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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Globaldata Plc LSE:DATA London Ordinary Share GB00B87ZTG26 ORD 1/14P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,690.00 1,650.00 1,730.00 1,690.00 1,690.00 1,690.00 4,749 07:34:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 178.2 10.2 6.0 282.1 1,728

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21/7/2005
08:23
What was the exact price high ?
bitterlemontart
20/7/2005
14:08
Looks like we are nearing that breakout :-)
madaboutshares
15/7/2005
00:05
An exciting few weeks ahead as we await the results, are we going to get an MM shake or in contrast a breakout as we are only a few pence short of that March high? Expecting positive results IMHO based on the positive pre-AGM statement in May noting 'transaction volumes up significantly on the previous 12 months. The resultant revenues are up more than 30% in the first four months of 2005 when compared with the same period of 2004, and net cash is now approaching #4 million.' (Cash was #3.21 million at end of 2004.) Looks good to me, however I am a holder, so please DYOR.
madaboutshares
14/7/2005
17:02
MAS - thanks for that info.
samg99
14/7/2005
12:29
Results out on Tuesday 2nd August - RNS just been released.
madaboutshares
14/7/2005
09:42
New agreement - no RNS but interesting nonetheless. Get in early before todays rise....... ---------------------------------------- OrderlyQ forms at DataCash * Submitter: 2thefore [View SourceWire PR Company Listings] * Release Date: 13-07-2005 * 106 views on SourceWire * Use Tech Response Source to send requests to all PR contacts. OrderlyQ, a company that helps businesses cope easily and efficiently with busy periods by phone, or over the Internet, has teamed up with DataCash to offer flexible and comprehensive payments services to clients. The agreement means that OrderlyQ can offer DataCash as a secure, tried and trusted payment solution which has itself the flexibility to cope with the demands of conducting business in real time, with low unit cost, rapid implementation and easy integration. OrderlyQ enables businesses to control the rate at which customers are served during very busy periods, spikes of interest and downtime. Services include the ability to queue access to websites experiencing heavy load and improved queuing for telephone callers, who can hang up, then call back later without losing their place in the queue. The company's services also work in combination to provide streamlined and stress-free protection to any business needing to manage incoming web hits and calls. As well as reducing costs and eliminating risk and hassle, customer satisfaction is increased as customers interact with fully responsive servers online, and no longer have to wait on hold on the phone. OrderlyQ has a wide variety of applications, such as the management and re-sale of pre-booked but empty seats. "Beyond the obvious benefits to call centres and very busy web sites, we can also help sports events ensure that they are filled to capacity. Fans of popular teams often say that their single biggest reason for not attending games is the unavailability of tickets", explains founder of OrderlyQ, Matt King. "Nevertheless, even matches that sell out may have as many as 20% empty seats. The reason for this is that Season Ticket holders do not attend every match, resulting in the empty seats." OrderlyQ provides a system for Season Ticket holders to say they will not be attending a particular match. The seat is then offered fairly to fans who want tickets, but are otherwise unable to get one. Once the seat is resold, the Season Ticket holder is rewarded with a financial incentive, such as a discount against team merchandise in the online store. DataCash will enable OrderlyQ to integrate comprehensive electronic payment and fraud services into its applications through the DataCash XML API. DataCash will manage the end-user relationship, providing 1st and 2nd line support and a dedicated account manager. Commenting, DataCash Business Development Director Gavin Breeze, said: "OrderlyQ is an innovative business focused on helping customers to manage the often expensive task of dealing with unusually busy periods. People will do more business with companies if they find that experience a simple and rewarding one – we are all frustrated by telephone queues or wasting time hitting 'Refresh' trying to get through to a busy server." Matt King of OrderlyQ said: "The flexibility and convenience of DataCash's gateway suits us perfectly. Our business is all about making the customer's life as easy as possible and the DataCash service opens up a whole new dimension to our e-commerce offering." Ends
britishbear
29/6/2005
14:16
4% up - potential to break new 6 highs - all looking good. All current shares are free riders but tempted to pick up a few more although NLR still looks more attractive for a 20%-50% rise.
