NetworkNewsBreaks – Spectrum Global Solutions, Inc. (SGSI) Reports Q1 2019 Financial Results

Leading telecommunications engineering and infrastructure services provider Spectrum Global Solutions (OTCQB: SGSI) on Wednesday released its financial results for the fiscal period ended March 31, 2019. Among the highlights, the company reported revenue of $11,335,732 compared to $4,327,764 for the same period in 2018. “Revenue was just over $11.3 million which reflects consistent growth in our AW Solutions, ADEX and TNS subsidiaries,” Spectrum CEO Roger Ponder stated in the news release. “We also reported positive income from operations for the period.  This is Spectrums’ first quarter with positive income from operations which demonstrates continued improvements in the business.”

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About Spectrum Global Solutions Inc.

Spectrum Global Solutions operates through its subsidiaries: AW Solutions, ADEX Corp and TNS. The company is a leading provider of telecommunications engineering and infrastructure services across the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Caribbean. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SpectrumGlobalSolutions.com.

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