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Stenprop Limited LSE:STP London Ordinary Share GG00BFWMR296 ORD EUR0.000001258
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 181.75 180.00 183.50 - 0.00 01:00:00
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/2/2009
21:54
WOW this share should be motoring by now not just ticking over....the best is yet to come
sagem
08/2/2009
17:25
Doomsday Investments - Barceló Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels I can't remember them on the previous list, in fact I would go as far as saying they weren't which is good positive feedback. All good as this is an organisation that prospers in the Hospitality markets and will continue to gain more business on this marketplace. In addition the partners are an excellent mix of mobile and fixed line providers all with their offerings which give an excellent range of services to back up their clients requirements.....
martin44
08/2/2009
11:31
Current customers (from the STP website): BBC Worldwide City of London TGI Friday's Beefeater Whitbread Premier Inn Spirit Group Greene King Best Western Retroscreen Virology Barbican United News and Media JJW Hotels & Resorts Red Carnation Hotels The National Theatre Health Protection Agency - Porton Down Emcor The Langham Hotel Young's Walkabout Cola Hotels Barceló Hotels & Resorts Conrad Hotels Are the last two on the list the hotel groups from their recent contract wins - I don't remember seeing them in the list previously? Highlights Six transformational acquisitions made Integrated communications portfolio completed Over 2,000 business customers now serviced by the Group EBITDA profitable and balance sheet restructured Three year £1m managed service contract with Young's announced Our partners include: O2 Blackberry Mitel NEC Trapeze Wi-Fi Spark BT Wholesale Gamma Telecom Cable & Wireless MIND Telcen Blue
doomsday investments
07/2/2009
14:32
Current climate not reflecting the true value in STP however I feel pretty confident we are now moving from a strong equity base ie bottom of the market and this will be reflected in the true value of STP soon....
martin44
06/2/2009
15:30
We will have to wait and see, however I think certain 2 to 2.5p should be a good price for them now and continuing good news just keeps on coming! Maybe some more just round the corner....
martin44
06/2/2009
14:47
Me too! this share price should be @5p+ by now something must be going on though with the bid dropping as it is!
rcktmn
06/2/2009
14:40
Wish i had the spare cash.....
martin44
06/2/2009
13:57
Crazy isn't it ! Good time to buy more though...
rcktmn
06/2/2009
13:53
However why when everything is going so well for STP
martin44
06/2/2009
13:52
Yes true and maybe shows on level 2?
martin44
06/2/2009
13:42
I believe someone must have sold a fair amount, a delayed trade yet to show!!!
dyardley
06/2/2009
13:38
8% down on a 27k sell< i just don't get it as the reverse should be happening!
martin44
04/2/2009
08:57
Solid support around this level it seems.
golla
03/2/2009
17:55
MM seem keen over the last two days, news on the way.?
tara7
03/2/2009
15:18
All helps move in the right direction!
martin44
03/2/2009
11:52
Wov,little tick up.
golla
02/2/2009
09:24
SAGEM - Agreed that is all that is needed a few more decent purchases and the take off will hppen, maybe some positive broker news would assist!? Good Luck for this month......
martin44
31/1/2009
22:06
Perhaps we will get a share price increase this week.......we need some large buys though
sagem
30/1/2009
23:00
Confidence in the Future to invest in CRM and Sales Magement tools for Expansion Redcastle Sales Management system for SpiriTel 03/12/08 SpiriTel Plc, the business communications specialist and Redcastle CRM Ltd, signed an agreement at the end of April 2008 to implement a CRM and Sales Management solution that will support SpiriTel's growth in the convergent voice and data market. The system went into production with a selected group of users, and is now being rolled out across SpiriTel's Business Division, after a project elapsed time of just three months Jeff Proctor, Redcastle MD, said: "We had an excellent working relationship between the project teams and managed to meet quite a tight schedule. This included some specific developments like a Customer Business Information database, and integration with the Mitel pricing configurator as part of the Quotes engine. I'm particularly pleased that SpiriTel's solution from us is supporting their successful strategy for profitable business growth." SpiriTel looked at more expensive ERP solutions but concluded that Redcastle, who have developed a product-based system for Voice and Data Resellers, can meet all their immediate requirements. Looking to the future, SpiriTel also took the time to evaluate Redcastle's Order Management suite, with the view that the CRM / Sales system must be expandable from the same supplier, to provide an end-to-end Business Management System. David Anahory, SpiriTel Business MD, commented: "There were a number of key requirements for our sales system which Redcastle showed they already had in the product or that they were happy to develop for us. This included a set of 9 KPI's (key performance indicators), a customer knowledge database and non-standard links to our multiple accounting systems." He added, "We liked Redcastle's approach to our particular requirements and their speed of response during our evaluation. I'm pleased that they have carried this forward through to implementation. One of the deciding factors for us was that Redcastle's system is convergent and so the same solution will support all our customer offerings in Networks, IP Communications