Headquartered in Hanover, Brekford Maryland is a technology service provider of fully integrated vehicle upfitting services, rugged information technology and automated traffic photo enforcement solutions. The automated traffic enforcement group provides violator funded portable speed & red light enforcement safety systems coupled with revenue collection& processing services to local & state municipalities.
Like Watch list Company Mitek Systems ($MITK: Nasdaq), which in the last 24 months traded as low $.56, and with the explosion in mobile computing, a NASDAQ listing served as a catalyst to propel the stock to its current level of $12.58, Brekford has similar potential. The Company is close to meeting most of the qualitative listing requirements with the exception of the $3-4 price required to list. The OTCBB status presents an incredible opportunity to profit in the shares of BFDI, currently trading around $.61, on a potential move to a National Exchange.
Stocks-N-Sectors recently gathered our creative media team and traveled Hanover, MD to meet with Brekford Corp where we toured the corporate offices, viewed their operations & customized computerized technology vehicle upfitting facility and spent the day getting to know the senior management team CEO, C.B. Brechin, Managing Director Traffic Enforcement, Maurice Nelson, President, Scott Rutherford, Director of Finance & Operations, George Scheeller, and Director of Business Development, Travis Hudson. What strikes us about this company is that CB has assembled a core team of expert visionaries each bringing a focused strategic technologic, operational, business & services expansion trajectory that is cohesively executed.
Were back in New York producing Brekford’s investor style due diligence video where the executives speak to how this company uniquely reduces capital burn, achieves and sustains momentum in new business & revenue generation as a company and for their clients. Stay tuned for our exclusive content and take advantage of BFDI shares which won’t last much longer at current levels.