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|Lots of promotion of IMTK then which can only be very good news!|
|A Paul Hill seems to be linked to: http://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/ (note their tweet on PTY already this morning) as an analyst, who also writes for money week. Could be him.|
|Who are paul and Ann hill?|
|The big picture though is whether any major "management consultant" and/or one of the big accountancy firms, consider the company's software to be sufficiently valuable that they would want to buy the whole thing out right. Does anyone know whether Imaginatik it has received any predatory offers before?
The boys at Forrester seem to think the technology is top drawer, or is it really just another relatively simple "networking/project management" tool? Does anyone have any views, or even better actually used the product themselves?|
|Good point - I went the wrong way, it made sense in my head at the time. I've edited to avoid confusion|
|Brummy - thanks, that sounds more or less like what I suggested - they have more costs than revenues in the US (and/or RoW). It's just not what I imagined of the business.
Dusseldorf - their dollars are now worth more pounds, not less. I would therefore have expected them to show a currency gain.
I fear they're invoicing overseas contracts in sterling, but paying costs in local currency. Not the cleverest arrangement in the world.|
|supernumerary - 68% of the revenue comes from US accounts:
United States of America 1,240
Rest of the world 596
They state 'Foreign exchange losses (112). So I guess this is the true impact to the company of GBP weakness.
I'd expect them to price contracts at a 'fixed' dollar conversion rate (we do at our company), reviewed each year. This means the positive impact of gbp weakness on $revenues may not be realised until next year.
As you point out salaries will be paid in local currency at the $ rate, so costs 'should' have increased due to weak £.|
|I suspect the currency impact is simply a reflection of their US$ trading losses that are being converted now at a lower rate – hence creating a bigger overall deficit in sterling terms.|
|Can somebody explain why they're getting a currency loss? Are they paying US staff in dollars and getting payment in sterling, or what?|
|Price rise somewhat artificial. I've had a 'fill or kill' sell order submitted all day at 1.7p (0.05p below bid) which has not been transacted. Online sell volume is max 1000 shares.
Just profit scalping some in SIPP but I guess I'll hold. Still hold majority outside SIPP for long haul.|
|1/2 year report out from IMTK
Matt Cooper, Non-Executive Chairman, commented: "Imaginatik delivered a steady first half of the year, substantially reducing trading losses while once again securing a good level of customer renewals and new customer wins. We continue to see evidence that our acknowledged leadership of the innovation industry is resulting in growing interest in our business - both from a partnering and customer perspective.
"We have entered the second half of the year with a healthy pipeline of new business opportunities and have closed three new clients in the start of the second half of the year. Having built a unique offering within the international innovation marketplace we are confident we have the foundations in place for future success."|
|An encouraging update, but not a gear shift. Surprised to see it open up, not surprised to see it fall back.|
|"The Company has entered the second half of the year with a healthy pipeline of new business opportunities."|
|"Four new customers were added in the half, including a global supplier of railroad and transit system products and services, a US-based worldwide healthcare company, a global medical company specialising in eye care, and a provider of engineering, consulting and project management services for infrastructure projects. Each of these new global customers provides an opportunity for future revenue growth."|
|RNS out [results] from IMTK
Matt Cooper, Non-Executive Chairman, commented: "We have enjoyed a steady first half of the year, substantially reducing trading losses while once again securing a good level of customer renewals and new customer wins. Having built a unique offering within the international innovation marketplace we are confident we have the foundations in place for future success."|
|I believe the last time finncap published a note on IMTK was on 17th August after the prelims.|
|Sorry, no I don't have that - only the above mention.
|btw do you have a link to the FINN CAP BUY NOTE on AIM listed IMTK?|
|Great thanks fillipe|
|21-11-2016 - finnCap CORP reiterates 5p tp.
|IMTK looking very good!!!!|
|Matt Cooper, dir bought in with 20 million shares at 2.5p earlier this year -
No small change there -|
|Dusseldorf i make you right mate|
|Quob Park held 4,600,000, which was just over 3% equity prior to announcing they held below the threshold (6 weeks ago). They also said on Twitter that they planned to 'not rush' the disposal and realise in an orderly manner after that announcement.
99% certain the 4m dumped in market today is the balance of the Quob Park stock - not particularly orderly. Good riddance I say..
Now for the price to rocket after they have left ;)|
|IMTK now valued at the level of cash it has (give or take £250k)(!)|