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07/12/2016
08:20
Arria Nlg Ords Daily Update: Arria Nlg Ords is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NLG. The last closing price for Arria Nlg Ords was 16.50p.
Arria Nlg Ords has a 4 week average price of 13.02p and a 12 week average price of 15.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 32.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 123,680,610 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 96,011 shares. The market capitalisation of Arria Nlg Ords is £20,407,300.65.
03/10/2016
18:32
kcr69: Hi Aja5, good to see some healthy discussion today. I don't think anyone is saying that the loan note holders would or should convert their loans at 40p while the share price is anything under that price, that would obviously be nothing but sheer madness. Furthermore, my point regarding a price of 25p was based solely on a simple and theoretical calculation should the loan note holders ever decide to covert loans and warrants. Today's RNS stated "Subscribers for the Loan Notes will receive two unlisted warrants to subscribe for new ordinary shares in the Company for each US$1.00 invested in the Loan notes, exercisable up to 11 June 2019, at 12p per new ordinary share (the "C Warrants")." $1 loaned (give or take - 80p) would convert to 2 shares at 40p with 2 "C warrants" at 12p. As such a total of £1.04 for 4 shares which I rounded to 25p per share, and hence my point that todays fundraising when expressed in relation to the share price was carried out at 25p per share. I am most definitely not saying that the loan note holders would convert their shares and exercise warrants currently at what would be a 50% premium to the open market, nor am I trying to debate that yield as a proposition should be ignored or has anything to do with share price. I fully agree with you right now that a 5.25% yield is better than any conversion. The key point I was making however was that if equity at some point is a better proposition to loan note holders than yield, then the equity equivalent cost of todays fundraise was 25p per share which at a 50% premium to the current share price appeared to me to be a better round of fundraising. I will do something I rarely do and put my neck on the line with regard to what I believe will happen, solely based on released RNS and a little research around current board members, shareholder base etc. I do think the listing will go ahead, and I think it will be priced somewhere between 30p and 40p, but to avoid a sell off which would undeniably happen at that price, the listing will be accompanied by concrete revenue news / partnerships that will underpin it. I also think the share is now a binary bet with regard to success or failure, which as described by briannewby is 'worth a punt'. I am more confident today than I was yesterday even with todays reversal in selling price. Have I clarified the point I was making and does the above logic make sense, or do you think I am talking b*llocks? Best wishes
13/9/2016
06:09
tullynessle: Positive news from Arria in the Non-Regulatory News Release issued this morning. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arria-nlg-ords-NLG/share-news/Arria-NLG-PLC-Partnership-agreement-with-GeoCosmo/72415111 13 September 2016 Arria NLG plc ("Arria NLG", or "Arria") Partnership agreement with GeoCosmo Sciences SPC Arria NLG (AIM: NLG), a world leader in artificial intelligence ("AI") and natural language generation ("NLG"), and GeoCosmo Sciences SPC ("GeoCosmo"), a global project based out of NASA's Ames Research Park in California, is pleased to announce a partnership to build precision NLG capabilities into the GeoCosmo Earthquake Forecasting Service(TM) to improve communication and advance notification of the deadliest natural disasters. GeoCosmo, a leader in the earthquake forecasting community, is on a mission to bring life-changing safety technology to at-risk populations. To date, GeoCosmo has forecasted 22 out of 22 3.1 magnitude and above earthquakes in their South American test area since sensors were deployed in 2012. They are currently developing forecasting services that will be able to detect major earthquakes days and weeks ahead of their occurrence. GeoCosmo's new technology leverages semiconductor physics, satellites and big data algorithms to pick up detectable precursory signals from Earth's tectonic plates, and identify disasters before they happen. With Arria's partnership, GeoCosmo will be able to bridge the data distance between semiconductor physics and plain language. Arria's technology will be used to automate the analysis of seismic event data and report on large data sets in real time. Such reports and dynamic dashboards, in English and other languages can include status and alerts for dissemination to appropriate authorities, media and populations. Earthquakes are the deadliest of all natural disasters - over the last 100 years, they have caused millions of deaths and cost the global economy trillions of dollars. Just this past month, over 290 people were killed in a 6.2 magnitude earthquake in Italy. Charles Gonzales, Chief Executive Officer of GeoCosmo, said: "This technology will improve the way we travel and interact with the earth. Not only will this add an incredible safety feature to society both locally and globally, it will provide time to prepare for potentially devastating seismic disasters and protect local and global communities - something we have been unable to do until now." Sharon Daniels, Chairman and Interim Chief Executive Officer of Arria NLG, commented: "Through this relationship with GeoCosmo, Arria's platform will soon be able to interpret complex sources of scientific data to communicate incredibly valuable information to affected communities. Arria is committed to this kind of mission-based strategic partnership that uses AI to accelerate the way we understand, interpret and share information to improve the way we live." For further information, please visit www.arria.com or contact:
