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
  10.00 0.94% 1,075.00 1,050.00 1,100.00 1,075.00 1,065.00 1,065.00 5,477 08:16:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 157.6 -7.7 -11.0 - 1,099

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/11/2005
09:56
Baheid101 - Thanks for the info.
stuart37
03/11/2005
14:43
institutional demand - Standard Life have bought a stake from a mixture of director sales and another institution (Fidelity) following an investor roadshow in Edinburgh last week apparently
baheid101
02/11/2005
13:21
Director sells 1.78%...
wiganer
01/11/2005
10:34
just about to ask,weird?
zapa
01/11/2005
10:00
Unusually large trading volume today - so far approx 13% of the co has allegedly changed hands - anyone in the know??
stuart37
28/10/2005
13:43
Agreed on all fronts.
zapa
28/10/2005
13:40
How could you tell? :-) More like £250's worth. DATA could bounce nicely off these levels back to 1.30. Can't argue with a 20% rise but there are bigger fish to fry just at the moment.
britishbear
28/10/2005
12:48
That you BB?250k's worth.
zapa
27/10/2005
08:21
thanks BB - another new channel for Datacash: DataCash, the UK's leading payment services provider, has partnered with Reporo's award winning mobile shopping service to add mobile phone transactions to its portfolio of multi-channel payment services, alongside Internet, Call Centres, Unattended Payment Terminal (UPT) and Interactive TV. The Reporo partnership represents the latest step in DataCash's strategy to integrate with best of breed technology partners to supply customers with the widest range of payment methods available. It allows retailers to make their web based shopping sites available to customers via a wide range of mobile handsets, as part of an integrated multi-channel strategy. Reporo is the first mobile shopping service which can be used by anyone with a GPRS phone across multiple operator networks, including O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Virgin and Vodafone. It is already used by over 20 retailers including Blackwell's, Curry's, CD WOW!, Dixons, Firebox.com, Kitbag, PC World and 0800Flowers. Gavin Breeze, Development Director of DataCash, comments: "Non store-based sales now represent a fifth of total retail sales and industry analysts predict that percentage will grow significantly. The mobile handset offers a significant new channel to complement Internet sales and is a natural extension of our multi-channel portfolio. We want our customers to benefit from the widest range of payment solutions currently available in the UK. The Reporo mobile shopping service offers a fast, convenient and secure method to boost sales." Richard Watney, Managing Director of Reporo, adds: "This partnership represents an exciting development for mobile shopping. By the end of this year, there will be 45 million live mobile handsets in the UK, compared with 12 million broadband Internet users. The Reporo shopping service allows mobile users to browse and purchase products, offering a clear opportunity for retailers to reach shoppers on the move." The Reporo shopping service can be integrated to a retailers' existing online operation within just a few days. Orders are linked directly with the retailer and processed through DataCash's online payment system. Credit card details are input once, during the initial registration process, and payments are authorised by a personal four-digit PIN which is known only to the user.
baheid101
27/10/2005
07:26
New agreement - looks useful. Mobile payment could be HUGE and if DATA can get a foothold - huge income. http://sourcewire.com/releases/rel_display.php?relid=23078&hilite=
britishbear
14/10/2005
11:24
This is an important deal and a good start. Things could get interesting. Still see DATA as a takeover target and expect consolidation in the next year.
britishbear
14/10/2005
09:06
Another great example of Datacash's partnerships paying off and further diversifying their client base away from online gambling: "Papa John's, America's number one pizza company, has selected Andromeda to provide a state-of-the-art enterprise wide EPOS (Electronic Point of Sale) system for its head office and business operations throughout the UK. Andromeda's Rameses Enterprise EPOS system will provide Papa John's with a range of features, including real-time, multi-site reporting, a fully integrated website to store ordering information for customers and multiple customisation options. The system also incorporates fast card processing, provided by Andromeda's payment service partner, DataCash. The EPOS system will initially be installed in Papa John's UK headquarters in Chertsey, Surrey, along with over 80 sites throughout the country. The roll out will take place before the end of 2005 and the EPOS system will be extended to new sites as they are set up, as well as franchise sites. Owing to the acquisition of Perfect Pizza and the phased conversion programme to Papa John's, the company was previously using a variety of EPOS systems so could not offer the central reporting and customer management functions offered by a fully integrated system. Commenting, Jean-Michel Fabre, supply chain and marketing director of Papa John's in the UK, said: "As well as providing direct improvements to customer service, such as faster food delivery, the new EPOS service will enable us to understand better the exact needs of our customer base - centrally, regionally, and at individual sites. By knowing exactly what our customers want we can tailor our marketing and sales campaigns accordingly. This technology gives Papa John's an even better competitive edge as we strive to provide the highest levels of customer service in the pizza delivery market. "We chose Andromeda because of their flexibility and the fact that they can provide us with a tailored system. The next few years are going to be hugely exciting times for everyone involved with Papa John's as the company steps up a gear and we believe Andromeda is the perfect partner for that journey." Ben Portsmouth, Managing Director of Andromeda, said: "Papa John's had a specific need to for an EPOS system that would set them apart from their competitors. In Rameses Enterprise, they have bought a product that will give them huge benefits, both in terms of the customer's experience, productivity gains and improved information about their customers' behaviour." As well as installing the system, Andromeda will work with Papa John's to provide training and project management services."
