Sanz Solutions Inc.

Sanz Solutions Inc. (Closed)

Shared Service Solutions for Small Businesses

Sanz Solutions

The Offering


Issuer

Sanz Solutions Inc., a Florida corporation

Security Offered

Shares of Common Stock

Price per Share

$0.10

Minimum Offering

None

 

Maximum Offering

$2,500,000 (25,000,000 Shares)

Minimum Investment

$250.00 (i.e., one Share at $0.10 per Share)

 

Offering Period

The offering will commence promptly after the date of this Offering Circular and will close upon the earlier of (1) the sale of all 25,000,000 Shares, (2) one year after the date of this Offering Circular, or (3) at such date prior to one year as may be determined by the management. The Offering may be terminated at our election at any time.

Investors

Those persons who purchase Shares in accordance with the terms of this Offering.

Shareholders

Those persons who own shares in the Company.

Voting Rights

Investors will have no rights to contribute to, direct or vote on the management of the Company's affairs, including whether or not the Company should dissolve.

Distributions

The declaration of any future cash dividend will be at the discretion of the Board of Directors and will depend upon earnings, if any, capital requirements, and our financial position, general economic conditions, and other pertinent conditions. The Company does not intent to pay any cash dividends in the foreseeable future, but rather to reinvest earnings, if any, in business operations.

Dilution

Following this Offering, assuming all the Shares are sold, the current Interest Holders' will be diluted from 100% to 64.29% of all issued and outstanding shares of common stock.

Use of Proceeds

The net proceeds of this Offering will be used (i) to expand operations and/or (ii) for working capital. Expenses of the Offering are estimated to be approximately 10% of the gross proceeds from the Offering.

Liquidity of Shares

There is no public market for the Shares, the Company does not expect such a market to develop in the future, and the Company does not intend to offer any additional liquidity options to investors.

Exchange Act Disclosure

The Company is not required to provide disclosure pursuant to the Exchange Act.

Risk Factors

An investment in the Company is highly speculative and involves substantial risks.

SUBSCRIPTION

$2,500,000
100,000 Shares
$10,000.00
2,500 Shares
$250.00
$0.10

OFFERING DOCUMENTS

Leadership


Juan Usatorres President/Director

From 2006 to 2012 Mr. Usatorres worked in the medical field in multiple positions. Mr. Usatorres received his medical training and attended medical school in Cuba, where Mr. Usatorres graduated as a Medical Doctor in 1993.

In 2012 Mr. Usatorres provided managerial services for medical offices in the south Florida area. In March 2015, Mr. Usatorres founded Yanusa Properties Management Corp., a Florida corporation in the real estate industry. Yanusa purchases, repairs and rents mainly residential properties.



Miguel Dotres Vice President/Director

In December 2004 Mr. Dotres founded Internet Entertainment Programming Network Inc. This company was organized to produce internet radio stations and programming solutions. Mr. Dotres was Chief Executive Officer of the company. From inception to Mr. Dotres resignation from the Company, he provided management and financial backing. In addition, he was instrumental in raising capital to facilitate future growth. As of December 2006, Mr. Dotres resigned his position to seek other opportunities and continued acting in a limited advisory role with the company until June 2007.

In February 2006 Mr. Dotres co-founded Grid Merchant Partners Inc., an internet based credit card processing and e-check processing company. Grid Merchant Partners electronic transactions included Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover, Debit and EBT. In March 2007 Payless Telecom Solutions Publicly traded company (PYSJ) acquired Grid Merchant Processing Inc. and Mr. Dotres resigned his position April 2007.

In September of 2007 Mr. Dotres became the Chief Operations Officer for Merlot Inc. a Florida restaurant corporation that operated two restaurants in Jupiter, FL. Mr. Dotres played an integral part in improving operations and increasing sales to over 1.5 million dollars. Mr. Dotres resigned from the company in July 2010 to seek other opportunities.

From July 2010 to present Mr. Dotres founded Diversified Corporate Investment Group Inc. and is the sole member and control person of this company. Mr. Dotres provides specialized business services to business seeking to build social media awareness and network in the social media space.