03/9/2016
11:01
jumbone: obiterdicta : 1. Valuation of New companies : -- Is usually based on annual revenues and it's multiples. -- Unlike in physical product based companies, Software companies have Zero Material Costs and significantly less labour costs, So the net profits are very high -- Agreed there will be huge costs of initial development that have to be absorbed from future revenues -- Once those are absorbed the relative percentage cost of Maintenance, support and upgrades are extremely small in comparison with revenues 2. My estimated valuation of Arria NLG: --- Was just based on Quickbooks and XERO which at 10% adoption rates and at an annual revenue Multiple of just 15X was £ 3.25 per share -- If you looked at any of the accounting software companies the renewal rates reported by almost all of them is in the 80 % region -- They are NOT casual users but Small, Medium and Large businesses dependent on the Accounting Software to invoice customers, manage payroll, pay their suppliers, pay their employees, Pay Taxes etc... in short to RUN THEIR BUSINESS -- Hence the uptake of an extremely human like financial reporting SW like "RECOUNT" is expected to be very high -- So my assumption of 10% adoption is extremely conservative -- Though Artificial Intelligence companies are valued at 40 Times their Revenues, I chose to take 15X annual revenues to be as conservative as possible -- Even though Arria NLG has significant revenues from other sources, I had even chose to Ignore them to be conservative -- In addition I have not included the market leader "SAGE" in my calculations of fair value --Even though According to the market and Arria NLG they are already or about to Engage with SAGE hTTp://www.techmarketview.com/ukhotviews/archive/2016/08/31/arria-nlg-takes-ai-to-xero-and-intuit hTTp://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/qa-arria-nlg-plc-recount-product-launch/412709185 In Arria NLG PLC (LON:NLG) Chief Strategy Officer Matthew Gould's words "We’ll then start adding more accounting systems as 2017 goes on, we’re looking at Sage, we’re looking at MYOB online, Netsuite of course and so all of those millions of businesses currently using those online systems will be able to have this virtual financial adviser writing up the management reports for them, driving the insights that it takes them days or weeks to provide Arria NLG will be doing in minutes or seconds for them." 3. New Fair Value Estimation of NLG Shares: -- So I now have a modified valuation of NLG including SAGE, -- But Excluding MYOB online, and Netsuite Here it is Jumbone -- Your implied point that 10% adoption rate of the users might not be there in the initial years is a very valid point -- Taking your point of view At the bottom I have also included calculation of Fair Value at 1 %, 2 %, 3 % 4 % , 5% and 10% adoption rates -- Even those stand at £1.0530 per share for EVERY SINGLE % of adoption rate -- Remember that The universe I have taken is about 50% or even less and only Accounting Software -- All other Current incomes of Arria NLG such as O&G sector, UK MetOffice are ignored -- Remember also that their Next 2 products are expected to be even bigger revenue spinners -- They will be launched before Christmas called Articulator Lite and Articulator Pro -- This calculation omits all expected revenues from them as well -- So we must accept that this is a=the rock bottom valuation of fair value 4. Shares in Issue: -- Currently there are 123,680,610 shares in issue -- All of them would be converted to "New Arria NLG Group Shares" and listed in NZSX, ASX and as DRs in LSE Main Market -- It is estimated that 10 Million more "New Arria NLG Group Shares" would be issued at NZ$ 2.00 per share as part of fund raising NZ$ 20 Mill -- If you Read the 04 July RNS hTTp://www.investegate.co.uk/arria-nlg-plc--nlg-/rns/proposed-nzsx---asx-listings/201607040900051095D/ --Which Clearly says that The strike Price will Be NZ$ 1.00 or £ 0.53 Per each "Bonus Warrant" Jumbone --Which Clearly says that The strike Price will Be NZ$ 1.00 or £ 0.53 Per each "Bonus Warrant" -- In my experience of many many years "Bonus Warrants" are always issued at a Knocked down discount price to the share price -- So If the strike price of NZ 1.00 per warrant is at a substantial discount... What I am told of NZX listing at NZ$ 2.00 per "New Arria NLG Group Shares" Has to be CORRECT -- As I posted earlier... --I trust my source, So I am in here Much more than that... I don't want to be a fool either to my own self or in any others' opinion, and bet on some race horse for a jackpot --So I have checked and re-checked numbers, information, market, Competition, product capabilities, partners, NLG's capabilities, their employees and their capabilities and after all those critical examination I have come to a conclusion that his information seems credible That's when I even chose to post the information and research... -- I totally agree that the numbers I am getting are way way out of our expectations -- I also totally agree that no matter how much ever I or any logical sane person tries to dispute them we are not able to -- So I simply have to agree, however reluctantly, that NLG is horribly undervalued --Almost everyone couldn't believe the Valuations of Linked-in, Face-book, Alibaba, Apple Before their takeovers / IPOs so May be NLG belongs to that club AND FINALLY As I said in my earlier post... Take this as just my opinion, and not as investment advice Should your investment pan out Buy me a drink... with a thank you.. Which I will accept most humbly If it doesn't Let me buy you a drink...with my sincere apologies...Which I hope you will accept gracefully
