All the buzz as to not receiving enough info from management etc., etc, is for naught. The fact of the matter is WYY NEEDS to start closing significant deals. Piddling around with a couple of hundred thousand bucks here and there just isn't going to carry this through.
Anyone that spent a large amount of time in business knows that you can't save or talk yourself into success you need to sell your product for success to come calling.
I'm beginning to think a major shake up at the top, particularly in the sales and marketing areas is required.
I've been long on this for a very long time, its getting old.
JimR: The way I'd explain it is they just don't have a handle on sales. Good sales people close deals. I actually believe they have a good set of products but just don't have the sales force that brings home the bacon. Good sales people can sell bad products, and these guys have good products.
Under $ 70 today, good grief Lucy.
ILLP: Now you've got me worried. When the analysts start painting a better picture its time to consider heading for the hills.
I'm so deep in this thing it makes no sense to cut and run, just have to tough it out.
It appears the only hope for WYY is a major, high margin contract, probably with the Feds.
Woe is us. LOL
fjl: Having my own business I know that all orders that make a profit are good orders. Filling a small order is a lot better than staring at the phone and wishing something good would happen.
Additionally often time a small order
leads to a larger order or many larger orders.
I like you are frustrated with the dismal performance to date but unfortunately that's the way it is. I'm still looking for good things with puppy.