Mr. Dotres became the officer and director of OICco Acquisition I, Inc. on January 14, 2013. That entity had previously closed it offering and filed an 8k thereon. Since his appointment Mr. Dotres has brought the annual and quarterly 34 Act filings up to date. Mr. Dotres has identified another company for acquisition and engaged in a share exchange agreement with Champion Pain Care Corp. Champion is not the first acquisition by the Company. On October 14, 2011, OICco Acquisition I, Inc. ("OICco") entered into an exchange agreement with Imperial Automotive Group, Inc. ("IAG") to exchange 40,000,000 shares of OICco in exchange for 100% of the issued and outstanding shares of Imperial Automotive Group, Inc. At the closing of the Exchange Agreement (which is contingent upon a 80% reconfirmation vote under Rule 419), Imperial Automotive Group, Inc. became a wholly-owned subsidiary of OICco and OICco acquired the business and operations of Imperial Automotive Group, Inc. The Exchange Agreement contains customary representations, warranties, and conditions. Gary Spaniak, Sr., and Gary Spaniak, Jr. were appointed as directors of OICco Acquisition I, Inc. On July 2, 2012, the parties entered into an addendum to the exchange agreement agreeing to exchange an additional 45,000,000 shares of OICco Acquisition I, Inc. in exchange for the Imperial Automotive Group which addendum was terminated on August 20, 2012. The escrow was closed on December 11, 2012 and the funds released to the company and the shares delivered to investors. In July 2013 upon realizing that the expansion of the business was not viable and there were only minimal assets in IAG, it was negotiated between the owners of IAG and OICco I that IAG would remain as a wholly owned subsidiary but that the initial consideration given in the acquisition transaction should be returned and that the owners of IAG would be separately compensated with a smaller amount of stock.

On July 1, 2013 Mr. Dotres became officer and director of OICco Acquisition IV Inc. On April 11, 2014 OICco Acquisition IV, Inc. entered into that certain Share Exchange Agreement and Plan of Reorganization (the "Agreement") with VapAria Solutions, Inc., a Minnesota corporation formerly known as VapAria Corporation ("VapAria") and the shareholders of VapAria (the "VapAria Shareholders") pursuant to which agreed to acquire 100% of the outstanding capital stock of VapAria from the VapAria Shareholders in exchange for certain shares of Oicco Acquisition IV's capital stock. On July 31, 2014 all conditions precedent to the closing were satisfied, including the reconfirmation by the investors of the prior purchase of 1,000,000 shares of our common stock pursuant to the requirements of Rule 419 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), and the transaction closed.

At closing, OICco Acquisition IV Inc. issued the VapAria Shareholders 36,000,000 shares of common stock and 500,000 shares of 10% Series A Convertible Preferred Stock in exchange for the common stock and preferred stock owned by the VapAria Shareholders. The VapAria Shareholders were either accredited or sophisticated investors who had access to information concerning our company. The issuances were exempt from registration under the Securities Act in reliance on an exemption provided by Section 4(a)(2) of that act.

As a result of the closing of this transaction, VapAria is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Oicco Acquisition IV and its business and operations represent those of Oicco Acquisition IV. Information regarding VapAria's business and operations, together with its financial statements, are included in the Post-Effective Amendment No. 4 to our Registration Statement on Form S-1 as filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on June 30, 2014 (the "Post-Effective Amendment").

On April 11, 2014 OICco Acquisition IV, Inc. entered into that certain Share Exchange Agreement and Plan of Reorganization (the "Agreement") with VapAria Solutions, Inc., a Minnesota corporation formerly known as VapAria Corporation ("VapAria") and the shareholders of VapAria (the "VapAria Shareholders") pursuant to which we agreed to acquire 100% of the outstanding capital stock of VapAria from the VapAria Shareholders in exchange for certain shares of Oicco Acquisition IV's. On July 31, 2014 all conditions precedent to the closing were satisfied, including the reconfirmation by the investors of the prior purchase of 1,000,000 shares of our common stock pursuant to the requirements of Rule 419 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), and the transaction closed.