02/8/2016
12:31
ausatrader: 4 July 2016 This announcement contains inside information Arria NLG plc ("Arria NLG" or the "Company") Proposed New Zealand Stock Exchange and Australian Stock Exchange listings Arria NLG (AIM: NLG.L), a technology leader in Natural Language Generation ("NLG"), is pleased to provide an update on its proposed capital reorganisation which includes listings in New Zealand and Australia. Introduction Further to Arria's announcement on 10 June 2016, Arria is well advanced in preparing for the listing of the securities of a new holding company ("Arria NLG Group") on the main board of the New Zealand Stock Exchange (the "NZSX") and a secondary listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (the "ASX") (together the "Listings"). Once effected, the group's primary listing will shift from the London Stock Exchange AIM market ("AIM") to the New Zealand Stock Exchange. To maintain the group's participation in the UK market, concurrent with the Listings, the Arria NLG Group will seek a listing of depository interests (representing shares and warrants) on the standard segment of the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange plc (the "Standard List") and at the same time the Company will seek the cancellation of the admission to trading on AIM of its existing ordinary shares (the "Existing Ordinary Shares") and existing quoted warrants (the "Quoted Warrants"). Arria believes this configuration of a primary listing to the NZSX together with secondary listings on the ASX and the Standard List, will better support Arria's global expansion plans. Coinciding with the Listings, a fundraising will occur (the "Fundraising"). The Listings and the Fundraising will be subject to certain regulatory and other consents. Any new capital raised will be used to support Arria's commercial momentum by: · continuing to add new clients and partners; · developing Arria's SaaS products, (including a global launching of those products); · continuing the development of Arria's core technologies; and · an extension of the Group's existing Intellectual Property program by developing new patents and patent applications in the field of NLG. The Board of Arria currently anticipate that full details of the Listings and the Fundraising will be announced in the current quarter. Proposed capital reorganisation In order to effect the Listings, it is the Company's current intention that Arria NLG Group (a newly incorporated company, registered in New Zealand) would acquire all of the Existing Ordinary Shares by means of a Scheme of Arrangement under sections 895 to 899 of the Companies Act 2006 (the "Scheme"). The structure of the Listings, Fundraising and the Scheme have been developed over recent months and it is anticipated that proposals will be put to holders of the various components of Arria's current capital structure (being the Existing Ordinary Shares, the Quoted Warrants, the existing loan notes and unlisted B warrants, and the employee options and LTIPs) as follows: Existing Ordinary Shares Under the Scheme, holders of Existing Ordinary Shares, as at the Scheme record date, would receive one share in Arria NLG Group (a "Arria NLG Group Share") for each Existing Ordinary Share held. Arria NLG Group Shares are expected to be listed on the NZSX and the ASX and depositary interests representing Arria NLG Group Shares are expected to be listed on the Standard List. For every 10 Existing Ordinary Shares held in the Company, shareholders would also receive one warrant in Arria NLG Group (a "Bonus Warrant"). The exercise price of each Bonus Warrant will be NZ$1.00 (approximately £0.53) and the Bonus Warrants would expire on 15 February 2020. The Bonus Warrants are expected be listed on the NZSX and the ASX and depositary interests representing Bonus Warrants are expected to be listed on the Standard List. Quoted Warrants Holders of the Quoted Warrants will retain their Quoted Warrants but, outside of the Scheme, will be offered the opportunity to exercise prior to, and conditional upon, the Scheme becoming effective. However, the Company will seek cancellation of trading on AIM of the Quoted Warrants and the Company will not be seeking a listing of the current Quoted Warrants on the NZSX, the ASX, the Standard List or any other exchange. Amendments to the articles of association of the Company will be proposed at a general meeting to provide that any new ordinary shares in Arria NLG issued following the Scheme becoming effective will be subject to the Scheme. Consequently, upon the future exercise of a Quoted Warrant, the holders thereof will be issued with shares in Arria NLG which will then be immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group on the same terms as offered to the holders of the Existing Ordinary Shares. So, on exercise of every ten Quoted Warrants, the holders will receive ten shares in Arria NLG, which will then be immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group for ten new Arria NLG Group Shares and one Bonus Warrant. The expiry date of the Quoted Warrants is expected to be extended from 30 September 2017 to 15 March 2019. B warrants Holders