Your comment "rag-tag low-budget software" proves you have an obvious agenda to BASH the company. You provide no info that substatiates your claim.
HERE IS THE TRUTH:
OneScreen's Media Graph(SM) a Finalist in 2013 American Business Awards(SM)
IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - May 9, 2013) - OneScreen Inc's Media Graph(SM) was named a finalist today in the best new Business-to-Business Media Product category of the 2013 American Business Awards, and will ultimately be a Gold, Silver, or Bronze Stevie® Award winner in the program.
More than 3,200 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration in a wide range of categories. OneScreen's Media Graph is nominated in the Best New Product or Service category for Business-to-Business Media Products.
Finalists were chosen by more than 140 business professionals nationwide during preliminary judging in April and May. More than 150 members of nine specialized judging committees will determine Stevie Award placements from among the Finalists during final judging, to take place May 13 - 24.
"We are pleased to see Media Graph recognized by the American Business Awards," says OneScreen CEO and founder Atul Patel. "We've spent the past several years dedicating ourselves to building this product that not only provides video stakeholders with end-to-end video technologies, but also makes it easy for them to connect in our fragmented industry to shape the new era of television where audiences can access video everywhere. We are honored to be recognized for our work that we believe will revolutionize the business of video, much like LinkedIn and Facebook have changed the way business and personal networking is done."
The American Business Awards are the nation's premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the U.S.A. are eligible to submit nominations -- public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small.
This article about ADTM did show up TODAY on Yahoo Finance website for CRTO and FUEL which ironically is much better publicity than showing up on for ADTM.
IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 25, 2014) - Multi-channel audience and content monetization company, Adaptive Medias, Inc. (OTCQB: ADTM), a leader in programmatic advertising across mobile, video and online display, today announced a partnership with Beanstock Media. The partnership will enable Beanstock to leverage Adaptive's proprietary mobile ad-serving platform, Ember, designed to enhance mobile monetization efforts, increase optimization, and boost scalability for its partners.
Why buy this company? Copy what they do and do it better.
Google's Answer: There is no second choice.
Oh but wait you must be so much more smarter than those at the multi-billion dollar company Google.
The Hipcricket Partneship Allows MM to Offer its Customers a Phone # DB 2nd only to Facebook
Hippcricket currently has more than 45 million active mobile phone numbers collected from the many campaigns it has managed for its brand customers. This phone number data base is second only to Facebook in the mobile ad space. Hipcricket’s total mobile marketing service suite reminds us of the platform of products and services that Aquantive built so successfully for online marketers prior to being purchased by Microsoft for more than $6 billion.
Adaptive Media, a subsidiary of Mimvi, Inc today announced that Meghan O'Holleran has joined the company as Vice President of Mobile and Steve Rubin as Vice President of Monetization.
O'Holleran joins Adaptive Media from Mobclix, a Velti Company, where she served as Vice President for Client Services and oversaw millions of dollars in quarterly revenues from two distinct business lines, Mobclix and Velti Media Network. Prior to this, she developed the mobile, rich media and dynamic ad offerings at Traffic Marketplace, where she worked with Mimvi CEO and Adaptive Media Founder, Qayed Shareef.
MM BETTER BETTER BETTER buy HIPP. MM's biggest competition, Google, just proved it has a true weakness in mobile advertising and marketting and an OTC company HIPP was THE solution. Big companies like modellise have a lot of $ to throw at MM but they wont do it wrecklessly exposing themselve to infringment etc..
Google couldnt gurantee that patent infringement protection on its own. it needs HIPP and MM needs to puonce on that weekness and buy the ONE company that even big bad google recognized can guarantee providing mobile marketing services to big companies WHILE ALSO PROTECTING THEM FROM BEING SUBJECT TO PATENT INFRINGMENT. HIPP has the best mobile services capability AND the patenetded legal cover included. WIN WIN!!!
This is fodder for day traders until it files for bkrcy. Its top shelf clientele will not renew campaigns. Obviously they didn't have enough top shelf clientele otherwise receivables would have been collectable. They sold services to the all of the riff raff who never had intentions of paying and the few reputable clients they had who did pay couldn't carry make up the gap to the tune of $100 million. There are just too many well run competitors, who are in no danger of bankruptcy, now swooping in to provide services to the cream of Velti's clients. They don't have the cash to fight the multitude of lawsuits and also run the business. While Velti fights to survive, its competition will instead be dedicating their resources toward continued growth. Unfortunately for Velti, their good clients have better managed and cleaner run companies to flock to. ONLY THE STRONG SURVIVE...VELTI IS WEAK...AND NOW ON DEATH WATCH!!!
