Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Adgorithms LSE:ADGO London Ordinary Share IL0011354904 ORD NIS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 21.00p 20.00p 22.00p 21.00p 21.00p 21.00p 114,121.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 22.1 -6.2 -15.0 - 12.96

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18/3/2017
11:29
Adgorithms wins 'significant' wellness-focused customerJosh White Sharecast | 17 Mar, 2017 13:51 - Updated: 14:13 | | | Money cash dollarsAdgorithms, the creator of artificial intelligence marketing platform 'Albert', announced a significant new customer win on Friday.The AIM-traded firm said following the successful implementation of the company's "land and expand" growth strategy, it secured a 12 month rolling contract with one of the world's largest nutrition, health and wellness companies, which remained unnamed.As part of the agreement, Adgorithms will deploy Albert across all the customer's online advertising campaigns, focussing on its leading brand within its largest South American market.Management expected the contract to generate a minimum of $0.3m in annual software-as-a-service fees."This contract win follows a four-month pilot in which Albert was compared with the customer's existing advertising agency, which is a subsidiary of a leading global network," the board said in a statement."During the pilot, Albert consistently delivered superior return on investment metrics when compared to previous campaigns managed by the incumbent agency."In addition, Albert provided greater transparency, control and valuable marketing insight during the pilot."The company's board of directors said they believed the announcement was a significant milestone for Adgorithms and its core software platform."The company believes securing such a high profile and sophisticated brand and outperforming an established and global advertising agency, represents further validation of the significant value Albert can generate."Adgorithms said it was continuing to develop its list of growing pilots with leading global brands and remained confident in the overall long term growth prospects of the business.
investment dave
17/3/2017
22:52
This could be the catalyst, at last. I've held these for 6 months, knowing there is a substantial cash pot.
hooley
17/3/2017
13:56
Looks like the market likes today's announcement. The size of the contract is meaningful, rolls over annually and indicates real traction with global sized business. This share might just take off if Albert 2.0 and 3.0 (to come) is widely adopted. At less than cash value it has to be worth a hefty punt. I'm in and will review in 6 months.
kingivor
17/3/2017
13:07
It could add more and more now
investment dave
17/3/2017
11:50
Valued today £12.2m. MC with share price offer at 20p Cash at Dec 16 $22m or £17.8m with Albert 2.0 the growth story Interesting.
kingivor
17/3/2017
07:51
It all counts Kev 👍
battlebus2
17/3/2017
07:49
blimey when I saw the title of the rns I was expecting something worth a few million at least. $300K is peanuts when revenues in the 1st half were $8.7M
kev0856153
17/3/2017
07:34
great news if its the start of winning big contracts gl
loveandmoney1
17/3/2017
07:31
A minimum of $300k, with the dollar rate I'd have guessed it would be much more that £240k Loveandmoney??
battlebus2
17/3/2017
07:20
that'll be £240k annualised.
loveandmoney1
17/3/2017
07:16
Significant contract win. $300k annualised
battlebus2
02/2/2017
20:48
Interesting aside, CMO at Adgo. is a woman called Amy Inlow, she worked in similar role at Experian, left to work likewise at Tracx, stayed a year then departed for Adgo., I just hope that the staff are not all on the gravy train, I mean they must have offered her a decent package to lure her away, but then maybe she was simply not happy at Tracx!
bookbroker
02/2/2017
20:35
My issue is look at their website, the news section does itemise statements put to the LSE, whereas it did yesterday, all it consists of all the publicity they receive for being a fast growing company, take a look at it and remark here, I would be interested to hear your opinion! The cash pile is big enough providing they do not fritter it, the management here seem ultra confident in their ability to execute their strategy, that's what bothers me, cash rich for now, but what about this time next year! And take a look at their FB. and Twitter sites, not a lot to say, maybe that's simply because these sort of tech. cos. don't have time to comment, or they all working so hard spending that cash!
bookbroker
02/2/2017
18:45
We will have to wait on the results to find that out. Although some similarities ADGO is different to CROS and heading in a different direction, I prefer CROS and only have a small holding here averaging around 18.7p. CROS have come to the end of their strategic review but it's early days here and will take some time possibly two years. For me the cash pile is sufficient to see us through but it all hinges on the traction will Albert which is the big question. CROS is my share for 2017 but as ever DYOR etc.
battlebus2
02/2/2017
18:27
Rather surprised to see you here battlebus but you are ubiquitous. I read your summation on the cros thread. I was seriously stung in global brands (Swiss dominos)and am very sceptical about some Participants in aim Yet I think this space is very interesting even if I only pretend to understand what it is that Albert does I think a better explanation as to what is happening to the cash might help?
hybrasil
01/2/2017
19:06
I would be interested to see a broker note as regards today's statement, and Liberum's views on the prospects following the announcement, it is very difficult to ascertain where the capital absorbed has been spent, presumably R&D., the payroll does not seem much larger following today's comment, however they seem to be top heavy in management. Looking at the website, and noticeably in the section about clients, where there were six companies highlighted as interested parties in their product, there are now four, that can mean many things off course, as they do say they are leasing with numerous potential leads. However was it really of such consequence to comment upon a $75,000 contract with an unnamed Phillipine co. in the statement today. I appreciate that every little helps, but it will need considerably more than this to generate a meaningful return. Today's report, for one reason or another, was bitterly disappointing, it is hard enough these days to find cos. amongst all the hoopla, and with genuine prospects these days on any bourse, let alone the UK ones! I can see why there are so few listings these days, there is just a high level of scepticism felt in this age!
bookbroker
01/2/2017
14:55
What really irks me most is that I believe Albert to be great product, one buys into the co. albeit around the twenty pence mark, so I can not say I was clobbered by its original fall, but at a price where they have still got plenty of capital to develop the product discreetly and effectively, if that is at all possible in this ever evolving environment, and try and grow organically without breaking the bank. It strikes me that their original business model is screwed, not by their own faults or inertia, but the market for ads has changed, for the better probably, so stop wasting capital pursuing that agenda!
bookbroker
01/2/2017
14:32
Added a tad more to the folio fwiw.
battlebus2
01/2/2017
14:05
The burn rate won't be as much surely?
battlebus2
01/2/2017
14:01
They are idiots. The problem is their funds have gone from $28m to $22m in just 6 months. At that rate they have nothing left in 1 year and 10 months. There is no-one at home here. The directors must go now.
kev0856153
01/2/2017
13:08
Simply despicable!
bookbroker
01/2/2017
13:07
Although the market for stock is thin, it's like the market is telling the management that they can NOT simply use this as an exercise in corporate profligeracy, it has lost 90%+ since listing, an absolute disgrace, it is no wonder the IPO market has simply dried up!
bookbroker
01/2/2017
13:06
That's the question BB, can we see some traction with Albert.
battlebus2
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