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AD4 Adept4 Plc

2.05
0.00 (0.00%)
20 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Adept4 Plc LSE:AD4 London Ordinary Share GB00B8GRBX01 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 2.05 1.90 2.20 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/10/2019
17:30
Dislike this post if you think I should grow up?
computercoders
26/10/2019
17:28
Grow up CC.
beeks of arabia
26/10/2019
17:27
Like this post if you think Beeks of Arabia should be renamed Freak of Arabia?
computercoders
26/10/2019
17:21
So like this post if you think Beeks of Arabia actually bought any shared in AD4 for 1.45p?
computercoders
26/10/2019
17:09
This looks like it's going to at least 5 bags very short term before Christmas.
computercoders
26/10/2019
17:07
You should try it sometime
beeks of arabia
26/10/2019
17:05
It's looking like at least a 5 bagger from here and as the 2 big contracts are announced I'd say this will rocket. Maybe 10 to 12p range. It happens really quickly with tech stocks like this. Tech stocks are what I mostly invest in plus a few punty oil stocks but those are just punts. I'll tend to put 1% of portfolio in a tech stock but I'm going for around 75 grand total in AD4...I will top slice on the next rise at 3.8p to 4p range but holding medium term for 20 and will take another slice around 10 to 12p range.
computercoders
26/10/2019
16:50
AD4 will almost certainly finish above 2p next week imo. That's me being super conservative. GLA
computercoders
26/10/2019
16:43
Good to see you embarrasing yourself again.
beeks of arabia
26/10/2019
16:41
Should get you a nice 2 quid profit after deals fees then with your investment. Well done troll.
computercoders
26/10/2019
15:48
Im with ide aswell... Both with ad4 need to start tsrt showing some massive value... Gla
matunde24
26/10/2019
14:15
Good to see you edited your embarrassing posts from last night.Meanwhile the share price has come down much closer to the price that CCO was agreed - nowhere near the 6m that idiots on here touted, and the reason why they have now lost money or averaged down as a consequence.1.45 is a suitable entry point for a speculative purchase. Much now on delivery of the CCO team as the previous business is worth as much as computercoders' missus charges for a reacharound. There's no reason to not expect a rise over the next few weeks as buyers come in and the share settles. I have a sell order at just north of 2p for those that are interested.Maybe others could take some lessons from this - I did the research and worked out the correct entry point - those buying last week and before now need a 100% rise just to break even.Ciao.
beeks of arabia
26/10/2019
13:01
There will be a gnashing of teeth and wailing from anyone who sold at 1.35p on Friday (e.g. Beeks of Arabia) imo.
computercoders
26/10/2019
12:14
Basically this was top of advfn fallers board on Friday. I see it being top of risers board on Monday.
computercoders
26/10/2019
12:14
Basically this was top of advfn fallers board on Friday. I see it being top of risers board on Monday.
computercoders
26/10/2019
12:00
I like that metaphor Moneymunch. The thing when you pull an elastic band it goes up more than you pulled it back. So expect 6p
computercoders
26/10/2019
11:56
The chart looks like someone's pulled an elastic band down as far as it will go, fingers crossed it's going to look like someone's let go of it on Monday. Gla ;-)
moneymunch
26/10/2019
11:47
98k isn't punt money. Contract news must be coming. Just think what our Cloud Coco CEO has achieved in just 12 months with this company. Looking forward to the next 12 months' progress! Very exciting company to be in with this, IDE and MXCP.
computercoders
26/10/2019
11:26
Expecting a pretty big bounce here on Monday. Quite an overdone drop which I predicted. Look back on my posts from this week where I said it looks like it's going below 2p. Now look at the number of buys vs sells on Friday. Loads been loading up and from the recent RNS it looks like the dillution is complete. The current mcap is only 6million which is too low for this company.
computercoders
26/10/2019
10:54
Expecting a bounce here
computercoders
26/10/2019
08:34
The new enterprise the CloudCoCo Group is debt free , AD4 has existing sales revenues over £8m and CloudCoCo won almost £4m in new contracts in their first year of trading up to April 2019 and announced in September that they are one of 32 companies given fast track status of a share of the £400m YPO public sector data center network and are one of 11 out of the 32 given first shake on running co-location data centres for public bodies, and so potentially their share of £400m could be more than most, and highly significant. They also have been given supplier status on the Government's G-Cloud 11 framework which could aslo provide significant business revenues and have confirmed they have news on two NEW VERY LARGE AND EXCITING NEW CLIENT CONTRACTS to be announced. so watch this space. Gl :-)

ps fingers crossed that more deals were secured at Thursday's YPO meet the buyers event. ;-)


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YPO are holding a launch event at its HQ in Wakefield on 24th October 2019 giving buyers an opportunity to engage with all suppliers on the framework in one place on one day.