I am a long who hasn't posted in a very long time. I am looking for the board where the longs now share/discuss pertinent info for longs. I have been long for a few years and am holding. Any info to join the new board would be appreciated.
This board has truly become a cesspool of idiotic bashers who never back up their posts with any facts. BTW bashers, opinions are not facts; they are just like butt holes...everyone has one and they ALL stink. Try using facts bozos!! I dare you!!,l;
That was probably the best post in a while. Again, it represents logic based on all of the realities of the current state of the company after it has undergone some turbulent circumstances. I have been invested since it was branded Modavox and I have continued to invest based on the risk/reward and have accumulated 120,000 shares at a pretty good cost basis. I doubt that there is any significant bad news baked into the current pps and I actually agree that the current pps is reflecting irrational pessimism. Irrational investors who want big returns also want to buy shares low when the story and the news on the stock is all positive and management has the company running on all cylinders, reaping huge profits. Good luck finding that company and you might as well spend your time searching for the Holy Grail instead. The naysayers always bash and use childish gibberish and comments that are completely devoid of any supporting DD.
I find it quite satisfying to know that they will miss out on this investment and all others that offer substantial upside. They are the chaff, the boys, the average Joe, the one who caught the average size fish, the one who married the plain average girl instead of the hottie he had balls too small to approach. Yes this investment requires big balls and I don’t blame the small-balled basher for not investing. It’s not their fault they inherited their dads yellow belly and mini-balls.
Justnik comments are clearly examples of what happens when you eat lead-paint chips during the devlopemental years. Don't try and make sense of it. Just tell him you like the helmet he was precribed by his neurologist and shrink, agree with his psycho-babble, and wait till his attention gets captured by a shinny object in his home and then he will go away.
Xiam™ enables service providers and mobile operators to proactively promote discovery and usage of content and services through personalized offers to individual subscribers. Finding the right audiences for content and services is easy for the Xiam solution because it uses advanced discovery techniques (a 360° view of all available assets) as well as a sophisticated recommendations engine to bring relevant offers to each individual user.
The Xiam real-time recommendations technology helps deliver compelling and relevant offers to end-users by leveraging a comprehensive understanding of what content is available along with a unique knowledge of customers. Xiam uses a number of recommendation techniques and algorithms to bring digital resources to subscribers that are in tune with who they are — applications, music, video, games and offers — and help them discover content and promotions they might not otherwise have gotten to.
By complementing the service provider's existing environment, and by unifying views of complex mixes of content and services and diverse customer bases, Xiam dramatically increases the usage of content and services, subscriber commitment, and operator revenues. The technology can also support bringing already owned content and applications to a more featured location on the device through the UI in interesting and powerful ways.
Qualcomm Bets On Mobile Ads
March 11, 2008
Qualcomm continues to invest outside its core business of wireless chips: The company has purchased Irish mobile advertising firm Xiam for $32 million. Xiam's demographic/behavioral targeting software lets mobile carriers offer their subscribers customized ads and content offers, like music, games, etc. Qualcomm says the deal "will be neutral" to its 2008 earnings.
Make no mistake; Qualcomm is a definite infringer on Augme IP. They purchased a behavioral targeting company name Xiam back in 2008 and have since incorporated their behavioral targeting technology into their Qualcomm Brew platform.
If Qualcomm has had (or does still has) any interest in acquiring Augme is an area of speculation but any supposed interest by QUALCOMM is most likely not solely based on the shared patent filing services they both use. I am sure that shared service has kept Augme's IP within Qualcomm's radar but QUALCOMM has been using their money since 2008 to step outside of its core chip business and behavioral targeting is what they have put those efforts towards. Augme's suits have Qualcomm nervous and subsequently interested in their IP because Qualcomm knows they are the BIG target on Augme's list of infringers and will be promptly sued once the IP get a validation event.
Do your DD and Google "Qualcomm behavioral targeting" and read through some of the results. It's not easy to find the all of the dots to connect but the dots are there and they do connect.
Technology makes strange bedfellows!!!