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Old 26-02-2019, 02:16 PM   #196
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Huber is bak wif an appeal and class action style again. He state in email CellOs office all closed and veri deep in debt. Sad case ah my fellow brethens...
If Jason is to be believed, then the Melb. Office closing down might be a good thing, heaven knows if we aren’t making any profit and investor contributions have dried up, then the directors have finally done something right. The lavish offices and the refusal to change the address after the EGM has been a very large burden, financially to continue.
That’s enough credit to Jason for maybe getting something right. Now let’s move on.
His recent letter to shareholders surprised me a little. Attaching a PDF file for the appeal for being found guilty of misconduct does not give any credit to his need for investment into a class action. Don’t be fooled an appeal in the Australian courts can take anywhere upto 2 years to be resolved, and knowing how the Australian Lawyers profit from law suits and appeals, I can’t see this being resolved anytime too soon. Remember it was I that told you that the recent trial would take at least 2 years. Janifer promised you $100million in the bank by Christmas 2017.
My feeling that any money put into Jason’s hands for a class action will be to support the appeal process first and if anything left over it will not be enough and another round of contributions will be needed.
It would seem that CellOS investors have deep pockets and Lawyers are the only beneficiaries.

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Old 27-02-2019, 10:56 AM   #197
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If Jason is to be believed, then the Melb. Office closing down might be a good thing, heaven knows if we aren’t making any profit and investor contributions have dried up, then the directors have finally done something right. The lavish offices and the refusal to change the address after the EGM has been a very large burden, financially to continue.
That’s enough credit to Jason for maybe getting something right. Now let’s move on.
His recent letter to shareholders surprised me a little. Attaching a PDF file for the appeal for being found guilty of misconduct does not give any credit to his need for investment into a class action. Don’t be fooled an appeal in the Australian courts can take anywhere upto 2 years to be resolved, and knowing how the Australian Lawyers profit from law suits and appeals, I can’t see this being resolved anytime too soon. Remember it was I that told you that the recent trial would take at least 2 years. Janifer promised you $100million in the bank by Christmas 2017.
My feeling that any money put into Jason’s hands for a class action will be to support the appeal process first and if anything left over it will not be enough and another round of contributions will be needed.
It would seem that CellOS investors have deep pockets and Lawyers are the only beneficiaries.
U mean there is still investors willing to put money into this?? Wth.. rather use it to buy toto 4d better. This firm is dead destroyed by mostly the largest investor in it.
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Old 28-02-2019, 09:29 AM   #198
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12 months ago CellOS announced their New advisory board. How has that gone for CellOS, was it a good idea or just a smoke screen.

Industry Experts / Entrepreneurs

(February 07, 2018) Singapore – CellOS Software is pleased to announce the appointment of an Advisory Board consisting of three prominent experts who will bring tremendous insight and guidance as the Company continues its journey to success.

Inderjit Singh Dhaliwal
An engineer by training and having worked at Texas Instruments for 13 years, he embarked on his entrepreneurship journey at the age of 37 by starting United Test and Assembly Center (UTAC), a large semiconductor company. UTAC was listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange in 2004. He went on to start a few more companies around the world.

Inderjit has been extensively involved in the field of entrepreneurship – as an entrepreneur, starting a few companies around the world, as an investor, investing in start-ups, and as a policy maker, helping create a good ecosystem through policy changes, and in educating the next generation of entrepreneurs.

He served as a Member of Parliament in the Ang Mo Kio GRC since 1996 and stepped down in 2015. As a politician, Inderjit served in various capacities, including as Deputy Government Whip and as Chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Finance and Trade & Industry.

He is currently a co-President of the World Entrepreneurship Forum and Board member of the World Business Angel Forum (WBAF). He is a Board Member of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and chairs the Board of NTUitive, the innovation company of NTU.

Richard Carden
Richard boasts a very successful 20-year sales and management career largely in the Telecoms industry in Asia. During that time every company he has been involved with has enjoyed a significant increase in its revenues and fortunes.

