I agree with hot1tip that this is effectively dead money for at least 18+ months given that they have telegraphed operating losses for quite a while into the future. Doubt if anyone wants to buy them even if the price is relatively low for the "enterprise" since the "enterprise" is losing money and will continue to burn cash for the next few years, with no guarantee that they can turn this around.
considering yoy revs will be down a full 25 percent going forward and annual losses will be in the neighborhood of $20 mill/ yr for the next 2 years, this will only serve to reduce the cash $1/sh through 2015 if all cylinders are firing. This projects for a fair value price at current levels and one can only hope for a larger client to buy this company and put a couple coins in shareholders pockets. There is no real organic growth, but there is a very good product---Time to capitalize on it before TNAV becomes obsolete imo. Start shopping for acquirers!