Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eg Solutions LSE:EGS London Ordinary Share GB00B07XR777 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 48.50p 47.00p 50.00p 48.50p 48.50p 48.50p 1,612 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 7.5 0.4 3.6 13.5 11.00

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Eg Solutions Daily Update: Eg Solutions is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EGS. The last closing price for Eg Solutions was 48.50p.
Eg Solutions has a 4 week average price of 54.53p and a 12 week average price of 51.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 71p while the 1 year low share price is currently 40p.
There are currently 22,682,937 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,522 shares. The market capitalisation of Eg Solutions is £11,001,224.45.
proactivest: Video interview with CEO Elizabeth Gooch Elizabeth Gooch, the chief executive of eg solutions (LON:EGS), says the group is keen to close more business in new sectors and new territories following a strong set of full-year figures from the back office software optimisation company. The group’s share price rose today after it swung to a profit thanks to a 69% rise in revenues. Gooch says that was a result of the company capitalising on the investments made in 2013 and flags up ‘many more contracts in the pipeline’.
oregano: Commentary from Megabyte. Subscribers will know that we have been critical of eg’s poor long term financial track record, but there is no taking away from the quality of these figures. For us, perhaps a more important element is the fact that the company has landed customers in multiple verticals, which substantially opens up the addressable market. But before we get too carried away, we have seen many small software companies have what look like break-out years, only to see all of the company’s resources diverted into implementation and account management, leading to a return to low growth. So, eg will need to work hard and continue to invest in sales & marketing to ensure maintained momentum. Against this backdrop, eg’s share price performance and valuation is perhaps surprising. While the shares have recovered from their March 2014 lows, they are still well below their 2013 highs, despite much stronger financials and balance sheet. Indeed, with the fundraising cash all still sitting on the balance sheet, eg’s enterprise value is little changed from a year ago at £10m. Perhaps institutional investors are just taking a cautious view until eg can prove that last year was the start of summer rather than just a single swallow.
oregano: From Megabyte; Breakout year for eg solutions? Back office optimisation software vendor eg solutions has delivered a markedly improved performance in its first half to July. Revenues jumped by nearly 80% to £4m and eg returned to a meaningful level of profit. We have long felt that the company is subscale and would struggle to compete over the long term, but could this be the long-awaited break-out year for eg solutions? Listed on AIM with a market cap of £12m, eg solutions provides back office optimisation solutions primarily into call centres in the financial services sector. eg’s applications provide operation management information in back office scenarios designed to enable streamlined processes and reduced costs. Revenue for the six months to July jumped by 80% to £4m and the company reported an EBITDA profit of £1.1m. The growth was driven in part by a £1.2m contract, half of which was recognised in the first half. Cash conversion was respectable, given the growth profile, with £0.7m generated at the operating level. However, with £0.3m of capitalised R&D, only £0.3m of the EBITDA was converted to net cash. Gross cash at the period end was £0.8m and the company has £0.6m in convertible loan notes. First thoughts eg solutions has been generating around £5m in annual revenues since Noah was a lad, so this is potentially a game-changing set of results for the company. However, one swallow does not a summer make and the key now will be sustainability. To our mind, eg is still too dependent on a small number of large licence fees which makes predicting future growth and profitability very difficult. However, if it can continue to land new deals and build its recurring revenue base, then it may be able to reach critical mass. After many years of disappointment, investors have been understandably cautious about rewarding eg’s renewed growth with superior share price performance. But if the company can string together another few periods of growth like this one, then it may just start to look like the growth company it has always claimed to be.
smithie6: bwt chairmans effective share price...if gets the matching shares... at approx. 25p reduces even more when consider tax... his new shares qualify imo for EIS and tax relief...since they are new shares... not shares bought in the market (which dont qualify for tax relief...the ones you and I could buy !) with 40% tax relief 25p perhaps reduces to 17p and EIS shares are I think free of all tax when sold... which perhaps takes the effective price down even lower !! ...and using shareholder assets..which belong to someone..its not free money...
