Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cloudcall Grp LSE:CALL London Ordinary Share GB00B4XS5145 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 129.50p 128.00p 131.00p 129.50p 129.50p 129.50p 44,133 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 4.1 -3.2 -17.0 - 29.21

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16/12/2017
08:20
Cloudcall Grp Daily Update: Cloudcall Grp is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CALL. The last closing price for Cloudcall Grp was 129.50p.
Cloudcall Grp has a 4 week average price of 126p and a 12 week average price of 126p.
The 1 year high share price is 177p while the 1 year low share price is currently 63.50p.
There are currently 22,557,231 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 22,453 shares. The market capitalisation of Cloudcall Grp is £29,211,614.15.
13/12/2017
13:48
140661: It looks to me that one of the shareholding announcements may have been wrong from yesterday. The company has updated the shareholders section of their website to today's date and have the new percentages for L&G, Living bridge etc. They are also showing Miton Asset Management at the same number of shares that they announced back in September. L&G's shareholding percentage has fallen to below 5% simply due to the second round of the placing their shareholding is unchanged in terms of number of shares.Not the cleverest move by the company to announce incorrect information but I am sure there is an explanation. Most importantly it does not look like the big shareholders are selling. The final reason I believe this too be correct is the small level of trading in recent weeks. The share price weakness in recent weeks is nevertheless very disappointing given the business seems too be going from strength to strength. GLAH
11/7/2017
14:07
140661: del, could we be at the beginning of the long awaited share price take-off!! This stock is very tightly held so any serious buying and I could see a 30-50% uplift in one day. GLAH
05/7/2017
05:29
140661: Its been very quiet here for some time. The business is maturing and people are waiting to see if the long promised move to profitability and cash-flow break even is going to happen. The half year figures are only a few weeks away so we should have a clearer picture then. If it looks like they are making the progress promised and ARR is growing strongly then I could see a 20/30% share price appreciation over the next month or so. As DaveMac3 points out it does not take much to get this price moving. GLAH
02/5/2017
06:56
140661: Highly unlikely PJ, I listened to the recent presentation from management post the prelims and they stated there was no need for a further fund raise. Now you could say you dont believe management and some would agree with you but add the new LTIP into the equation and why would management want to issue more shares and make their share price targets more difficult to reach? IMHO, its fairly clear that management now believe they have the opportunity to take this company to £100m+ within the next 4 years. Its steady as she goes with solid growth likely, strong growth in ARR making them an attractive target in 2/3 years time. GLAH
30/4/2017
17:31
140661: As a long suffering shareholder I need the share price above £1.75 to break even, so a highly incentivised management team is fine by me. At £5 the company is worth £100m and if they can get it their within 4 years I would be more than happy to give away 10%. Lets not forget certain key members of the management team hold no/few shares so its good business to incentivise them through an LTIP.
28/3/2017
16:05
140661: It will be interesting to see if one of the directors or one of the major shareholders picked up the 100k buy today. Given that the results provided little new information other than confirmation that trading was going well I am a little disappointed in today's share price reaction. Looking forward to Friday's call with management to see if we can glean anything further. GLAH
16/3/2017
09:41
brucie5: Well, 90 was the immediate level I was looking for chartwise. If that's confirmed, then I think from a chart perspective we're cleared for take off. The gap is potentially very large, though clearly this will all depend on results in due course. However, the share price very often gives us the heads up.
14/2/2017
07:03
140661: Positive note from Citywire yesterday Small cap hedge fund manager David Crawford has invested in online communications minnow CloudCall (CALL) after it increased its revenues by 50% last year. Crawford bought a 3.2% stake in the business worth £510,167 at a share price of 79p, up 61% from the four-year low of 49p in November last year. The stake is held in his £213 million City Financial Absolute Equity fund, which, despite a tough 2016, has maintained a good three-year record. ‘We like the business model,’ Crawford told Citywire. ‘The product adds value for customers and gives CloudCall a high percentage of recurring revenue. Typical [software as a service] companies trade on much higher multiples of sales thus we think the shares have plenty of upside.’ In an update last month, CloudCall reported cashflow 50% higher than the previous year at £4.9 million, with recurring revenue up 63%.
31/1/2017
21:47
thoseintheknow: No-one interested anymore? Cleared major loose holder, 10% share price rise and no comments!
10/1/2017
20:24
thoseintheknow: Been gradually building a position here and pleased with today's announcement. Growth company investor recently produced a positive note on the company and P. Scott has also commented favourably on today's update (see below). Happy to hold for the medium term as I like the board's experience, solid institutional support and more than enough cash to reach cash-flow break-even. "Trading update - the update today reads very well, hence the 20% rise in share price today. Although it's important to remember that this is still a loss-making, cash-burning company, and has a track record of disappointing against forecasts, and repeated fundraisings (not always executed well). Key points (this related to the year ended 31 Dec 2016); Revenues up c.50% vs prior year Recurring revenue up 63% Loss will be in line with expectations (no figure given!) - I think this is likely to be something like £3.5m, but don't have any forecasts to hand. Bullhorn & other CRM relationships are now key to sales effort, and it seems to be working. Customer churn has reduced & customer service levels improved. Good visibility for 2017. Cash of £3.2m (but doesn't mention the £0.9m loan, so I make that net cash of £2.3m) My opinion - if this was a newly floated company, without a history of disappointment, then I think (in current market conditions) there would be considerable appetite for these shares. So there is the potential here for a dramatic improvement in market sentiment, once the stale bulls have been cleared out, and providing the figures keep moving strongly in the right direction. Cash burn is clearly still a problem though. So it's maybe too early to get wildly excited about this share. The revised strategy of concentrating on a few key CRM partners is a great improvement, and that's reflected in high margins, strong top line growth, and low churn. If sufficient scale is reached, then this business would transform into something highly profitable. However, there's a long way to go, in terms of growth, to get to that point. My approach is to ignore the past, and assess it fresh, as of today. On that basis, I feel risk:reward is improving. Good growth, and adequate (for now) cash, means that this time next year it should be not far from breakeven. As long as the strong top line growth continues, then I'm happy to hold. If top line growth dropped to say 20%, then I'd exit stage left. Investors love high margin software companies with high recurring revenues & low churn. That's the perfect combination. CloudCall has exactly those characteristics, but the key missing link is that there just aren't enough customers (yet)! On balance, I'm happy to run with it. None of the above alters the indisputable fact that this has been a very disappointing share to date. However, based on a strong update today, if you look at it freshly, I think there's a fairly good chance that the upside could be pretty good."
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