Management

iVoice, Inc. is a publicly traded company (IVOI) that engages in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of hydrogen fuel cell products, primarily for stationary power, backup power, and distributed generation applications.  It’s subsidiary Hydra Fuel Cell Corporation delivers fuel cells and fuel cell systems under the HydraStax® brand, which are very price and feature competitive.  iVoice, Inc. is part of the incubation process of Hydra from its parent, American Security Resources Corporation (ARSC).

IVOI investor fact sheet / investor presentation


iVoice, Inc.

A New Jersey corporation

Board of Directors

Frank Neuokomm has an extensive background in finance, mergers & acquisitions, and sales & marketing.  He served as a senior executive of brokerage and M&A companies, software companies, and telecom companies.  He was instrumental in industries as diverse as insurance, consumer retail goods, industrial services and wireless telecommunications.  Mr. Neukomm also arranged financing for and served as a director of several public companies.

Robert C, Farr brings a 34 year diversified business background in operations leadership replete with examples of improved productivity and increased profits.  Broad experience with several Fortune 500 companies includes successes in marketing, customer relations, administration, finance, operations, new products and worldwide vendor selection / purchasing.  Mr. Farr’s recent experience includes securing and structuring funding for both public and private companies including debt and equity as well as international funding through the US Ex-Im Bank,  Mr. Farr has a BS in finance from Mississippi State University and was a U.S. Naval officer in the Vietnam Conflict.

Officers


Hydra Fuel Cell Corporation

a Nevada corporation (in good standing)

Board of Directors

Officers

Jim Twedt is a CPA with over forty (40) years of public and private company accounting and management experience.  He has been President and CEO for Hydra Fuel Cell Corp. and now is its Executive Vice President, and he led the subsidiary from start-up to production in less than twelve months.  He previously served as CFO of Computer Automation Systems, Inc., a predecessor enterprise to American Security Resources Corp. (OTC:ARSC).


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3 responses to “Management

    • ARSC management is aware of your comment and as part of the “go forward plan”, this will be addressed. Due to the number of shares, the costs are very high for Nevada business tax.

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