Legendary Investments (LON:LEG) CEO Zaf Karim stepped into ZaksTradersCafe.

With a potential NZ Banking License and a Nasdaq Listing for its VirtualStock asset, 2018 has started with great expectations for Legendary Investments, where private investors can play the private equity game. CEO Zaf Karim stepped into ZaksTradersCafe to explain more.

 

 

Latest News Legendary Investments announced last week that their invested company and jewel in the crown, Virtualstock have signed a partnership deal with Wincanton Plc. This seals the fate of Virtualstock, who already have supply Tesco and the NHS with their SAAS procurement software, as the accepted partner for some of UK’s most successful businesses. Wincanton also work with Screwfix, Halfords and the Ministry of Defence, so watch this company explode onto the world stage: a listing on NASDAQ is the next step. Virtualstock is still a private company but can be bought by purchasing shares in Legendary Investments, who hold 7% of Virtualstock.

 

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VirtualStock is a disruptive software company, with a game-changing approach that challenges the costly and time-consuming process of traditional systems integration. Utilising agile, open source technology, VirtualStock has developed a unique way for information to flow between any set of fragmented systems, without disruption to any existing IT landscape. Data is seamlessly collated, enriched, mapped and validated, allowing only trusted, reliable information to be deployed. Virtualstcok’s solutions are a rapid, flexible and scalable alternative to traditional systems integrations. The “integration” market is worth c.US$300-500 billion per year.




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