CBEY, Cbeyond, Inc.
** According to its preliminary results, CBEY expects to report revenues for the fourth quarter and fiscal year 2011 in the estimated amounts of $123 million and $485 million respectively, as compared with reported revenues of $116 million and $452 million for the same periods in 2010.
CBEY is a leading provider of IT and communications services to more than 62,000 small and medium sized businesses in the U.S.
Combining industry-leading virtual and dedicated servers hosted in a fully compliant data center, cloud PBX, secure MPLS enterprise-class networks, robust security services, migration planning and best-in-class real-time management, CBEY provides a technology portfolio not generally available to the SMBs they serve.
More about CBEY at www.cbeyond.net
PGI, Premiere Global Services Inc.
** In the fourth quarter of 2011, PGI posted revenues of $118.7 million, a 9.1% increase year over year. Diluted EPS from continuing operations was $0.07 and non-GAAP diluted EPS from continuing operations was $0.18 in the fourth quarter of 2011, compared to diluted EPS from continuing operations of ($0.01) and non-GAAP diluted EPS from continuing operations of $0.10 in the fourth quarter of 2010.
For the full 2011, net revenues increased 7.3% to $473.8 million, compared to $441.8 million in 2010.
According to its financial outlook, based on current trends and foreign currency exchange rates, PGI anticipates net revenues in 2012 will be in the range of $490-$500 million and non-GAAP diluted EPS from continuing operations will be in the range of $0.70-$0.75.
PGI has been a global leader in virtual meetings for 20 years. Its cloud-based solutions, iMeet(R) and GlobalMeet(R), deliver multi-point, real-time virtual collaboration using video, voice and file sharing technologies.
More about PGI at www.pgi.com.
FORD, Forward Industries, Inc.
** FORD reported an exclusive worldwide distribution partnership with Annex Products. The partnership includes the distribution of all Annex Products, beginning with the Opena(R) case and Quad Lock mounting system, two top performing iPhone 4 case accessories.
Drawing on their industrial design and toolmaking experience, Annex Products? founders Rob Ward and Chris Peters, launched the Opena(R) case ? the World?s first iPhone4 case with a slide-out bottle opener, in August 2011.
Following the success of the Opena case, Annex Products released Quad Lock - a revolutionary case-based mounting system for iPhone 4/4S handsets, which allows the use of an iPhone in more places than ever before. Made from ultra slim polycarbonate plastic, the Quad Lock idea came to Ward and Peters after becoming frustrated by the lack of a convenient mounting-solution. Quad Lock has received rave reviews for its ability to mount on bikes, cars, shopping carts, office walls, kitchen splash backs... almost anywhere... using one simple twist.
FORD's strategy is to partner with inventors to promote and distribute their unique and innovative intellectual property through its global distribution network, and according to the company, Annex is a perfect example of such a partnership.
FORD, a designer and distributor of custom carrying case solutions for hand held electronic devices, is expanding into a multi-faceted product-focused company specializing in power, protection and peripherals, is expert at identifying new products that aim to make life more efficient with superior function and smart design that enhance daily life.
More about FORD at www.forwardindustries.com
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