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Date:3/16/2009

Innovative Company Makes it Possible for Employers to Hire Overseas Workers - Even for Domestic Manual Labor

LOS ANGELES, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's outsourcing industry has taken a giant leap forward thanks to new, revolutionary technology created by Cybracero Systems (http://www.cybracero.com), which makes it possible for employees in third-world countries to work remotely in the first-world countries without ever having to leave their country of origin.

"This project is the result of decades of hard work and intensive research," said Cybracero Systems CEO, Roger Buck. "Our groundbreaking technology will forever change the way the world does business by reducing the cost of expensive employee overhead and significantly reducing the risk of breaking immigration laws when hiring affordable laborers."

Through their radical THE NODE(R) technology, Cybracero Systems has found a way to marry the global network behind the internet and the science of today's human-like robots to create "Telepresence," a model that is about to revolutionize the planet.

Cybracero System's robotic technology allows companies in distant countries to employ workers called Cybraceros. Through strategically placed NODES(R) implanted in the wrists, ankles and eyes of workers, Cybraceros can hook themselves up in state-of-the-art facilities and work remotely anywhere in the world. Through Telepresence, a chauffer in Pakistan will be able to drive a cab through the streets of London, a nanny in Tijuana can babysit a toddler in Beverly Hills, and a crew of Nigerians can raise a skyscraper in Chicago.

Founded in 2006 by a group of pioneering scientists and businessmen, Cybracero Systems strives to accomplish one goal: to provide simple solutions for employers to get all the work th
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