of existing unlisted B warrants in the Company (the "B Warrants") will retain their B Warrants, but, as with the Quoted Warrants, will be outside of the Scheme. The proposed amendments to the articles of association of the Company will provide that any new ordinary shares in the Company issued following the Scheme becoming effective will be subject to the Scheme. Consequently, upon the future exercise of a B Warrant, the holders thereof will be issued with shares in the Company which will then be immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group on the same terms as offered to the holders of the Existing Ordinary shares, as set out above. The expiry date of the B Warrants will remain 11 June 2019 and will not be extended. Holders of B Warrants will also be offered the opportunity to exercise prior to, and conditional upon, the Scheme becoming effective. Convertible loan notes Holders of convertible loan notes in the Company (the "Loan Notes") will retain their Loan Notes. As with the Quoted Warrants and B Warrants, the Loan Notes will be outside of the Scheme and the proposed amendments to the articles of association of the Company will provide that any shares in the Company issued following the Scheme becoming effective will be subject to the Scheme. Consequently, upon a future conversion of the Loan Notes, the holders will be issued with shares in the Company which will then be immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group on the same terms as offered to the Existing Ordinary Shares. So, on conversion, holders of Loan Notes will receive ten shares in the Company for every £4.00 of Loan Notes (based on a current conversion price of 40p, and with fractional entitlements being rounded down), which are then immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group for ten new Arria NLG Group Shares and one Bonus Warrant. The expiry date of the Loan Notes will remain 31 October 2019 and will not be extended. Holders of Loan Notes will be asked to waive their rights to have their Loan Notes acquired and/or repaid upon the Scheme becoming effective. The Loan Notes will not be listed on any exchange. Employee options and LTIPs Appropriate proposals will be made to the holders of employee options and LTIPs at the same time as the Scheme being put to shareholders. Further details of the Scheme will be announced in due course. Should the Scheme become effective, then Arria NLG Group will become the new parent company of the Arria group and the existing parent company, Arria NLG, will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Arria NLG Group. Arria NLG would be re-registered as a private limited company. Proposed Arria NLG Group board members It is proposed that on the listing of Arria NLG Group on the NZSX, Stuart Rogers, Chairman and Chief Executive of the Company, will become Non-Executive Chairman of Arria NLG Group, and Matthew Gould will become Chief Executive of Arria NLG Group. Wayne Thornhill will be appointed to the board of Arria NLG Group as Chief Financial Officer. Paul Kidney and Sharon Daniels (both non-executive directors of the Company) will become non-executive directors of Arria NLG Group and Barbara Kendall will be a non-executive director of Arria NLG Group. Michael Higgins, a non-executive director of the Company, will step down from the Arria NLG board and will not be joining the board of Arria NLG Group. Proposed Fundraising Arria NLG Group is currently seeking, conditional on the Listings taking place, to raise approximately £8.5 million of new capital through a public offer and subscription by way of the issue of new Arria NLG Group Shares. Pricing is subject to market evaluation and it is anticipated that the offer will consist of a bundle of securities incorporating ordinary shares in Arria NLG Group and listed warrants. The Board anticipates that the expected price of the offer of the securities bundle in the proposed fundraising, will be at a significant premium to the current Arria NLG ordinary share price. It is the Company's intention that the Fundraising will be supported by a standby underwriting agreement between Arria NLG Group, the Company and MSL Capital Markets, which in turn will be supported by a series of standby sub-underwriting agreements with certain existing shareholders and new institutional investors. Further details of the proposed underwriting will be announced on completion of the underwriting agreements. Commenting, Stuart Rogers, Chairman and Chief Executive of Arria NLG said: "Arria was founded as a UK company, and when the Company first listed in late 2013, it chose the UK's AIM market. Many of the Arria's founders and early investors are residents of New Zealand and Arria recognizes the strength of the equity markets in New Zealand and Australia with their focus on early stage software and technology companies. Further, during its first two years, Arria's staff were predominately based in the UK, whereas today, the core development staff are more evenly split between offices in the UK and Australia. With the ever-increasing media and marketplace focus on the Artificial Intelligence ("AI") category, and Arria's central place within this category which has been recognised in a number of recent technology media articles, Arria is confident that this strategic action of listing Arria NLG Group securities on both the NZSX and ASX exchanges, while maintaining a standard listing on the London Stock Exchange, will better provide the capital platform to support the group's global expansion plans within the AI category, and best serve the interests of the Company's shareholders."
