Findex.com Inc. is headquartered in Lake Park, Florida with its base of business operations co-located in the same facility. The Company is currently comprised of two operating companies, EcoSmart Surface & Coating Technologies Inc., a Florida corporation (“EcoSmart”), and Advanced Cement Sciences, LLC (formerly Advanced Nanofibers, LLC), a Florida limited liability company (“ACS”). Although up until December 2018, ACS had been only partially owned by us (a minority 31.05%), as of December 2018, both entities are now our wholly-owned subsidiaries. EcoSmart has historically been the driver of both operating overhead and revenue. It was acquired by us in a merger in 2014 and centers around a proprietary line of specialty surface coatings that have a broad range of value-adding industrial, commercial, residential and consumer applications. With a line of products carrying the brand name “EcoSmart,” both the business unit (as distinct from the corporate subsidiary in which it is housed) and the line of products itself are currently in the process of being re-branded under the name “RexPro (Sealers and Coatings),”which is how it is referred to hereinafter throughout this Annual Report on Form 10-K. A recent material development in the RexPro business plan is an extension, currently underway but only in the earliest of stages, to vertically integrate its interior flooring and exterior hardscape coatings products business with a service business focused on the applications of those products. ACS is a Florida-based, engineered cement technology and products firm founded in mid-2016 and currently focused on developing and commercializing a line of proprietary admixtures to be used in the production of ultra-lightweight, high-strength concrete and high-performance stucco. Despite its lack of material revenue to date, ACS is a venture that our management had been very actively involved in developing since 2016 and into which we have invested significantly, but that, due to a lack of available company financial resources coupled with ACS’s lack of near-term prospects for generating material revenue, has been the subject in recent months of considerably reduced allocations of our available capital and human resources, a trend we expect to continue unless and until our financial condition substantially improves.