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Nasstar Plc LSE:NASA London Ordinary Share GB00B0T1S097 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 11.70p 11.60p 11.80p 11.70p 11.70p 11.70p 29,474 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 24.5 -1.2 -0.2 - 67.28

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/5/2011
14:15
"Nasstar Hosted Desktop - finalist in Comms Business Awards 2011. Most Innovative Channel Service category. http://bit.ly/m5rQpf 21 hours ago" Yes but when are we going to convert these award nominations into decent sized profitable contracts Charles? Stuff the awards we have been getting them for the last 3 years or so. Show me the money.
skidaddle
06/5/2011
08:31
I certainly will TREBLE, keep up the good work
solarno lopez
04/5/2011
00:15
jazaa ...IOM turn over £20M per annum..hardly a mega outfit. now of they had got an agreement with Telectiy or a major international hosting player like Equinix or Rackspace then well done. anyway not interested in owning these shares again...like the conspiracy theories though..i also emailed my thoughts to the CEO when the results were released pathetic..but hey solarno will be along soon with some wild comments...he knows about big contracts you know
treblewide
03/5/2011
20:57
Interesting little hatchet job treble...leaves me wondering what your agenda is. That "small-hosting company" IOM is many times bigger (in mcap/revenue terms) than NASA and has customers who want what NASA offers. Nothing is certain, who knows what sales of white-labelled NASA kit IOM will achieve but it most likely doesn't mean "absolutely nothing" far from it.. You're trying too hard, waaay too hard with the OTT emotive tone of your post, hence my wondering as to the nature of your agenda... feel free not to post here again..
jazza
03/5/2011
20:55
partnerships mean nothing....absolutely nothing. the interims were terrible....and they are going no where fast. look at the facts the cloud market is exploding...ibm did more cloud revenue in q1 2011 than all of 2010 combined. NASA increased revenue year on year by 60k....they actually only really kept up with inflation...pathetic they are being left behind and a partnership agreement with a small hosting company aint gonna make any material difference. i wish you holders well but fear the worst
treblewide
03/5/2011
14:40
Effectively, this is about IOM cross-selling to their existing customers...and bunging a few £££ to NASA for each user signed-up, doubt we'll ever get details of the terms written in the contract but hey ho..
jazza
03/5/2011
14:34
NASA it is then
solarno lopez
03/5/2011
14:33
There are 3 separate points of note in what the IOM CEO had to say... 1) NASA have a decent product 2) There's a growing market for that kind of product, IOM's customers are asking for it 3) NASA have no oomph (read: money) to leverage on their product Angus MacSween, CEO of Iomart, said - Nasstar's hosted desktop platform is well established and has been designed to offer the best user experience. - "We've had interest and enquiries about hosted desktop and I believe it's the right time now to have a solution to meet that growing demand. - The ability to white label their platform and offer the service under the Iomart brand means we can quickly integrate the service into our portfolio of cloud services.
jazza
03/5/2011
14:08
Sorry guys trying to get into my Santader account and they say there is no e banking. I am as disappointed as you guys and probably more so because the info I had was reliable but I am not the seller of 80k
solarno lopez
03/5/2011
13:35
I shall stick with the hope that the INTY agreement to supply 10,000 seats over 3 years isn't just a fairy tale. And of course that SL actually knows something. I have never used stops preferring the belief that patience pays off in the end even though it can be very tiresome sometimes.
skidaddle
03/5/2011
12:53
But I guess Iomart is perfectly placed to prove that or not hey? Where's Solarno anyway he's been a bit quiet since we've fallen off a cliff? What's your plan Skidz anyways I hope your not prepared to go red again after hanging on in there for so long? I placed a stop order at my bottom line and it got hit on Thursday, glad to be out with the current price? HMB - definately worth a look???
p3psimax
03/5/2011
11:35
If the model works. The jury is still out on that.
skidaddle
03/5/2011
11:34
Well I'm all out at the moment will look to buy back in again if the price is right? Perhaps Iomart are trying before they're buying?
p3psimax
03/5/2011
11:32
IOM's paper is sufficiently well-rated that you'd think they would just buy NASA in an all-paper deal...would hardly cause any dilution. If the white-labelled hosted desktop takes off and they end up paying NASA so much per month as a fee(?), they may decide it better to take NASA out than keep paying said fee..
jazza
03/5/2011
11:31
Nope. Iomart didn't see it as noteworthy of an RNS. It's decent contracts for bums on seats that we want and patently not getting.
skidaddle
03/5/2011
11:27
Iomart have come on board, how interesting? Any of you guys sell another 80k's worth of shares today?
p3psimax
28/4/2011
21:41
Same here treble, what a disappointment! :(
p3psimax
28/4/2011
18:56
i am completely out....small profit which should have been more
treblewide
28/4/2011
14:00
Abandon Ship! Abandon Ship! Everyone to the lifeboats, women and children first! Please make sure you have fitted your life jackets correctly and wait patiently whilst you board the lifeboat! :)
p3psimax
28/4/2011
12:46
Yep. But we are supposed to see much larger volumes to compensate for that. Something which patently isn't happening at the moment. And we have over 50 partners now. A few of whom just can't be pulling their weight when you look at an average of 5 seats per partner using those figures over the last 6 months. Last September we agreed a 3 year deal with INTY to sign up 10,000 more seats within that timeframe. Nothing of note has been seen since that time. Only 2 years and 4 months to go to expiry. We are still in hype over reality mode looking at these figures.
skidaddle
28/4/2011
12:08
The last 4 half-yearly subscriber counts were: 1,149 1,370 (up 221 or 19.2%) 1,600 (up 230 or 16.8%) 1,866 (up 266 or 16.6%) so the growth-rates aint bad...but revenues are not rising at the same rate. Not sure why this is, perhaps it is due to their partners taking a cut?
jazza
28/4/2011
11:59
results are not what i had hoped for....reduced most of my holding making a smallish profit from my 9p average. good luck holders
treblewide
28/4/2011
07:24
Yeah but not one decent sized contract worth mentioning and they are eternally "well placed".
skidaddle
28/4/2011
06:52
Agreed - good progress. Any rumblings of fireworks ahead sol ?
arty
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