19/7/2016
18:12
ausatrader: 4 July 2016 This announcement contains inside information Arria NLG plc ("Arria NLG" or the "Company") Proposed New Zealand Stock Exchange and Australian Stock Exchange listings Arria NLG (AIM: NLG.L), a technology leader in Natural Language Generation ("NLG"), is pleased to provide an update on its proposed capital reorganisation which includes listings in New Zealand and Australia. Introduction Further to Arria's announcement on 10 June 2016, Arria is well advanced in preparing for the listing of the securities of a new holding company ("Arria NLG Group") on the main board of the New Zealand Stock Exchange (the "NZSX") and a secondary listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (the "ASX") (together the "Listings"). Once effected, the group's primary listing will shift from the London Stock Exchange AIM market ("AIM") to the New Zealand Stock Exchange. To maintain the group's participation in the UK market, concurrent with the Listings, the Arria NLG Group will seek a listing of depository interests (representing shares and warrants) on the standard segment of the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange plc (the "Standard List") and at the same time the Company will seek the cancellation of the admission to trading on AIM of its existing ordinary shares (the "Existing Ordinary Shares") and existing quoted warrants (the "Quoted Warrants"). Arria believes this configuration of a primary listing to the NZSX together with secondary listings on the ASX and the Standard List, will better support Arria's global expansion plans. Coinciding with the Listings, a fundraising will occur (the "Fundraising"). The Listings and the Fundraising will be subject to certain regulatory and other consents. Any new capital raised will be used to support Arria's commercial momentum by: · continuing to add new clients and partners; · developing Arria's SaaS products, (including a global launching of those products); · continuing the development of Arria's core technologies; and · an extension of the Group's existing Intellectual Property program by developing new patents and patent applications in the field of NLG. The Board of Arria currently anticipate that full details of the Listings and the Fundraising will be announced in the current quarter. Proposed capital reorganisation In order to effect the Listings, it is the Company's current intention that Arria NLG Group (a newly incorporated company, registered in New Zealand) would acquire all of the Existing Ordinary Shares by means of a Scheme of Arrangement under sections 895 to 899 of the Companies Act 2006 (the "Scheme"). The structure of the Listings, Fundraising and the Scheme have been developed over recent months and it is anticipated that proposals will be put to holders of the various components of Arria's current capital structure (being the Existing Ordinary Shares, the Quoted Warrants, the existing loan notes and unlisted B warrants, and the employee options and LTIPs) as follows: Existing Ordinary Shares Under the Scheme, holders of Existing Ordinary Shares, as at the Scheme record date, would receive one share in Arria NLG Group (a "Arria NLG Group Share") for each Existing Ordinary Share held. Arria NLG Group Shares are expected to be listed on the NZSX and the ASX and depositary interests representing Arria NLG Group Shares are expected to be listed on the Standard List. For every 10 Existing Ordinary Shares held in the Company, shareholders would also receive one warrant in Arria NLG Group (a "Bonus Warrant"). The exercise price of each Bonus Warrant will be NZ$1.00 (approximately £0.53) and the Bonus Warrants would expire on 15 February 2020. The Bonus Warrants are expected be listed on the NZSX and the ASX and depositary interests representing Bonus Warrants are expected to be listed on the Standard List. Quoted Warrants Holders of the Quoted Warrants will retain their Quoted Warrants but, outside of the Scheme, will be offered the opportunity to exercise prior to, and conditional upon, the Scheme becoming effective. However, the Company will seek cancellation of trading on AIM of the Quoted Warrants and the Company will not be seeking a listing of the current Quoted Warrants on the NZSX, the ASX, the Standard List or any other exchange. Amendments to the articles of association of the Company will be proposed at a general meeting to provide that any new ordinary shares in Arria NLG issued following the Scheme becoming effective will be subject to the Scheme. Consequently, upon the future exercise of a Quoted Warrant, the holders thereof will be issued with shares in Arria NLG which will then be immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group on the same terms as offered to the holders of the Existing Ordinary Shares. So, on exercise of every ten Quoted Warrants, the holders will receive ten shares in Arria NLG, which will then be immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group for ten new Arria NLG Group Shares and one Bonus Warrant. The expiry date of the Quoted Warrants is expected to be extended from 30 September 2017 to 15 March 2019. B warrants Holders of existing unlisted B warrants in the Company (the "B Warrants") will retain their B Warrants, but, as with the Quoted Warrants, will be outside of the Scheme. The proposed amendments to the articles of association of the Company will provide that any new ordinary shares in the Company issued following the Scheme becoming effective will be subject to the Scheme. Consequently, upon the future exercise of a B Warrant, the holders thereof will be issued with shares in the Company which will then be immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group on the same terms as offered to the holders of the Existing Ordinary shares, as set out above. The expiry date of the B Warrants will remain 11 June 2019 and will not be extended. Holders of B Warrants will also be offered the opportunity to exercise prior to, and conditional upon, the Scheme becoming effective. Convertible loan notes Holders of convertible loan notes in the Company (the "Loan Notes") will retain their Loan Notes. As with the Quoted Warrants and B Warrants, the Loan Notes will be outside of the Scheme and the proposed amendments to the articles of association of the Company will provide that any shares in the Company issued following the Scheme becoming effective will be subject to the Scheme. Consequently, upon a future conversion of the Loan Notes, the holders will be issued with shares in the Company which will then be immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group on the same terms as offered to the Existing Ordinary Shares. So, on conversion, holders of Loan Notes will receive ten shares in the Company for every £4.00 of Loan Notes (based on a current conversion price of 40p, and