I believe Pockscript is easily separable from and not technically reliant upon the Zixcorp data center
by way of example, the three other primary escrip providers have no such data center
in stark contrast, the entire technical/interoperable and marketing model for the e-secure biz unit is founded in the data center
IMO, the data center stays with the e-secure unit
the e-health unit, more specifically, the escrip payer landscape Zix owns/will own in Q1, the related human talent/relationships and Pocketscript technology (which was originally developed without the data center) can be independently sold off with literally no technical complicating fanfare
FWIW I have previuosly posted that I think pocketscripts gets 1-2 dollars a share in cash for Zix in an asset sale. That is 50-100 million dollars into the company coffers from an acquirer like Mckesson, IBM, Siemens, WebMD or another? This is a large premium over the purchase price. Anything over this price IMO would be the result of a 'bidding war' between two very interested parties. This could happen IMO, particlurly if the landscape grab as simp describes goes well for zix. The asett sale is necessary as the process to take pocketscripts to profitablility is very capital rich as the second article about consolidation that simp earlier posted discusses. All IMO.