Island Pacific (IPI)

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Titolo crollato a causa della trimestrale non brillante ma non proprio pessima, in quanto ha mostrato una leggera perdita...

potrebbe essere interessante nel breve trovare un punto di ingresso, anche in considerazione dei volumi visti venerdi scorso....

fondamentali ora ragionevoli visto il crollo del prezzo.

Le aspettative per la prossima trimestrale,,,
sono discrete in quanto viene detto che ci sara un utile,,

sono gia EDBTA positivi quindi in realta non perdono soldi a tutti gli effetti,,,
e il bilancio mostra come i debiti siano gradualmente in diminuzione,,,,

entrerei tra 1,1 e 1,3,,,,,

opinioni sempre gradite anche perche il bottom 'e sempre difficile da indovinare...

ciao

Paolo

PS: qualcuno potrebbe mettere un grafo di questa nobile decaduta :D:D:D:D


Island Pacific, Inc. Reports Third Quarter Results
Friday February 13, 8:30 am ET
Combination with Page Digital and Proposed Acquisition of Retail Technologies International Positions Company for Future Growth


IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 13, 2004-- Island Pacific (AMEX:IPI - News), a leading global provider of multi-channel application software technology and services for the retail industry, today announced fiscal results for the third quarter ended December 31, 2003.
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For the third fiscal quarter ended December 31, 2003, the Company reported revenues of $5.1 million, compared to the $7.1 million reported in the same period of the prior fiscal year. For the three months ended December 31, 2003, the company reported a loss from continuing operations of ($346,000), compared to income from continuing operations of $391,000 for the same period of the prior fiscal year. The Company reported a net loss available to common stockholders of ($530,000), or ($0.01) per diluted share :(:(:(, versus net income of $131,000, or $0.01 per share, for the year-earlier quarter. For the fiscal 2004 period, the company recorded EBITDA of $438,000, compared to $1.6 million in the same period of the prior fiscal year. The Company reported gross profit of $3.7 million for the period ended December 31, 2003, versus $4.9 million for the year-earlier period.

For the nine months ended December 31, 2003, the Company reported revenues of $17.3 million, compared to $15.8 million reported for the same period last year; EBITDA of $3.4 million versus an EBITDA of $581,000; and income from continuing operations of $638,000, compared to a loss from continuing operations of ($4.0) million for the same period last year.

"We are disappointed with the results of our sales and marketing initiatives and the fact that several significant orders we expected to receive in the third quarter were delayed," said Harvey Braun, Island Pacific's Chairman and CEO. "Our results for the quarter were somewhat impacted by the acquisition and integration of Page Digital and the negotiations to acquire Retail Technologies International (RTI), but we believe that these combinations will make Island Pacific a formidable provider of technology solutions to small and mid-sized retailers in the future, as well as strengthen our management team. Our expectations are that with the integration of Page Digital and RTI and their corresponding sales and marketing teams, our ability to penetrate new and existing markets will significantly enhance our ability to sell and market all of our products more effectively. In fact, the response from RTI's reseller channel has exceeded our expectations for potential sales of IP Express.

"Next week, over 40 RTI distribution partners will be attending training at our Irvine facility, which will enable them to not only sell IP Express but a number of our alliance products as well. We are dedicating a considerable amount of time integrating products and personnel so that the transition for our customers and resellers will be as seamless as possible. We should also benefit from a rationalization of overhead. I am pleased to report that the customer response, as demonstrated at our recent User's Conference, was overwhelmingly positive to our strategic direction.

"The strategy that we have been executing over the last 12 months has now enabled us to become a fully integrated multi-channel retail solutions provider to small through large specialty retailers," continued Mr. Braun. "While revenue growth has been slower than expected, we are confident that we have all of the pieces in place to generate significant revenue and earnings growth over time. We believe in the coming months that customers, partners, and shareholders will see the power of this combination."

