IGEN Networks Corp and Prolog Execute LOI for Merger

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Lake Elsinore, CA, February 16, 2023 — McapMediaWire  —  IGEN Networks Corporation (OTC: IGEN) (CSE: IGN), a leading innovator of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for the consumer automotive, asset management, and supply-chain industries, today announces the successful completion of a Letter-of-Intent (LOI) for the purchase of 51% of Prolog privately held shares on January 13, 2023.  The purchase in the form of IGEN common shares will be approximately $900K to $1.1M USD paid through multiple tranches based on achieving minimum revenue thresholds that will range from $1.8M to $3.5M USD over the first 12 months from closing of the definitive agreement. Revenue contributions from Prolog will be fully recognized (100%) along with 51% of net income by IGEN upon completion of the proposed merger. 

Neil G. Chan, CEO of IGEN stated, “This proposed merger creates a unique combination of knowledge and technologies for the supply-chain industry globally.  Along with our consultancy practice, IGEN will offer comprehensive end-to-end logistic solutions that include facilities and warehouse management, GPS telemetry and inventory tracking, fleet asset management and maintenance through-out the supply-chain of commercial and government organizations.”

Juan Ignacio Avila, CEO of Prolog stated, “We are excited with the opportunities of this proposed merger with IGEN.  Prolog has proven its leadership in providing comprehensive logistics, supply-chain, maintenance, and management solutions to some of the largest and most complex organizations in Mexico, Spain, and Central America.  Through IGEN channels in the US, we can now apply our 25 years of technology expertise and experiences to the US markets along with participating in the growth of our businesses together.” 

The Letter-of-Intent (LOI) is a non-binding agreement and will establish the basic terms for the definitive agreement between IGEN Networks Corp and Prolog.  This transaction will be arm’s length as additional terms may be added, and existing terms may be changed or deleted.  Definitive terms will include a PCAOB qualified financial audit. 

About IGEN Networks Corporation

IGEN Networks Corporation creates software services for the consumer automotive and commercial asset management industries enabling their customers to better manage their assets and protect their drivers.  IGEN is a fully reporting company in both Canada and the United States. It is publicly traded on the OTC Markets under the symbol IGEN, and listed on the CSE under the symbol IGN. For more information, please visit: www.igennetworks.net

About Prolog

Prolog is a technology development and logistics consulting company with over 25 years of experience in the development of supply-chain, logistics, telematics, and asset management solutions.  Prolog operates in Mexico, Spain, and Central America with more than 1200 clients, 80 distribution centers, and 250,000 vehicles utilizing its asset management platforms.  For more information, please visit: www.prolog.com.mx 

Forward-Looking Statements

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