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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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)
- - - - 22.48

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/2/2006
11:01
Cheers Tobie_1
thewass
07/2/2006
12:18
they got a buy rating from a broker which was highlighted in the mail on sat. tgt 32 or 36p, cant remember which.
tobie_1
07/2/2006
08:32
Nice couple of rises. Anybody know why? Not that I am complaining!
thewass
19/1/2006
20:38
I wonder if a tie-up with Msfts Navision will be next... This just looks better and better; but I wouldn't mind seeing them being a bit more aquisitive now, there are plenty of targets for them to consolidate, and current prices for these smaller private outfits don't look too expensive and may well offer excellent value? regards to all lurkers T..
tradx666
30/12/2005
14:40
Excellent news...an even bigger more robust market to target... as I said, I expect solid progress in '06. Excellent products, solid management, great growth prospects.. regards T..
tradx666
29/12/2005
14:14
29 December 2005 Invu Inc SAP Certification Invu, Inc is proud to announce that it has become the first document management solution to be certified for integration with SAP's Business One solution. Business One is SAP's solution for the SME market. This is a global certification and is part of SAP's PartnerEdge(TM) program launched in September 2005. As a member of the PartnerEdge(TM) program Invu will receive the following benefits from SAP: • Sales and marketing support • Business opportunities and leads • Market development funding • Access to the new SAP PartnerEdge(TM) channel-partner solution network, a collaboration tool for VAR and ISV partners • A system for partner relationship management that will help INVU manage its SAP relationship Invu's CEO David Morgan commented, "Recognition for Invu by gaining entry into this program will reinforce our position as a leading vendor of document management solutions to the SME market and we look forward to working with SAP in developing this channel." For further information: Invu Inc 01604 859 893 David Morgan Financial Dynamics 020 7831 3113 Juliet Clarke / Hannah Sloane This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange
moogies
20/12/2005
16:38
Just sit tight, we have had a great rise and I expect more to happen in '06!! IMHO LOL! :-) regards T..
tradx666
20/12/2005
15:41
Your right Mard1 nothing happening on this thread!
thewass
20/12/2005
13:21
zzzzzzzzzz.....
mard1
22/10/2005
02:56
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shirishg
22/10/2005
02:56
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shirishg
22/10/2005
02:51
Well its below 25p so anyone wishing to buy should do so now.
johnv
04/10/2005
11:23
Strange tip from Techinvest. Buy, but set buying limit at 25p(at time of article price was 27p). At least that should mean we will be spared the day traders this time, but it will give the co. more visibility, for better or worse.
bludax
15/9/2005
08:11
Obviously, I'm still here! And also have to say that some of my biggest gains came after the threads here were dead for months - so long may it continue! LOL! Hope you're all were, I see no reason to stop them from exceeding all of their market expectations... regards T..
tradx666
15/9/2005
06:23
agree - i've held since 11p- so will happily de-camp at 1.50!
fegga
14/9/2005
16:34
Hi Bludax. Yes, I like quiet threads too. Bullish intraday reversal, with the house broker (ARBT) leading us up. Let's hope for some positive comments from Shares Mag/IC, we need some sustained buy volume and, as you say, NVUK is likely to attract LTBH rather than traders.
mad4it
14/9/2005
16:10
No no, I'm sure we are all still here, just enjoying the ride and looking forward to another couple of year's steady progress (up to £1.50+) before calling in the day traders to get us out at twenty bagger levels. The quieter the board in the meantime the better, IMHO; means less volatility, which is good for LTBH if not for trading. In any case, if the price is rising, somebody somewhere must be buying; and on these results and prospects, why not? Erik.
bludax
14/9/2005
15:06
Yep, very encouraging results, beating the house broker's estimates. Also, the management obviously feel this is the right time to award themselves performance related options. So that bodes well too. NB: Not many people left in these judging by the lack of posts.
mad4it
14/9/2005
11:44
Well Ive scanned it. and all i wanted to hear was continued growth, but a maiden H1 profit as well Vs ly 0.5m loss for the same period is a great achievement. Very encouraging for the full year. T1
tobie_1
13/9/2005
17:35
Robbi123, Go and look up message 44 from the previous posting.
johnv
13/9/2005
16:40
Robbi123 See mad4it's post 150 on the other thread, he covered it really well. Hoping for another rise tomorrow! Good luck to all.
thewass
13/9/2005
15:42
Tobie1, nope not me! Other than, as expected the drift during the summer ocurred and the good news just can't be held in, and off we go again..! I expect an upwards movement from here. regards to all, T..
tradx666
13/9/2005
15:35
whats the difference between nvu and nvuk?? thanks in advance
robbi123
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