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- Homeland Security Traders Report
Featured Company Profile: Vinoble, Inc.
Stock Symbol: VNBL
Web Site: www vinobleinc com
Recent Price: 0.62
Shares Outstanding: 17.4 Million
Market Capitalization: 10.2 Million
Industry: Homeland Security
Vinoble, Inc. - An Emerging Security Conglomerate Continues to Make Landmark Acquisitions in Rapidly Growing 100+ Billion Homeland Security Sector! Vinoble is poised to become a Comprehensive Provider of End-to-End Security Solutions for Corporate Clients.
From the investor's point of view:
Over the last several years, one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing segments of the US economy has been the security industry, which is increasingly incorporating innovative new technologies to combat the growing threat of terrorism. In the wake of September 11, the US government and private industry have invested billions to ensure the safety of citizens, private industry, and infrastructure. This burgeoning homeland security industry has undergone exponential growth as a result, with industry revenues expected to top 170 billion in 2006, from approximately 100 billion in 2003, according to market research firm Homeland Security Research Corporation. With extensive federal government spending on homeland security, a continued and significant terrorist threat, increased legislative mandates requiring increased protection, and enhanced awareness of security risks to private commerce, we believe that investment in homeland security companies presents one of the most attractive opportunities on the Street.
With dramatic increases in security spending from government and the private sector, the investment community has been quick to recognize the huge investment potential that security stocks promise. We are already beginning to see the impact of this huge industry. While the security systems and services industry as a whole has seen an average price appreciation of over 18% over the past year, innovative companies in homeland security such as GIIS, CMMD, UGHO, and NSSC have posted average gains of over 85% in that same period! With this in mind, we would like to introduce you to one of the new players in Homeland Security, Vinoble, Inc.
Security provider, with a comprehensive offering of security systems, consulting, and products targeting the corporate market. Central to the Company's business is the identification and acquisition of synergistic business opportunities in homeland security, information security, and other related services, to rapidly improve top and bottom line growth and enhance shareholder value. To facilitate this strategy, the Company has entered into a financing partnership with GarcyCo Capital Corp., which will assist in finding, structuring, and financing new acquisitions. Vinoble has recently signed binding memorandum for the acquisition of two target companies which will provide comprehensive security services, MSI and Secure Enterprise Solutions (SES).
MSI is a New York-based provider of physical security services with over 29 years of experience. MSI provides a range of service to protect clients' physical infrastructure, property, and personnel, and has a number of high profile corporate clients including the Estee Lauder Companies. MSI is profitable and has historical revenues in the 1.1 million range, with total revenues of 2.4 million conservatively expected for 2005.
SES is an established information security and IT consulting firm which provides a full range of information security services ranging from IT-security assessments and penetration testing to policy development and secure architecture design. As part of its compliance programs, SES utilizes its proven information security lifecycle methodology to provide professional security consulting services aimed at helping its clients comply with HealthInsurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Sarbanes-Oxley and other legislative enactments. SES sells its products and services through a channels program and a direct sales effort. SES' largest channel partner is Verizon, with smaller channel partners including Sobel, The Steel Foundation, Baker Street Associates, and Vytek. We expect SES to generate revenues in excess of 1 million for 2005.
An integral component of Vinoble's acquisition strategy is the use of cross-selling its product offerings to generate additional top-line growth and facilitate economies of scale. The Company is further pursuing a number of additional acquisitions which will significantly broaden its suite of security products and services. With an experienced management team, a stable revenue and customer base, and its acquisition strategy in a rapidly expanding but heavily fragmented security industry, we believe that Vinoble is well positioned to become a major player in a Homeland Security market expected to reach 170 billion by 2006.
A few reasons to consider VNBL:
1. In the wake of September 11, and an increased attention to protection from terrorism and criminal attacks, the Homeland Security industry has entered a period of exponential growth. The Homeland Security market is expected to grow from approximately 100 billion in 2003 to more than 170 billion by 2006!! In July 2002, the Office of Homeland Security released a listing of strategic priorities including the prevention of terrorist attacks in the US, a reduction of America's vulnerability to terrorism, and to minimize the damage and recover from attacks that do occur. These priorities extend far beyond traditional conceptions of government sponsored security, and initiatives in corporate security and information security are now an integral component. With its broad offering of physical security services and information security, Vinoble is positioning to benefit from this boom in Homeland Security spending.
2. Vinoble has developed a broad service and product suite and is poised to provide comprehensive end-to-end security solutions for its clients. Vinoble is undertaking a dramatic and aggressive expansion and acquisition strategy which will enable it to rapidly grow its business and emerge as a comprehensive provider of integrated security services and products. Vinoble intends to capitalize on the dramatic growth in the security market by delivering professional services, security products, security training, and managed security services. In pursuit of this objective, Vinoble has assembled a highly qualified team of security professionals offering a full range of security services. Through Vinoble's consulting services and integrated delivery solutions, Vinoble will help organizations protect key assets including persons, property, information, brand, and reputation.
3. Vinoble has undertaken a key strategic relationship with GarcyCo Capital Corp. to assist and finance the Company's acquisition strategy. This relationship has already resulted in the acquisition of MSI and SES, and the Company is currently considering a number of additional target candidates over the near-term period, which will assist it in developing a comprehensive security offering and rapidly growing revenues over the near-term.
4. VNBL boasts an impressive and highly experienced senior management team, with CEO Joseph Lively overseeing an extensive acquisition program, and bringing over 16 years of experience as a senior executive and attorney in addition to an early career spent as an NYPD Officer. Thomas Welch VP of Operations and COO has spent more than 22 years in the information systems and security industry, and recently appointed director of the Company's Counter-Terrorism and Risk Assessment division, Gus Cecchini is a 20 year veteran of the NYPD and counter-terrorism expert.
5. The Homeland Security market is highly fragmented, creating tremendous opportunities for acquisitions. According to the Hallcrest Report, there are more than 30,000 security companies worldwide, and an increasing demand for integrated security solutions and comprehensive offerings has spurred a wave of acquisitions within the industry. Some recent and notable acquisitions include Marsh & McLennan's 1.9 billion acquisition of Kroll, GE's purchase of InVision Technologies for 900 million, FLIR Systems purchase of Indigo Systems for 190 million, and Armor Holdings purchase of Simula for 110.5 million.
6. VNBL has developed a solid and recurring revenue stream from its first two acquisitions. Based only on conservative revenue projections for its first two acquisitions, MSI and SES, we expect VNBL to see revenues of approximately 3.5 million for FY 2005.
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