Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 1, 2006
Economic Technologies, today, at its Global Vision teleconference, unveiled its DEPP (Dimax/EXCAP Process Platform) infrastructure technology and global standard.
The DEPP standard is an integrated, intelligent economic and technology solutions platform, deeply rooted in forward-view technologies, underscoring the future. DEPP delivers a wide range of resilient economic growth infrastructure solutions options. It minimizes speculative quantities, by allowing national economic managers to invent the future, with quality precision. Of particular importance, it allows a country to capture three-fold infrastructure investment returns, over an extended period and within an expanded areas of productivity acceleration and operations efficiency.
About 67% of the technologies, applications and platforms deployed in mega (and even smaller) national infrastructure projects in communication, healthcare, finance and banking, transportation and energy, particularly in Africa, the Middle East, South America and Asia, become obsolete or irrelevant even before such mega projects are completed. In some cases, as a result of extremely aggressive business and marketing projections, void of harnessing breakthrough technological tools and best-of-breed standards.
Economic Technologies intends to give away this technology (a $250 million value, per deployment), at no cost, to any country, upon request. In return, the company is committed to capture and retain a leadership role in the development, management and successful execution of the wave of mega economic infrastructure projects, worldwide, such as the $100 billion Abu Dhabi project, the $26 billion King Abdullah Economic City and the more than 153 mega projects in the pipeline, from such countries as South Africa, India, China and Qatar.
“Economic power and well-being equates proximity to best-of-breed knowledge and the ability to understand and lead their deployment for practical and sustained advantages, stringently avoiding highly dilutive and corrosive bargains,” stated Jude E. Uba, Economic Technologies’ chairman & CEO.
At the heart of sustained economic growth is productivity growth, which demands building a nation’s core economic infrastructure standard by efficiently shifting resources to powerful and clear-cut best-of-breed growth process platforms that turn individuals’ efforts into goods and services that can be consumed at home and abroad, while operating at the highest standard. “With sentiments weighted towards future optimal transactions, rapid and accelerated global competitive resolve, if not advantage, must underpin all mega infrastructure projects, translating them into raised standards of living and labor productivity gains for people, a very important building block of economic prosperity,” Uba stated. “Why buy a tool today, that will be useless tomorrow.”
The company also announced that it will reveal its strategic partnerships and links in February. They will be instrumental in providing collaborative assets in the advancement and delivery of DEPP standard technologies and applications, with a clear migration and adoption path for intelligent solutions.
About Economic Technologies, Inc.:
Economic Technologies, Inc., builds, integrates and manages the economic intelligence, economic operating systems, critical backbone infrastructures and synthesized common platforms that make economies work, enabling nations to, rapidly, achieve massive and sustained economic growth. The company is leading an ambitious worldwide effort, to build the largest and most comprehensive market distribution infrastructures and services in the world, through the bundling of economic growth technologies and applications, implementation logistics management, critical financial infrastructures (CFI), advanced global healthcare access and massive information/knowledge distribution and delivery platforms. The Company’s proprietary economic science breakthrough, Dimax/EXCAP, the product of a 15-year intensive R&D, the first-of-its-kind, is changing how an estimated 4.5 billion people, worldwide, work and live.