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Infonic LSE:IFNC London Ordinary Share GB0033423343 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.125p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 3.06

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05/3/2009
08:09
volvo: The only way the likes of Mark Thompson will stop doing these types of scams is when they are taught a lesson. A lesson that reminds them not to do it again. VOLVO - 23 Jan'09 - 18:38 - 1233 of 1424 edit Everyone here has lost their money. Fact end of story. Look at the recent attempt to get the share price up with new none existant orders. Mark Thompson has been taking 192k per year every year with bonus. Thanks very much, no orders no money because the staff have been taking it. Sorry for all concerned
23/1/2009
18:38
volvo: Everyone here has lost their money. Fact end of story. Look at the recent attempt to get the share price up with new none existant orders. Mark Thompson has been taking 192k per year every year with bonus. Thanks very much, no orders no money because the staff have been taking it. Sorry for all concerned
22/1/2009
12:51
egoi: Broom, LOQ and Coolabi have had similar S+F announcements in recent days. Fwiw and not that anyone cares, I think we have almost reached the 'tipping point' (no not rubbish tip lol) where the balance of risk has swung in favour of the buyer here at this price. Now some of you might recall I don't rate these nasty intangibles, however if IFNC do need funds, they might be able to unlock some value in this instance from selling parts of the business. And if they don't need funds then the results should show enough improvement to merit a share price rerating. I make the market cap about 6-7 million and that doesn't look unfair imho. That said, there are a lot of cheap companies where things are 'more sure-footed' and right now I need funds, not spending same, but IFNC is definitely higher on my radar (helped by Broom's recent posts) than for some considerable time!
15/1/2009
14:00
joestraughan: I see from ifnc's website that two new partnerships have been made for doc management, which both look interesting and should prove fruitful? 18 Dec 2008 - Iris - accounting software (lots of possibilities?) 12 Jan 2009 - Top Image Systems Ifnc's share price has been flatlining for far too long!! I see that Singer & Friedlander have reduced - must need that cash back in Iceland !!
08/1/2009
12:43
joestraughan: broomsticks - good point - although it might be a way of raising cash and they could keep some ownership of it? Good to see this tranche issued today is the final one! Although former Tokairo owners won't be too happy with the current share price!
06/1/2009
15:30
joestraughan: Happy New Year everyone - let's hope it's a good one, without any tears! (as the great man and his wife said). Have been looking at that balance sheet. All borrowings at 30 June 2008 of approx. £5m appear in current liabilities, so must be short-term loans and overdraft. The money they raised at the beginning of 2008 was used to reduce loans or keep them below a certain level and pay for exceptional finance costs of previous errors! If they are permitted to maintain the current level of borrowings by the bank, then with increasing revenues, they should be in a position to reduce these short-term borrowings without having to go once again to shareholders? As far as I can see, they would need revenue of around £12m to break-even in 2008 and this would barely change the cash position. We know they mentioned potential revenues of £20m for 2008 - if this were the case, they would be well into profit and on the road to paying down short-term debt? But as we know, what they forecast can be very different from reality! But if £20m did materialise, then the current share price would be very attractive in my opinion. Let's hope they give us an indication of what's going on before the usual three months wait after the year-end!
30/12/2008
21:02
joestraughan: Hi spaceparallax - certainly the current share price is chronic - could be a steal though if the balance sheet has strengthened (and that's a big if)- although the current price could still be due to the pac con/singer & friedlander overhang - if that stake gets taken, then the new year could be brighter? (although we need to see how the lexalytics contribution looks in the consolidated results!). Thinking about it - that's three unknowns - no wonder the price is where it is!! Still, have a happy new year everybody!
01/12/2008
09:58
joestraughan: Yes - doing wonders for the share price!!!!
19/11/2008
19:24
dreamsurfer141: True, Joe, but I'm perplexed about two things with the most recent announcement(s): - Why haven't the directors bought more shares? (Especially Mark Thompson) Are they in a closed period? - Why aren't we licensing our patented compression technology? I can't help but feel annoyed about bullish comments from Mark Thompson saying that the current share price "means nothing" and not purchasing more shares. It adds to my worries that there is something "not quite right" at the management level. I don't have anything substantial other than the finance director leaving and dumping his shares, it's just a gut feeling. And also regarding the research notes saying that the company is worth 10p+. I believe the licensing issue has been discussed before? What were the arguments for and against? If it's patented, and it's the best, let's license it to as many ISVs as we can especially ISVs who similar collaboration software solutions. Apologies to sound a bit negative and the two contract announcements and subsequent share price is rise is excellent to see. I just hope it continues so that I don't have to write off another investment is a good company that was a victim of the credit crunch!
14/5/2008
10:54
egoi: Will it ever stop; more dilution today and beyond; herein lies the problem with IFNC's share price of course. They've issued so much equity to all and sundry, endlessly, every time one seller clears off there are others waiting to take their place. It's not being valued on potential but on 'weak' institutions cashing in their chips. This set of four 'new' lots goes back to 'varied' arrangements from 2005. The Company announces that application has been to the London Stock Exchange for 927,362 ordinary shares of 1p each ('Ordinary Shares') in Infonic to be admitted to trading on AIM. It is expected that Admission will become effective and dealings in these Ordinary Shares will commence on 19 May 2008. The shares are being issued as part of an earn-out and deferred consideration under the terms of an acquisition agreement to the vendors of Tokairo Ltd ('Tokairo', since renamed Infonic Document Management Limited), having been varied in terms of the timescales for the issuance of shares and the amount of shares to be issued. The original agreement relating to the acquisition of Tokairo and its terms was signed and announced on 15 December 2005. Under the terms of the variations, the Company will issue a total of 3,474,538 new ordinary shares in four tranches over a period from May 2008 to January 2009, at the share price prevailing at the time of issue. This issue of equity is in respect of the first of these tranches. For the purposes of the Financial Services Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the total number of ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company in issue following admission of this tranche of shares will be 269,714,418, with each share carrying the right to one vote. There are no shares held in treasury and therefore the total number of voting rights in the Company will be 269,714,418.
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