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AD4 Adept4 Plc

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05 Dec 2023 - 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 0.0% 2.05 1.90 2.20 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

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Good effort this the calm before the storm, certainly not a leaky bucket if it is.
High praise from a Major player. Gla :')


Financial Highlights

FY 2018 Revenue: $1.80B
FY 2018 Billings: $2.15B

Q3 2019 Revenue: $548M
Q3 2019 Billings: $627M
$2.1B cash and investments with no debt

425,000+ customers

Mark Halpin Managing Director of CloudCoCo Plc 6m · Edited


Proud to be a partner Fortinet cares about and even more passionate about the quite simply brilliant skills we have in house. Just to mention a few CloudCoCo heroes helping clients improve their #cybersecurity in Stephen Del Sette Robbie Millington Mark Wainwright Andy Stockdale and Ben Jones. Thanks to Greg Gyves and Chris Briers for treating us like human beings. #thefuturestartsnow #fortinet

Greg Gyves Regional Sales Manager, MSSP - UKI at Fortinet 58m

Mark Halpin, Managing Director at CloudCoCo Group plc (Formerly Adept4) on his typically straightforward justification for why he works with the Fortinet MSSP team! The future starts now! Stay tuned for secure cloud and network services from our partnership! To find out for yourself how we can align to and help accelerate your MSP growth strategy come and register for our executive seminar on the morning of 26th November in London #msp #mssp #publiccloud #servicefactory #winning Chris Briers Michael Brooks Paul Haines Kirk Haddon Andrew Wilson Adam Hurst MSc Adam Fossett Robert Speight Anton Murphy David Park

Slightly boring this neck of the woods.. some action needed
Data Centres, Maintenance Cloud Hosting and Security - 944

YPO Data Centre
This framework covers datacentre build, management, maintenance, security and hosting of data and all the solutions around these areas. The aim is to ensure your data is stored and available with the ability to store, secure and maintain the environments that it is housed in whether that be in premise, off premise or in the cloud. The 12 lots span across these services offering both the wider public sector and education the capability of achieving uptime for their data applications.


YPO supplies products and services to more than 30,000 customers including schools, local authorities, charities, emergency services, public sector and other businesses such as nurseries and care homes. We're 100% publicly owned, by 13 local authorities, which means the profits we make are returned to our public sector customers, delivering even better value for money.

We work with suppliers across the UK to offer the latest products and services to public sector organisations at the most competitive prices. Our vision is that every public sector organisation achieves the best possible value for money when procuring its goods and services. Our supply base is vital in helping us to achieve this, and so we are keen to develop close working relationships with suppliers of all sizes who can share and support our responsible approach.

Meet the Buyer

YPO has partnered with the Yorkshire Ambulance Service and the Yorkshire and Humber Police Forces to host monthly procurement meetings with suppliers to the public sector. We have been inviting suppliers from across the UK to meet with YPO category managers and buyers to discuss contract opportunities and share ideas for innovative procurement. Since its launch, YPO has met with over 100 different organisations that supply products and services in energy, ICT, food, HR, fleet, marketing, arts and crafts, facilities management, furniture and more.

As a supplier, you can book 30-minute appointments with the relevant teams to discuss tender opportunities in our core and target markets. Most importantly, it’s a chance for you to get to know us and us to know you.

Appointments are available between 10am - 3pm and can be via Skype or telephone.

Meet the buyer book now meet the buyer quote

Meet the Buyer 2019 dates:

Wednesday 18 September

Wednesday 16 October

Wednesday 20 November

Wednesday 18 Decemeber

‏ @cloudcoco1
8h8 hours ago

What's your favourite quote? I love number 37 as we dont believe anything is impossible when talented people, with a collaborative mindset work with the amazing technology we provide.

#thefuturestartsnow with #talentedkindhumanb…

Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless. —Jamie Paolinetti

Beeks of Arabia pwned on the CTEA thread lolol!
Beeks of Arabia pwned on the CTEA thread lolol!
Beeks of Arabia pwned on the CTEA thread lolol!
Exactly that bullrun, you're always going to get impatient punters chasing their tails in the hope of instant gratification elsewhere, and with news expected here imminently, those selling their shares cheaply will wish they hadn't soon enough. Confirmation of of CLCO'S formal listing and disclosure of material news should see this re-rate significantly from this rockbottom bargain low share price and every chance that the recent additions to Cloudcoco's dynamic sales team have already secured new business from their existing contacts and relationships within the sector....CloudCoCo are going places, Gl :-)
Theres been few good RNSs out for other companies over the last week, folk tend shift there money around chasing the rises.This could be our turn very quickly with the right news I suppose.
Wouldn't hold my breath tbh... When it happens... It will happen...
10:58'll be Christmas before you know it...Tick Tock:-)
Yeah let's wait for the future... Cant wait for the timeline
The future starts now and looks very bright for the CloudCoCo Group....Gla ;-)

