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2 Ergo Group LSE:RGO London Ordinary Share GB0034312214 ORD 1P
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Mobile Telecommunications 3.5 -5.1 -4.0 - 4.47

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24/9/2016
09:20
2 Ergo Daily Update: 2 Ergo Group is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGO. The last closing price for 2 Ergo was 1.13p.
2 Ergo Group has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
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There are currently 396,991,404 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of 2 Ergo Group is £4,466,153.30.
12/12/2013
10:36
chartattack: I get your point Flop. However, crunch the numbers in that doc you posted and you'll see that the BoD's percentage holdings were decimated in the financing round, and half of them got replaced in the process. It looks like a typical Corporate Finance restructure to me and 2ergo is now a completely different beast. Ian Smith from MXC Capital taking the chair too, my case in point. MXC have a great track record, so with them at the helm things could get tasty if they can leverage 2ergo's assets. You mentioned Monitise, of which I'm also a holder and sitting pretty with them at the Mo. But they are a completely different play to 2ergo. Neither is an alternative to the other for a balanced portfolio. My reason for posting initially was the launch of Apple's iBeacon in all their USA stores at the weekend. iBeacon is an alternative to NFC that 2ergo appear to have the patents for. If 2ergo could license their patents to Apple then there would be no holding back 2ergo's share price from here! That's the 'if' though. I was rather hoping someone with knowledge in this area could enlighten us. Anyone?
10/12/2013
08:36
hedgehog0306: Interesting post on this new thread: http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=31017958 Here's the full text: ChartAttack 9 Dec'13 - 11:59 0 0 2ergo's dramatic decline in its share price made it 'reposition' itself over recent years- has the refocus worked and have they now hit the jackpot!!! Seeing Apple's iBeacon technology in the news recently, instantly got my attention. The more I've researched and read, the more excited I get. It's been reported that Apple have dumped Near Field Communication (NFC) in favour of their very own iOS7 iBeacon, which it launched in all its stores across the USA this weekend. While you may not find too much info from Apple on its consumer facing pages, Apple have published software development kits (SDK's) to encourage the development of iBeacon applications by software developers across the World. It looks to me like a massive play for Apple in the retail space. The likes of Macy's in the USA are one of the first major retailers launching its smartphone shopping solution on Apple's new iBeacon technology. I found this quote- "iBeacon's momentum is just getting started," says Hari Gottipati, an independent tech consultant in Phoenix, "but it's going to explode faster than anyone can imagine." A Youtube video of iBeacon uses can be seen here; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUlYpCmtHbE&noredirect=1 And the relevance to 2ergo? iBeacon looks remarkably similar to 2ergo's Podifi technology, only this time its Apple that are launching it. The subtle difference being that Apple are utilising Bluetooth, while 2ergo are using WiFi. Following further research I must say that it looks like 2ergo hold the all important Patents for this technology on both WiFi and Bluetooth. Having been in the mobile space since 1999, 2ergo have numerous Smart Phone Patents dated back to even before the iPhone was invented. However these are two that Apple's iBeacon look to me to be breaching; http://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?DB=EPODOC&II=0&ND=3&adjacent=true&bcId=2&locale=en_EP&return=true&FT=D&date=20120411&CC=GB&NR=2484391A&KC=A http://www.ipo.gov.uk/p-find-publication-getPDF.pdf?PatentNo=GB2484391&DocType=B&JournalNumber=6466 Are there any experts out there who can throw more light on this? Are 2ergo sat on a Goldmine??? Its long been reported that 2ergo's CEO Neale Graham claimed that there needed to be an alternative to the much hyped and little implemented NFC technology- Apple's launch of iBeacon has endorsed Grahams' thinking. On one hand Apple may not be breaching 2ergo's Patents. A deal may have already been struck, if so surely we should see an announcement soon? I haven't heard a whisper of any collaborative agreement between 2ergo and Apple...yet, but if they're in discussion, the words 'gamechanger' and 'stepped change' for 2ergo would massively understate their opportunity. If a deal is in the making, I couldn't guess whether it would be through the tenacity and belief of Neale Graham, one of 2ergo's founders who's stuck with 2ergo from incorporation, or whether the clever people at MXC Capital who recently led an investment round in 2ergo would have orchestrated it? Alternatively, rather than enter a license agreement, would Apple simply acquire 2ergo? If MXC are behind it, I'd guess the latter. Or maybe Google, PayPal or Groupon could move in to spoil Apple's party? The Podifi technology looks perfect for all these companies too. If anyone needs convincing of the similarities, these are a few words about Podifi on 2ergo's site; "In addition, podifi™ incorporates proximity technology, allowing the delivery of personalised in-store communications and the issue of location-relevant offers and promotions. For example, pods placed at the entrance to the store can be used for consumer check in services, whilst pods positioned on shelves in specific aisles can deliver offers specific to the products in that part of the store. The same location sensitive technology also allows customers to be tracked around the store to create in-store heat-maps providing valuable insight into customer behaviour." hxxp://www.2ergo.com/our-business/podifi This single paragraph above looks like it mirrors perfectly Apple Inc.'s description and diagram of their i-Beacon service on this InfoTech News Site here- hxxp://jukemtech.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/what-is-apple-ibeacon.html If the above paragraph off 2ergo's website was inserted under the diagram on the blogspot InfoTech website they look to me to perfectly and accurately describe Apple's i-Beacon service. I think 2ergo could be definitely onto something. However, who knows if there's a deal in discussion with Apple, or if there's a David and Goliath Patent claim ahead- in the successful event of either, 2ergo's rating should rocket! As a shareholder, the quickest return will be from a deal being struck, so I'm hoping for the latter.
