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|let hope this will give it a big boost . been waiting too long|
|quite a contract upgrade!
Artilium secures major contract upgrade and extension from largest customer Telenet
Artilium plc (LSE/AIM: ARTA), the AIM quoted provider of innovative telecommunication software and solutions, is pleased to announce that it has secured an expanded MVNE platform agreement with its largest customer, Telenet Group BVBA ("Telenet"), securing the relationship for the next five years.
-- Expanded MVNE Contract to deliver innovative MVNO services over the next five years
-- New ARTA Bill(R) solution available to Telenet Group
-- Contract extension includes a cash payment to be effected this month of EUR5.3 million
Telenet has decided, given the importance of the partnership and their overall satisfaction with Artilium's solutions, to make a commitment to Artilium for the services it is due to receive over the next five years. As part of the extension Artilium has secured a cash payment to be effected this month of EUR5.3 million for revenue which will be recognised in equal instalments over the next five years.
As part of this contract extension Telenet will also get access to the newly developed ARTA Bill(R) solution. ARTA Bill(R) is Artilium's high-throughput business solution to automate and streamline MVNE/MVNO billing & invoicing processes. It bridges the gap between the real-time telecom production platform and third-party ERP invoicing systems. ARTA Bill(R) is part of Artilium's growing suite of billing & invoicing solutions.
Bart Weijermars, CEO, commented: "This commitment by Telenet Group clearly shows that Artilium delivers high quality innovative solutions to its customers. Based on this positive result with our most significant customer we feel confident that we can further expand our managed services business. We will continue developing new innovative offerings. The cash payment will be used to improve our working capital position and further develop the business."|
|A few million shares traded over the last week or so. It seems to be a would be seller rather than a would be buyer, but the shares are being absorbed well enough so far. I'm hoping that once the big weak holder is out of the way the shares could continue up.|
|I've held these shares since 2013, and was thinking of selling since I am looking to increase my cash, so I went to the AGM yesterday to meet the directors and ask a few questions. I liked the directors, and have decided to hold on.
I was worried by Stinks post 463. I was told that the contract ends in 2017, but they have made good progress in renegotiating it, though nothing has been signed. I pointed out that the management charges were rising as fast as revenues, but was told that both relate to new acquisitions, and they expect the management charges to fall as the new acquisitions are digested. That should help the adjusted EBITDA and help cash flow, but the profits (or losses) are a long way from the EBITDA, mostly as a result of the ballooning amortisation. However, the amortisation is also a result of the acquisitions. Goodwill is written off over 5 years, so as long as the acquisitions have a long term future we should see profits in 5 years.
The most important consideration though is can the businesses increase revenues at decent gross profit margins. I was (and am) interested in Artilium Africa, and the company does seem confident that they can secure some valuable contracts there.
So I will hold for another year, and hope to be more solidly optimistic by the end of that.|
|too risky for me, but I hope for all holders Artilium will be a big succes|
|Those new contracts are merely small MNVO's that are all startups and dont generate any money. Problem is that The big contract used to be with former KPN. If they decide to get of teh Artilium MVNE platform and swtich to another one than all MVNO's hanging under this platform will also have to switch|
|But those contracts are being replaced by others|
|main reason for me to sell is because the most important contract (which will end 2016 if I remember well) they had in Belgium (their main income) has not been extended and can be cancelled any month.
Once this happens they will lose such a substanbtial income that it will be hard to survive.|
|I am still in on this one.|
|Am I the only one still holding here? An awfully long finals RNS. :-( On a fairly cursory scan, it looks as though they are confident they are doing well. The loss has jumped, but the EBITDA is in profit and growing. Trouble is, it is always hard to be sure that EBITDA really reflects underlying growth rather than just being a way to disguise the extent of the losses.
I'm still about 2p down on these, but at least the share price is going in the right direction (touch wood), so I'll shove these back in the drawer.|
|I sold entire holding..have been holding for many years and now my patience is gone. Nothing substantial is happening here|
|Let's hope so|
|Artilium expands into Africa...|
|Comsys provides Ring Back Tones to Tele2
April 2016 – Comsys will provide a Ring Back Tone solution to the Telecom operator Tele2. Subscribers of Tele2 can select music as the ringtone to their callers.
Comsys’ Ring Back Tone solution will be provided to Tele2’s Baltic markets: Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. The solution will be available for millions of customers, supporting dynamic content for each market. The Ring Back Tone solution is part of the pan-European value added services environment delivered by Comsys. The solution runs in a distributed private cloud of Tele2, which provides huge flexibility to expand quickly the Ring Back Tone service to other countries.
In addition to the Ring Back Tone solution, Tele2 is using IVR, Survey, Flow Builder, Intelligent Roaming, IVR Outbound Dialer and the Missed Call Alert solutions from Comsys for all of its European subscribers.
The Ring Back Tone solution is available out of the box, easy to connect and easily integrated over web interfaces to any content party and the existing telecommunications environment of the mobile operator. All Comsys offerings provide REST interfaces for third party integrations.|
|I-New MVNO Award 2016 for the 3rd time in a row
|Found this out by coincidence :
|Found this out by coincidence :
|6p paid slowqely moving up last few days. Maybe half year numbers next week will surprise us|
|Look at the list of clients at the comsys.net website and livecom.com
With the combined products of Artilium, Livecom and Comsys, Artilium must be able to grow fast|
|Municipality of Den Haag...
Chooses Livecom for a test with Whatsapp. Citizens of Den Haag can contact the municipality now through Whatsapp.
Also from teh blog from Livecom :
|Email from CEO today...
Dear Artilium followers,
Just a quick update to update you on some recent activities:
* In the last week we have been to the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona; both Comsys and Artilium were present on the event. We have had interesting meetings with partners, potential customers and obviously have taken a look at all new developments in the world of mobile. We look forward to the follow up from the event and will update you as soon as tangible results will come from this.
* We have redone the website of *bliep. Next to our sim cards we have also started to sell iPhones from which we expect we can increase the sales and customer base. Take a look at www.bliep.nl|
|Thanks. I'll try that.|
|dont know. sorry.
maybe send an email email@example.com|
|Thanks. Any idea how I get on the list? I can't find anything on Artilium.com.|