Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Prism Group LSE:PRSM London Ordinary Share GB00BYQ0HV16 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +32.50p +7.14% 487.50p 480.00p 495.00p 488.50p 455.00p 455.00p 418,767.00 16:06:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services - - - - 303.28

Blue Prism Share Discussion Threads

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19/1/2017
18:33
It's a tree shake I would imagine , market makers could have large orders to fill, or there is a large order at a lower level they need to fill. Accumulating stock from weak holders (traders with stop losses) to sell to stronger holders (big players). Looking forward to the upcoming statement, serious growth potential here IMO.
djbilywiz
19/1/2017
18:01
Wonder why it shot down so much and has now almost recovered bar 30 pence worth. Weird.
pyglet
19/1/2017
10:36
If potential holders want to research the company I suggest taking more than a cursory look at the website. There are many useful documents including the Admission Document which includes this statement - `The Group is a leader in RPA, supplying a Virtual Workforce powered by Software Robots that are trained to automate routine back-office clerical tasks. The Group’s enterprise-grade software enables the automation of manual, rules-based, administrative processes to create a more agile, cost effective and accurate back-office. The Group launched a commercial version of its software product in 2008 and spent four years developing the software with a number of blue-chip customers, including Barclays Bank, Co-operative Banking Group, Telefónica O2, RWE npower and Shop Direct. These referenceable enterprise-scale deployments have demonstrated the compliance, resilience, repeatability, scalability and security of Blue Prism’s software. The Directors believe that the completion of this industrialisation process has created a significant barrier to entry`.
monkeywench1
19/1/2017
10:19
Not buying this side of next weeks market update as could go anywhere. I am sure they will be good but expectations also very high given dramatic price rise in last few months. If I miss a decent rise so be it but I'll also avoid a drop,if that plays out. Will reassess after the news. Good luck to those still holding.In fact I had a deeper look at the website and it does read very much like a rebranded middleware company. They are clearly getting traction but I was curious to try and establish what the usp is (I have spent a big chunk of my professional career in enterprise software so have come across similar companies before, albeit some years ago now) - informed thoughts appreciated. Not saying there isn't one but it didn't jump out at me when I looked
davr0s
19/1/2017
09:40
I must refer more to the follow feed because actually I see that the news was mentioned on there. ADVFN have some good resources I must say!
hazl
19/1/2017
09:20
Apologies if my initial post came across a rude. I was walking back to my car with Starbucks in hand!The news popped up on my Sharepad screen. Very good news as it proves there is demand. This company is going truly global.I've seen Blue Prism in action in two big FTSE 100 financial companies, and have seen the impacts on team costs and it is significant. The tools themselves are not rocket science but that shouldn't be seen as a negative. The iPod was basically a pocket sized hard drive with an LCD screen and a headphone jack. It was easy to copy but Apple were first and invested heavily in creating demand. Blue Prism were arguably the first in RPA and are building global demand through hook ups with the big consultancies. I'm also losing count of the amount of connections on LinkedIn who are going through Blue Prism accreditation.PRSM is either going to become very profitable, or get bought out.The future is bright. The future is Blue.
villarich
19/1/2017
09:16
Japan is surely a big market where automation is king :)
croasdalelfc
19/1/2017
09:10
http://www.quanton.co.nz/why-use-digital-automation/ Just looked up this firm from the link. Blue P mentioned if you scroll down.
hazl
19/1/2017
09:03
Thanks indeed Villarich looking very exciting again.
hazl
19/1/2017
09:03
Yes, fantastic supporting quotes after that article. "best of breed", like that.
zagrosfold
19/1/2017
09:02
'Shane O’Sullivan, RPA co-lead, PwC Australia “The speed and cost benefits of Robotic Process Automation are a game changer for Australian businesses facing low-growth environments and declining benefits from traditional optimization strategies,” said Shane O’Sullivan, RPA co-lead, PwC Australia. “Blue Prism's move into Sydney signals to the market the disruption that's to come from RPA, which will deliver the next wave of operational improvement and customer experience enablement.” ' VERY GOOD FIND Villarich
hazl
19/1/2017
09:00
Great thanks. You'd think that was worthy of an RNS wouldn't you? Ah well, results on the 24th, can't be too greedy.
zagrosfold
19/1/2017
08:52
Anyone post a link? Scoured their website and can't find anything.
zagrosfold
19/1/2017
08:48
well spotted Villarich on their website ......... LONDON & SYDNEY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--U.K.-headquartered Blue Prism, the robotic process automation software company delivering the world’s most successful digital workforce, today announced the opening of a new Sydney office to meet the groundswell of demand in the region for the company’s RPA software platform. Several of Blue Prism’s strategic alliances are highly active in the market (see supporting quotes), driving the need for a stronger local presence. The company has also appointed Mike Cawsey as regional director of sales for Australia and New Zealand. ps stop losses on aim stocks is a risky strategy - imho
janeann
19/1/2017
08:43
Check the news...new office in Sydney
villarich
19/1/2017
08:42
What announcement?
zagrosfold
19/1/2017
08:34
Pleased to see this rise again but so frustrated with the price action over the last week or so. I'm a long term holder in PRSM but had my stop losses hit when it went to £4. Im back in now after yesterday's announcement as it proved this share has legs. It is the future. And for those who say the technology is easily copied...the best money to be made is in the simple things.
villarich
18/1/2017
15:25
chester, next stop? £6.50? or more?
parvez
18/1/2017
11:56
chester, good point about the prior momentum.
bamboo2
18/1/2017
11:10
RTJ - have a look at Ben Turney (Shareprofits) on Twitter. He is driving a campaign with FCA to put an end to these practices....
adorling
18/1/2017
11:08
Good to see shorters running for cover now. Should see a good run up to results which IMO will surprise many on the upside.
adorling
18/1/2017
11:08
Yesterdays 38% Fib retrace caught the low. ( Post 645 ) bamboo - In my opinion, when a stock is in a strong uptrend eg. PRSM, it tends to stall at the earlier Fib retrace.
chester
18/1/2017
09:23
Got a link to the article Adorling? Cheers RTJ
runthejoules
18/1/2017
09:10
Shorters covering their positions - expect more squeeze up today as this share moves quickly given limited liquidity. I also hope Cantor take a beating after their antics on short positions on many AIM shares which was exposed on Twitter yesterday.
adorling
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