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dotcom_angel 15 posts  |  Last Activity: 16 hours ago Member since: Jan 27, 2001
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  • dotcom_angel by dotcom_angel 16 hours ago Flag

    anyone know their average length of time for converting booked / backlog business to a completed system installation when that full revenue after the install can be recognized? seems for 3 years IMRS keeps touting this $100M+ backlog but its never gone down much and VERY unclear actually long it takes from first booking a deal and getting the customer deposit to getting the system installation completed and being able to recognize revenue.

    wouldnt these hospitals require the system to get installed withing 6-12 months after purchase I would think????????

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • dotcom_angel by dotcom_angel Jul 15, 2014 9:37 PM Flag

    a close above the 50 DMA of $7.75 would be a good upward trend sign.... very close here.

  • nice to see they upgraded their website with much better content and resources.... pretty cool and can access on mobile devices. (all pretty much meaningless unless it helps start growing the revenue!!)

    can someone kick this to jump from $1 to $2 please on some good news?

  • other SaaS firms like CRM and WDAY trade at 12-15x price to sales. to me EGHT at 5x seems cheap and a incredible buy at these levels for a high growth SaaS play. much smaller firm but solid technology like the big players. would buy it all day in the 7s

  • dotcom_angel by dotcom_angel Jul 1, 2014 9:19 PM Flag

    went from 300k-400k shares traded average down to 50k the past few weeks.... where did everybody go?

  • dotcom_angel by dotcom_angel Jul 1, 2014 9:12 PM Flag

    New to EGHT but seems a good entry point now to get in. Crossed the 50 DMA of 8.21 today so will look for it to close above that very soon and continue upward trend. all the bad news appears to be behind them.

    the price to sales is still higher than competitors so thats a concern. but 2-3 years from now it should be trading much higher after they put that additional cash to use to build out internationally.

  • n the 2014 first quarter, we continued the work toward building a sustainable medical device company on top of our significant year of transition in 2013
    had to re-read this to compel me to not puke in the bucket on this company.....

    some comments from Q1 earnings call that tell me this company is worth more than .80 #$%$%ing cents

    The Company’s net loss improved to $0.15 per share in the 2014, first quarter compared to a net loss of $0.18 per share in the same period last year.

    For the 2014 full year we still expect to achieve gross margins of approximately 40%.

    While IMRIS does not provide earnings guidance, the Company does expect to be cash flow neutral in 2014.

    The VISIUS iCT is the first and only ceiling mounted intraoperative CT available.

    Consumable products are key revenue drivers for IMRIS that we expect will enhance our longer term profitability.

    The SYMBIS Surgical System, that’s the first surgical robot in the world that is compatible with both MR and CT imaging systems.We are driving hard to achieve the goal of seeking initial regulatory clearance to perform a simple procedure using a SYMBIS by late this year or early 2015.

    ooking at the balance sheet, we had cash, restricted cash and accounts receivable totaling $25.8 million in March 31.Total order backlog at the end of the quarter was $110.4 million, an increase of $8 million from the prior year quarter.

    We anticipate based on our operating plan the total cash and non-cash operating expenses in 2014 to be approximately $33 million which is consistent with previous guidance.

    It is very clear that we have the highest quality, best dose management product on the market, period.

    IMRIS has a bright future, excellent growth potential and cutting edge technologies to offer its customers.

  • eom disgusting this stock and the lame excuses mgmt has given the past 3 years i should have sold at 3 and cut my losses to 50% then

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    by boardwalk97 May 30, 2014 2:49 PM
    dotcom_angel dotcom_angel May 30, 2014 3:27 PM Flag

    so true bunch of BS the past 3 years of this $100M backglog thats gone nowhere.

  • short shares down to 330k - down from 500k. guess thats a positive.

  • dotcom_angel by dotcom_angel May 23, 2014 11:14 PM Flag

    fairly valued at 2. was a buy at 2...does any relevant analyst know this company exists? Jay get your #$%$ on the investor conference trail.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    $25M in cash and AR...pretty good

    by dotcom_angel May 21, 2014 4:46 PM
    dotcom_angel dotcom_angel May 23, 2014 12:36 AM Flag

    eat #$%$ to the two thumbs down ratings feel free to post your opinions rather than only show the pathetic thumbs down.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • imris content/events-presentations

  • I interpreted this from the Q1 press release to mean IMRS will be at break even in 2014 vs losing money.....am I reading that wrong? "Cash flow neutral"..... looking for some bright spot in the earnings report.

    "While IMRIS does not provide earnings guidance, the Company does expect to be cash flow neutral in 2014."

  • Thoughts from other longs or shorts here?

    Possible scenarios:
    1. Goes higher if good Q1 earnings, sales growth and path to 2014 profitability is clear (according to Q4 earnings call "our expectation for revenues is to range between $44 million to $46 million in 2014 total cash and non-cash operating expenses in 2014 to be approximately $33 million" - - should be profitable in 2014, no?)
    2. Remains flat based on lackluster Q1 results and more mgmt excuses about "a challenging environment"
    3. Goes lower if mgmt indicates more financing is needed causing further dilution and/or reverse split
    4. What else?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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