Re PwC, just seems like a re-release of old news although bizarrely earlier releases re a relationship with a "big 4" accountancy seem to have disappeared? Nothing meaningful here I think, probably just trying to stir up enthusiasm before what are likely to be poor first year results...?
Been looking at roslyn since xmas, and the odd thing is that in their public utterances they repeatedly talk about big-data this and big-data that, and big-data business analytics etc, however the vast majority of their business seems focused on procurement/spend analysis - very conflicting messages (and their sales team - at least per linkedin - seem to be very procurement-focused too). Then there's another business strand of hosting customers qlikview applications on the roslyn cloud? So what is there core business? No wonder there's confusion around roslyn. Where's there IP, there real value add; I thought procurement was a bit old-hat??? Not much concrete evidence of market/sales traction and significant new client numbers. worth following for opportunity to buy v.low
The ~740,000 shares that belong to hugh cox appear to be held by his father. Perhaps this allows the father to sell them on his sons behalf? Needs further digging into Rosslyn's investor information on their web site...?