Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intec Telecom Systems LSE:ITL London Ordinary Share GB0006725062 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% 71.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 167.9 24.7 12.5 5.7 225.99

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/12/2010
12:13
leoyel3654 You cannot. It was a cash deal. You should have received the proceeds by now .... check with your bank or broker.
dk37
14/12/2010
12:10
when will the shareholders be able to sell this stock?
leoyel3654
30/11/2010
20:49
An ignominious end to a once proud company,an arranged marriage to an ungrateful suitor,I loved you Intec,you deserved better!
djderry
28/10/2010
19:19
some downward pressure here, looks like no other offer will emerge, and if the vote goes against price likely to fall. Holders selling to hedge against the latter possibility.
tratante
27/10/2010
11:03
Yet another contract win!!!!!!!!!!! Vivo Relies on Intec for Operational Excellence October 27 2010 Atlanta/London – Intec, one of the world's leading providers of Business Support System (BSS) solutions, announced the completion of the mediation upgrade project for Brazil's largest mobile operator, Vivo. The upgrade to Intec's award-winning Inter-mediatE v6 and standardization on commodity hardware running Linux has generated a 90% savings in hardware upgrade expenses as well as future annual utility savings, while providing the processing headroom to support Vivo's incredible growth. Vivo, the former joint venture of Portugal Telecom and Telefónica Móviles and now owned wholly by Spain's Telefónica, has used Intec's mediation technology since its inception in 2003. Vivo turned to Intec to address its processing capacity crisis, which was driven by its nearly 10-fold processing growth since the company's 2003 launch. By upgrading to the latest version of Intec's mediation technology, Vivo was able to leverage the latest low-cost hardware technology without compromising its processing performance. High-density blade hardware requires less cost to replace, less space, and less power to operate. Additionally, by standardizing all of its regions and operations on Inter-mediatE v6, Vivo was able to reduce the overall application instances requiring maintenance and better utilize its skilled resources. "Implementing blade technology reduced our anticipated costs of upgrading hardware by more than 65%, which was a huge savings," noted Agenor Leão, Director of Business Relations and Solutions for Vivo. "Our data throughput exceeds our minimum requirements by 20% or more, with no concerns about being able to accommodate future volumes." This generous processing headroom is critical in today's modern mobile service environment, and especially in Latin America, which is touted as the world's fastest growing region in terms of mobile data traffic. As demand grows for smart handsets and the applications they enable, mobile content services are quickly becoming an integral part of every mobile operator's offerings. "The significant cost savings and performance increases Vivo will achieve with this latest upgrade further strengthens our long-term relationship with Vivo. By upgrading to Inter-mediate v6, which is the latest mediation technology available in the market, Vivo is well-positioned for unprecedented subscriber and service growth at minimal hardware cost, as well as to maintain its market-leading position," said Ian Watterson, Vice President Americas, Intec. About Intec Intec supplies solutions to over 60 of the world's top 100 telecoms operators, with a vision to become the world's most trusted supplier of BSS (Business Support Systems) solutions. Intec's many customers include: AT&T, Aircel, Asia Pacific Telecommunications, Best Buy, Bharti, Cable & Wireless, Celcom Axiata, China Mobile, China Unicom, Claro, Cox Communications, Deutsche Telekom, Digicel, Eircom, Exatel, France Telecom, Grameenphone, Hutchison 3G, Nextel, O2, Orange, Qualcomm, Reliance, SingTel Optus, T-Mobile, Talk Talk, TerreStar, Telefonica, Telekom Malaysia, Telecom New Zealand, US Cellular, Verizon, VimpelCom, Virgin Mobile, Vivo and Vodafone. Intec works closely with its customers, many of whom have been with Intec since its inception, to provide the highest standards of performance, flexibility and robustness to help operators service their customers effectively and profitably. Founded in 1997, Intec is listed on the London Stock Exchange (ITL.L) and has around 1,600 staff and a presence in 24 countries. For more information, visit the Intec website at www.intecbilling.com --Ends -- Press Contact:
dk37
27/10/2010
07:35
from ft today Software company Intec Telecom was in focus on talk that one of its shareholders was set to vote against the 72p-a-share cash offer from CSG International. Investors are due to vote on the deal on November 3. Intec edged up 0.7 per cent to 72½p.
kooba
21/10/2010
12:41
The only, fading, hope is for someone to make a counter offer, but I suspect we about to see ITL go for 72p.
tratante
19/10/2010
15:46
i will also be voting against!
carver66
19/10/2010
15:43
They've probably not done too shabbily out of it. None of them (afaik) have that long a tie with Intec, so no emotional connection. Gone are the days when this was 7 pounds or heading for 10 pounds (yes pounds not pence, although it was there as well..)
filster
19/10/2010
12:09
One has to ask again why the Directors of ITL have decided to sell the company as recent research has shown its business will increase again. I will vote against their deal to sell Intec to CSG for the ridiculously low price of 72p/share.
colinhy
19/10/2010
11:25
ATLANTA -- Intec, one of the world's leading providers of Business Support System (BSS) solutions, today announced a contract with a leading wireless operator in Mexico for its market-leading InterconnecT to manage the operator's domestic wholesale billing and settlements. Intec now supports the wholesale operations of three of the four leading wireless providers in Mexico. The replacement of the existing legacy system was driven by the carrier's infrastructure and systems modernisation strategy.
easy going
18/10/2010
18:15
thanks dk37. have received the papers today - will vote against.
