don't extrapolate the 3 coins you sent in last year. Look in the Press Releases and SEC docs. The number of coins submitted is there as well as the revenues. Simple arithmetic.
Percentage wise, the company makes almost all its money on coins submitted at shows. That is a fact. That is why they have shows.
If you are going to make points, make accurate ones. You have yet to produce a non-emotional factual post. Are you an 80 year old Chinese woman?
what could they possibly say there that they didn't say last week?
I would be asking why they were not growing as fast as competitors and why costs are so high. I think it's great that Norm is saving 3% on shipping costs by switching from FedEx to UPS but an intern could have done that too.
Last week was an unmitigated disaster. If these guys don't get their act together soon, the lights are going out there. Lots of people are going to be losing their jobs. Unfortunately, it will probably be all the new people just hired.
do you just pull info out your #$%$? $30? Try $20. Just a few years ago it was $18. You can verify yourself by looking at the coin revenue and number of coins graded.
PSA, by contrast, is about $8/card
I seriously think if it comes to that, they need to sell off the TAMs division. They bought it for only $16M and they could go multiples of that. ORBC would probably be a buyer as they supply the sat comms. Sell TAMs and invest the money in VMS.
exactly. What good is knowing where every forklift is if that doesn't get routed to the order picking system or cross docking system or putaway system? You can't be an island of automation. If the Analytics system not only gave reports but had a real time interface that these other systems could use, then it would be more useful.
But what do I know. I didn't go to Stanford
Maybe the issue is the VMS needs to talk to the WMS. What WMS's does this interface with? None that I know of. Partnering with Toyota is great but maybe they should partner with Manhattan Associates and Red Prairie. A SAP interface wouldn't hurt either.
Kind of how Avis wants the thing to do everything except pour their coffee in the morning. This is why I suggested a Voxware/IDSY alliance a while back
I plan on patiently waiting for sub-$6 to buy again and then selling on the next run-up to $7
Should Troy really be shut down? I thought break even was $17.50 and $3. Wouldn't it be better to keep on care and maint?
HL never seems to move up when metals move. Still torn on the deal.
her title was VP of Process Excellence (Quality) and was listed as one of two "Key Hires" with Norm Ellis being the other.
Maybe a better use of Andrea would have been to have her review the processes of clients who were sitting on the fence. This could have driven better results of the IDSY system and made the ROI better.
They have been at American Air for years and only have 3 hubs. They have been piloting at United Newark since December. That was the potential $7M deal with no follow up. What's the holdup? Larry T needs to get off the schnide or get canned too.
They announce deals but everything turns into a long pilot with no follow through. Their value proposition must not be as good as they claim or their implementation team is just plain incompetent
Andrea Jacobs was fired and is already the fall guy for Mike Ehrman's errors. Norm will be the fall guy for lack of sales growth.
There will also be layoffs. They went from 100+ employees to 135 in 1 year while sales only increased 15%.
$400K over 5 years on Monday and $300K over 5 years today. whooppppeee. Hey Norm, TAMs is low margin and has a ton of competitors. No one cares. Start selling some VMS or you are getting canned just like Andrea.
was she fired for the VAC4 manufacturing issues? Or possibly the process issues at Sunoco and Alcoa? Tough position for a new hire to be expected to fix years of issues in such a short time.
What the heck is Mike Ehrman doing?
The thing is, everything is great until it isn't. The first warning is a GOING CONCERN from the auditors which has happened two straight years