Space Micro Upgrades Its Financial Reporting and Accounting Partner Relationship

San Diego, CA – April 2, 2018
Space Micro Inc., a manufacturer of affordable, radiation hardened, electronics subsystems for space and missile applications, announced today that it has upgraded its CPA firm relationship with an agreement with LevitZacks, Certified Public Accountants.

LevitZacks has earned its reputation within the Southern California business community by providing outstanding financial statement audits and reviews, tax compliance, domestic and international tax consulting, estate and succession planning and business appraisal services since 1964. LevitZacks has a reputation for quality work which can be relied upon by clients, their lenders, their governing authorities, and their investors.

Mr. Victor Ramsauer, President of LevitZacks said “We are excited about the opportunity to serve as a trusted advisor to Space Micro. We believe the Company will benefit greatly from our 50 years of experience serving both commercial and government contractors. Our ability to provide business consulting, sophisticated tax planning and high quality financial reporting will support management in making the best decisions for the Company and its stakeholders.”

This new CPA firm relationship is important to Space Micro’s growth as the company moves into larger programs that require strong accounting systems and independent reviews.

Space Micro’s advanced products meet the needs of many military, NASA, international, and commercial space programs, including new space or “Space 2.0”. They can significantly reduce the long lead times commonly experienced in satellites. Space Micro is leveraging their existing heritage space electronics hardware used for NASA IRIS, NASA LADEE, NASA TESS, COSMIC-2, TacSat2, TacSat4, NASA LWS, and the Air Force ORS-1 satellites.

Space Micro CEO David J. Strobel said, “Our expanded CPA firm partnership, including both tax and annually reviewed financial statements, is another step in our continued maturity in the space and missile electronics marketplace."