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@uk Plc LSE:ATUK London Ordinary Share GB00B09Y8Y28 ORD 1P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 52.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
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Software & Computer Services 2.2 -0.8 0.9 57.8 55.74

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24/8/2016
09:20
@UK Daily Update: @uk Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ATUK. The last closing price for @UK was 52p.
@uk Plc has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
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There are currently 107,191,099 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of @uk Plc is £55,739,371.48.
30/9/2013
12:28
nick2008: Apologies Guys for not posting at all in the last few days. I was in utter state of shock and grief with family bereavement. Was just not prepared for this untimely event....... I was not even thinking of accessing internet, but Mrs Nick encouraged me to at least check my emails. One of regular posters here had emailed me regarding the 1-14 share offer. You know who you are......Thanks for your email. I haven't read all the posts here though had a quick glance of 33p share offer RNS. re: placings, I'm 'pleasantly surprised'. Surprised as placings are here and few of them said earlier that with higher share price RD may opt for placings which is not a bad thing, but then earlier this month RD confirmed no need for funding to continue their progress....which I believe is still true as this placings is not a 'need' but something positive happening - this is what I notice based on the how the placings has taken place, so 'pleasantly' I say. I notice that share price went up significantly last monday...close to 70p and placings news was out last wednesday with 33p being average of last 20 working days. RD could have easily pulled off the RNS and waited for few days to place at higher price thereby less dilution or more cash in hand with same dilution. but RD didn't wait,why? RD went for the 1st round of fund raising of 3.3m with date of 30th sept - why? Why couldn't RD wait till say 1st or 2nd of Oct? RD stuck to this 30th sept date as its the last day of month when the credit reference agencies (e.g. Dun & Bradstreet, Experian, Equifax and Call Credit in the UK, don't know the ones in Oz) collect credit data. what I'm saying is that RD is preparing his company for the 'credit assessment' which happens prior to a contract award. The client, who awards a contract to a supplier, undertakes a credit assessment of the supplier through these credit reference agencies. Amongst other criteria one of the aspect which this client notes is 'contract value' quoted in the report by these reference agencies. If the client awards a contract to this supplier above this 'value' then that project / contract is deemed as risky. This value is approx 25%-40% of the company turnover, however with cash in hand this value goes up significantly say 50% of cash in hand + 25% of turnover. Also, these credit reference agencies base their report on published data - i.e. even if ATUK has received say 1m revenue last month, since it is not published, it will not be considered in their report. However placings news is published and will be considered. Credit reference agencies collect the data once a month , and only significant news over the course of the month. RD wanted to ensure the funding of 3.3m was considered in the end of this month's collection cycle. I take this as very positive indeed and may get the contract win news next month whose value will be higher than the 25% of current company turnover, much above 750k (how big a contract, don't know, but with placing of 3.3m now ATUK could be awarded a single contract of max value around 1.7m+750k=2.5m) Best part is that with the new pricing model where ATUK gets paid on a monthly basis, more cash in hand from a new contract win means the 'contract value' figure quoted in these reports will keep going up, thereby opening the doors for subsequent contracts. Don't forget the 500k from Tungsten to be received next month. I'll take my full offer of shares at 33p, just haven't seen the offer yet on my HSBC account. DYOR Nick
18/9/2013
11:49
nick2008: ATUK comparison with MONI is definitely worth noting specially at the time of VISA Alliance. Nick2008 - 12 Sep 2013 - 15:12:49 - 6374 of 6494I agree the comparison with MONIAt the point of Visa alliance (June 2009), MONI was at 6.75p with 340m shares with market cap of around £23m and turnover of just £2.7m. The loss was £12m with £15m cash in hand from fund raising. Today Monitise has a market cap of £853m with 1.61billion shares at price of 53p, still loss making.1. Very important to note that if MONI had delivered without dilution the share price today would have be around 250p. In case of ATUK, the directors are lending money to the company but are not ready to dilute - tells us that they are committed to deliver the ATUK vision without significant dilution and are truly interested in delivering shareholder value. 2. Another point to be noted is that at the time of the Visa deal with Moni BoD had about 6.5% stake, but still paid themselves high salaries of £949k on a turnover of £2.7mBy contrast, ATUK has only 3 persons as BoD, still has 34% stake (David Holloway our non-exec sold his last venture for staggering $270m which he set it up as co-founder and CEO) - ATUK has a small but focused board that is motivated in delivering value for shareholders. The BoD pay was just £156k on a forecast turnover of £3m.High Margins ecommerce business means ATUK will be delivering higher profits with slight increase in revenue and BoD are interested in delivering value (higher stock price) to the shareholders - BoD completely aligned with us shareholdersDYOR Nick.
