Tiare Technology Expands Portfolio of Key Patents For Mobile Ordering Technology

New Patent Further Validates Strength of Patent Portfolio as Company Explores a Strategic Transaction to Capitalize on Significant Licensing Opportunities and Expand Into New Markets

CHERRY HILL, New Jersey – July 23, 2015 – Tiare Technology, a leading provider of mobile ordering products and services, announced today that U.S. patent application 13/073,368 has been allowed by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, adding to the Company’s portfolio of eight critical U.S. and international patents for mobile ordering technology and methodology, with priority dates beginning in 2002.  The allowance of this patent is significant, as it clarifies the merits of the art allowed across the patents Tiare controls in the wake of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International.  The timing is also significant, as the Company is currently exploring a strategic transaction to capitalize on significant licensing opportunities and expand into new markets.

Tiare’s patent portfolio covers methodology for the mobile ordering of food and beverages, and other goods or services, in or in the vicinity of a venue, such as a restaurant or retail outlet.  Long before the introduction of the first Apple iPhone or iPad or any Android device, Tiare built its business on products and services that provide mobile ordering solutions. Patents were applied for to secure a place in what Tiare saw as the future of consumer purchasing.  Today, Tiare offers a wide range of specialized mobile ordering products and services, and controls a collection of key patents with early priority dates.

Tiare Technology’s patented mobile ordering solutions allow guests to order food, beverages, merchandise and services with an iPad tablet or smartphone app

Tiare Technology’s patented mobile ordering solutions allow guests to order food, beverages, merchandise and services with an iPad tablet or smartphone app

“We are very excited about the allowance of this patent,” said Jeffrey Krevitt, President of Tiare Technology.  “It validates the strength of our intellectual property portfolio, at a time when we are looking at a strategic transaction that will position Tiare for new revenue streams through market expansion and licensing.”

To assist the Company in exploring strategic options, Tiare has enlisted Jeffrey T. Varsalone, Managing Director at CBIZ MHM, LLC, (NYSE: CBZ) one of the largest accounting and financial consulting firms in the United States.  “We are analyzing all strategic transactions that enable the Company to capitalize on significant opportunities to license the intellectual property and grow its business,” said Varsalone.  “Tiare’s history in mobile ordering solutions and its portfolio of granted and open continuation patents uniquely position the Company in an industry currently experiencing explosive growth.  The granting of this additional patent provides clarity and mitigates execution risk.”

Tiare Technology operates in the rapidly expanding global mobile transactions market forecasted to exceed $700 billion by 2017.  “Bring Your Own Device” is seen as the future of in-store point of sale (POS) transactions in the restaurant, hospitality, retail and service industries, as digital menus, mobile ordering, mobile payment apps, and digital wallets embedded in tablets, smartphones and wearable devices become more widely accepted.

For Inquires:  Jeffrey T. Varsalone,  +1.516.410.6215 – jvarsalone@cbiz.com