baheid101
27/9/2005
11:07
OFF TOPIC - The next paypal? Sun Microsystems and Bango Simplify Delivery of Java-based Games and other Mobile Content on Java.com Millions of Mobile Phone Users Worldwide Can Now Try, and Buy Java-based Games on Java.com SAN FRANCISCO, CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & ENTERTAINMENT 2005 -- September 26, 2005 -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) and Bango (AIM: BGO), a leading mobile content enabler, today announced an agreement to deliver mobile Java(tm) technology-based games and applications to millions of mobile phone users on more than 250 operator networks worldwide. The new service from java.com and Bango provides a streamlined user experience and simplifies the payment process to make locating and downloading mobile Java technology-based content easier for users and network providers. Now more than 14 million monthly java.com visitors easily can access exciting Java technology-based titles on any mobile network with easy billing powered by Bango. Customers can either charge their mobile downloads to their phone bill, PayPal account or credit card. The Bango Service also enables content providers to market, sell, and deliver their Java-based mobile content to users all over the world through Bango's "browse and buy" capability. "We're delighted to be working with Sun to deliver mobile applications based on the industry standard Java environment," said Anil Malhotra, Bango vice president of strategy alliance. "Java powers over 700 million mobile devices and is a core technology for content providers who deploy applications to end users through Bango. This relationship will give many more Java developers a go-to-market opportunity and mobile phone users a destination web portal for browsing and buying the best mobile Java content." "Java.com has become the destination for Java-based games, applications and music for PCs and mobile devices," said Mark Herring, director of Java Brand and Community Marketing, Sun Microsystems. "By bringing Bango's browse and buy capability to java.com we are making it easier for more than 14 million monthly visitors to get the games and content they love." For the first time, java.com visitors can "try before they buy" and easily obtain mobile versions of the Java games they love. With Bango technology, it is simple to get a java.com game delivered to a mobile phone. Bango's Web Trigger provides the vital link between the java.com website and the java.com users mobile, by simply entering their mobile phone number into a web form on java.com. A WAP Push message is sent to their mobile and opens up the mobile site automatically. From their phone, they can easily browse and buy their favorite game. The Bango platform seamlessly collects micro-payments for the purchases. About java.com Hot games, cool apps - java.com is the ultimate destination for Java technology based content. With more than 14 million unique visitors each month, java.com continues to provide direct access to exciting and entertaining Java technology-based games, ring tones, and software. About Sun Microsystems, Inc. A singular vision -- "The Network Is The Computer"(tm) -- guides Sun in the development of technologies that power the world's most important markets. Sun's philosophy of sharing innovation and building communities is at the forefront of the next wave of computing: the Participation Age. Sun can be found in more than 100 countries and on the Web at sun.com. Subscribe to Sun newswire at http:// sun.com/news. About Bango Bango (AIM: BGO) has developed and deployed an open, global, infrastructure platform that enables content providers to market, sell and deliver their products and services directly to mobile phone users on all mobile networks using the mobile Internet. This "direct-to-consumer" approach operates alongside the carrier's mobile content portals. Leading carriers including Cingular, Vodafone, Orange, Telefonica and O2 work with Bango to accelerate the growth of their direct-to-consumer business. The Bango platform has given mobile phone subscribers around the world greater access to third-party content. Leading content brands are now adopting the Bango service to engage with all of their existing and potential mobile customers directly - irrespective of the carrier. For further information, go to www.bango.com
thenaughtyboy
02/9/2005
16:35
Additional Listing RNS Number:7680Q Datacash Group PLC 02 September 2005 2 September 2005 DATACASH GROUP PLC ("The Company") The Company has made an application for admission to trading on AIM for a total of 5,000 new ordinary shares of 1 pence each pursuant to the exercise of options under the Unapproved Share Option Scheme. The new ordinary shares on admission will be issued credited as fully paid and will rank pari passu with the existing ordinary shares. It is expected that such admission will become effective on 7 September 2005. END This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange
bitterlemontart
02/9/2005
11:07
Gosh...wonder what she needed the money for? Probably some new shoes - ladies' shoes are very expensive these days, I hear....