He started his tech industry career at British Telecom in the UK in the late 80’s but moved to MCI Worldcom Japan in 1998. At Worldcom Carden built a large sales team and increased sales by a multiple of over 20X in three years.

Between 2001-05, as COO of Asia Netcom Japan he turned around the business from loss making to profitability. When Asia Netcom acquired Pacific Internet in SG and became Pacnet, Carden moved from Japan to Singapore, took over Global Sales and grew the business from $200M+ to $560M USD per annum.

More recently, in 2013 he joined Speedcast Ltd, as SVP Global Sales. There as a result of an organic and acquisitive growth strategy and an ASX IPO placement he has helped the company grow from revenues of circa $30M in 2012 to around $750M USD forecast for 2018.
Carden brings a strong drive, a passion for growth and ‘out of the box’ thinking which will significantly benefit CellOS at this crucial juncture in its development.

Lee Fang Wen
Lee Fang Wen is a Chemical Engineer by background who ably combined his academic beginnings with a thread into the Tech sector through his first appoint with Motorola Electronics, Compaq Asia and followed by MFS Technology.

During his significant period of tenure at MFS Technology, Lee played key Operational roles. He setup MFS office in Shanghai. He later built up MFS’s Motorola Worldwide business covering Singapore, Malaysia, USA, China, Korea and Israel, achieving $200m at its peak. He also successfully built up MFS’s Sony Ericsson mobile device business during 2007.

Today Lee is a professional Independent Non-Executive Director sitting on the Boards of Tai Sin Electric Limited and Asiatic Group, holding the position of Remuneration Committee Chairman, Nomination Committee Chairman and member of the Audit Committee.

The three gentlemen join the Advisory Board of CellOS Software with immediate effect.

About CellOS Software

At CellOS Software, our vision is to enable big data monetization and improved network intelligence for the communications networks of tomorrow. To realize this, CellOS Software offers a wide range of solutions based on big data analytics. Our key focus areas include industry leading Revenue Assurance, Network Analytics, and Campaign Management solutions. This unique ability to extract key insights from network data in real-time allows our partners to not only maximize existing revenue streams but also explore new revenue streams for improved monetization of their network assets.

To learn more about CellOS Software, visit us on Twitter, LinkedIn or online at cellossoftware.com.

Contact:

CellOS Software
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Old 01-03-2019, 05:22 AM   #199
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Lies and deceits

12 months ago CellOS announced their New advisory board. How has that gone for CellOS, was it a good idea or just a smoke screen.

Industry Experts / Entrepreneurs

(February 07, 2018) Singapore – CellOS Software is pleased to announce the appointment of an Advisory Board consisting of three prominent experts who will bring tremendous insight and guidance as the Company continues its journey to success.

Inderjit Singh Dhaliwal
An engineer by training and having worked at Texas Instruments for 13 years, he embarked on his entrepreneurship journey at the age of 37 by starting United Test and Assembly Center (UTAC), a large semiconductor company. UTAC was listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange in 2004. He went on to start a few more companies around the world.

Inderjit has been extensively involved in the field of entrepreneurship – as an entrepreneur, starting a few companies around the world, as an investor, investing in start-ups, and as a policy maker, helping create a good ecosystem through policy changes, and in educating the next generation of entrepreneurs.

He served as a Member of Parliament in the Ang Mo Kio GRC since 1996 and stepped down in 2015. As a politician, Inderjit served in various capacities, including as Deputy Government Whip and as Chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Finance and Trade & Industry.

He is currently a co-President of the World Entrepreneurship Forum and Board member of the World Business Angel Forum (WBAF). He is a Board Member of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and chairs the Board of NTUitive, the innovation company of NTU.

Richard Carden
Richard boasts a very successful 20-year sales and management career largely in the Telecoms industry in Asia. During that time every company he has been involved with has enjoyed a significant increase in its revenues and fortunes.