This will be a key framework for many public sector organisations, especially those in local government and education where YPO is particularly strong, as they look to upgrade their infrastructure and accelerate their cloud ambitions.

Sarah Sesum, Category Manager for ICT at YPO, said:

We're excited to be bringing the latest data technology to the public sector and know the significant benefits this can bring. Organisations in local government and education sectors will often naturally span large estates so it is integral that their data can be stored effectively and can be accessed in a timely manner.

Working closely with our suppliers, we intend to provide tailored data solutions for many years to come.

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Yesterday marked my first ever experience at a public sector event. Thank you to YPO for hosting CloudCoCo, thoroughly enjoyable and look forward to our continued #partnership. A special thanks goes out to Sarah Sesum MCIPS Zoe Morgan-Kriek Robyn Lamport-Rann and my colleagues Anton Murphy Peter Nailer




Sarah Sesum

Public sector buying organisation YPO has launched a new £400m data centre and cloud framework.

The new data centres, maintenance cloud hosting and security framework has been created to ensure data can be stored compliantly and accessed across several locations - either on premise, off premise or via the cloud.

Utilising data centres and cloud technology is expected to support organisation within local government and education sectors, especially those operating across large estates and multiple sites.

The framework, estimated to have a total value of £400m, is now live and will run until 31 July 2023.

Sarah Sesum, category manager for ICT at YPO, said: "We're excited to be bringing the latest data technology to the public sector and know the significant benefits this can bring.

"Organisations in local government and education sectors will often naturally span large estates so it is integral that their data can be stored effectively and can be accessed in a timely manner. Working closely with our supplies, we intend to provide tailored data solutions for many years to come."

Wakefield-based YPO is a public sector organisation, owned by 13 local authorities. Robyn joined YPO six years ago and is now a category buyer for the ICT team.

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Name: Robyn Lamport-Rann

Position: Category Buyer - ICT

How long have you been working for YPO? Six years

What do you like the most about YPO?

YPO is a great organisation who believes and lives by its values, which I love. It’s great to be part of a company who not only cares about the best interests of our customer by offering best value and creating savings, but also about their staff, providing many opportunities for development and progression.

What are your main responsibilities?

I work closely alongside the other members of the IT services team to develop and manage a catalogue of frameworks covering areas such as technology hardware, software and service solutions. One of my main roles is to help customers by offering advice and compliant market routes for them to use, to help make their procurement a smooth and easy process. I also enjoy building relationships with our suppliers to ensure we are in touch with the latest innovations and don't miss out on any new opportunities.

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Zoe Morgan-Kriek, ICT category buyer at YPO added: “YPO is delighted to announce the launch of a brand‐new framework to its 19,000 public sector customers. This is different to any other compliant route to market. We know that there are initiatives currently for public sector organisations to move to the cloud ‐– well we now have a range of suppliers who can support this.

“The pure technology group demonstrated its passion to be one of the spearheads for digital transformation into the public sector and has been instrumental in supporting us in the design process of this new framework. We’re looking forward to developing our partnership even further across the 00944 datacentres, maintenance, cloud hosting and security framework.”

The framework is designed to meet the needs of all public sector organisations, which includes YPO’s internal requirements, and has an estimated total value of £400m.

moneymunch
25/10/2019
22:37
Are you proud of those posts?
beeks of arabia
25/10/2019
21:45
98k bloody hell.. If its a buy.... Has to effect share price on monday without doubt
matunde24
25/10/2019
21:27
That big 7 mill buy is 1.5% if the company being bought in one trade (or a huge worked buy if 98 thousand quid)
computercoders
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