samg99
02/9/2005
10:50
Datacash Group PLC 02 September 2005 2 September 2005 DataCash Group plc ('DataCash' or 'the Company') Holdings in Company Ms Jane Reedy, a former director of DataCash Group plc, has informed the company that following the recent share disposals listed below, her holding has been reduced to 1,770,851 shares, representing 3.9% of the current issued share capital. 31 August 2005 1,100,000 at 120p 1 September 2005 1,000,000 at 120p Ms Reedy remains an employee of the Group. END
bitterlemontart
24/8/2005
09:52
good find BB Thanks
noshy
24/8/2005
08:45
Mentions DATA later on - a good piece and I think DATA get a lot of credibility from this arrangement (not to mention profits in the future) ------------------------------------- Local E-Government Minister Announces £7.5m Funding for Government Connect Source: Office of the Deputy Prime Minister Published Tuesday, 23 August, 2005 - 10:33 Story tools Print this articlePrint this article Email to a friendEmail to a friend Give us your feedback.Your feedback Government Connect will receive £7.5 million of funding in 2005/06 to support its development and initial roll-out, Minister for Local e-government Jim Fitzpatrick has announced. The project will seek to provide improved security for on-line transactions between public organisations. By bringing together technical solutions and practical tools, Government Connect aims to improve electronic service delivery by central and local government by focussing on supporting personalised, joined-up citizen-based services and back office transformation, which in turn will bring real benefits for the communities they serve. Jim Fitzpatrick said: "Government Connect can become the catalyst for removing two major barriers to e-enabled government, firstly for citizens a "single sign on" to government services and secondly, the ability to share data securely between local and central government in support of service delivery. "Since its launch in March 2005, good progress has been made with 276 local authorities already registered and over 100 of these expressing an interest in becoming early adopters of the Government Connect products being rolled out from August. "The Programme aims to roll out services to up to 250 local authorities by December 2006 and all local authorities by December 2007." This national project is led by Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council, heading up a group of 12 organisations, including other local authorities, ODPM and the e-Government Unit of the Cabinet Office. Today's funding announcement supports the wider local e-Government objectives and comes alongside the publication of the results of July's Implementing Electronic Government (IEG) 4.5 returns. These indicate that local authorities are meeting the target of being 100% e-enabled by the end of this year. Notes to Editors The results of July's Implementing Electronic Government (IEG) 4.5 returns were also announced today by ODPM and can be seen at: http://www.odpm.gov.uk/pns/displaypn.cgi?pn_id=2005_0175 GC Core contains the essential components of GC. It is a range of solutions selected by local authorities to enable secure communication. It comprises three main products built primarily around the eGU's Government Gateway services and the ODPM owned LGOL-Net secure messaging system: * GC Register This component provides both a toolkit and a technical solution for secure customer registration and enrolment, building on the Government Gateway's authentication module and other initiatives. The toolkit is designed to help councils with developing an authentication solution, and includes agreed standards, requirements and a best practice model for creating a citizen account. Councils were previously charged to use the Government Gateway on a per transaction basis, meaning that costs were not easily predictable. As a response to this, GC will introduce a fixed pricing model covering unlimited transactions. Up to a 50% discount will be available to local authorities signing up to GC Register as a partnership. * GC Exchange A middleware solution which enables disparate IT systems, including legacy systems and those of other authorities, agencies and services providers, to exchange information by translating data from one format into another. The product incorporates LGOL-Net, which began life as Govnet, part of a Pathfinder project designed by Sunderland City Council, and was then further developed under the Local Authority Websites National Project. As part of the enhancement of LGOL-Net for Government Connect, the GC Exchange product will include guidance and pre-loaded applications for local authorities. * GC Mail A secure email facility for local authorities. The Government Connect prospectus comments that "early version of the secure email functionality of LGOL-Net has been tested. Government Connect will evaluate this and other options to deliver a solution that meets local government's needs." * GC Plus builds on the offering of GC Core. The components included in GC Plus are intended to add value to the GC Core common infrastructure. IT vendors, local authorities or other government agencies or departments may request to submit components to become part of GC Plus. There are currently two components available under GC Plus - GC Pay and GC Alert. * GC Pay is an e-payments solution which uses Datacash, a third-party payment service provider, to validate, authorise and collect payments. It enables local authorities to connect to the financial institution of their choice to take payments by credit or debit card for services from customers. This will enable a customer, for example, to pay for a licence over the phone or to pay a library fee online. GC Pay can be used as a single channel for payments, integrating call centre, telephone (IVR) or kiosk applications through the same engine as well as supporting paperless direct debit. * GC Alert is an SMS text messaging facility which, for example, would allow a council to send a text message to a customer about an appointment or about road works. By building on an established government relationship with a private sector supplier, GC Alert offers a cost-effective and simple technical solution to sharing information via multiple communication channels, including email and SMS. Press Enquires: 020 7944 3042 Out of Hours: 020 7944 5945 E-mail: press.office@odpm.gov.uk Public Enquiries: 020 7944 4400
britishbear
15/8/2005
10:53
Another good day for DATA on the back of the recent very positive press coverage....
bitterlemontart
12/8/2005
13:50
And today....INVESTORS CHRONICLE....another good article...."GOOD VALUE"....
bitterlemontart
12/8/2005
13:48
SHARES MAG - out on Thursday i.e. yesterday....decent write up on DATA....
bitterlemontart
11/8/2005
15:15
Now, now....Frank....lol !
bitterlemontart
11/8/2005
15:04
Do you mean they have bought cheaply or that they are anyones for a quid? LOL
zapa
11/8/2005
14:50
Some cheap BUYERS have appeared !
bitterlemontart
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