Questions have been raised about their burn rate, and how this is affecting their ability to bring products to the market. If they are burning capital at an exceedingly high rate and failing to bring revenue in to offset expenditures, no matter who is affiliated with this company, there could be trouble looming on the horizon. The question remains if they need more cash who is willing to roll the dice on this venture?
Is there is a real weak link at this company? Based on what we hear, it may be the VP of R&D who seems to like to tout himself as a Master of the R&D Universe! How funny is it when you read that he was responsible for leading Interpore Cross to a company with a comprehensive product line. Most companies that begin to experience engine trouble start out by saying that the organization is changing strategic direction. The only problem with that excuse is that its like setting sail for Europe and half way across the Atlantic you decide you need to sail around the Cape Horn and any sailing buff knows that the climate gets cool in the southern latitudes. TSB wants to know what are readers have heard?