wheeze
15/10/2010
16:17
Wheeze Yes, its a special resolution and requires a 75% vote.
dk37
14/10/2010
16:02
do we get a vote on this ?
wheeze
08/10/2010
11:40
To see the manipulation of the ITL share price go to the website below to see the short/long activity on ITL (the graph shows Microsoft MFST just replace this with ITL) http://www.dataexplorers.com/products/data ABOVE GRAPH SHOWS ITL SHARES ON LOAN
colinhy
08/10/2010
10:49
If CSG need Intec so badly, it's a shame they let it go for the current price!
tratante
07/10/2010
09:26
Colinhy Excellent find. The argument for other players becoming involved looks increasingly compelling and the case made above for CSG's need to secure Intec suggests that the small current premium to the underlining bid looks worth paying.
dk37
06/10/2010
14:07
symptomatic of British short-termism. Too many recent takeovers or attempts have been for knock down prices e.g. tfc, kwl and now itl.
tratante
05/10/2010
17:22
3 contracts in a week ..... this is getting silly. Having agreed a less than knockout bid the company is really showing its worth. Shareholders must not just be hoping for an increase bid but not unreasonably expecting one. Maybe the management is also trying to do the same despite recommending the opening shot ....... maybe thats the strategy .... put the company on the block, show its true credentials and wait for the interest to show itself. Here's hoping they succeed.
dk37
05/10/2010
13:53
10/05/2010 INTEC TELECOM SYSTEMS : Intec Expands Presence in Colombian Market with New Contract Intec, one of the world's leading providers of Business Support System (BSS) solutions,today announced a multimillion dollar contract with a leading Colombian operator http://www.businesswire.com/portal/site/newsnow/index.jsp?ndmViewId=news_view&ndmConfigId=1004993&newsId=20101005005693&newsLang=en
colinhy
04/10/2010
07:32
Intec is a bargain buy if CSG Systems succeed with their £0.72/share offer for Intec as new report below shows their business sector is to make a turnaround. New report Next Generation Network OSS/BSS Market and Forecast 2010-2015 points to growth in the industry. "With research beginning in 2007, the report Next Generation Network OSS/BSS Market and Forecast 2010-2015 provides a comprehensive analysis of drivers and issues related to technical and business aspects of OSS/BSS deployments and developments while forecasting their growth over the next five years. With the global economy at large beginning to show concrete signs of a turnaround from the recent slowdown, the erstwhile sunrise sector – telecom is at the forefront on capitalizing these good tidings. Consequently, operators are more willing to spend on refurbishing, augmenting and establishing OSS and BSS setups. Additional impetus for the operator bullishness is derived from the promise heralded by wireless broadband, which is universally looked upon as the single most promising factor. This optimism is reflected in the revised market sizes for OSS and BSS solutions. While the optimism is spread pretty much across the OSS/BSS board; systems that are instrumental in fresh rollouts as well as those that deal with revenue leakage will stand to benefit the most, as is evidenced in the respective revenue growth rates. With the global economy at large beginning to show concrete signs of a turnaround from the recent slowdown, the erstwhile sunrise sector – telecom is at the forefront on capitalizing these good tidings. Consequently, operators are more willing to spend on refurbishing, augmenting and establishing OSS and BSS setups. Additional impetus for the operator bullishness is derived from the promise heralded by wireless broadband, which is universally looked upon as the single most promising factor. This optimism is reflected in the revised market sizes for OSS and BSS solutions. While the optimism is spread pretty much across the OSS/BSS board; systems that are instrumental in fresh rollouts as well as those that deal with revenue leakage will stand to benefit the most, as is evidenced in the respective revenue growth rates. With the global economy at large beginning to show concrete signs of a turnaround from the recent slowdown, the erstwhile sunrise sector – telecom is at the forefront on capitalizing these good tidings. Consequently, operators are more willing to spend on refurbishing, augmenting and establishing OSS and BSS setups. Additional impetus for the operator bullishness is derived from the promise heralded by wireless broadband, which is universally looked upon as the single most promising factor. This optimism is reflected in the revised market sizes for OSS and BSS solutions. While the optimism is spread pretty much across the OSS/BSS board; systems that are instrumental in fresh rollouts as well as those that deal with revenue leakage will stand to benefit the most, as is evidenced in the respective revenue growth rates." http://www.toadhillreviews.com/reportsandreports-%E2%80%93-next-generation-network-ossbss-market-and-forecast-2010-2015/
colinhy
30/9/2010
10:51
September 29 2010 London/Kuala Lumpur - Intec, one of the world's leading providers of Business Support System (BSS) solutions, has announced today that Telekom Malaysia, Malaysia's Next Generation communications service provider, has implemented Intec's market-leading Wholesale Business Management Solution (WBMS) and Total Service Mediation (TSM). The implementation of Intec's integrated end-to-end solution has replaced the operator's legacy system, thereby streamlining operational processes across the business, increasing management visibility and control and significantly improving time-to-market for new services. The deployment of Intec's mediation solution was undertaken to support Telekom Malaysia's high speed broadband service implementation. In March, Telekom Malaysia launched the new high speed broadband service under the UniFi brand, offering subscribers the triple play experience of video, high speed Internet and voice services. Quote Graeme Paynter, Intec VP for Asia Pacific. "Intec's convergent solutions are proven in many of the world's largest CSP's supporting complex partner relationships and processing hundreds of millions of events every day, and we look forward to making a significant contribution to Telekom Malaysia's growth and success." http://www.intecbilling.com/29sep2010.aspx
colinhy
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