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 166,091 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
19/9/2011
09:48
Or one could say "The jam tomorrow sometimes last for a moment. The opportunity of a life time must be seized within the life time of the jam ~Skidaddle The jam's getting mould on it!
skidaddle
16/9/2011
08:06
Management, please wake up! Opportunities sometimes last for a moment. The opportunity of a life time must be seized within the life time of the opportunity ~M Lamb.
daniel
15/9/2011
08:31
We had a pre-close trading statement last year on 30th September. That would be in 15 days time should we get one this time round. The year before there was an Issue of Equity along with a trading statement around the same time. Well we have had the issue of equity already so that just leaves a trading statement. A vague trading statement without trading facts and even more importantly actual details of contracts that were alluded to in late April being signed would be just as bad as no trading statement at all. Some food for thought for the directors to chew over IMHO.
skidaddle
14/9/2011
11:59
"Nasstar White Label Hosted Desktop. 15,000 man hours invested in platform development to bring your customers a world class service. 2 hours ago via web" Question............when do we get a return on this investment?
skidaddle
14/9/2011
08:14
I see Mr Black doesn't do so many interviews these days. Too many searching questions about Nasstar to side-step I suppose. Or perhaps his days as a cloud computing guru has passed it's sell-by date. Still..............there's always jam tomorrow! Which is the general gist of most all of the annual and interim reports of the last 3 years.
skidaddle
14/9/2011
07:58
Management, please wake up! We have trusted you. Every cloud computing company is doing well except yours, do something! Don't allow this revolutionary tech to slip-off yours hands, seize opportunities or sell the company to Microsoft, if you don't know what to do with it. Stop being self-serving, serve the interest of your long suffering shareholders. We expect change in the way you communicate and do business, don't let the changes be forced on you - take the initiatives.
daniel
05/9/2011
15:17
I note that the last time we had a RNS'able contract win was 27/10/2010 almost a year ago. How many user's was that for? A grand total of 50 users over several locations. So what are we supposed to make of all this? One can only conclude that with all of our 'partners' and cutting edge technology in a supposedly red hot sector Nasstar can't even generate contracts of a measly 50 user size on a regular basis. As I say this can be the only conclusion since the PR of this company borders on the atrocious. Perhaps it is an oversight on the management's part. Certainly the Finals in late April alluded to something better than we have seen to date where "Sales activity has been encouraging with a number of our partners now increasing their Hosted Desktop subscription every month. We continue to work with our partners on opportunities that will deliver significant increases in the current number of subscribers including many opportunities in the 50+ user range. In light of the greater awareness and acceptance of cloud computing that now exists we are confident that our partners will be able to win even more new business in the second half of the year." This was late April!!! Where are these 'many' phantom 50+ user opportunities? Show me some. If they were RNS'able a year ago then they should be RNS'able now. Unless they can't clinch any of them. Now there's a scary thought! GET YOUR FINGER'S OUT MANAGEMENT!!!!!!!!!!
skidaddle
18/8/2011
17:15
Well a flat lining share price is better than a dropping one I suppose. But when thats the best you can say about a company it's not much is it!
skidaddle
04/8/2011
14:28
Next month is the first anniversary of the 3 year deal with INTY. I quote from the distribution agreement "Under the terms of the agreement intY have agreed a target distribution of 10,000 Hosted Desktop subscribers." To date and judging by the last results I doubt that they have signed up barely 1% of that figure. So just over 2 years to go then and obviously no traction so far evident under this agreement. Perhaps they just picked the number 10,000 out of thin air!
skidaddle
04/8/2011
14:00
http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/features/1635033/pick-of-aim-by-miles-nolan.thtml Link supplied by Nasstar Twitter account. Nothing new about Nasstar. Did use the word 'traction' again but they have been using that for years now. Prove that we have traction please directors and that you are not just using a meaningless buzz word. In other words "show me the traction!" and while you are at it "show me the money!"
skidaddle
03/8/2011
08:35
The pile the partners high and sell the service cheap approach to cloud computing has yet to prove something that the NASA management can shout about. Hardly a whisper from them in fact except when they want to raise more cash. Most disconcerting!
skidaddle
03/8/2011
08:23
Microsoft would have NO INTEREST in buying NASA, way too small, they are doing Office 365 and BPOS anyway, their own version of the Cloud. They would have no interest in some cobbled together Citrix infrastructure.
6kenny
03/8/2011
08:18
Directors, please wake up! We have trusted you, every cloud computing company is doing well except yours, do something! Don't allow this revolutionary tech to slip-off yours hands, seize the opportunities or sell the company to Microsoft, if you don't know what to do with it. Stop being self-serving, serve the interest of your long suffering shareholders. We expect change in the way you communicate and do business, don't let the changes be forced on you - take the initiatives.
daniel
01/8/2011
12:39
MOGP is a another good way to profit from the rise in cloud computing. Should easily double before year end imo.
someuwin
01/8/2011
08:52
Are we still at the forefront of the cloud revolution? I'm beginning to wonder! Perhaps we are one of those research /non-profit making/charitable organisations because they sure as hell are having trouble making any money out of it..
skidaddle
01/8/2011
08:43
IOM continues to rise
vivgav
28/7/2011
22:18
Looks like our cloud is more like a shower!
skidaddle
28/7/2011
21:06
IOMart flying......looks like we bought the wrong cloud (no longer in here as you know)
vivgav
15/7/2011
07:09
yes perhaps we can live in hope that the chap who took a large stake some months and is into cloud computing amongst other things will DO SOMETHING USEFUl with his stake like an RTO
solarno lopez
15/7/2011
07:07
ok all - thread will no doubt return to slumber.
arty
15/7/2011
07:04
ARTY regretably after my errors in the past my scource realised his own errors so I am sorry but heard nothing
solarno lopez
14/7/2011
19:59
Aagghh yes of course, forgoten about that. Thnx Skidaddle.
arty
14/7/2011
19:55
Share placings. Without those kind of RNS's they would have nothing to announce. Nothing to see here.
skidaddle
14/7/2011
19:46
Sol, any rumblings from your sources? - or is that just your stomach 8o) They certainly appear to be substantive organisations.
arty
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