Sebring Software Announces Presentation at the 131st National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) investment conference on June 17
CLEARWATER, Fla., June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sebring Software, Inc. ("Sebring") (OTC: SMXI), a growing Dental Practice Management ("DPM") company with operations in Arizona and Florida, today announced that Leif Andersen CEO and President, will be a featured presenter at the 131st National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) investment conference on Tuesday, June 17, Roosevelt Hotel in New York, NY.
The National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) is the only not-for-profit association for national, regional and independent broker dealers, investment banking firms, investment advisors, and related capital market service providers. For over 28 years NIBA's focus has been to provide a forum for quality micro-cap and small-cap companies seeking financing or exposure to present their story. NIBA's membership is vast and multinational, representing over 8800 registered reps with an estimated $78BB in assets under management.
About Sebring Software:
Sebring Software, Inc. a Nevada Corporation ("Sebring") acquired Sumotext, Inc., a publicly traded company, in October 2010. Sebring is a software company focused on the Dental Practice Management industry ("DPM"). Driven by capital and cost-efficiency, dental services providers join DPM companies to combine acquisition and organic growth to increase profitability while instilling best practice management infrastructure. While most DPMs and dental practices use different software packages, Sebring uses software solutions to substantially reduce the cost of DPM administration.
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