and Mobile." SpiriTel is a fully integrated business communications group which enables its customers to take advantage of the opportunities created by rapidly changing telecoms markets as the migration to Internet Protocol (IP) based services accelerates. The Group is a consolidator of the highly fragmented UK telecoms reseller market and is building a substantial customer base and scale through selective acquisitions. We are organised into two divisions, SpiriTel Technologies – focused on IP networking and wholesale voice services - and SpiriTel Business, which provides a full range of voice and data services directly to our Business customers. SpiriTel offers fixed and mobile voice and data communications solutions including Voice over IP (VoIP), data networking, telephone systems and ISP services to a rapidly expanding customer base. We are a leader in the provision of new, but proven, VoIP solutions that are firmly based on the old-fashioned service values which run throughout the Group. Redcastle supply, implement and support Customer Relationship Management and Business Management Systems focussing on smaller, growing companies. Redcastle defines Business Management System as an internal IT solution which enables the seamless flow of all information created in the business processes of Sales, Order Fulfilment and Customer Care. Information is created once and available across the whole business on demand. www.redcastle.co.uk
martin44
30/1/2009
22:55
Good article.... SpiriTel trims interim loss Companies: STP 19/01/2009 Bombed-out business communications specialist SpiriTel has cut first-half losses from £2.3 million to £1.7 million. The acquisitive London-based telecoms service provider increased turnover 62 per cent to £11.1 million in the six months to October, winning £1.4 million of sales contracts and more than doubling business customers from 920 to 2,200. AIM-quoted SpiriTel, which is being nursed back to health by chief executive officer Alastair Mills after previous setbacks, saved £800,000 of annual interest charges after agreeing a restructuring of its debt from private equity backer Penta Capital, which also converted £3.2 million of debt onto equity. In the first half of its financial year, the company, which won a three-year managed service contract with Young's Brewery, grew sales organically by 30 per cent before swelling them, additionally by acquisitions. These included April's purchase of mobile reseller WN1 for £2 million and the takeover of network services provider ED Communications for up to £3 million in August, both deals described by SpiriTel as 'earnings enhancing'. The company, whose banking facility for new acquisitions has been increased, says it had bank debt of £2.6 million and cash of £292,000 at the end of October. Mills sounds optimistic, declaring an increased level of contacted revenues and a growing order pipeline 'underpin our expectations for the year'. Floated at 35p in 2004, SpiriTel shares had collapsed to 0.6p by autumn 2007. They have by now edged up to 0.92p, valuing the company at £5.5 million, and could rally further if Mills' medicine continues to work.
martin44
30/1/2009
22:52
In our Mobile product line, SpiriTel has collaborated with Blackberry manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) to promote software that interfaces with IP-PBX's and Blackberry Enterprise Servers, allowing PBX functionality to be extended to a mobile handset. More than 30% of our mobile revenues are now generated from converged devices such as Blackberrys. The importance of mobile applications as a revenue stream is also increasing and an eightfold growth means that mobile applications now represent almost 10% of revenues from our Mobile product line. With all the capabilities to intergrate Mobile with the VoiP and WIMAX connectivity that is being sold by Spirtel this is where the future lies and STP are there not just trialling it but selling it, tremendous!
martin44
30/1/2009
22:47
This reads well for the current half which has only 3 months left! Since the period end we have had further cross-selling successes, including the recently announced £0.6m contract with one of our global hotel customers. The majority of the contracts were won towards the end of the period and as a result, 'less than £80,000 of the revenue was booked during the first half.' The cross-selling successes were achieved from less than '1%' of our customer base and our recent assessment that the total telecommunications spend of our customers exceeds £80m indicates the significant upside opportunity for SpiriTel from existing customers. Many of these customers are increasingly looking to deliver savings by deploying converged services and consolidating their supplier base. Successful penetration of this total customer spend is a key target of the management team.
martin44
30/1/2009
22:38
HALF YEAR UNDERLYING EBITDA TO 31 OCTOBER 2008 270% ABOVE PRIOR YEAR! Six transformational acquisitions made Integrated communications portfolio completed Over 2,000 business customers now serviced by the Group EBITDA profitable and balance sheet restructured Three year £1m managed service contract with Young's announced and now CONTRACT WIN SPIRITEL WINS £1 MILLION NETWORK SERVICES AND VOIP CONTRACT The News just gets better and better......but the share price is still un noticed, wish I had some spare funds! Maybe that is the current problem not enough spare money around but I think not, the message just needs to get out.
martin44
29/1/2009
16:37
Now now SAGEM you know very well the 2x1,000,000 trades are a rollover. Net buys amounted to about £500 worth!
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