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CXN is a great medium to long term hold IMO, but as a short term trade their may be some significant SP gains made on the back of two potential project acquisitions. CXN are aspiring to increase their services and blue chip client base across the Asian region. As a comparison, Nasdaq listed Fiserv Inc. has a market cap of $US7.68B and holds the lion share of the financial services technology market in the US. The Chinese market will be comparable in size IMO, so it's no wonder CXN are looking to expand into this burgeoning market...

• CXN specializes in paperless billing solutions, electronic bill payments and loyalty and rewards marketing systems

• CXN already boasts blue chip clients such as Vodafone, Australia Post, Coca-cola Amatil, IBM, Jetstar and BNP Paribas and are looking build and expand on their business throughout Australia, Asia and China

• Prominent CXN investors include First Capital Partners (FCP), fund managers David Paradice and the Pratt family, Colin Bell of Bell Potter, and Packer family confidant Ashok Jacob, Challenger Financial Services and Schroders Investment Management

• Approximately one-third of Connxion Ventures is owned by First Capital Partners (FCP) who were instrumental in transforming underperforming Customers (CUS) into a company with revenues of nearly $100M and pre tax profit of $3.9 million in 2008-09. CUS is expected to increase earnings per share by 360% in 2009-10

• FCP have similar aspirations for CXN and are targeting annualised revenue of $100M within 3 years- Importantly punters need to remember that a similar team was responsible for share price growth of approximately 500% for CUS

• CXN are currently looking at two potential acquisitions which will enhance its regional data services platform and client base. Considering we are so close to the holiday break I believe news (for maximum effect) won’t be announced until just after Easter?



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Key clients of CXN already include IBM, Vodafone & Singapore Post- it won't be a difficult sell IMO to increase their client base:

Paperless Telecom: Verizon gets aggressive about electronic billing

Feb 19, 2009, By Joan Engebretson

Communications service providers are getting serious about reducing the amount of paper they consume. The drive to “go green” is part of the motivation behind paperless telecom, but increasingly telecom companies are seeing financial benefits as well. Verizon is just one telecom service provider—along with Cox Communications, AT&T and others- that has benefited itself and the environment by reducing paperwork through green initiatives such as online ordering and electronic billing and payment.

As Mike Coyne put it, “Doing the right thing is actually saving money.”

As director of finance operations for the services organization at Verizon, Coyne oversees billing for Verizon’s three main business units—consumer landline, business and wireless. Each unit generates about 25 million bills each month, and bills for all customers are available in a secure manner online. Increasingly customers are relying solely on the online option. For 2008, 8% of Verizon’s consumer landline customers, 18% of wireless customers and 32% of business customers chose to forego the option to receive a paper copy.

“Verizon has very aggressive goals to significantly increase that,” Coyne said. “The goal is to double the number every year for the next several years.”

Verizon also is considering offering some type of incentive to customers to opt out of paper bills. On the consumer side, one option might be to include electronic billing as part of a discounted multi-play service bundle. Another possibility might be to automatically enter people into a drawing to win a prize.

On the business side, where bills can include thousands of pages, Verizon is already offering incentives. As Coyne explained, “We’re going to senior-level management and saying, ‘Perhaps we can plant a tree in your name and you can get some good publicity from it in the home town of your headquarters location.’”

Qwest Communications has already found some success with financial incentives for its customers to go green. Qwest heavily promotes a “Pay It Green” initiative to encourage customers to pay their bills electronically and eliminate paper billing. “For customers that sign up, we actually give 1% of their total bill to the K-12 school of their choice within our 14-state local service region,” said Darrell Lingk, director of Environmental Health and Safety at Qwest.

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Recent Radio Broadcast (20/08/2008 15:00:00):
CXN - Connxion in the Right Place, with the Right Clients, at the Right Time - Mr David Colvin, Managing Director

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In reply to: cable-guy on Saturday 27/08/05 05:09pm

Long time since last comment...BUT..there has been some very interesting wins for this small company. It's product seems sound, why else would companies like IBM or Telstra take interest in their product?
In trading halt yesterday and today...pending ann. tomorrow..yet another BIG deal stitched up I hope...Some impressive names as clients...and the list is growing steadily..

Hope to be buying some more! smile.gif


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In reply to: cable-guy on Friday 26/08/05 03:54pm

this stcokis tighly held and is run by some good punters. i hear there is a deal that is about to be signed that will make it cashflow +ve.

giben the price action on friday (1mio) I would say average daily vlume is aournd 200k and its move up in price . this deal prob has been signed.

do you own research but these gys are onto a good thing

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In reply to: cable-guy on Thursday 04/08/05 05:42am

punters have a look at this , biggest volume since floated and a nice move, something is up.

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In reply to: cable-guy on Wednesday 12/01/05 09:07am

Ive put this on my waych list.

good technology

smart management

shares tighlyheld

and about to become cashflow positive, they are gaining momnetum with signing up new clinets, in oz and asia .

i think its one to watch

post Posted: Jan 12 2005, 09:07 AM
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this floats tomorrow, seearticle in fin reveiw. could be one to watch, while not making money yet, the amagement is pretty impressive and 80% of the shares are held in escrow for 2 years .

thus only 18mio share are tradable.good if going up , no so good for liquidity

it could be worth picking up after a few weeks once it has settled down

, or putting on you watch list.


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