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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
15/6/2011
08:52
"Nasstar also intends to raise greater awareness of its Hosted Desktop white label programme amongst its channel partner community to help capitalise on its success to date. " Run that past me again? What success? Where are the sales to back this statement up with? Ah I get it! The success of gaining new partnerships. Like the 50 partnerships so far that we have had for the best part of a year who can hardly generate a sale between themselves.
skidaddle
15/6/2011
08:41
Thanks Skid and keep up your fact finding
solarno lopez
15/6/2011
08:35
going to a channel sales only model was the biggest mistake nasa ever made, no control of the sales process or indeed the margin!
6kenny
15/6/2011
08:30
You don't deny it I see and I stick to facts that everyone can verify.
skidaddle
15/6/2011
08:28
Oh dear Skid sorry you are so bitter and twisted
solarno lopez
15/6/2011
08:23
Untill things change I shall stay here and hopefully be a thorn in the side of management who have ignored the PI for far too long. It's pretty obvious you are one of the company cronies and I'm probably not the only one who thinks that because every time we have a cash raising you turn up clapping your hands. You did it last time as well. That one didn't do much good as I recall except to keep the workers employed.
skidaddle
15/6/2011
08:20
you do have the option to sell
solarno lopez
15/6/2011
08:18
Not such a good source apparently. It's a done deal why should I waste my time and travelling costs going to something like that? I go by results I can see and the results were insipid at best. If the management want to impress me they won't do it by talking about what they are going to do. They have been doing that for about 3 or 4 years now. Show me large volume deals with decent profit margins and I will start to take notice otherwise I shall tell it like I see it. I don't see much going on at present and I see continuous cash raising as bad news from my perspective considering the last one was at 9p so we are going down and not up and this one was much larger so was even more dilutive. What's to shout about?
skidaddle
15/6/2011
07:51
Firstly I notice you have made no mention whatsoever about coming to the meeting! Secondly I only reported what I heard from a good scource.
solarno lopez
15/6/2011
07:25
The big one's you were harping on about 6 months ago.
skidaddle
15/6/2011
07:21
What contracts,,,,,,,suggest you turn up at the meeting for full disclosure
solarno lopez
15/6/2011
07:20
Show me the contracts SL. The General Meeting is a done deal. Either institutions who bought in the numerous cash raisings or the management who apart from the FD have never bought shares in the market to my knowledge. Very few shares are held in the hands of PI's who bought in the market. It is pretty obvious that the only reason we have a listing at all is for this continual need to raise extra cash to keep the company going because it can't generate enough through revenue.
skidaddle
15/6/2011
07:19
SKID may I suggest you turn up at the forth coming General Meeting and voice your opinion
solarno lopez
15/6/2011
07:11
"Current trading The Company's trading since the interim results to 31 March 2011 has continued in line with the Board's expectations and the current sales pipeline gives the Directors confidence for the future. " As vague as ever.
skidaddle
15/6/2011
07:00
Cash raising is the last refuge of inept management imho. And just the last of a long line of ineptitude for this company in particular.
skidaddle
15/6/2011
06:59
Is this dog still going.....
chesty1
15/6/2011
06:57
You think?
skidaddle
15/6/2011
06:52
..Nice placing at 8p
solarno lopez
07/6/2011
11:13
A headhunter rang me 3 weeks ago, trying to get me into IOMART...I wasn't interested because they don't provide a 'pure Hosted Desktop' solution. Nasstar is perceived to be very expensive in my sector as well because they are Citrix based whereas MS Hyper V technology is much more cost effective. Anyway, good luck with NASA.
6kenny
07/6/2011
11:10
. Thanks Kenny it is an investors best advice to have somebody that works in the industry
solarno lopez
07/6/2011
10:54
Where are the big contracts SL?
skidaddle
07/6/2011
10:33
.Read the announcement from Phoenix IT and the reference to CLOUD COMPUTING..it gives us hope
solarno lopez
25/5/2011
07:49
"There's a lot of opportunity for international business," said Nasstar CEO Charles Black. "The market is growing. It's been growing particularly in the last few months and we expect our client base to grow steadily." Black wouldn't disclose exact figures, but if you track the company's moves you can tell that Nasstar sees a great opportunity to expand its international client base and is preparing for it accordingly." Charles wouldn't disclose exact figures because they probably weren't worth disclosing otherwise there would have been an RNS one would have thought. http://www.mspmentor.net/2011/05/20/nasstar-plc-laying-groundwork-for-major-international-push/ So lots of opportunity but not much coming our way judging by the last set of results which is the only thing the average shareholder has to go by.
skidaddle
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