On November 8, 2013, Mr. Miguel Dotres was appointed as the sole officer and director of Petrus Resources Inc. Petrus Resources Inc., is an effective Blank Check company. Since his appointment Mr. Dotres has brought the annual and quarterly 34 Act filings up to date. Mr. Dotres has identified Waters Club Holdings Inc. for a merger. The acquisition of assets pursuant to the Share Exchange Agreement and Plan of Reorganization was completed on November 23, 2016. Information regarding Waters Club Holding Inc.'s business and operations, together with its financial statements, are included in the 8K filing as filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on November 01, 2016. Mr. Dotres resigned all his positions with the company as of November 23, 2016.

On May 28, 2014, Mr. Miguel Dotres formed Nas Acquisition Inc., in the State of Nevada to engage in any lawful corporate undertakings, including , but not limited to , selected mergers and acquisitions. After creating the company Mr. Dotres determined to proceed with filing a form S-1. On March 9, 2015 Nas Acqisition Inc. entered into a Share Exchange Agreement and Plan of Reorganization with On the Move Corporation a private company incorporated in Florida. At the closing of the Agreement (which is contingent upon the effectiveness of a post-effective amendment to the registration statement and a 80% reconfirmation vote under Rule 419 and other closing conditions), pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, 41,000,000 shares of Nas Acquisition Inc. common stock, par value $0.0001 per share (the "Common Stock") will be issued to OTM shareholders holding 100% of the issued and outstanding common shares of On the Move and 3,200,000 shares of Nas Acquisition Inc. to be designated Series A convertible preferred stock ("Preferred Stock") will be issued to On the Move shareholders holding 100% of the issued and outstanding shares of On the Move's Series A convertible preferred stock. On May 21, 2015 Nas Acquisition Inc. filed a Post-Effective amendment for registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission including information regarding On the Move's business and operations, together with its financial statements. On October 27, 2015 Nas Acquisition, Inc., received Notice of Effectiveness.

On Nov 15, 2015 Nas Acquisition Inc, Filed an 8K disclosing on September 15, 2015, NAS Acquisition, Inc. entered into a Second Amended and Restated Share Exchange Agreement and Plan of Reorganization (the "Agreement") with On The Move Corporation, a Florida corporation ("OTM") and the shareholders of OTM (the "OTM Shareholders") pursuant to which we agreed to acquire 100% of the outstanding capital stock of OTM from the OTM Shareholders in exchange for 42,597,000 shares of our capital stock. On November 5, 2015, all conditions precedent to the closing were satisfied, including the reconfirmation by the investors of the prior purchase of 1,000,000 shares of our common stock pursuant to the requirements of Rule 419 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), and the transaction closed.

As a result of the closing of this transaction, OTM is now a wholly owned subsidiary of our company and its business and operations represent those of our company. Information regarding OTM's business and operations, together with its financial statements, are included in the Post-Effective Amendment No. 5 to our Registration Statement on Form S-1 as filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on June 30, 2014 (the "Post-Effective Amendment").

On May 14, 2015, Mr. Miguel Dotres formed Das Acquisition Inc., in the State of Nevada to engage in any lawful corporate undertakings, including, but not limited to, selected mergers and acquisitions. After creating the company Mr. Dotres determined to proceed with filing a form S-1. On November 19th, 2015 Das Acquisition Inc., received Notice of Effectiveness.

On August 19, 2015, Mr. Miguel Dotres formed Whiskey Acquisition, Inc., in the State of Nevada to engage in any lawful corporate undertakings, including, but not limited to, selected mergers and acquisitions. After creating the company Mr. Dotres determined to proceed with filing a form S-1. On April 8th, 2016 Whiskey Acquisition Inc., received Notice of Effectiveness.


Sanz Solutions Inc.

Sanz Solutions, Inc., a Florida corporation, offers shared service solutions for small businesses that provide routine services for residential and commercial clients specifically focused on the janitorial, cleaning, lawn care and maintenance industries.

Sanz Solutions provides a multitude of programs and benefits to assist independent business owners and small companies better service their clients. By pooling resources, these companies are able to access professional expertise, guidance and services that would otherwise be cost prohibitive. The company's initial service center will be located in Miami Lakes, Florida. Intended services offered at Sanz Solutions' centers include communications, marketing, public relations, administrative, accounting, financial, tax, information technology, human resources, and legal services.