12/9/2013
15:12
nick2008: If this re-rates anywhere close to current market of MONI, then even small bite here will give significant return to an investor..... Nick2008 - 09 Sep 2013 - 05:35:42 - 6072 of 6366 Good morning, Early start for me..... I agree the comparison with MONI At the point of Visa alliance (June 2009), MONI was at 6.75p with 340m shares with market cap of around £23m and turnover of just £2.7m. The loss was £12m with £15m cash in hand from fund raising. Today Monitise has a market cap of £853m with 1.61billion shares at price of 53p, still loss making. 1. Very important to note that if MONI had delivered without dilution the share price today would have be around 250p. In case of ATUK, the directors are lending money to the company but are not ready to dilute - tells us that they are committed to deliver the ATUK vision without significant dilution and are truly interested in delivering shareholder value. 2. Another point to be noted is that at the time of the Visa deal with Moni BoD had about 6.5% stake, but still paid themselves high salaries of £949k on a turnover of £2.7m By contrast, ATUK has only 3 persons as BoD, still has 34% stake (David Holloway our non-exec sold his last venture for staggering $270m which he set it up as co-founder and CEO) - ATUK has a small but focused board that is motivated in delivering value for shareholders. The BoD pay was just £156k on a forecast turnover of £3m. High Margins ecommerce business means ATUK will be delivering higher profits with slight increase in revenue and BoD are interested in delivering value (higher stock price) to the shareholders - BoD completely aligned with us shareholders. DYOR Nick
09/9/2013
06:59
tara7: I agree the comparison with MONI At the point of Visa alliance (June 2009), MONI was at 6.75p with 340m shares with market cap of around £23m and turnover of just £2.7m. The loss was £12m with £15m cash in hand from fund raising. Today Monitise has a market cap of £853m with 1.61billion shares at price of 53p, still loss making. 1. Very important to note that if MONI had delivered without dilution the share price today would have be around 250p. In case of ATUK, the directors are lending money to the company but are not ready to dilute - tells us that they are committed to deliver the ATUK vision without significant dilution and are truly interested in delivering shareholder value. 2. Another point to be noted is that at the time of the Visa deal with Moni BoD had about 6.5% stake, but still paid themselves high salaries of £949k on a turnover of £2.7m By contrast, ATUK has only 3 persons as BoD, still has 34% stake (David Holloway our non-exec sold his last venture for staggering $270m which he set it up as co-founder and CEO) - ATUK has a small but focused board that is motivated in delivering value for shareholders. The BoD pay was just £156k on a forecast turnover of £3m. High Margins ecommerce business means ATUK will be delivering higher profits with slight increase in revenue and BoD are interested in delivering value (higher stock price) to the shareholders - BoD completely aligned with us shareholders. DYOR Nick
03/9/2013
15:12
tara7: "Tuesday, Sep 03 2013 by Paul Scott Any micro cap share that goes up 5-fold in a very short space of time, is usually an over-hyped pile of junk, in my experience. So I always approach such moves in very small companies with deep scepticism, and hence thought I'd take a look at results from @UK (LON:ATUK) this morning, to see if there is any substance for the recent rise from 6p to 34p in its share price, giving them a market cap of £25m currently. Based on the results announced today, for the six months to 30 Jun 2013, I see no reason to change my view. Turnover rose 26%, but only to £1.4m, and it's still loss-making, at £0.3m for the six months, only slightly improved from the prior year H1 loss of £0.4m. Directors supported it with loans, as the Balance Sheet is weak, at negative £0.4m net tangible assets, therefore an equity fund-raising looks very likely, indeed they would be crazy not to raise fresh equity, having seen the share price explode to the upside. But that could then reduce & cap the share price, as fresh backers are unlikely to want to pay such a high premium to put new money in. So the whole thing really hinges on expectations for their future performance. They do say that they generated £250k in cashflow in the 36 days after the year-end, but it's not clear whether that is due to one-offs? All in