He started his tech industry career at British Telecom in the UK in the late 80’s but moved to MCI Worldcom Japan in 1998. At Worldcom Carden built a large sales team and increased sales by a multiple of over 20X in three years.

Between 2001-05, as COO of Asia Netcom Japan he turned around the business from loss making to profitability. When Asia Netcom acquired Pacific Internet in SG and became Pacnet, Carden moved from Japan to Singapore, took over Global Sales and grew the business from $200M+ to $560M USD per annum.

More recently, in 2013 he joined Speedcast Ltd, as SVP Global Sales. There as a result of an organic and acquisitive growth strategy and an ASX IPO placement he has helped the company grow from revenues of circa $30M in 2012 to around $750M USD forecast for 2018.
Carden brings a strong drive, a passion for growth and ‘out of the box’ thinking which will significantly benefit CellOS at this crucial juncture in its development.

Lee Fang Wen
Lee Fang Wen is a Chemical Engineer by background who ably combined his academic beginnings with a thread into the Tech sector through his first appoint with Motorola Electronics, Compaq Asia and followed by MFS Technology.

During his significant period of tenure at MFS Technology, Lee played key Operational roles. He setup MFS office in Shanghai. He later built up MFS’s Motorola Worldwide business covering Singapore, Malaysia, USA, China, Korea and Israel, achieving $200m at its peak. He also successfully built up MFS’s Sony Ericsson mobile device business during 2007.

Today Lee is a professional Independent Non-Executive Director sitting on the Boards of Tai Sin Electric Limited and Asiatic Group, holding the position of Remuneration Committee Chairman, Nomination Committee Chairman and member of the Audit Committee.

The three gentlemen join the Advisory Board of CellOS Software with immediate effect.

About CellOS Software

At CellOS Software, our vision is to enable big data monetization and improved network intelligence for the communications networks of tomorrow. To realize this, CellOS Software offers a wide range of solutions based on big data analytics. Our key focus areas include industry leading Revenue Assurance, Network Analytics, and Campaign Management solutions. This unique ability to extract key insights from network data in real-time allows our partners to not only maximize existing revenue streams but also explore new revenue streams for improved monetization of their network assets.

To learn more about CellOS Software, visit us on Twitter, LinkedIn or online at cellossoftware.com.

Contact:

CellOS Software
This is another blatant lie. These people did not join Cellos. They are not in the company profile. The currrent 3 directors are 2 Aussie farmers and a Singaporean dumb blondie.
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Old 03-03-2019, 12:42 PM   #200
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Recent review from an employee on Glassdoor. Doesn’t paint a very good picture.

I am reluctant to post a link here for fear of being ejected. I have learnt the hard way. A lesson learnt by me. CellOS management on the other hand, haven’t learnt any lessons.

An employee who has worked at CellOS for 5 years has written a very scathing review.

It reads:-

“Work for loyalty, not for salary”
Pros – Flexibility is the main motivation. Nothing other
Cons – No salary for employees. The management has no view. They are playing with employees without salary. They used R&D rebate fund for their own benifit without paying employees.
Engineer at CellOS Software Ltd. in Melbourne (Australia)

For those who don’t know the Australian Government gives an annual rebate for Research and Development. As CellOS is still classed as a start up they are awarded a significant Gov. Rebate. They are also in a Gov. scheme that will pay the last 3 months salary for staff if the company goes into receivership. The fact that staff have not been paid for 3 months is an ominous sign that a significant announcement is coming soon. The board of directors will be held responsible for bringing this company down.

