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I am starting this thread to discuss Kanakaris Communications, Inc. This is a profitable Internet services/computer solutions company. KANA has Been around for 25 years. It is a classic undiscovered stock. Here is a short write up:
Kanakaris Communications, Inc.
Kanakaris Communications, Inc. (OTC-BB-KANA) is a Malibu, California based Corporation consisting of two wholly-owned subsidiaries, Desience and Kanakaris InternetWorks. The Company recently announced its intent to acquire a third subsidiary, r-Vision.
The Company's principal business focus is Internet activities such as the design and hosting of websites, proprietary websites, and Internet commerce.
The Desience division designs and manufactures the OPCON modular command center which encloses and organizes complex computer systems. Since 1985, Desience has provided OPCOM modules for the FBI, US Treasury, US Army, US Navy, US Secret Service, and IRS. Corporate clients include "Fortune 500" companies like AT&T, Coca-Cola, Ford, EDS, MCI, Metropolitan Life, etc.
The InternetWorks division produces cutting-edge Internet content, online products and commerce.
r-Vision is a premier website development company that designs award winning websites for motion picture studios. Recent projects include Sony's "Men in Black, MGM's "Tomorrow Never Dies," and Twentieth Century Fox's "Anastasia."
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