all, I have no way of knowing whether their business model is poised for huge success, as they seem to be saying in the narrative, or not. But personally I value businesses on the historic figures, and a cautious assessment of the future, and on that basis I would struggle to pay more than a few pence for this share. So it's not for me, I've been burned far too many times in the past on blue sky stuff, only a very small percentage of which actually deliver on the hype. Good luck to holders though." This is the very reason why one can buy ATUK for £30M today, [not £300M.] Just what has Mr Scott done to value the company.?? Accounts : 60% Fear: based on his past disasters: "I've been burned far too many times in the past on blue sky stuff" I on the other hand do not invest in FEAR. It has paid off time and time again. He has not looked out, he has looked in the rear view mirror.
27/8/2013
07:13
tara7: "We can see the proposition, but we can't build a clear income line model (Revenue)." worry worry, worry. I will build the income model for you.!!!!! ATUK team up with Visa. Visa want to use ATUK"S software worldwide. Visa pay ATUK a tiny % of each transaction. Visa turnover Trillions. ATUK will then be turning over billions. ATUK has very low fixed costs. ATUK have very high margins. ATUK will be put on a very high rating by the city. ATUK will produce massive profits. Share price today will look like it has not moved from zero on a 5 year chart.
21/8/2013
11:25
nick2008: JUST TO CLARIFY THE PARTNERSHIP NEWS WITH VISA - just received pm on this. VISA PARTNERSHIP is indeed a 'new' news and not the old one which was RNSed last year. The RNS which said 'Association / Collaboration with Visa' was released last year (April 2012). This was not formal Partnership. The formal Visa-ATUK partnership was formed earlier this year (2013) and was included in the Annual Accounts report. It is also included in the revised Broker Note, although there was no RNS issued for this. The speculation is that in Feb/Mar this year, one of institution was selling, so perhaps RD (CEO) didn't want to up the share price. Another speculation is that RD has a personal injury early this year which delayed the Results and perhaps impacted RNS issuance. Whatever the reason, not issuing a RNS for this formal Visa partnership is something that I have raised as a concern with the RD (CEO). On-going forward, we are expecting more news on Visa front. Also, companies like Visa doesn't like small companies like ATUK to first capitalise the partnership news on share market and then put in efforts to strength their partnership. In ATUK it's exactly the other way around. RD is playing ball with them by winning the spend analysis contract, yet not issued an RNS saying that they have a formal partnership with Visa (upgrade from association declared last year April to partnership this year) I know a company which had a tie-up with another large corporate and announced the news to market, their share price went up, but they didn't play ball with this big boy and lost their partnership within 6 months. That's the Visa officially launching ATUK - putting ATUK name everywhere with Visa. The quote from revised Broker Note - http://www.westhousesecuritiesresearch.com/Research/iid/60018642834 .....it is changing its trading name to CloudBuy at the suggestion of Visa, to maximise the impact of the three-year exclusive partnership (upgrading the relationship from an association)
21/8/2013
10:58
nick2008: 78steve, Re: 3922 Visa partnership - a) Buyer will give revenue of GBP£5.4m-£9m as given in the post 3919, b) supplier will give more and c) spend/green analysis in the UK revenue more. ATUK team are already working with Visa and we already got the first Visa client (RNS april this year) where ATUK is performing spend analysis which is so vital - see my post from the header 'what does ATUK do'. Without spend analysis, the buyer org won't give any contract for emarketplace. So, the Visa launch is more of formal communication from Visa to wider world but before they do that, Visa will ensure that ATUK plays ball and behaves in the way they want them to.....Big boys do that in corporate world. The last thing Visa wants to do is to put ATUK name on their website and see ATUK either not delivering or not even behaving in the corporate mannerism in the meetings with their end client. Visa can't and won't lose their business from their client because of a small company like ATUK - at the same time if ATUK