



192,460


312,272



Lease deposits



15,602


15,602



Total non-current assets



208,062


327,874



Total assets



$ 1,377,587


$  2,722,940


Liabilities and shareholders' deficit







Current liabilities:








Current portion of capital lease obligation



$         2,830


$       2,665



Accounts payable



67,534


65,103



Accrued payroll and related liabilities



330,571


426,151



Deferred revenue



2,453,860


2,839,051



Other accrued liabilities



163,832


128,915


Total current liabilities



3,018,627


3,461,885


Long-term liabilities:








Long-term Deferred revenue



63,588


88,142



Long-term capital lease obligations



9,289


12,120


     Total long-term liabilities



72,877


100,262


Total liabilities



3,091,504


3,562,147


Shareholders' deficit:








Preferred stock



- -


- -



Common stock



71


71



Additional paid-in capital



23,692,964


23,624,030



Accumulated deficit



(25,406,952)


(24,463,308)


Total shareholders' deficit



(1,713,917)


(839,207)



Total liabilities and shareholders' deficit


$  1,377,587


$  2,722,940












 

Contacts:
At Notify Technology Corporation:                                      
Jerry Rice, Chief Financial Officer                            
Phone: 408-777-7927
[email protected]

SOURCE Notify Technology Corporation

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