Enterprise IT Companies Ride Spending Wave

Businesses are budgeting more for cloud computing, AI and other services, boosting tech firms that provide them

Nov. 11, 2019 6:31 pm ET

Enterprise information-technology firms are taking a bigger share of indexes of valuable companies, as businesses increase spending on cloud computing, data analytics and artificial intelligence.

The trend is also helping business-tech stalwarts including Microsoft Corp. , International Business Machines Corp. and Inc. maintain strong positions in such rankings, as former highfliers in other industries fall out of them, analysts say.

Many big tech companies “made smart where-to-play choices” by getting into the fast-growing enterprise IT market early, said Scott Anthony, a senior partner at Innosight, the strategy and innovation practice of Huron Consulting Group Inc. “Roughly two-thirds of growth comes from market momentum, that is, being in segments where the wind is at your back,” Mr. Anthony said.

A record 184 technology companies made it into this year’s Global 2000, an annual ranking by Forbes magazine of the world’s largest public companies, based on sales, profits, assets and market value. That is up from 130 tech firms on last year’s list.

Likewise, the pace of change in the makeup of the S&P 500 has accelerated in recent years, as more companies with strong enterprise IT services or products replace incumbents outside of the tech sector, including retailers, manufacturers and energy firms, according to data compiled by Innosight.

The IT sector currently accounts for roughly 20% of companies listed on the S&P 500, up from 15% in 2006, according to data compiled by Siblis Research Ltd. Over that period, energy-sector companies have dropped by half to roughly 6%.

Innosight estimates that the average tenure of companies on the S&P 500 will shrink to 12 years by 2027, from 24 years for companies that were on the list in 2016 and 33 years in 1964. Much of that shake-up is being driven by the rapid growth in global IT spending in recent years, it said.

Companies world-wide are expected to spend a total of $3.8 trillion on enterprise IT this year, up 3.2% from 2018, led by cloud-based software subscriptions, according to research and advisory firm Gartner Inc.

In a recent survey by KPMG LLP of about 600 chief information officers, more than half said their companies have spent at least $10 million this year on business automation projects, including robotics, artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and analytics. Roughly one third said they had earmarked at least $50 million for future projects, the survey found.

Enterprise-technology companies are capturing this spending and recording revenue growth, said David Lantsman, a research manager at International Data Corp. who analyzes market trends for IT budgeting decisions and business development strategies.

Over the next five years, the enterprise IT market is expected to grow at roughly twice the rate of annual world-wide gross-domestic-product growth, up from less than 1½ times the rate in the early 2000s, according to IDC.

Mr. Lantsman said large tech firms have the “infrastructure and technical chops to provide, support and guarantee high availability of these digital tools world-wide.” Tech companies focused directly on the enterprise market are seeing some of the biggest revenue gains, he said.

Microsoft reported full-year revenue of $110 billion for the fiscal year ended June 30, up roughly 14% from the previous year, led by an 89% increase in revenue from Azure, its enterprise cloud-computing service. Salesforce, another enterprise IT leader, reported $10 billion in annual revenue last year, up 25% from 2017.

Craig LeClair, a vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research Inc., said replacing older processes with emerging digital capabilities has become a priority for businesses within the past five years.

Perfectly Poised....Gl ;-)
He is allowed to create a thread as is anyone.

I will be creating a proper one once the Name has changed and we have the relevant info and web site to place in the header.
No point until then.

Lol....looks like Beeks of Arabia is jumping the gun....Gla :-)
Developments at Íde, which also had its problems, are now firmly in the hands of MXCP and their partners. Adept's acquisition of Cloudcoco was under pressure from and brokered by MXCP as a means of turning that company around, with authority passing to new management. MXCP see the debt to them, payable at end of term, and the offer of working capital, as providing financial stability and improving the opportunity for return on their original investment.
I believe they are in debt for £3.5 million to MXCP, I would expect the debt to rise as they try and sort out the merged companies. Ad4 didn't make a profit in 5 years so who knows the state of the contracts they entered.
So what's the latest view on this merger?. Still carring a lot of debth?.
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