with fractional entitlements being rounded down), which are then immediately acquired by Arria NLG Group for ten new Arria NLG Group Shares and one Bonus Warrant. The expiry date of the Loan Notes will remain 31 October 2019 and will not be extended. Holders of Loan Notes will be asked to waive their rights to have their Loan Notes acquired and/or repaid upon the Scheme becoming effective. The Loan Notes will not be listed on any exchange. Employee options and LTIPs Appropriate proposals will be made to the holders of employee options and LTIPs at the same time as the Scheme being put to shareholders. Further details of the Scheme will be announced in due course. Should the Scheme become effective, then Arria NLG Group will become the new parent company of the Arria group and the existing parent company, Arria NLG, will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Arria NLG Group. Arria NLG would be re-registered as a private limited company. Proposed Arria NLG Group board members It is proposed that on the listing of Arria NLG Group on the NZSX, Stuart Rogers, Chairman and Chief Executive of the Company, will become Non-Executive Chairman of Arria NLG Group, and Matthew Gould will become Chief Executive of Arria NLG Group. Wayne Thornhill will be appointed to the board of Arria NLG Group as Chief Financial Officer. Paul Kidney and Sharon Daniels (both non-executive directors of the Company) will become non-executive directors of Arria NLG Group and Barbara Kendall will be a non-executive director of Arria NLG Group. Michael Higgins, a non-executive director of the Company, will step down from the Arria NLG board and will not be joining the board of Arria NLG Group. Proposed Fundraising Arria NLG Group is currently seeking, conditional on the Listings taking place, to raise approximately £8.5 million of new capital through a public offer and subscription by way of the issue of new Arria NLG Group Shares. Pricing is subject to market evaluation and it is anticipated that the offer will consist of a bundle of securities incorporating ordinary shares in Arria NLG Group and listed warrants. The Board anticipates that the expected price of the offer of the securities bundle in the proposed fundraising, will be at a significant premium to the current Arria NLG ordinary share price. It is the Company's intention that the Fundraising will be supported by a standby underwriting agreement between Arria NLG Group, the Company and MSL Capital Markets, which in turn will be supported by a series of standby sub-underwriting agreements with certain existing shareholders and new institutional investors. Further details of the proposed underwriting will be announced on completion of the underwriting agreements.
11/7/2016
19:37
ausatrader: Arria Nlg Ords Share News (NLG) 4Follow NLG Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description Arria Nlg Ords LSE:NLG London Ordinary Share GB00BGDFBC25 ORD 0.1P Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade -3.00p -17.39% 14.25p 14.00p 14.50p 16.00p 15.00p 16.00p 442,027 16:35:13 Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) Software & Computer Services 1.5 -8.3 -0.1 - 17.62 Print Alert Arria NLG PLC Five Year Licensing Agreement with FarmLink, LLC. 02/03/2015 7:01am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Arria Nlg Ords (LSE:NLG) Historical Stock Chart 2 Years : From Jul 2014 to Jul 2016 Click Here for more Arria Nlg Ords Charts. TIDMNLG RNS Number : 1752G Arria NLG PLC 02 March 2015 2 March 2015 Arria NLG plc ("Arria" or the "Company") Five Year Licensing Agreement with FarmLink, LLC. Arria NLG plc (AIM: NLG), a leader in the development and deployment of Natural Language Generation ("NLG") technologies, announces the successful completion of the Company's initial development agreement with FarmLink, LLC ("FarmLink"). The initial agreement with FarmLink was announced on 13 October 2014. Following the successful conclusion of that development project, the parties have entered into a five year revenue licensing agreement for Arria's NLG engine to be an integral part of FarmLink's service and data offerings. The focus of this licencing agreement is on Arria's support for FarmLink's reporting services based on FarmLink's TrueHarvest data. The TrueHarvest model has evolved to provide valuable, field-level analysis to FarmLink's farmer clients and their agronomists. TrueHarvest is the first and only yield benchmarking service that accurately shows farmers the full range of performance potential for their fields and management zones. Arria's reporting application will use the TrueHarvest information to build the gap map and deliver agronomic insights in natural language reporting. A Kansas City, Missouri based company, FarmLink offers an innovative and unique set of services to help farmers improve productivity and profitability. Through its TrueHarvest yield benchmarking service, FarmLink provides farmers and their advisors with precise, detailed and actionable comparisons that inform resource decisions, and help increase productivity and profit. Stuart Rogers, Chairman and Chief Executive of Arria NLG plc, commented: "We are delighted to be deploying Natural Language Generation narratives for FarmLink's clients. The initial engagement work was completed in a matter of months, leading to this full licensing agreement. The licensing agreement is long term, has solid revenues that can grow over time with FarmLink's business and demonstrates the powerful value of harnessing Arria's NLG technology to the significant analytical tasks modern agriculture demands. "The speed with which FarmLink's initial NLG application was completed is a testament to the continual evolution of Arria's NLG technology and to the significant capabilities of Arria's development team. "Arria's NLG engine continues to evolve and its robust developer toolkit gives us a significant competitive edge in our ability to rapidly develop NLG applications. We continue to invest in the science of NLG, R&D, new functionality, application development and client support. "Alongside this we have reduced our operating costs and plan to reduce future cost growth resulting from further contract wins by building an internally resourced offshoring component to our development capacity. FarmLink, our growing customer base and our shareholders will be beneficiaries of these cost management developments." Scott Robinson, President of FarmLink, stated: "Data has the power to change farming as we know it, but we must be able to make that data work for individual farmers in actionable ways. At FarmLink, we're doing just that by bringing benchmarking capabilities to farmers for the first time. Natural Language Generation allows FarmLink to scale its business of providing actionable insights to every corn, wheat or soybean farmer in America."
