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Business Description

Industry: Application Software » Software - Application

Active Network, Inc. was originally incorporated in California in October 1998 as Racegate.com, Inc. In May 2001, the company changed its name to The Active Network, Inc. It is a provider of organization-based cloud computing applications and forms an online network connecting a fragmented and diverse group of activity and event organizers with a large base of potential participants. Its proprietary technology platform transforms the way organizers manage their activities and events by automating online registrations and streamlining other critical management functions, while also driving consumer participation to their events. The company's strategy includes: Grow the number of customers it serve:It will continue to promote the migration of organizations towards online management of activities and events, and in doing so, grow customer base; Increase online registration conversion rates: it plans to increase participant usage of online registration services by training customers in the execution of conversion techniques; Deepen relationship with existing customers: it is dedicated to developing comprehensive, vertical-specific applications and features that increase the value of platform to its customers; Pursue strategic acquisitions: The competitive landscape in core markets remains highly fragmented with many sub-scale players focusing on a small fraction of its addressable market; Expand internationally: it intends to commit additional resources to markets outside of North America. The company's international sales have increased every year since it began selling the services internationally. The company's revenue comes from two segments: Technology: The technology revenue segment is primarily composed of net registration revenue, which is made up of the technology fee charge a participant when they register for one of organizations' events; and Marketing services: he marketing services revenue segment includes online services, field marketing services and commerce. Registrations participants network of websites and create opportunities to sell its online commerce and other marketing services to participants. The company's competition comes from traditional "pen-and-paper" processing methods, which activity and event organizers are accustomed to using, spreadsheet software, basic desktop applications and registration by phone, mail or walk-up. It is subject to a number of foreign and domestic laws and regulations that affect companies conducting business on the Internet. Many of these laws and regulations are still evolving and could be interpreted in ways that could impose additional compliance burdens on or otherwise adversely affect business. As a business that deals with transactions involving credit card and other forms of electronic, non-cash payment methods, and which is subject to various payment card and banking industry laws and regulations.



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Revenue (TTM) (Mil) $449.6
EPS (TTM) $ -0.64
Short Percentage of Float6.75%
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