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|New MYRN threads have been set up - see links below:
For all those interested in following this stock perhaps you should migrate across. Thanks.|
|Annual results tomorrow. Judging by the recent share price performance the market is not expecting much. We shall see.|
|Good Start !|
|Hopefully the upward momentum can be maintained.
I thought we would have heard something more about their Twitter rollout to the emerging markets. Perhaps more will be forthcoming with the release of the annual results on 20th March.|
|Looking Good !|
|ZURICH, Switzerland 6th March, 2014 Myriad Group AG (SIX: MYRN), the company creating and connecting communities across mobile and TV, today announces that Myriad Updates (MU), including its Facebook for USSD service, has successfully launched with Meditel Morocco, a major operator in the Orange Group.
Facebook for USSD is now available to subscribers in 20 countries worldwide. Since its launch, over 20 million unique visitors have connected to the service. Facebook for USSD at Meditel has been a tremendous success. Meditel's track record of innovation and its desire to democratise access to Facebook made MU an obvious choice to let all subscribers connect to the social network.
Myriad Updates is a ubiquitous, text‐based social mobile messaging service that provides users with simple, low‐cost access to a range of services over USSD that include social networking and messaging. Accessible on any mobile device, subscribers can easily connect to services like Facebook without needing to purchase a data plan, upgrading to a new mobile phone or even downloading an app on their device.
Stephen Dunford, CEO of Myriad Group, commented: "We are delighted to be able to support Meditel Morocco as the operator brings new ways to connect to mobile Internet services to its subscribers in an affordable way. Myriad Updates enables mobile users to join the world's largest online social networking communities at minimal cost. Its popularity is certainly underlined by the rapid subscriber uptake in Morocco."
Reda Salmane, Product Marketing Manager at Meditel, commented: "Myriad's Facebook for USSD service is the perfect answer to the requirements of the Moroccan market. It meets the needs of our large Facebook users community who are still mostly using feature phones and rarely have internet access on their devices. We are proud of our partnership with Myriad who took our particular needs into account when customising the service ahead of its deployment."
Myriad delivers consumer applications, messaging solutions, and embedded software to leading OEMs, mobile operators, and pay TV providers worldwide.
Our messaging services deliver instant messaging and social networking to tens of millions of users in Latin America, Asia and Africa. Working with some of the world's most successful mobile phone operators, Myriad's market leading chat application, MSNGR, enables consumers to connect to friends and family for free across feature phones as well as smartphones. Our Updates service, provided over USSD, enables users without data plans to connect to the social networks and chat services they want to reach in a simple and affordable way. In many cases, Myriad's services are providing users with their first experience of the Internet.
Our market proven and innovative connected home solutions are found in billions of mobile phones and tens of millions of set-top boxes and Blu-ray players.|
|It is about time Stephen Dunford & Co. gave shareholders something to cheer about. To date senior management appears to have been a bit uninspiring.|
|We are exhibiting at Barcelona next week.|
|Our messaging services deliver email, instant messaging and social networking to tens of millions of users in Latin America, Asia and Africa. Working with some of the world's most successful mobile phone operators, Myriad's market leading services enable consumers to connect to Internet services they want to reach in simple and affordable ways. In many cases, Myriad's services are providing them with their first experience of the Internet.|
|The price tag Facebook has just put on WhatsApp shows the immense value in instant messaging. Hopefully this will give MYRN's share price a boost.|
|Having taken advantage of last year's rights offer I do hope the upward momentum is maintained. Also the recent volume seems to be encouraging.|
|Myriad Doing Well !
2.5p Soon IMO !|
|one to watch ...phenomenal growth play if executed as envisaged by the management.|
|From Myriad's RNS today:
Stephen Dunford, CEO, of Myriad Group AG, commented: "I am extremely excited by the the progress we have made in Q4 2013. There is massive demand in the market for our MSNGR chat service and we are the largest chat service in Latin America. I look forward to continuing the growth we established in 2013 as we move forward in 2014".|
|A lot of positive news out of Myriad Group recently. Perhaps things are starting to change for the better.|
|VIP looking very interesting at present. A tie-up with KPMG should open a few doors to an established client base but their software proven to work (Motif) and being used successfully with Chebanca|
|Yes. CI - thanks for reintroducing the charts; it makes monitoring easier.|
|MYRIAD Looking Good!|
I'm a long term sufferer !
Simon Wilkinson was very aggressive in the SYNC Takeover and I'm not shedding a tear at his departure.|
|Chinese Investor - are you still invested?
I see there has been a complete clear out of all the old management under Simon Wilkinson and rightfully so. However, I do like the credentials of the new management team and their new approach.
As I firmly believe mobile messaging (in all its guises) is the No.1 app and will continue to remain so, I am very tempted to take advantage of the rights offer.
It would be good to resurrect this thread and hear from any old contributors still following the aftermath of SYNC.|
|"Zurich, Switzerland - 25 July 2013 - Myriad Group AG (SIX Swiss Exchange:
MYRN), the company creating and connecting communities across mobile and TV,
today reported revenues of USD 21.5 million for the first half of 2013.
In order to ensure Myriad has sufficient funds to successfully execute its
growth strategy, while maximizing the value of its embedded software assets in
the Device Solutions Division and accelerating further restructuring of the
business, the Group is launching a rights issue for up to 30,566,830 shares at
a subscription price of CHF 1.10 per share.
The company announces that it is calling an EGM on 15th August 2013 to
consider two resolutions:
* The appointment of a Non-Executive Director
* The increase of Ordinary Share Capital"|
|Ancient News !
James Bodha, CFO of Swiss messaging software and services provider Myriad, is taking over for CEO Simon Wilkinson. Wilkinson is leaving the company just months after the acquisition of rival Synchronica, and the takeover is turning out to be far more costly than initially expected.
James Bodha, CFO of Myriad, is taking over for CEO Simon Wilkinson.
In April this year, Swiss IT company Myriad took over UK-based rival Synchronica. The deal was a major pet project of Myriad's CEO Simon Wilkinson, who wanted to turn the company into one of the largest messaging software and services providers in the world. However, the £24 million deal was probably too big for Myriad.
In its half-year results for 2012, Myriad reports revenues of $25 million, down from $35 million for the same period in 2011. The biggest part of this sharp drop can be attributed to falling device licensing revenues, which declined from over $21 million to just under $11 million. As a result, the company's Ebitda margin fell from 20% last year to minus 25% this year, posting negative Ebitda of more than $6 million. For the first 6 months of 2011, Myriad had more than $7 million in profits.
There could hardly be a time that is less suited for digesting an ill-fated acquisition. This obviously prompted CEO Wilkinson to resign with immediate effect on 26 September. Now, all hopes rest on CFO James Bodha to turn things around as he stands in as co-CEO with the company's chief operating officer Gary Bunney and chief marketing officer Mike Grant. The search for a new full-time CEO is under way.|
|Take out price was 4.50 swiss francs.
Current price is 1.50 swiss francs.|
|targa, sorry for the delay mate, forgot totally id even posted on this web page until yet again this Mis sold shares thing came back to me.. will drop you an email pal.. take care ..|