15/4/2016
20:36
tullynessle: RNS dated April 12, 2016 http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arria-nlg-ords-NLG/share-news/Arria-NLG-PLC-Genpact-NLG-Applications-to-Phase-II/71078376 12 April 2016 Arria NLG plc ("Arria NLG", or "Arria") Genpact Extends Three NLG Applications to Phase II Development Arria NLG plc (AIM: NLG), a leader in the development and deployment of Natural Language Generation ("NLG") technologies, is pleased to announce that its business process management and technology partner Genpact (NYSE: G) has extended three NLG applications to the next phase of development. Following the successful completion of initial prototypes, Arria has now been commissioned to work with Genpact in developing three fully market-ready applications for Genpact's customer base, initially in the banking and financial services industries. The applications are designed to improve existing automation systems by providing numerous complex business reporting processes which will transform the ability to perform existing tasks with the speed and scale advantages of advanced AI technology. The applications are: i) Model Documentation and Validation; ii) Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) Reporter; and iii) Credit Assessment. Stuart Rogers, Chairman and Chief Executive of Arria NLG, commented: "We are delighted with Genpact's decision to rapidly complete the development of these applications with a view to providing them to their clients as soon as possible. This highlights Genpact's recognition that our NLG platform has the capability to significantly enhance the operations of their customers. This is a good example of the capability of our NLG technology to be deployed in mass market applications, and demonstrates that the business world is embracing the potential benefits embedded in Arria NLG's technology."
21/3/2016
14:27
tullynessle: The RNS is not too long - copied below to permit future reference to the content. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arria-nlg-ords-NLG/share-news/Arria-NLG-PLC-Partnership-Agreement-with-INOVX/70836663 21 March 2016 Arria NLG plc ("Arria NLG", or "the Company") Partnership Agreement with INOVX Arria NLG plc (AIM: NLG), a leader in the development and deployment of Natural Language Generation ("NLG") technologies, is pleased to announce a new partnership agreement with INOVX Solutions Inc., a global leader in advanced asset integrity management software in the Oil and Gas industry. The partnership will see Arria's unique NLG Platform providing real-time advanced data analysis and commentary to INOVX's 3D asset modeling software. Through its 'Asset Virtualization(R) ' INOVX generates virtual environments to allow field assets to be monitored and managed through interaction with 3D models. This partnership will further enhance the INOVX user's experience by communicating expert insights written up by Arria's NLG Platform in real time. Work will commence to integrate Arria's software and if successfully deployed the Company could start receiving licence revenue during 2017 from INOVX. Embedded subject matter expertise is a key feature of the Arria NLG Platform. It enables companies, such as INOVX, to capture years of specialized field knowledge into software that the company and its users can then retain for years to come. Arria NLG uses its patented Natural Language Generation technology to create a 'Virtual Data Scientist' to analyze and communicate what is happening in the data using the language and terminology specific to the company and its users. The partnership joins two leading Artificial Intelligence technologies at a crucial point of development for 'giving a voice to the Internet of Things'. With the application of Arria's NLG Platform, INOVX will make a marked step forward to innovate its product with the power of advanced NLG from Arria. Stuart Rogers, Chairman and Chief Executive, Arria NLG commented: "This is a great application of Arria's core technology. With INOVX the NLG Platform truly becomes the voice of the engineering expert monitoring an oil and gas refinery or similar asset. INOVX allows controllers to swoop through a complex plant asset in a true virtual representation, allowing incidents and issues to be quickly identified and acted upon. Our NLG component tells operators what is happening beyond what they are seeing virtually, and can even provide recommendations as to what actions to take next." John Bell, Chief Executive Officer, INOVX notes: "We consistently seek compelling technologies that can further improve the operational efficiency of our customers' critical assets. By linking INOVX's V-Suite products to Arria's NLG technology we feel we have a game changer. A true virtual Artificial Intelligence monitoring and informing controllers as to the state of both their downstream and upstream assets."