Sanz Solutions target market is the janitorial, construction, cleaning, lawn care and maintenance industries because this market is primarily comprised of independent business owners and small companies who lack the resources to obtain the professional expertise and guidance necessary to ensure company growth and success.


Industry and Competition

Janitorial and Cleaning Industry

The cleaning industry can be roughly divided into residential cleaning, commercial janitorial services, specialty cleaning and laundry/dry cleaning services. In 2015 there were approximately 875,000 businesses employing about 3.5 million people.

The industry as a whole is very susceptible to economic downturns and suffered when revenue fell 5.3% in 2008 and another 6.1% in 2009. General cleaning services, and particularly residential services, are considered to be an expendable luxury during financial difficulties. However the industry as a whole has strengthened over the past few years, and in 2015 generated $51 billion in revenue. Strong economic activity is forecast for the next 5 years as well, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics is predicting job growth of about 6% from 2014 levels to 2020.

The industry is highly fragmented, consisting of both public and private businesses and self-employed workers. The two largest players in the industry are ABM Industries and ServiceMaster, a publicly traded company that owns several national franchises such as The Maids International, Molly Maid and The Cleaning Authority. ABM Industries is also publicly traded but focuses more on providing integrated facility solutions to commercial and industrial markets. The rest of the industry is made up primarily of small, independent contractors. Small, independent janitorial companies account for 70% of the cleaning contractors.

Lawn Care and Maintenance Industry

This industry includes landscape and lawn maintenance, landscape contractors, landscape architects, irrigation contractors, and lawn and landscape product suppliers. The landscape industry in the United States employs almost 1.6 million workers and generates almost 959,000 jobs in other industries. The landscape services industry has annual revenues of $78 billion, annual growth of 3.9%, employs 969,257 people, and represents 474,237 businesses. It is estimated that the lawn care services sector alone generates about 704,000 jobs and $35.6 million in value-added services annually in the US.

Over the five years to 2016, growth in the domestic housing and property markets have led to greater demand for landscaping services. Over the next five years, steady per capita disposable income growth is projected to encourage households to continue outsourcing yard care. Moreover, general economic recovery will likely boost commercial expansion, driving the need for industry operators that can maintain large corporate and resort campuses.

However, this industry is highly fragmented and the top 50 lawn care services companies generate about 15% of the total revenue in the industry, and the remaining 75% percent of the lawn care / landscaping industry is driven by small business owners.

Challenges to Small Businesses Competing in Service Industries


The janitorial industry and the lawn care industry are both service oriented industries that are overwhelmingly comprised of small independently owned small businesses. Small businesses in the service industry face specific challenges which attribute to nearly half of all new companies failing within the first year and 75% within five years. Lack of proper tools and resources to handle these challenges results in the average cleaning company losing up to 55% of their customer base every year due to poor service.

Many small business owners face unsurmountable difficulties and challenges as they pursue their business model. Such times when these entrepreneurs need expert advice, guidance, and assistance from business professionals, they lack the resources to engage the help required. Without proper guidance, access to best practices and proper information, these owners struggle or completely fail.

In these industries, a majority are run by less than 5 employees and require the owner to focus on areas outside of their scope of expertise and away from areas that promote growth and customer retention.

Time Management

One of the largest factor contributing to the downfall of a small business is the lack of time management. Small business owners perform several tasks that can take up time on their daily schedule. Entrepreneurs often find it difficult to balance a schedule that includes sales and marketing activities, the search for financing, product development, accounts payable, accounts receivable and business development. Generally these items are not the entrepreneurs strongest skill sets, and as such, take the owner longer to complete, and are done without the care and diligence of a professional in that field. If a small business owner is unable to hire help in these areas, it can be difficult to give every aspect of the business the attention it requires.

