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Invu Reg S LSE:NVUK London Ordinary Share COM SHS NPV (REG S)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 27.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2007
18:22
I think you're right johnv - MMs doing a little tree-shaking ... Plus ... I think it may be something to do with NVUK needing to remain coupled to NVU. At the end of last week there were a few sellers OF NVU, with the MMs giving just 20p on a couple of trades (when NVU was trading at 25/28 just a couple of days earlier). Whilst this was going on with NVU, NVUK remained comparatively steady. Now today NVU was back up 9% to 22/24, whilst NVUK was unchanged.
domestos
22/1/2007
14:44
trading update last year was 12th feb. I think the price drifting due to a few sellers. maybe mms trying to shake some of us out.
johnv
19/1/2007
14:19
Why the drop? Only 15,000 shares traded!
thewass
04/12/2006
11:04
Well onwards and upwards, clearly things are well on track here... Next step 40p within sight now? regards to all, T..
tradx666
04/12/2006
10:35
ffs - that's the second time I've done that. I did a search alright and it came up as 'no discussions found'. Strange ?!?!
liarspoker
04/12/2006
10:30
Liarspoker, there's already a thread running for NVUK: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=9324482
domestos
01/12/2006
10:47
Helps if I use the right symbol. LOL.
liarspoker
02/11/2006
10:51
Just looking in here, anybody know how things are going with sales to sage punters.
johnv
22/9/2006
11:37
Domestos > re: #87. Check out the link below. There's a steady stream of Joanne's articles up to 6 September – then nothing. So I reckon you must be right about her being on holiday. 'Guess we'll now have to wait until next results for an update from her - unless Invu announce more deals/news in the meantime ....... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ News By Joanne Wallen 365 DAYS OF NEWS UP TO: Fri, Sep 22 2006 http://www.citywire.co.uk/Home/CitywireTeamMember.aspx?TeamMemberID=25&MenuKey=News
eat more fruit
22/9/2006
10:46
http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=824146 Invu, the document management software developer, has come into view after signing a distribution agreement with Sage. Its shares trade at less than 20 times projected earnings, which is a discount to other focused software plays. Should the Sage partnership pay off, profits ought to gain traction, making Invu shares a good bet at this level. Buy says the Independent.
moogies
21/9/2006
19:43
GCI has a HOLD rec on NVU following their BUY rec of the 15 May 2006 @27.5p. http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/ M.
moogies
21/9/2006
17:32
Interesting point kingsize. I wonder if they'd generated more sales – they'd have turned that into even more options! Hmmmm ... I must say, I'm a but peeved with Citywire's Max Hotopf worrying about Microsoft coming up with their own document management software. You could say that about any piece of software that's not Microsoft. If Microsoft bought out something that gave Google a run for their money, would people people ditch Google for Microsoft? I don't think so somehow! And who gives a toss about Germany & France when they've got South-East Asia! That "Citywire Verdict" was unnecessarily negative IMHO. Bring back Joanne Wallen whose research is thorough. She's been following Invu ever since the company floated, so obviously knows it much beter than this Hotopf guy. (I've not seen Joanne lately, so maybe she's on holiday.) Her Citywire report of just 4 weeks ago (21 August) was nothing but out & out bullish! http://www.citywire.co.uk/News/NewsArticle.aspx?VersionID=84464&MenuKey=News.Home And Citywire's Cliff Feltham was just as bullish on 25 July 2006: http://www.citywire.co.uk/News/NewsArticle.aspx?VersionID=83822&MenuKey=News.Home
domestos
21/9/2006
16:45
kingsize, hmmmm...spooky! regards T..
tradx666
21/9/2006
16:33
Interesting, the difference between a 3k loss and a 60k profit last time almost exactly equals the share option cost. How's that for a coincidence!
kingsize
14/9/2006
10:51
It's been interesting watching the MMs "manipulate" NVU upwards over the past few weeks - on virtually no trades! Whilst NVUK has risen less than NVU, the prices for NVU and NVUK are now the closest I can ever recall seeing them. Perhaps at long last they're going to do something about sorting out the complicated share structure ..... ?
domestos
14/9/2006
09:55
Moogles, Shhhh..! :-) regards T..
tradx666
14/9/2006
09:46
One week until interims...nice to see a steady climb in the share price (touch wood). M.
moogies
21/8/2006
12:59
Moggie, nice, very nice indeed. Let's hope this gets it a wider following here now than just us merry few! regards T..
tradx666
21/8/2006
12:11
Bludax, You took the words right out of my mouth! I still hate complicated share structures in small businesses, it's off-putting and unnecessary IMHO, it's served it's purpose and should now be cleaned up. I did have one interesting thought, the rate at which sage are acquiring business abroad could easily open bigger markets, and perhaps might get sage wondering why they should buy the business and use the sage 'brand' to expand it's core markets? I would except a £1 take-away! LOL!! regards T..
tradx666
21/8/2006
12:07
My post no.30 implying £1.50 by Sept.2007 may have been a bit optimistic, but if this latest deal bears fruit it is not impossible. Short term much will depend on the feedback from this deal. Given the close connection between the directors of the two companies the incentive for the Sage sales teams to sell the Invu packages must be high, so I'll take an unscientific guess and say 40p by 31.01.07, the company year-end. The sooner the share structure is rationalised into one type of equity the more readily the shares will be traded, (and hopefully that will mean purchased rather than sold!). Erik
bludax
21/8/2006
09:54
stunning news. well done guys, what price target now? regards T..
tradx666
21/8/2006
09:47
This is great news. Up nearly 8% this morning!
thewass
21/8/2006
08:50
OEM Agreement with Sage INVU, Inc. 21 August 2006 21 August 2006 Invu Inc OEM agreement with Sage (UK) Limited The Board of Invu Inc ("Invu"), the document management software provider, is delighted to announce an OEM agreement with Sage (UK) Limited ("Sage"), a leading supplier of business management software and services. Under the terms of the agreement, Sage will sell Invu's document management product to the accountancy and professional services markets, under the Sage brand. The Sage sales force will start to sell the Invu product from 1 September 2006, to its existing customer base of over 14,000 firms of accountants. In addition, it is agreed that Sage will fully integrate the Invu technology into the Sage accountancy practice suite of products during 2007. David Morgan, Chief Executive of Invu Inc, said, "We are very excited by this agreement with such a market-leading company as Sage. In addition to revenue streams we anticipate a positive effect on the Invu brand moving towards mainstream credibility. We will only be able to gauge the full impact of this agreement after a period of initial marketing and sales activity, but we are planning to service the demand with our normal high levels of customer service and support." Greg Ford, Managing Director, Accountants Division, Sage (UK) Limited, said: "Our relationship with over 14,000 Accountants and 600,000 business customers helps us to determine what is needed to support Accountants and businesses and our entire strategy is centred around doing what is right for our customers. Our Accountants community told us they need document management software and therefore we have entered into this partnership with Invu to deliver a high quality, well supported system which we can bring to market quickly and efficiently." -ends- Invu, Inc. 01604 859893 David Morgan, CEO John Agostini, FD Financial Dynamics 020 7831 3113 Juliet Clarke Hannah Sloane
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