09/12/2013
11:59
chartattack: 2ergo's dramatic decline in its share price made it 'reposition' itself over recent years- has the refocus worked and have they now hit the jackpot!!! Seeing Apple's iBeacon technology in the news recently, instantly got my attention. The more I've researched and read, the more excited I get. It's been reported that Apple have dumped Near Field Communication (NFC) in favour of their very own iOS7 iBeacon, which it launched in all its stores across the USA this weekend. While you may not find too much info from Apple on its consumer facing pages, Apple have published software development kits (SDK's) to encourage the development of iBeacon applications by software developers across the World. It looks to me like a massive play for Apple in the retail space. The likes of Macy's in the USA are one of the first major retailers launching its smartphone shopping solution on Apple's new iBeacon technology. I found this quote- "iBeacon's momentum is just getting started," says Hari Gottipati, an independent tech consultant in Phoenix, "but it's going to explode faster than anyone can imagine." A Youtube video of iBeacon uses can be seen here; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUlYpCmtHbE&noredirect=1 And the relevance to 2ergo? iBeacon looks remarkably similar to 2ergo's Podifi technology, only this time its Apple that are launching it. The subtle difference being that Apple are utilising Bluetooth, while 2ergo are using WiFi. Following further research I must say that it looks like 2ergo hold the all important Patents for this technology on both WiFi and Bluetooth. Having been in the mobile space since 1999, 2ergo have numerous Smart Phone Patents dated back to even before the iPhone was invented. However these are two that Apple's iBeacon look to me to be breaching; http://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?DB=EPODOC&II=0&ND=3&adjacent=true&bcId=2&locale=en_EP&return=true&FT=D&date=20120411&CC=GB&NR=2484391A&KC=A http://www.ipo.gov.uk/p-find-publication-getPDF.pdf?PatentNo=GB2484391&DocType=B&JournalNumber=6466 Are there any experts out there who can throw more light on this? Are 2ergo sat on a Goldmine??? Its long been reported that 2ergo's CEO Neale Graham claimed that there needed to be an alternative to the much hyped and little implemented NFC technology- Apple's launch of iBeacon has endorsed Grahams' thinking. On one hand Apple may not be breaching 2ergo's Patents. A deal may have already been struck, if so surely we should see an announcement soon? I haven't heard a whisper of any collaborative agreement between 2ergo and Apple...yet, but if they're in discussion, the words 'gamechanger' and 'stepped change' for 2ergo would massively understate their opportunity. If a deal is in the making, I couldn't guess whether it would be through the tenacity and belief of Neale Graham, one of 2ergo's founders who's stuck with 2ergo from incorporation, or whether the clever people at MXC Capital who recently led an investment round in 2ergo would have orchestrated it? Alternatively, rather than enter a license agreement, would Apple simply acquire 2ergo? If MXC are behind it, I'd guess the latter. Or maybe Google, PayPal or Groupon could move in to spoil Apple's party? The Podifi technology looks perfect for all these companies too. If anyone needs convincing of the similarities, these are a few words about Podifi on 2ergo's site; "In addition, podifi™ incorporates proximity technology, allowing the delivery of personalised in-store communications and the issue of location-relevant offers and promotions. For example, pods placed at the entrance to the store can be used for consumer check in services, whilst pods positioned on shelves in specific aisles can deliver offers specific to the products in that part of the store. The same location sensitive technology also allows customers to be tracked around the store to create in-store heat-maps providing valuable insight into customer behaviour." http://www.2ergo.com/our-business/podifi This single paragraph above looks like it mirrors perfectly Apple Inc.'s description and diagram of their i-Beacon service on this InfoTech News Site here- http://jukemtech.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/what-is-apple-ibeacon.html If the above paragraph off 2ergo's website was inserted under the diagram on the blogspot InfoTech website they look to me to perfectly and accurately describe Apple's i-Beacon service. I think 2ergo could be definitely onto something. However, who knows if there's a deal in discussion with Apple, or if there's a David and Goliath Patent claim ahead- in the successful event of either, 2ergo's rating should rocket! As a shareholder, the quickest return will be from a deal being struck, so I'm hoping for the latter.
