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May 01 2009

Do StoreData results indicate slowdown in UK construction collaboration market?

With Asite‘s financial performance now less public following its delisting from London’s AIM earlier this week, it is more difficult to assess what impact the recession is having on collaboration vendors. However, troubled retail fit-out specialist contractor Styles & Wood has a support business, StoreData, which competes in the UK construction collaboration technology market, and …

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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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Mar 27 2009

Asite to de-list from AIM to trim costs

The board of UK-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor Asite is looking to take the company private, according to an announcement to the London Stock Exchange this morning. The resolution to de-list will be put to a general meeting in London on 20 April 2009, and, subject to shareholder approval, the de-listing will be effective …

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Jan 06 2009

Asite chairman steps down

Less than a month after Peter Rogers resigned as a director of UK-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor Asite (see post), the company has announced (via the London Stock Exchange RNS) that Colin Goodall is stepping down as chairman. He is also “resigning from the Board of Asite with immediate effect and … Mr Walter …

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Dec 18 2008

Another Asite director steps down

According to a London Stock Exchange announcement, Peter Rogers (technical director and co-founder of Stanhope Plc) has resigned from the board of UK construction collaboration provider Asite plc with immediate effect. It adds: “An announcement regarding Mr. Rogers’ replacement will be made shortly.” Earlier this year, BAA executive Mathew Riley also resigned as a non-executive …

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Jul 11 2008

Asite directors buy shares

Two directors of London Stock Exchange-listed construction collaboration technology provider Asite have been buying shares in the company, according to an RNS announcement. Chairman Colin Goodall yesterday purchased his first shares, 150,000 of them, at an average price of 1.80 pence, giving him approximately 0.15 per cent of the issued ordinary share capital of the …

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Jun 20 2008

Asite finally returns to growth

UK construction collaboration technology vendor Asite has published its end-of-year results for the financial year ending 31 December 2007 (see London Stock Exchange notice). Building on the promising first half of the year (see Asite stops the rot), the company has finally reversed the declining revenues experienced for the previous three years, generating a turnover …

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May 19 2008

Asite non-exec steps down

Mathew Riley, a non-executive director of UK construction collaboration technology vendor Asite “will be stepping down from the Board of Asite with immediate effect”. According to the London Stock Exchange announcement, the Asite board do not currently plan to appoint another non-executive director to take his place. According to the Asite website, Riley is (or at least was) “Commercial Director for …

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