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|Subject: Why IAIC will rise...||Date: 4/7/1998 7:03 PM|
|Author: deanfv||Number: 8 of 26|
Information Analysis has:
-A product with 15 years of development behind it;
-World class management;
-A partnership with CA to distribute product;
-3000 person CA sales force;
-Worldwide distribution & support infrastructure;
-3rd party remediation factories bringing in money;
-'Locked in' high penetration markets with CA;
-Highly accepted UNISYS COBOL product before it has even left Beta Test;
-Great positioning to release new products for post 2000;
-Rapid expansion of it's own employees;
-A huge rate of revenue influx;
-Unexploited low stock price vs. expected revenues;
-Analysts beginning to follow and predict 'strong buy';
-A new IR person warming up to do media exposure.
I anxiously await new data on the status of contract awards. This should be substantially up from the conference call. Remember, follow on amount versus initial contract amount is a KEY FIGURE. 5 Million signed with 50 million in the wings on successful completion of initial trial would not be far fetched. Mantech and others have yet to get serious and establish independent factories. This could provide further revenue boost at any time. IAIC revenue will be 30 Million by conservative estimate, with wide variation upward possible from what I can tell.
THERE IS (IMHO), FROM WHAT I KNOW, ABSOLUTELY NO REASON NOT TO EXPECT A LARGE INCREASE IN IAIC STOCK PRICE OVER THE NEXT YEAR. THERE IS NO REASON I CAN SEE TO SELL IAIC BASED ON WEAKNESS IN VIAS AND OTHERS. FROM WHAT I KNOW IAIC DOES NOT SHARE THEIR WEAKNESSES AT THIS TIME.
Borrowed from Matt Kern.
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