behave and deliver the way they want to, then sky is the limit for ATUK. Also, companies like Visa doesn't like small companies like ATUK to first capitalise the partnership news on share market and then put in efforts to strength their partnership. In ATUK it's exactly the other way around. RD is playing ball with them by winning the spend analysis contract, yet not issued an RNS saying that they have a partnership with Visa (upgrade from association declared last year April to partnership this year) I know a company which had a tie-up with another large corporate and announced the news to market, their share price went up, but they didn't play ball with this big boy and lost their partnership within 6 months. That's the Visa officially launching ATUK - putting ATUK name everywhere with Visa. The interims as we already know will show small loss but the beginning of 2nd half they have received cash and are net cash. ATUK have given scenarios for profits - where worst case is loss and better of £570k and best being of £1.77m profits. Since this broker note was issued early July, I'm confident that RD already knows now that they will meet the better case scenario (trading update being so upbeat and the confidence in the interview but didn't want that to set as market expectation becos when they deliver, they can say 'exceeded' the market expectations). I think they can easily exceed the best case scenario with revenue from spend and green analysis hitting the accounts in the 2nd half. With just 1m profit, and forward PE of say 40/50 (still low I think for a company where the CEO has stated that revenues will be 50m in 3 yrs), the share price will be 47p--59p. However if yanks are buying then this is completely different ball game where the market cap comes into picture - as said earlier, both CEO(RD) and broker and even some of b2b research sites are saying b2b e-commerce is the next big thing and companies like ATUKs are valued around 100m. that's 120p. DYOR Nick
20/8/2013
20:22
tara7: That was prior to the film clip and trading statement TWO WEEKS AGO. It was also my view and at the time [I was 100% right.] ATUK share price was 6p last month was it not.?
19/8/2013
10:41
nick2008: kaiiRevenue in the US will be huge and perhaps ultimate dream of RD. However since the current turnover is low, any revenue generated from Oz and other Asia Pacific Countries will have a huge impact on profits and share price. With high margin products most of these revenues will hit the bottom line. See my post below - --------------------------------------------Nick2008 - 17 Aug 2013 - 13:16 - 3397 of 3464Good afternoon, The size of price for ATUK - revenue generation based on the new pricing model on just the current spend analysed......In Oz, in less than a year of launch, ATUK has analysed AUS Dollar$6 billion spend i.e. about GBP£3.6 billion.ATUK will generate revenue between GBP£5.4m-£9m every year just based on the current spend analysed and current card interchange rate in Oz.With higher level of spend, the corporate buyer get higher rebate(cash back), so more revenue for ATUK.With more spend analysed and higher card interchange rate (Visa will increase to compensate the loss in EU), ATUK will get more revenue yearly.Oz is just the testing ground, before rolling out to ither countries - Just imagine the total revenue with revenue from many countriesIf we consider the entire spend analysed till date (£450b), then ATUK revenue will be staggering £675m-£1.125bn yearly. Of course, in reality it will be less than this.....however what this actually says that the RD's claim of £50m yearly revenue over the period of next 3-5yrs may be achieved...perhaps sooner.See my 2758 for more detailsRevenue based on the new pricing model http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=27894703&from=2758--------------------------------------------The April RNS states AUS$2.4m Oz which is about GBP £1.4m revenue from Oz. however looks like things have changed since then and recently RD made that statement of £50m. RD is more confident and the revised broker note says £1.77m profits. With even a low PE of just 15-25 the share price should be 31-52p. So I think that GBP£5.4m-£9m every year from Oz seems possible. High margin means higher profits. With roll out to other Asian countries (revenue might not be as high as Oz) the critical mass of buyer / suppliers will increase creating the snowball effect. DYOR Nick.

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