beethoven3: smithie6 - I see (I think) the various points you are making. What I am trying to work out is whether they are all relevant to the present and future of the company, also bearing in mind the state of the business and the share price when the various transactions you refer to were agreed. I guess it'll come to me sometime when I'm in the bath.
smithie6: it is...or looks like 2 blocks of 200k pnds.... all a bit strange....and imo done with insider info when the co. has seen a marked jump in trade.... "The Company and Mr McIntyre have also agreed that, subject to receipt of necessary regulatory and procedural clearances, Mr McIntyre will shortly subscribe for 400,000 new Ordinary Shares at a price of 50 pence per Ordinary Share." imo there will be matching shares at 0p under the options match these shares... so 800k news shares for 0p if perf. conditions are met.... to give him 1.6M shares in total (NOTE. At most cos. the non-exec. chairman gets few share options... share options normally go mainly to the MD and FD and any key managers) sp his effective share price would reduce to approx. 25p and of course for many AIM cos. the perf. scheme perf. conditions or targets are never revealed to humble shareholders ---- and of course who will the chairman at some time be selling those 8 lets say the share price rises at some time to 125p then he gets 1.6M pnds... whether or not he has in fact done anything at all to produce any improvement in co. perf. or in the share price .and is only in a part time role... noting that a share price can go up or down even if the co. perf. doesnt change depends on mkts..bubbles..etc etc...
simon gordon: Shares Mag: Clash crunches EG Solutions Stafford-based back-office optimisation software supply minnow EG Solutions (EGS:AIM) has been thrown a googly as chairman and chief executive John O'Connell walked out. This comes as a huge shock as he'd been in the job less than three months, having initially joined as a non-executive director in March. Perhaps unsurprisingly the confidence of investors has been shaken, swiping more than 15% off the share price to 76.5p. Our sources tell us that friction had been building between O'Connell, foundering acting executive chairman Elizabeth Gooch and some of the company's institutional backers for a couple of weeks. I'm shocked since I shared a table with O'Connell just a few weeks ago at the UK Tech awards, and he spoke excitedly about the opportunity for EG during our chat. But sometimes cultures clash and it's best to draw a speedy line under events and move on, perhaps even more so at a microcap business like EG. Gooch will step into the breach short-term to provide a stabilising force, a sensible move, but investors can expect a new CEO appointment in due course.
simon gordon: It was a shocker to see John O'Connell had left this morning. He must have fallen out with the founder, his team will probably follow him. I think the main hope must now be that Aspect come in and buy them. Other than that, I don't see much hope for share price appreciation. I had read negative comments about the founder before but to get O'Connell to take the job and for him to totally leave the company after a few months is pathetic.
eagle eye: EGS gave a good account of themselves at the Investors Form. Quite a lot of investor interest - their stand was busy throughout the day. The share price has broken out into a 12 month high this morning, but it doesn't take much volume to get the share price moving. Well done EGS for making the effort to spread the story.
h101: I'll take a less jaundiced look again at EGS. I'm not so proud that I won't transfer money from my other shares to EGS should I feel it has more or even equivalent potential. There are other factors to be considered, such as that of the steady decline in EGS share price, halted currently. While there may be liquidity issues, nonetheless sentiment seems to be against it, hence perhaps a heightened sensitivity by certain members of this board. Lack of liquidity can lead to high volatility, yet EGS displays none of that over the last year. Except now where a sudden jump on the back of small volumes can lead to seeing the share as risky. There is every risk it jumps down again. My own investment approach varies depending on the degree of risk. One share I felt had less risk and thus I was prepared to buy in earlier than delivery. While you may try to pick apart my perceived inconsistencies, you do so from too little context or information. Given when I bought the other share let's say I had a choice to buy it and EGS. At the times I bought, over the last year and more, EGS continued its fall. As stated by the company, profitability reappeared in the latter part of 2007. On balance I chose not to invest in what you see as a better prospect. Since I didn't I made a modest profit. Otherwise, I'd be looking at buying in anywhere from 80p to 12p together with say an average 50% loss. All I'm trying to say is don't assume too much about my strategy and background on the basis of some simplistic comments I make here. I don't have the desire to expound all the finer points or thought processes. I'm sure a drink down the pub would be the best place for that.
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