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Old 12-03-2019, 08:52 PM   #201
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Yet another update from the CellOS board, which has once again painted a rosy future. All the earmarks of Kamlesh’s tactics where he makes promises to keep the optimism alive in shareholders. Why? you might ask. It’s a smoke screen to hide their actions. Until they are prepared to stand in front of us at an AGM and answer the tuff questions, then and only then will they have a right to represent shareholders who put them there to work for us, and not their own personal vendetta using company money.
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Old 12-03-2019, 09:51 PM   #202
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Yet another update from the CellOS board, which has once again painted a rosy future. All the earmarks of Kamlesh’s tactics where he makes promises to keep the optimism alive in shareholders. Why? You might ask. It’s a smoke screen to hide their actions. Until they are prepared to stand in front of us st an AGM and answer the tuff questions, then and only then will they have a right to represent shareholders who put them there to work for us, and not their own personal vendetors using company money.
Majority voted for this. By now, they shall realise something is veri wrong here. But oh well i am jus a shirmp investor if those big players feel all is good then all is good doubt anyone cares already
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Old 21-03-2019, 07:27 AM   #204
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Majority voted for this. By now, they shall realise something is veri wrong here. But oh well i am jus a shirmp investor if those big players feel all is good then all is good doubt anyone cares already
Food for thought.

Notice there is a clear and obvious use of silence on the failed attempt to prosecute ‘the others’ in the recent legal actions. Now the emphasis is on JH, and rightly so, but what about the flawed attempt to discredit, intimidate and violate the rights of others. This has been a clear case of misuse of privilege by executives and directors committing offences against individual shareholders. There should be a way to seek justice for this abuse of power. If ‘the others’ have decided to move on and take no action then it is us as shareholders who should seek restitution for the stigma that this exercise has brought upon our company. I seek to remove this board at the next AGM and ask for willing shareholders to put their hands up and stand for office.

Note also that the court ruling when the last EGM attempt was made, the judge ruled that the next AGM should incorporate the balloting for new directors. Hopefully some of them are still keen to support this action.
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Old 21-03-2019, 08:23 AM   #205
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Is this thread abt some clones talking amongst themselves?
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Old 21-03-2019, 08:35 AM   #206
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Is this thread abt some clones talking amongst themselves?
Isn’t that what happens on all threads. 🙄

Regardless on how many post here, I am told there are many shareholders who look here for updates.
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Old 21-03-2019, 10:57 AM   #207
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Food for thought.

Notice there is a clear and obvious use of silence on the failed attempt to prosecute ‘the others’ in the recent legal actions. Now the emphasis is on JH, and rightly so, but what about the flawed attempt to discredit, intimidate and violate the rights of others. This has been a clear case of misuse of privilege by executives and directors committing offences against individual shareholders. There should be a way to seek justice for this abuse of power. If ‘the others’ have decided to move on and take no action then it is us as shareholders who should seek restitution for the stigma that this exercise has brought upon our company. I seek to remove this board at the next AGM and ask for willing shareholders to put their hands up and stand for office.

Note also that the court ruling when the last EGM attempt was made, the judge ruled that the next AGM should incorporate the balloting for new directors. Hopefully some of them are still keen to support this action.
All the best for the action. Hope this time will be a different outcome and a right decision.
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Old 25-03-2019, 08:38 PM   #208
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When you are appointed or accept the position on a Board of Directors from a listed or non listed public company there are certain rules you must adhere to. So directors be warned.

Navigating the Director Role

“Directors need to be fully aware of the obligations that they owe to the company and how these may impact any external opportunity that arises. A breach of directors’ duties can carry significant penalties, including the requirement to account to the company for any secret profits obtained.”
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Old 25-03-2019, 09:06 PM   #209
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Further to the postponement of the EGM, the court ruled that CellOS could postpone if the delay was reasonable. What constitutes reasonable?


“Postponement by the board of a meeting called by shareholders under section 249F: Wun v CellOS Software Ltd [2018] FCA 1947
The Federal Court has held that a board may postpone a meeting called by shareholders under section 249F in circumstances where there is a power in the company’s constitution permitting the board to postpone meetings and such power is exercise by the board for a proper purpose and the postponement period is reasonable. In such circumstances, the Court held that the postponement was not an unlawful interference with the statutory right of shareholders under section 249F.”

So if Mr Wun requested the court revisit the 12 month delay would they still consider the delay reasonable.

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Old 02-04-2019, 10:16 AM   #210
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We should come together as shareholders to consider our course of actions against the board of directors, instead of ranting here.
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