Tag Archive: Environment Agency

Jan 31 2014

Asite gearing up to launch Adoddle 17

Double digit revenue growth and a ‘game-changing’ software release on 17 March are making SaaS vendor Asite excited about the future. London, UK-based construction collaboration and e-procurement technology developer Asite is gearing up for a major launch of its new release, Adoddle 17, on 17 March 2014 (St Patrick’s Day; Asite CEO Tony Ryan is …

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Dec 23 2010

Asite does enterprise deal with Canary Wharf Contractors

Asite seeks to differentiate its collaboration offering through its own definition of ‘pure SaaS’. According to a news release earlier this week, London-based construction collaboration vendor Asite has signed a five-year enterprise deal to provide its SaaS platform to support Canary Wharf Contractors’ projects. I don’t normally write about new deals, but there were a …

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Apr 07 2009

Asite shares slide

Shares in SaaS collaboration vendor Asite have continued their slide downwards in the wake of last week’s news that the company is to de-list from the London Stock Exchange. They closed at 1.125p yesterday, equalled their all-time low of 1.00p again during trading today before plunging to close at just 0.375p, down 66% on the …

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May 07 2008

Breeding toxins from dead PCs

I am off later this afternoon to Think 08 sustainability event at the ExCel in east London (which I can just see through the haze across the River from where I live in south-east London) – where (time-permitting) I also hope to meet up with two or three fellow bloggers (see iSite post). While on …

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