Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intelligent Environments Group LSE:IEN London Ordinary Share GB0004630454 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% 7.125p 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 6.4 0.9 0.5 13.2 12.08

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/1/2011
17:05
harrytrad3 How much did you lose in this?
cockney sparrow
22/7/2010
21:10
It always seemed ridiculous to be going into Mobile Banking this late in the day when there is already a clear leader which has a Global Strategic Partnership with VISA i.e. Monitise (MONI) What were they thinking !
robson1974
16/7/2010
16:57
For information Documetric is a profitable cash generative business . It does have debt but this is covered by Freehold properties which include a data center.This information is included in the cirular sent to all shareholders and is on the i.e web site .
tewmax
13/7/2010
07:42
Yes Kruger. But I dont suppose it will alter things even if you do too!
harrytrad3
06/7/2010
11:50
you can vote against
kruger2004
06/7/2010
09:31
I do know that with t/over of around 16m a year of which the majority is viewed as "recurring". The company does have a sounder base than the 6m t/over reported by IEN. It does seem as this is a way that Documetric achieved publicly quoted status. A true financially symbiotic takeover?
darias
06/7/2010
09:26
Hi It seemed to me that Documetric had the software knowhow to develop the mobile banking. "Documetric's primary activity is as a provider of technology-led outsourcing services including payments, accounts payable and receivables management and business intelligence. Documetric is one of the ten largest BACS Bureaux in the UK, with around a six per cent share of UK wage and salary BACS payments. For the year ended 31 December 2009, Documetric reported revenues of GBP10.2 million and profits before tax of GBP1.8 million." These are interesting times in the Banking sector and I got the impression over the last few months that IEN were starting to stagnate as they couldn't offer a complete solution to the Banking fraternity. It is hoped that with this take over and a new name that they can go once more to the banks with a complete package. The reverse takeover � Combines the Company's expertise in online and mobile banking markets with Documetric's middle & back office to deliver turnkey solutions to clients. But I could be reading to much into the announcement. As the placing is at 7p there does seem scope for a rebound from here. But I do not feel that there will be a big gain until some of the placers have taken their share of the profit. With fees taking up 25% or so of the placing it may be that the share price will have to rise to over 10p in order for the placers to benefit.
darias
06/7/2010
09:16
from the chairman's letter: The Company has today also announced that it has conditionally raised GBP4.5 million before expenses by way of a Placing of 63,874,286 Placing Shares at a price of 7 pence per share. The approximate net proceeds of the Placing are GBP3.5 million which will be used, inter alia, as working capital for the Enlarged Group, to repay part of the existing debt of the Documetric Group, and to provide the resources to allow the Enlarged Group to increase its market share in the BPO and self-service banking market though complementary acquisitions and organic growth. i find a few issues in here: 1. raising 4.5 million. net proceeds 3.5 million. where is 1 million going? fees and tax? 2. part will be used to repay 'part of the existing debt of the documetric group'. so we are no longer debt free. 3. looking at 'complementary acquisitions' - poss future rights issues/further share dilution? plus ien lose ceo and cfo positions and what appears to be a major handover of influence to documetrics. who is taking over who? this 'reverse takeover' may be a good thing, but many questions to be answered. as usual the small shareholder has been kept in the dark and ignored with regard to the share placing.
foreverhoping
05/7/2010
16:24
will it still be IEN?
harrytrad3
05/7/2010
13:33
this can only project IEN on to another level this will certainly open new doors
estonia
05/7/2010
08:30
Yeah very quiet considering. D.
dcarn
05/7/2010
08:25
Acquisition & placing: now we know (perhaps) why the shares have been weak. Nigel Martin
gnnmartin
02/7/2010
17:35
Jam tomorrow.
harrytrad3
01/7/2010
11:43
when you have good foundations the walls never cave in............Ien are built on first class foundations............and will build substantially on them
estonia
30/6/2010
15:00
Reappoint the auditors
harrytrad3
30/6/2010
14:35
in need of a rigts issue?
dnfa1975
30/6/2010
14:27
Make some money!
ztan
30/6/2010
13:36
what were the resolutions?
harrytrad3
25/6/2010
11:04
Is anyone attending Tueday`s AGM (2pm)? I would like to know the update (full Monty) on the company vis a vis contracts: new and existing and developments especially mobile banking adventure. Or will someone confirm that the company will update the Market on Tuesday as well as the attendees at the AGM. ( I feel sure that the big players are in the loop far better than me).
harrytrad3
22/6/2010
15:54
yr right kruger but you know market conditions not this company's ability to produce first class products and clients have had a big impact on the share price..................and I feel we are entering calmer waters now and this Company will eventually be seen as a major player in its market and the shares will rise substantially..........................
estonia
22/6/2010
12:00
haven't you been saying the same thing for 5 years?
kruger2004
22/6/2010
10:35
its time! consolidating well existing blue chip contracts..........and increased revenues with Mobile phone banking .together with a feeling of calm in the market will see this share leap forward.............
estonia
22/6/2010
09:37
Estonia: Why?
harrytrad3
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