Some of the highlights of the third quarter included:

Acquisition of Page Digital. Island Pacific announced the acquisition of Page Digital, a leading provider of open systems-based, end-to-end, multi-channel commerce solutions. The acquisition closed in early February. Each company has already successfully cross-marketed products to the other company's respective client base.
Letter of Intent. Subsequent to the end of the third quarter, the Company announced that it had entered into a Letter of Intent to acquire RTI. RTI is a leading provider of retail management store solutions, via an international network of resellers, to small through mid-tier retailers. Shortly after the announcement, Island Pacific signed its first customer, Tadashi Shoji and Associates, Inc. Tadashi is an upscale women's apparel company.
New customer wins. The Perfume Shop, a leading European retailer, signed a contract to license Island Pacific's Merchandising Solution product running on an IBM iSeries platform, as well as implementation services and client training.
Signing of key value-added reseller. The company announced the signing of an agreement with i2 Technologies Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end supply chain management solutions. Island Pacific will market, sell, install, interface to, and support i2's Merchandise Planning, INFOREM Forecasting and Replenishment, and Demand Profiling solutions.
New product sales. The Company had a positive response to newly released IP Viewpoint, a report generating tool based on the iSeries platform. Additionally, many new customers deployed IP Synaro WebStore, providing real-time integration between online storefront and fulfillment systems.
Improved balance sheet. The Company cancelled a convertible note :):):):) with a face value of $1.4 million and warrants to purchase 2.5 million shares of the company's common stock held by Toys "R" Us, in accordance with an agreement which provided, inter alia, for providing software and services to the toy retailer.
Business Outlook

Island Pacific expects to report fourth quarter revenue, for the period ending March 31, 2004, of $7 million to $8 million, and to generate net income of $0.02 to $0.03 per diluted share. :):):):)This outlook includes revenue from the Page Digital acquisition, but excludes any revenue from RTI.
 
oggi tiene il prezzo....
volumi discreti...

secondo voi lo fa un bel rimbalzo nel breve?????

ciao

P
 
ciao Paolino, di fretta come solito... :mad:

x me i "tuoi" 1.3-1.1 sono buoni... ma piuttosto di 1.1 metterei il classico "ticckettino" sopra 1 tondo x mediare! ;)
 

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ce la fa questa volta ?
 
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Ormai è andata.
A questo giro molte le hanno fatte partire a sorpresa .Se c'eri dentro bene , sennò con una o due candelone le hanno mandate in orbita e ritorno
 
siamo di nuovo ai minimi con questo titolo. Che succede?;):rolleyes:
 
nel grafico siamo vicini a 1 incrocio tra mm20 e mm 100
 

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casini contabili e dimissioni del management il 23\5
ITEM 5.02(a)(1) AND (b)

On May 17, 2005, Corinne Bertrand resigned as the Chief Financial Officer of Island Pacific, Inc. (the "Company") and on May 18, 2005, Michael Tomczak resigned as a director of the Company. Both Ms. Bertrand and Mr. Tomczak have asserted that their resignations are the result of disagreements with the Company's board of directors (the "Board") regarding the scope and manner of the Board's current internal review and investigation of revenue recognition for certain transactions during its 2003, 2004 and 2005 fiscal years, which review and investigation were previously disclosed in the Company's Form 8-K filed on April 20, 2005. Mr. Tomczak's resignation letter is attached as exhibit 17.1. The Board disagrees with Ms. Bertrand's and Mr. Tomczak's position and characterization of the Board's continuing review and investigation. The Company has retained independent counsel and a forensic accountant selected by Mr. Tomczak and Ms. Bertrand to conduct the review. The Board believes that such review is, and will be, thorough, extensive and complete. Once the review is complete, which the Company currently anticipates should be within 30 days, the Company's Board will make a determination regarding whether any of the Company's filings relating to the fiscal years ended 2003, 2004 and 2005 need to be restated. Mr. Tomczak previously stated that his resignation was due to a conflict of interest arising from the Company's continuing negotiations with Multi-Channel Holdings, Inc.
 
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EXHIBIT 17.1

May 18, 2005

Dear Michael,

I am writing to submit my resignation as a member of the Board of Directors of Island Pacific, Inc., effective immediately.

Corinne Bertrand and I first raised serious questions of revenue recognition with the Board and the Audit Committee more than three months ago. Despite repeated urgings by Ms. Bertrand and me, the Board has not seen fit to conduct a thorough, complete and independent internal investigation of all the relevant facts, without unnecessary limitations as to scope. I see no indication that the Board's attitude is likely to change or that it is likely to take these issues seriously. Accordingly, the time has come for me to separate myself from the Board.

Sincerely,

/s/ Mike Tomczak
 
adolar ha scritto:
siamo a 0,1. Da seguire


e' un cesso yahoo da come price book 0,25 ma se vai a vedere sul balance sheet il book value e' super negativo con un goodwill alle stelle :eek:

Net Tangible Assets ($13,184)

la parentesi serve ad indicare la negativita'
 
secondo me' fallisce,oppure tirano avant con aumento di capitale per un po,troppi debiti 0 cash
 
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