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|From today's Rivington Street results:
The Technology division reported a profit of £90,638 (2010: IFRS Restated £
34,022 profit). The core Blue Curve/Jovus software business performed well and
was a substantial profit contributor in its first year within the group. I am
pleased to say that it has continued to sign a number of major new customers
since the start of this year and we are confident about its prospects of
increasing its profit contribution this year. Unfortunately, the other
companies in this division, being recent acquisitions, reported losses, which
has resulted in the division showing only a small profit for the year|
|Still being shown on this page under CORO epic, needs to be changed to CNS|
|Is this stock chart accurate? I am showing CORO at 45p on Sharewatch...|
|Job opportunity at Corero.....I like the bit which states "we have seen a dramatic growth and influx in new business sales"
As one of the leading suppliers to the schools Academy market we have seen a dramatic growth and influx in new business sales and we are currently seeking a Junior Developer.
The successful applicant will become part of a small team and will be involved with testing, documentation, automating tasks and scripting. In addition you will need to be versatile, disciplined and enjoy taking on new challenges
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing company who is a genuine market leader. To be considered you should have any of the following skills: Programming in java script Knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Word, Excel and Outlook. Experience of programming Office using VB. SQL Server or other database platform. Batch files / WSH / Powershel. Writing Documentation. Software Testing
Please send your application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|O, Ye of Little Faith!|
|Trouble is you believed that in 2004, and in 2005, and in 2006, and in 2007, and in 2008 and in ....|
|The future has never been brighter, Damanko! Corero has new management and a new focus - I truly believe this share will come good!
Get on the bus!|
|"Romeo - 1 Mar'07 - 12:00 - 5 of 1817
Thanks for the new thread, Molly. Here's to better days ahead!"
Well Romeo, you said it........... a little over 4 years ago.
I take it in investments like Corero you take the long view? At the time you wrote the above comment, this company had a terrible record - in terms of enhancing shareholder value.
Now it is much, much worse - agree?|
|Good stuff, George!|
|Corero Awarded 'Best Deployment Scenario -- Intrusion Prevention Solution' by Info Security Products Guide June 27
|IN the news....
All this month.|
|Someone keen to get stock........
24/06/2011 16:35 GBX/PLUS-exn New 50,000 45.00 24/06/2011 08:41 GBX/PLUS-exn New 3,802 36.40
24/06/2011 16:30 GBX/PLUS-exn New 50,000 40.00|
|damanko - agreed.
I sold out in Dec '09.
Fell on this today & thought "Hah, missed the recovery" but
a quick check on a 5 yr chart tells me there's been a consolidation
& Corero/Mondas hasn't changed.
|Good for us...
200 of worst performing primary schools to become academies....
|Still have the the shares and time will tell if I made the right decision...|
|Who is Mondas, does he still post here?|
|I can only admire you guys, all the promises, all the changes in management. All the disappointments, all the massive losses - never mind the company - just the share price since Mondas promised so much.....
Are there any realists left here?|
|So we have the product in place and the sales team in place.... Next stop making the sales!|
|Nice little come back. Maybe some good news on the way....|
|George, I second that emotion:
4 May 2011
Key appointments to US-based security division
Corero plc (AIM:CORO, 'Corero'), the international network security business and supplier of accounting and management information software solutions to the education and commercial markets, has appointed Aimee Rhodes as Chief Marketing Officer of its US-based security division (Top Layer).
Corero has also made key international sales hires and signed up new channel partners in the US, Europe and Asia.
Aimee Rhodes is a seasoned marketing executive in the enterprise technology sector. Most recently, she was vice president of marketing at Xceedium, a network access control provider, where she was responsible for all marketing and lead generation activity. Prior to that, Aimee was VP of marketing at firewall management company AlgoSec, and VP of corporate communications at remote access SSL VPN vendor Whale Communications, which was acquired by Microsoft. Aimee will play a key role in Top Layer's drive to expand market share by exploiting new sales channels.
Corero has also established sales teams in Taiwan and France hiring experienced network security sales managers and systems engineers. In addition, the company has appointed three sales managers in the US and a North America Channels Manager to expand the US channel partner base. Since the Top Layer acquisition which closed on 2 March, 2011, 12 new channel partners have been appointed in North America, Europe and Asia.
Jens Montanana, Chairman of Corero, said:
"Aimee has a proven track record and brings hands-on experience as well as strategic marketing skills to Top Layer. The appointment of Aimee and the additional planned investment in marketing will further raise the profile of Top Layer and equip the sales team to increase sales and revenue.
"Our sales team expansion in Europe and Asia and the new talent we have recruited in the US are key elements in our strategy to drive revenue growth by boosting channel sales."
Corero has two divisions: Corero Security Systems, which includes Top Layer, and Corero Business Systems, which serves the education and commercial sectors.|
|This is the quality of people we now have with Corero..
Strong financial performance drives EBITDA up 31%
Datatec Limited ("Datatec" or the "Group", JSE and LSE: DTC), the international Information and Communications Technology (ICT) group, is today publishing its audited results for the financial year ended 28 February 2011.
-- Revenue up 15% to $4,3 billion (2010: $3,7 billion)
-- EBITDA up 31% to $142,2 million (2010: $108,5 million)
-- Underlying* earnings per share up 25% to 37,9 US cents (2010: 30,3 US cents)
-- Capital distribution per share up 8% to 13 US cents (2010: 12 US cents)
*Excluding goodwill and intangibles impairment, amortisation of acquired intangible assets, profit or loss on sale of assets and businesses, fair value movements on acquisition related financial instruments and unrealised foreign exchange movements
-- Strong performance and operational leverage
-- Solid revenue growth in Westcon and Logicalis; up 13% and 25% respectively
-- Margin expansion; overall gross margins 13,9% (2010: 13,3%)
-- EBITDA increases at 2x revenue growth rate
-- Group continues to benefit from international scale and business diversification
Jens Montanana, Chief Executive of Datatec, commented:
"I am delighted to be able to report on strong results for the year, ahead of previous guidance.
"Despite an environment which remained challenging in many markets, our focus on operational performance has meant that we have been able to increase revenues and expand margins resulting in the bottom line growing at twice the rate of revenues.
"This performance is being driven by a combination of strong operational leverage and an improving global economy which is returning to a more predictable and aligned recovery across the majority of the Group's geographies.
"We have a robust business model which should deliver further improved results in the years ahead and we are therefore increasing earnings guidance for the current financial year."
Datatec Limited (www.datatec.co.za)
Jens Montanana, Chief Executive|
|This Company has always had promise. I'm holding my shares and hoping. Corero has always managed to spin a decent story, but never (so far) produced results. I can't see how the share price will move until management PROVES themselves.|
|So we are all still here. Have not sold a single share. No choice or thinking that things could get a whole lot better.|