Good question. I guess it all relies heavily on how well PINN can sell / promote / package their services to these additional contacts they'll gain through the partnership with O2. You can lead a horse to water and such things.
Announce that is has entered into a partnership agreement with O2, part of Telefonica (UK) Limited, enabling the Company to provide O2's mobile, digital and accredited public sector solution services to Pinnacle's client base. As part of the agreement, Pinnacle will be joining the exclusive category of O2's direct partner network and receive commercially advantageous terms.
The deal builds on the existing relationship between Pinnacle and O2 whereby, as an accredited supplier of mobile telephony solutions for O2, Pinnacle offers a wide range of flexible tariffs and contracts, with a variety of package options available.
This new agreement means that Pinnacle will partner with O2 in supporting its digital ambitions and also be able to access its digital supplier relationships- such as those with Microsoft and McAfee.
This agreement also enables Pinnacle to provide public sector organisations with a complete turnkey solution through the Public Services Network (PSN) framework. O2, as the first mobile network provider to become CAS(T) certified will, through its partnership with Pinnacle, enable the Company to offer enhanced IT security to the public sector. Taken together, Pinnacle's service offering represents a strong proposition to the public sector and the opportunity for the Company to meet the increasing market demand for heightened security capabilities to deal with electronic security threats.
Pinnacle CEO, Nicholas Scallan, said: "Our exciting partnership with O2 is another demonstration of our on-going commitment to offering clients technology, digital products and services that will significantly enhance their business.
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."
those 2 were buys today, but due to the spread labelled as sells and taking out another on the buy side. At least tentative signs of money moving back in here again. I tried a dummy sell the other day and can only go NT. However another sell was smack on the BID at 5.75p.
Do you reckon an intraday RNS or first thing? Last time was around 2.45pm, but released inadvertently! Still no sign of a pick up here, although someone bought 20k yesterday. Seems to be stronger support one notch down, so maybe that will signal interest and money coming back in here again.
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