Since October 2017 is Artilium a shareholder in Pareteum. Since that moment is that share doubled in price. They (Arta.l) hold almost 20%. It looks like a good investment on paper, not yet in the price of the stock. Why?
Think I will be following you out the door Zellon but my holding is now small so I will add it to my cash pile and buy more Dart Group at these prices. Goods will still come from Europe and people will still holiday there so looks over sold. Good luck with your own investment.
I completely sold all my holdings..after holding for many years I decided it's time to move on.
Nothing substantial is happening here. Re-invested in VOG which has the potential to double in half a year time
My monitary holding is very much smaller as I never offloaded on this one. Holding for the long term is on average better than trading in my view but you do get caught out sometimes like this one. I was of the view they could turn it around and that could still happen but maybe too late. I will hold to see if anything happens at this stage.
April 2016 Comsys will provide a Ring Back Tone solution to the Telecom operator Tele2. Subscribers of Tele2 can select music as the ringtone to their callers.
Comsys Ring Back Tone solution will be provided to Tele2s Baltic markets: Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. The solution will be available for millions of customers, supporting dynamic content for each market. The Ring Back Tone solution is part of the pan-European value added services environment delivered by Comsys. The solution runs in a distributed private cloud of Tele2, which provides huge flexibility to expand quickly the Ring Back Tone service to other countries.
In addition to the Ring Back Tone solution, Tele2 is using IVR, Survey, Flow Builder, Intelligent Roaming, IVR Outbound Dialer and the Missed Call Alert solutions from Comsys for all of its European subscribers.
The Ring Back Tone solution is available out of the box, easy to connect and easily integrated over web interfaces to any content party and the existing telecommunications environment of the mobile operator. All Comsys offerings provide REST interfaces for third party integrations.
Just a quick update to update you on some recent activities:
* In the last week we have been to the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona; both Comsys and Artilium were present on the event. We have had interesting meetings with partners, potential customers and obviously have taken a look at all new developments in the world of mobile. We look forward to the follow up from the event and will update you as soon as tangible results will come from this.
* We have redone the website of *bliep. Next to our sim cards we have also started to sell iPhones from which we expect we can increase the sales and customer base. Take a look at www.bliep.nl
I would like to take this opportunity to update you on the progress that we are making as well as an additional acquisition that we are announcing today. Yesterday we have given a trading update to keep you up-to-date with our developments. As you are aware we ambitious in growing our business in the years ahead. And we are making significant progress. For this (financial) year we expect to grow our revenues with almost 30%. And we are expanding our business internationally; we already have customers in 20 countries and will continue to develop further. With exciting developments ahead.
One example is today's acquisition of Livecom (www.livecom.com). Livecom is a specialist in customer interaction management, providing a single web application that handles all customer contacts via chat, e-mail, voice as well as the expert knowledge base. In addition, Livecom is expanding its offering to include new customer interaction channels such as Whatsapp. Livecom has a strong customer base in the Netherlands and the integration of Livecoms business with our subsidiary Comsys offers an exciting opportunity for Artilium. Comsys has already established Artilium in the call centre market and the addition of Livecoms application presents exciting new capabilities creating additional value to our customers and additional growth opportunities for us.
I am happy to see that our business has started growing which is a turnaround compared to previous years. I am confident that we will continue this and would like to thank you for the continued support.
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2014 did not work out, 2015 has been worse so far, what do you think for 2016. It is getting towards half the value it was in 2014. Of course the value of the shares pre 2014 were much greater than these amounts. I have held on in the hope of a rally but it seems the share does not respond to good news only bad as it drifts forever downwards.
What was not mentioned in the PR is that Arta bought Speakup Belgium only. Thats a small part from Speakup company (holland). Because of this acquisition Arta and Speakup will work closely toghether. Interesting combination
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