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|And here is the Cardiff presentation from last month:
|As far as i can make out, the ex chairman sold 475k on fri at 60p, to take him under 3%. All in all good news as a potential overhang reduced, imho.
|Finals deliver an upbeat message:
|And the Singapore financial instit deal from the autumn was indeed DBS.
And the social site win was Facebook.|
|Bit of extra info re last week's wins, on the 13th it was British Gas.
And on the 16th it was the NHS.|
|Upbeat interview with the CEO:
Also the full Cardiff presentation was periscoped and is currently available to watch via twitter.|
|From last thurs, good contract and new partnership:
|Good news here and could see the stock rerated back to higher levels, gla|
|Well, well, well, y/e trading update isn't a profits warning...
|EG is usually interviewed on pro active investors site after contract wins. ADVFN won't allow links, but can't stop you from visiting and listening.|
|I've added a few on the back of the recent contract announcements|
|Certainly appears to be a good win, although Mr Mkt still clearly not yet won over. Here in full:
eg solutions plc (AIM: EGS), the back-office workforce optimisation company, is pleased to announce that it has secured its first mobile and multilingual back office optimisation contract with a new retail energy company. The implementation will support the energy supplier's customer service strategy.
Under the terms of the contract the Company will implement the eg operational intelligence(R) software suite and eg mobile(TM) across approximately 500 back office, call centre and sales staff in Europe to improve end-to-end customer service, optimise the use of resources, remotely as well as on-site, and ensure regulatory compliance. There is potential to expand the implementation to other companies within the energy supplier's wider group.
Elizabeth Gooch, CEO of eg solutions, commented: "I am delighted to announce this new contract win which will utilise the full capabilities of eg operational intelligence(R) in multiple territories and languages. Our recently launched eg mobile(TM) software will also provide dashboards, alerts and notifications for operational managers on the move, providing true insight into the full customer service process and promoting world-class operational management capabilities across the group".
Revenues for the contract are approximately GBP1.3 million and are scheduled to commence immediately. Approximately GBP250,000 will be recognised in the current financial year. This contract win is in line with eg's progressive strategy of continuing to increase its UK and global presence as a leading supplier of back office optimisation software.|
|New contract win announced, I expect to start to see this rally from these positions.
|Above contract could well be with DBS imho. If so, a great endorsment.
|Off the lows thanks to some far eastern promise:
|Started new thread as Lord Butterstock not posted since 2007, so assumed lost interest. His started with a profits warning, and a decade on this one continues that not so great tradition!
US partner: hTTp://www.aspect.com/solutions/workforce-optimization/back-office-optimization-solutions
Previous thread, spanning a decade of mainly disappointment:
Shares in issue: 22,682,938|
- Revenue falling
- Losses getting bigger
- More cash burn
- Gooch milking the company for all it is worth.
- Gooch a dreamer?
|What's happening ?
|Oh dear... all kinds of red flags...
"From a practical perspective the executive team i.e. EGS founder Elizabeth Gooch as CEO and outgoing CFO Jonathan Kay is still in place providing temporary continuity. The addition of a highly experienced listed company director would be positive and our inference (not confirmed in the RNS) is that Nigel Payne would rapidly seek to reinvigorate the focus on profitable sales growth, part of which would be to appoint new executive and non-executive management. The resignations are potentially disruptive,but from a business perspective not necessarily counter-productive medium term.
Just last week, on 9 June, EGS maintained its expected adjusted profit guidance for the current year and if it achieves our current forecasts we regard the shares as very attractively rated."
...lifted from this morning's Equity Development note on research tree...hope they're right|
|Wow, pretty much everyone has resigned. Just how much of a b$t$h must Elizabeth Gooch be lmao
The greedy b$t$h only cares about the $$$$ bling :-D
Sell this stock down to zero.