Chicago, IL, Feb. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FOMO CORP. (US OTC: ETFM) is pleased to announce that it has launched Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) as-a-Service (IAQaaS) to help schools, businesses and the government reopen. Many facility owners and operators seek improved IAQ, but they have cash flow constraints that limit their ability to make upfront payments for needed ventilation upgrades or disinfection equipment and installations. IAQ is commonly referenced across the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) marketplace, and the combination of ventilation and disinfection are part of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. School administrators and business owners have often taken advantage of Software as-a-Service (SaaS) to “pay as you go,” and FOMO’s IAQaaS initiative now provides the same economic benefits.

One of FOMO’s planned acquisitions, SmartGuard Energy, LLC, pioneered Lighting as-a-Service (LaaS) to retrofit and finance installations at more than 300 buildings in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Many of these accounts may welcome IAQaaS. Another one of FOMO’s planned acquisitions, EcoLite Holdings LLC, has numerous accounts that may also welcome improved indoor air quality through IAQaaS. FOMO is proactively offering this business model through its wholly owned subsidiary, Purge Virus, LLC.

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The economic advantages for IAQ as-a-Service customers are concomitant with the economic advantages for FOMO via monthly recurring revenue (MRR), creating a win-win. The margins for MRR often exceed the one-time payment for technology, which elevates the valuation of FOMO and its wholly owned subsidiaries, such as Purge Virus.

Said Charlie Szoradi, Purge Virus CEO, “We have met with many prospective customers that did not have the financial means to pay for the disinfection technology that they wanted. Now, with the FOMO IAQ as-a-Service, we can empower them to utilize state-of-the-art technology without the upfront cost burden. Purge Virus will align the most appropriate technology to existing HVAC systems, and customers can gain the benefits for a monthly service fee.”

Remarked John Kelly, Managing Member of EcoLite Holdings LLC: “We have been watching the market unfold for disinfection, and IAQaaS is a game-changing and powerful new paradigm to give our current and prospective customers an affordable way to improve their indoor air quality.”

Bill Butler, CEO of SmartGuard-Solutions, commented: “The Lighting as-a-Service model has revolutionized the lighting industry and dramatically increased our sales making LED retrofits more affordable across all industries. Our zero upfront cost and full turn key approach makes it hassle free.”

Said Vik Grover, FOMO CORP. CEO “As an incubation and acceleration company, FOMO is pleased to provide IAQ as-a-Service to help customers and create added value for our shareholders with monthly recurring revenue. We look forward to the market response, and we were inspired by early software pioneers who saw dramatic revenue increases in the adoption of their technologies with their Software as-a-Service offerings.”


FOMO CORP. is a publicly traded company focused on business incubation and acceleration. The Company invests in and advises emerging companies aligned with a growth mandate. FOMO is developing direct investment and affiliations - majority- and minority-owned as well as in joint venture formats - that afford targets access to the public markets for expansion capital as well as spin-out options to become their own stand-alone public companies.

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Wayman Baker, PhD
EVP Corporate Development and Investor Relations
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