Employee Training & Turnover

Small operators also suffer from employee turnover, and poor staff training. Poor staff training is especially damaging to this industry as customer service and retention is key to success. Training and ongoing training are crucial in order for a cleaning company to survive and thrive. However, high employee turnover creates an ongoing obstacle to proper staff training. Small businesses struggle to attract and keep top talent that can help them move ahead. Employment packages that include health benefits, vacation days, sick days and profit sharing are common with larger corporations. Small businesses have a problem competing with these kinds of employment benefits. Higher wages from larger corporations also attract employees away from small businesses and make it difficult for small businesses to reduce employee turnover.

Accounts Receivable

Small businesses in the service industry are also susceptible to accounts receivable delays that can cripple the company if not handled properly. Many of these businesses lack the resources to offer advanced technology payment solutions or a dedicated accounts receivable department to ensure proper and timely payment needed to maintain cash flow. Slow collections can be detrimental to the continued operations of a small service business. The service industry is especially vulnerable to this area, as the company typically outlays the cost for the service - ie the labor and supplies, and does not collect until after the job is complete. Small businesses must pay for the labor costs and supplies to complete a job even if the client does not. Small businesses can run out of capital very quickly if finances are not budgeted properly and if clients delay payment.

Marketing

Marketing and advertising are an important way for any business to reach new clients, and with a limited marketing budget it can be a struggle for a small business to reach its target audience. Advertising can be expensive; and even with the many forms of free marketing available on the Internet (social networking websites, blogs, company websites), it is still difficult to reach a target audience without investing in other forms of marketing such as television and print. Many small business owners also lack the knowledge or skill to manage online technology, and do not have the resources to hire web professionals to maintain a company website, social marketing, and search engine optimization(SEO).

Access to New Technology

When new technology is introduced, it can be expensive to implement. A small business may not have the financial or technological resources to take advantage of new technology that a larger company may have, and this puts the small business at a distinct disadvantage in the marketplace.

Sanz Solutions Shared Services Centers


Sanz Solutions will establish shared service centers that provides a multitude of programs including communications, marketing, public relations, administrative, accounting, financial, tax, information technology, human resources, and legal services to assist small companies in the janitorial, construction, cleaning, lawn care and maintenance industries better service their clients. By pooling resources, these small companies are able to access a wealth of features and savings that would otherwise be cost prohibitive.

Consistent High Quality Customer Service

At the heart of Sanz Solutions is the belief that by combining resources, small businesses will be able to provide consistent, and excellent customer service. To this goal, the Customer Service departments will offer a variety of solutions, including appointment scheduling, customer relations, customer follow up and standardized retention policies. By utilizing a central customer service department, companies can eliminate redundant activities and improve efficiency, services and overall customer satisfaction. Employees will receive high level training and ongoing training to ensure the goal of exceeding customer expectations.

Human Resources Division

Sanz Solutions Human Resources Division intends to provide customers a full range of HR services including employee labor relations, equal employment opportunity services, payroll, benefits administration, employee relations, employee records management, recruitment, screening, classification services, reporting, strategic planning, workforce planning, and personnel transactions.

Financial Management

Sanz Solutions financial department intends to provide assistance with accounting services, audits, developing budgets, managing funds, federal and state taxes, accounts receivable and accounts payable. Services also include payment processing solutions to include credit card processing, online payment systems, automatic and recurring billing.

Advertising & Marketing

The Advertising and Marketing department intends to offer a multitude of services to small businesses and provides professionally developed marketing campaigns specifically designed to capture targeted markets. This division provides support for brand awareness and recognition, business identity packaging, marketing campaign tracking, online marketing and social media branding, and inclusion into joint marketing programs.

Legal Review

The legal department intends to offer services for drafting proposals and contracts, as well as guidance and review of agreements, contracts, federal regulations, directives and legislation.

Sanz Solutions is a business model that allows small businesses to leverage resources across the entire organization and provide services to multiple business units resulting in lower costs. Sanz Solutions is built to be internally focused on providing services to small businesses with the goal of high quality, critical services that directly support customer satisfaction and company growth.

Sanz Solutions intends to provide multifunction shared service centers offering services and solutions specifically developed and tailored for small businesses in the lawn care, maintenance, janitorial and cleaning industries. Services offered to clients include Customer Service and Relations, Human Resources, Payroll, Accounting, Accounts Receivable, Advertising and Marketing, and Legal Review.