Thank you for your posts. As a very long term holder of Pinnacle I think that the appointment of Simon Duckworth as a Non-Exec Director is very significant. Mr Duckworth has a wealth of "Security" experience and it would seem logical that he will develop the "anti threat" process for Pinnacle. Pinnacle has every chance, under the astute leadership of Nicholas S, to transform itself into a profitable Company in the next 18/24 months. At the moment the work in progress is encouraging, however there is a very good chance that Pinnacle will move forward successfully. Hopefully my patience will be rewarded!!!!
Thank you, BadApple, for your very interesting posts this evening. I was already an investor as a results of the MXCP connection where I am also a shareholder and amazingly I decided to buy a lot more first thing this morning just in time for the excellent rise. Pure luck and I will probably buy more within the next week or two as I am very confident that PINN is now going places. The new website is such an improvement and is bound to persuade waverers that PINN is now a serious company. The fact that it has a focus on cyber security is, as you point out, of particular interest.
This is a very lucrative avenue for the company and a very steady source of income. The Government always pay their bills and they pay them on time.
Pinnacle will also be able to provide public sector organisations with a complete solution through the Public Services Network (PSN) framework, offering enhanced security to the public sector, thanks to O2 being the first mobile network provider to become CAS(T) certified.
Pinnacle sources best-of-breed digital solutions, providing technologies that touch many parts of an organisation. It also has a strong proposition for the public sector that will meet the increasing market demand for a heightened security capability to deal with threats
Now there's a huge clue here and I'm about to expand on it for you. Firstly, take a minute to understand what's been said above? There is huge demand for for a heightened security capability to deal with threats?
OK, Simon Duckworth, is one of the top men in the counrty when it comes to ensuring a turn around is a success. he done it with Accumuli and the market of choice for Accumuli which was very lucrative to them was security. Now simon is in at the bottom here and I now reffer you back to my original point.
Huge demand for a heightened security capability to deal with threats. This is where will Pinn will expand in the coming weeks and it's why Simon Duckworth is here imo. Pinn is going to grow and make acquisition in and around security.
here's our CEO's thoughts on it.
Pinn CEO, Nicholas Scallan
"We further believe that being able to offer both existing and new public sector clients PSN-assured services is highly appropriate in the current climate, where cyber security is increasingly important to both the public and private sectors."
it's a growing market and one where we are expanding into.
Adding further to the benefits of winning this contract is the fact that PINN has not been awarded a contract for any one thing. This contract has been awarded to pinn to provide a wide range of services which actually encompasses their entire offering in terms of major services, ie the most lucrative offerings Pinn have.
Pinnacle announces exciting new digital and public sector partnership with O2
Pinnacle Technology Group has announced an exciting digital and public sector partnership with leading mobile provider O2 as part of an exclusive partner agreement.
Pinnacle – which has offices in Glasgow, Stoke-on-Trent and Northampton – has been appointed as a specialist partner to provide tailored business to business security solutions and assist O2 in enlarging its digital capability, delivering mobile solutions to the market.
Now, this is a great foot in the door but it's only the begining. This contract is a gateway to a very lucrative market place where PINN simply could not provide the services and products required. Now all of a sudden they are winning contracts and partnering with multi bill £ companies and not only that, they are proving they can meet the expectations of these types of companies.
Looks fantastic, it's quite clear the company is trying to present itself as a serious provider of IT services and appearance is everything when you are in the Tech sector. The fundamentals like your website etc need to be spot on potential customers will leave 2 seconds after clicking on it.
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