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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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14/7/2011
18:53
http://www.kestreluk.com/investors/ http://www.octopusinvestments.com/default.html
jazza
14/7/2011
18:50
significance of just published holdings rns's, I don't recall seeing any large transactions going through ??? It certainly hasn't impacted the sp
arty
06/7/2011
08:10
He's not the only one. :o)
arty
06/7/2011
08:05
the FD must be feeling a bit sore at the price
solarno lopez
23/6/2011
16:04
Historically it's been a pipeline to a money black hole.
skidaddle
23/6/2011
07:37
Might be a pipe dream as opposed to a pipeline....
6kenny
22/6/2011
15:42
Nasstar have a pipeline. Don't know where it leads to though cause nothing ever seems to come of it!
skidaddle
22/6/2011
09:59
The client I consult for just signed a £24k order yesterday and have a few similiar ones in the pipeline, you can't beat direct sales.
6kenny
20/6/2011
08:00
I'd like to think that Nasstar's partners actually start producing large volumes of sales with good margins. It would be a first though!
skidaddle
19/6/2011
21:04
in the next 12 months I expect NASA to either go bust or be bought out. IMHO, it's just jobs for the boys with Lord Daresbury propping it up financially.
6kenny
19/6/2011
10:28
The size of the cash raising looks like the last throw of the dice. The money should last until 2013 when cloud computing should be a £100bn plus industry as predicted by Charles Black many moons ago. He also stated over a couple of years ago ""I wanted to be the only AIM company that specialised in hosted desk top applications. If you are the only one in a growing market you get traction,". Nasstar's 'traction' is rather like my friends dog on a tiled kitchen floor and just as unpredictable. Perhaps the company needs traction boots like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDxrfEeRYAk&NR=1
skidaddle
16/6/2011
22:30
Agreed. They shouldn't be getting salary increases until they turn a profit, issuing paper left, right and centre while turnover is flat, is not acceptable.
jazza
16/6/2011
22:30
Agreed. They shouldn't be getting salary increases until they turn a profit, issuing paper left, right and centre while turnover is flat, is not acceptable.
jazza
16/6/2011
21:34
Obviously the actions of the directors are utterly disgraceful. They must realise that we can't just keep issuing shares at ever reducing prices and be happy clippie about it. Please wake-up, smell the cofee and deliver some value for your shareholders. You have just given away 1/3 of the company for peanuts; a price less than 10% of floatation prices. Enough is enough on share issues, it's time to deliver results.
daniel
16/6/2011
08:35
Well they have delivered next to nothing up to now. There always seems to be a massive amount of hope built into the Nasstar business model, very little of which has been converted into any kind of reality so far.
skidaddle
16/6/2011
07:58
Easy to quote big numbers but another thing delivering!
6kenny
16/6/2011
07:43
INTY have a target with Nasstar of 10,000 in 3 years which is almost 2 now as it commenced last year.
skidaddle
16/6/2011
07:31
if you sign up partners to a white label programme then you need to ensure they have targets to hit otherwise it is an utter waste of time! the targets need to be reviewed on a quartely basis. Another way of doing it is to charge the partner X amount a month for the white label service, that soon gets them selling. Also, visit the top 10 partners on a monthly basis and help them with marketing the cloud and attend end user meetings to help close down the sales meetings....sales 101 really!
6kenny
16/6/2011
07:25
The way things are going we are going to need as many partners as there are clients to make things profitable. Obviously there was very little quality control with regard to partner selection. Even now the management can hardly be described as very positive about future growth (except in the partnership category) they come across as rather defensive.
skidaddle
16/6/2011
07:11
one of the companies I consult for started about 10 months after NASA. Debt free and privately owned and bringing on clients at a rate of knots, why can't NASA do the same?
6kenny
16/6/2011
06:46
Thanks for the accolade TREBLEWIDE and keep up the good work
solarno lopez
15/6/2011
16:54
but sloarno...you were in the know about a big deal....you mean it was all nonsense?...well i never...that is a real shock...clown
treblewide
15/6/2011
09:09
Thats about as many as Nasstar partners managed in the previous 6 months up to the last results
skidaddle
15/6/2011
09:05
someone I consult for has just added a further 65 Hosted Desktops this week alone with a further 110 to drop in the next few weeks. who cares about partners, it is all about direct sales, higher margins and you control the sales process!
6kenny
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