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Aug 30 2012

iSite revenues slip slightly

The Styles & Wood UK-based IT subsidiary, iSite, which “provides clients with technology based property information solutions that store, manage and communicate critical data relating to their property portfolio and associated property activities,” has seen revenues drop in the first six months of 2012, compared to the same period in 2011. An interim report from …

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Apr 15 2011

iSite steady

The latest financial results from retail fit-out specialist Styles & Wood include figures for its property management solutions business, iSite – formerly StoreData (post), but it seems not yet “S&W Intelligence” (post; perhaps the rebrand has been quietly shelved?). Whatever, iSite continues to supply services to UK high street names such as Tesco, Nationwide and …

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Feb 17 2011

Accounting for Aconex

The recent boardroom bickering at Melbourne, Australia-based construction collaboration technology vendor Aconex prompted me to take a look at its recent financial performance, just in case there were financially-inspired reasons behind the apparent shareholder unrest. While the pre-credit crunch double-digit growth figures are no longer being achieved, it appears the international spread of Aconex’s operations …

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Dec 21 2010

Asite – steady

Asite’s latest trading announcement talks growth but the recession is hitting SaaS vendors’ project-based collaboration revenues. Amid the flurry of discussion about BIW’s acquisition by Conject (post) and the NEC3 announcement regarding 4Projects and BIW (post), I almost overlooked a news release from rival UK SaaS construction collaboration vendor Asite concerning its trading performance for …

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Oct 19 2010

Pessimistic Unit4’s revenues down, but profits up

Unit4 Collaboration Software (until February 2010 known as Business Collaborator – post), the UK-based provider of construction collaboration technologies (and other applications) recently filed its annual report and accounts for the year to 31 December 2009 at Companies House. This time last year (post), the company’s directors were not optimistic about their ability to deliver …

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Aug 31 2010

An update on iSite

Following last week’s post about iSite (the construction collaboration – sorry, make that property management – technology business formerly known as StoreData), I have been looking at the business’s recent financial performance – as revealed in the latest interim report (PDF) from parent company Styles & Wood, published last week. In the six months to …

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Apr 17 2010

StoreData revenues slide, but profit up in 2009

Preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2009 from Styles and Wood show that its retail-oriented construction collaboration solution provider StoreData suffered another fall in revenues, though increased margins meant it returned an increased profit (see 2008 results post). The year 2009 was described as “exceptionally challenging” for the Group, with rising unemployment, lower …

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Nov 20 2009

The conject interview

Having recently received a comment from Chris Brandt, CTO at conject, I thought it was high time that I took a more detailed look at this construction and real estate collaboration vendor. Based in Munich, Germany, but with operations across most of Europe, conject has gradually been expanding its international reach beyond Europe. It has …

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Sep 07 2009

Sword CTSpace in recovery mode?

After looking at BuildOnline (UK) Ltd’s 2007 performance recently (see BuildOnline’s UK downward drift), I have been researching the recent performance of the whole Sword CTSpace group (in effect, the combined BuildOnline/Citadon operation acquired by Sword group in December 2007). Poring through the 2008 Annual and Financial Report (pdf) of the Sword Group, I found …

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