britishbear
23/6/2005
09:56
some very interesting news on Datacash making moves in the high street Since launching an integrated EPOS and payments services solution with DataCash in January 2005, Andromeda has announced that a further 30 customers have signed up to the service with more in the pipeline. Customers now include The Bombay Bicycle Club, Famous Moe's Food Service and Herbies Pizza. Andromeda already provides EPOS systems, including integrated online ordering, to many of the UK's major delivery companies and is the exclusive integrated EPOS provider for lastminute.com's Eat In service. "Since launching our integrated solution with DataCash earlier this year, we have been extremely pleased with the response from our initial target customers," explained Ben Portsmouth, Co-Founder and Director of Andromeda. "Several of them have trialled the service at one site, and within just a few days of the trial decided to roll it out fully to other areas of their business. "Such has been the response, that we are now offering the DataCash Card Processing service as standard with all new sites. Our customers tell us they have seen significant improvements in order levels at peak times as they can now process orders more rapidly. We are now planning to offer the service to all of our existing sites, and over the coming months we will be pro-actively marketing to new customers." Andromeda recently started implementation of its Chip and PIN functionality, which will enable the use of cards in dine-in restaurants and counter service outlets. Andromeda already has a number of customers awaiting completion of the bank approval process which will be completed in the coming weeks. By teaming up with DataCash, Andromeda has been able to process a card transaction as quickly as cash, which is important for customers with busy ordering periods. An example is a bustling coffee shop which for practical reasons cannot accept credit cards using a PDQ as this can take up to a minute for each transaction and unnecessarily lengthens the customer queuing time. By combining the Andromeda counter service system with DataCash card processing, operators can process a card transaction in under two seconds. Transactions are fully integrated into the EPOS system, removing the potential for human error. "We're delighted that Andromeda and its customers have seen a very tangible benefit to integrating with our payment system," said Gavin Breeze, Business Development Director for DataCash. "The company is making inroads into the counter service sector, complementing its existing strength in the delivery market. We look forward to further developments in this area as Andromeda goes from strength to strength." The system also validates address and card security details, which in turn reduces fraud charge backs. It can also handle multiple simultaneous transactions, avoiding the need for staff to share a PDQ machine. The target market for DataCash and Andromeda is around 5,000 delivery outlets and more than 22,000 counter service outlets in the fast food and coffee shop sectors, plus 41,000 bars and pubs*.
baheid101
02/6/2005
15:02
everton,thanks for the info.
tamaybroke
02/6/2005
13:23
More positive thoughts from Investec (1st June 2005) 1610 GMT [Dow Jones] Investec lifts Datacash (DATA.LN)05 pretax profit to GBP2.5M from GBP2.4M and EPS to 5.36p from 5.14p following positive comments from management at the AGM. Also lifts 06 pretax profit to GBP3.6M from GBP3.35M and 06 EPS to 5.88p from 5.57p. And 07 pretax profit to GBP4.8M from GBP4.3M and 07 EPS to 7.19p from 6.44p. Maintains at buy. "With growing net cash balances and the continued potential for substantial upgrades we expect the shares to make strong gains," it says. Closes flat at 124p.
everton448
31/5/2005
15:24
Don't knock the shorters - they are simply traders who we can rely on to buy DATA in future - hopefully at a much higher price ;-)
samg99
27/5/2005
10:43
A superb company with wonderful prospects.
treborbob
27/5/2005
10:00
tony.thanks for info.
tamaybroke
27/5/2005
09:48
I expect a lot of IC subscribers won't read it until they get home tonight-hopefully some action on Tuesday.
bittorrent
27/5/2005
08:50
data is one of the main 'buys' in todays IC.
tony5505
24/5/2005
08:57
This is the tip of the iceberg. While underlying trading is very strong, providing support to the shares at this level, the real excitement which will drive these shares over 200p near-term is the potential deals that today's comments allude to.The new CEO is clearly extremely good and i suspect that, having spent his time since arrival negotiating deals, we are about to start to see a raft of announcements which will only grow going forward as Data builds global critical mass. The onlyt risk i see is that someone like Neteller bids for Data before us shareholders can reap the full rewards that are looming over the next 12 months. This is not a ramp - i have been a shareholder from 40p and will continue to be buying these shares every time they pull back as my longer-term price target is over 500p (£225m market cap is easily achievable given the momentum and global presence Data is building).
melville28
24/5/2005
08:50
This company will soon be throwing off cash. This will at least give them money to expand and to grow organically. Dividend may also get a boost. Looking good
britishbear
24/5/2005
07:41
Well that all looks rather good... DATACASH GROUP PLC ('DataCash' or 'the Company') PRE AGM STATEMENT At the AGM of DataCash Group Plc, the AIM listed payments service provider, to be held later today, Chairman David Bailey will make the following statement: "The year has begun well for the Company with transaction volumes up significantly on the previous 12 months. The resultant revenues are up more than 30% in the first four months of 2005 when compared with the same period of 2004, and net cash is now approaching #4 million. The sales pipeline is encouraging, and our partnership alliances such as the recently announced integration with Wire Card AG's Click2Pay wallet present excellent additional opportunities for the Company. "The Board remains confident that 2005 will be a year of good progress."
everton448
23/5/2005
10:17
Anyone any thoughts on tomorrow's AGM?
everton448
20/5/2005
12:33
AGM Tuesday - should provide a boost for the share price (take a look at what happened last year) All IMHO
everton448
16/5/2005
13:56
The Wrongprice.com are advising this price drop is a good buying opportunity
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