With the mobile advertising market booming, the continued collapse of Velti (VELT) has remained perplexing. The company famously faced a cash crunch due to extremely long payment terms to only collapse after seeing the EBITDA and income plunge after cutting that business. The question still remains why cut a profitable business because of slow payments.
The company is a global provider of mobile marketing and advertising technology and solutions that helps brands, advertising agencies, mobile operators and media to implement mobile campaigns.
While the decision to cut the slow paying customers that would not agree to faster payment terms appeared correct, it hasn't helped the company or the stock yet. The irony continues to be that those...
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