25/2/2016
20:19
tullynessle: The article below was written by Matt Gould , CSO and co-founder of Arria NLG. It may be worth noting that Arria executed a "Framework Agreement with major US Utility Company" as described in the NLG News Release dated Jan 4, 2016. One of the target industries for Arria's service proposition appears to be Power Utilities, with significant opportunity noting Mr Gould's opinion that, "The power utilities industry, in particular, is primed for the AI revolution,......." It will be interesting to monitor NLG progress in this huge and worldwide sector. Extract: "The power utilities industry, in particular, is primed for the AI revolution, as large-scale investments in systems control and insight have often already been made, as well as huge investments in control technology and systems integration. In addition, most utilities providers have dashboard reporting systems with command and control centers." http://www.intelligentutility.com/article/16/02/why-artificial-intelligence-ready-utilities Intelligent Utility Why artificial intelligence is ready for utilities Guest Writer | Feb 24, 2016 By Matt Gould Imagine a platform that frees your operations experts from the shackles of data overload and meticulous reporting they suffer from on a daily basis. Fortunately, such a platform now exists and it’s powered by a new type of artificial intelligence called natural language generation (NLG). [Editor’s note: Get more info on natural language generation from the source of all knowing, Wikipedia. Just click here.] NLG platforms automate the analysis of data and then communicate key insights in real time - stimulating the way one communicates with another via natural language. In real time, the technology absorbs vast sets of unstructured data from multiple sources, analyzes, and draws conclusions from it. The technology can then automatically communicate conclusions in a compelling narrative that could have been written by an industry expert. Now, the integration of NLG platforms is helping utility companies, from acting as a virtual senior engineer in a control center, diagnosing issues and writing everything from work orders to press releases on outages; to providing personalized usage reports for smart meter customers. In collaborating with the technology, employees are able to be more efficient with their time, and spend less of each day on simple monitoring or administrative tasks. The power utilities industry, in particular, is primed for the AI revolution, as large-scale investments in systems control and insight have often already been made, as well as huge investments in control technology and systems integration. In addition, most utilities providers have dashboard reporting systems with command and control centers. Article continues..... ============ http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arria-nlg-ords-NLG/share-news/Arria-NLG-PLC-Framework-Agreement-with-Major-US-Ut/69868376 RNS Number : 6387K Arria NLG PLC 04 January 2016 4 January 2016 Arria NLG plc ("Arria NLG" or the "Company") Framework Agreement with major US Utility Company Arria NLG (AIM: NLG), a leader in the development and deployment of Natural Language Generation ("NLG") technologies, is pleased to announce that the Company has signed a Framework Agreement for configuration, development and licensing of applications using Arria NLG's patented NLG software with a major electric utility in the Eastern region of the United States. RNS continues........
05/2/2016
22:27
tullynessle: Some background informaation about weather analysis/forecasting/reporting contracts executed by Arria. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arria-nlg-ords-NLG/share-news/Arria-NLG-PLC-Met-Office-adds-NLG-weather-forecast/60990820 Arria NLG PLC Met Office adds NLG weather forecasts to website 10/02/2014 12:14pm RNS Non-Regulatory TIDMNLG Arria NLG PLC 10 February 2014 10 February 2014 Arria NLG plc ("Arria", the "Company" or the "Group") The Met Office adds Natural Language Generation to its public website Arria NLG plc (AIM: NLG), a leader in the development and deployment of Natural Language Generation ("NLG") technologies, announces that the Met Office is now offering Arria's NLG-generated weather forecast narratives on its Met Invent website. The forecasts, currently available for any of 5,000 geographic points in the United Kingdom, can be viewed at http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast-data2text RNS continues..... ============ http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arria-nlg-ords-NLG/share-news/Arria-NLG-PLC-Licensing-Agreement-with-MeteoGroup/66794528 RNS Number : 7171M Arria NLG PLC 11 May 2015 11 May 2015 Arria NLG plc ("Arria" or the "Company") Licensing Agreement with MeteoGroup UK Arria NLG plc (AIM: NLG), a leader in the development and deployment of Natural Language Generation ("NLG") technologies, is pleased to announce the signing of a development and licensing agreement with MeteoGroup UK Limited ("MeteoGroup"). Arria NLG will work with MeteoGroup to develop a weather report module for two regions in Europe: one for a region in the UK in English and one for a region in Germany in German, in consideration of contracted professional service fees. Upon acceptance of this initial module by MeteoGroup, the agreement provides annual licensing fees for the use of these modules. The multilingual aspect of this agreement with MeteoGroup demonstrates the robust nature of the Company's core product set in its ability to address a broad range of applications across diverse industries globally. The Company continues to enhance the capabilities of its core NLG Engine, multilingual modules and development toolkit to meet the growing needs of its clients. Stuart Rogers, Chairman and Chief Executive of Arria NLG plc, commented: "We are very pleased to be announcing this new contract. Weather applications are part of Arria NLG's heritage and meteorology is a strong market for the Company. We help companies turn weather data into forecasts, business applications and revenues. MeteoGroup has a strong global presence, and a vision of how it wants to grow its business, and how NLG can support its plans and growth. The agreement focuses initially on one type of reporting, in two different countries, each in its own language. It will be a base platform to which other modules and languages can be added to support MeteoGroup's growing needs. We look forward to working closely with MeteoGroup on the initial weather report and on future applications." RNS continues.... =======
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