10/6/2013
15:03
steve695: The silence is deafening... You can see the dilemma that the potential funders have. While the technology looks interesting and there is no doubt that mobile couponing is going to be big in the future you would have to have severe concerns about investing your cash in a company run by a board who have delivered a 99% drop in share price. And we're not talking about an all or nothing explorer here or a 3rd world stock with huge political risk, this performance is against the backdrop of growth in the mobile apps and services sector.
06/5/2013
10:11
ashtree2: The last placing in september was at a 74% discount to the then share price so it is likely in my view the next placing will be at a similar discount to todays price which is around 8p.Not to good for long term holders here as I make that it could be as low as 2p.
15/6/2011
08:56
nermil: Maybe I've been fairly lucky so far but I've never had one single RNS that has devestated a share price like the one yesterday. My key worry now is that a major stakeholder like Aviva comes to the same conclusion I have and backs out. It could send the share price spiralling further downward. If they stick with RGO maybe the bottom has been reached and some will see this is as having been overdone or as a recovery story. Or management comes out what another RNS highlighting the share price movement yesterday but with some more clarity on the issue, that would at least show they are paying attention. If their core business is uneffected and these new guidelines effect only a proportion of their business, that could be comforting but it needs to be stated so those of us left (not many it seems at this stage) get some kind of reassurance. I calculate that little stunt yesterday wiped around £4k off my the value of SIPP, that's a devestating blow in one day's trading...gutted.
14/6/2011
09:39
nermil: The other companies listed under mobile communications in the financials section here do not seem to have had their share price effected. Is this RGO as a victim or circumstance or RGO being completely and utterly unprepared and leaving itself vulnerable to this? Because if you're going to put your faith in management to get them through this, its a very key point. At this stage, I am not sure.
14/6/2011
08:59
chanson: Not a good announcement - it raises concerns and leaves them hanging. As I see it this is now a decision as to whether or not you trust the management - could be a good time to pick up some cheap shares - but don't expect a quick rebound, the announcement says "the actual numbers will not be known for a number of months". Until they are - expect a declining share price.
19/1/2011
13:00
roily: Rhu I suspect you are at where I want to be in 2012/13(: From Claris: Range Energy Resources Inc. (RGO-L, Not Rated). Provides exposure to one of the last great exploration frontiers (Kurdistan) where junior companies can participate. A billion barrel discovery (or greater) could propel its share price to multiples of the current value. RGO may appeal to investors looking for home-run potential to add to their portfolio. ___________________________________________ Not sure where they got the RGO-L from???
06/1/2011
12:11
nephie: Care of paulypilot from next door Have a mobile phone? Like 33% of a McDonalds Burger?, well RGO with their Vouchernet (Mobile Couponing) could give you just that! 2 Ergo have integrated Vouchernet with major UK EPOS terminal software, the Group can now utilise the intelligence of mobileDNA to match its clients with highly profiled consumers both in the 'virtual' and 'real world', thus creating a truly end-to-end service that drives customers to both the Web and the High Street. So Imagine walking past McDonalds or maybe JP Weatherspoon and your phone alerts you to 50% off a Big Mac or 20% off a Pint of Pedigree at JPW.....the phone interacts with the EPOS system at either store and you get your discount. Incidently Since 2004 Vouchernet has transacted over 30 million mobile coupons worldwide and is behind one of the most successful mobile marketing campaigns ever launched called Orange Wednesdays Also Mobile couponing is poised to be huge as seen by the Google bid for Groupon at a valuation of $6bn for the 18 month old company. RGO have patents in this arena and are already working with major companies such as Proctor and Gamble. Now the system is patented and of course it's not the only thing 2 Ergo do they describe themselves thus: 2ergo is an international provider of software solutions for mobile phone and Smartphone marketing, business communications, mobile websites, mobile entertainment, mobile news and mobile banking. 2ergo is currently the largest commercial provider of mobile news in the USA, and the only provider of secure mobile phone money transfers that are both PIN protected and encrypted. The share price has been suffering for a while, because 2 Ergo decided to invest heavily recently plus I understand an institution has sold out. However recent results showed good progress being made and indeed the green shoots look tobev there.....from the recent results: "The Board is more confident than ever that the preparation work, aligned to the innovations in product enhancement and proposition development, will deliver unprecedented success in the coming years." -Dec 2010 Recent interesting figures from their website include: * Over 300 million global consumers will use a mobile phone coupon by 2014 (Juniper) * Mobile coupons will generate $6 billion (£4bn) in global redemption values by 2014 (Juniper) * Mobile coupon redemption rates often exceed 50% (Exposure2) * Paper coupons typically have a redemption rate of only 0.2-2% globally (Juniper) * Over 400 million mobile subscribers worldwide will use a mobile phone for ticketing by 2013 * Total mobile ticketing transaction value will reach $92 billion by 2013 RGO Has a mkt cap of circa 30 million GBP It's peer would be regarded as VEL which has outperfomed RGO by a country mile, but one has a feeling RGO may be just starting to recover some of the lost ground. Share price as I write is 93-95p It has peaked at circa 340p and sunk to a low of circa 55p.
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