Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imaginatik LSE:IMTK London Ordinary Share GB00BP8XY588 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% 1.50p 1.25p 1.75p 1.50p 1.50p 1.50p 320,050 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.9 -1.1 1.2 1.3 2.28

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Imaginatik Daily Update: Imaginatik is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IMTK. The last closing price for Imaginatik was 1.50p.
Imaginatik has a 4 week average price of 1.34p and a 12 week average price of 1.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.13p.
There are currently 151,828,597 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 304,447 shares. The market capitalisation of Imaginatik is £2,277,428.96.
adammark: Drifting back to pre-hype share price, interims will likely be lousy in early Dec (last year published 8 Dec) with encouraging words but poor financials. Another fund raise in Feb-Mar then. At least RT made this interesting - old technology, current management plugging along with same failed / non-existent strategy. Move along... nothing to see here....
juicin drumroll: HTTP:// Quindell ex-boss's stake building leaves tech minnow in the dark Thursday 24 September 2015 The chairman of Imaginatik has questioned the motives of the former Quindell boss Rob Terry The chairman of Imaginatik has questioned the motives of the former Quindell boss Rob Terry, who has built a sizeable stake in the AIM-listed tech minnow. Matt Cooper, who founded and owns 27 per cent of Imaginatik, described the controversial businessman’s 14 per cent stake as “a mystery”. He told the annual meeting that Mr Terry had not approached management about buying shares. Only when the stock soared from 3p to 5p in a day did they realise he had done so on-market. Mr Cooper said: “If I wanted to own 20 per cent of Imaginatik I would probably approach the company and say, ‘Hey, you guys are worth 3p. Why don’t you issue shares at 3p?’ rather than bidding up my own price and continuing to buy – that seems odd. “If I’m Rob Terry and have ulterior motives – I want to use this as a shell, take it over or do whatever with it – I don’t pick this company because it’s got a chairman who owns 27 per cent, it’s tightly held and those people who own it have proven to be deeply supportive.” Imaginatik, whose technology and consultancy services are used by the likes of Nike and Caterpillar, saw its share price almost treble in June after Mr Terry’s stake in the business became public. He has continued to buy shares in Imaginatik, which has a market value of just over £5m, through his investment vehicle Quob Park Estate. Mr Cooper said his only contact with Mr Terry was a “mostly uneventful” 45-minute meeting in which Mr Terry explained that he believed there were a number of companies on AIM that were undervalued and claimed Imaginatik was one of them. Mr Cooper said: “He expressed no particular desire to take the company or to influence the company’s strategy in any direction. And that was that, and I haven’t heard from him since. “We don’t really have a relationship with Rob Terry despite the suggestions in his tweets that we do.” Mr Cooper queried the tweets and blog comments from Quob Park Estate, which has been talking up the stock’s prospects and giving price targets as much as three times higher than Imaginatik’s current share price. He also said the open letter Quob Park had promised on Twitter to send to the Imaginatik board in August, outlining its investment strategy, never arrived. He added: “What seems clear is that there’s no rule against posting whatever you want [online] and letting that manipulate share prices in whatever way it does. It seems weird.” Quindell, which Mr Terry left last November, is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office for its accounting practices under his leadership. A decade earlier, Mr Terry was ousted from the insurance claims processor Innovation Group amid questions over its accounting practices. Imaginatik’s European headquarters are on the fringes of a golf course in Fareham, Hampshire, less than five miles from the head offices of Quindell, Innovation Group and Quob Park.
adammark: From ShareProphets: ....Since its 31st March 2015 year-end the company has announced fundraisings of a gross £0.12 million and £0.5 million, but the results showed a loss of £1.46 million (on revenue of £3.34 million) and current assets totalling £1.79 million (including just £0.13 million of cash) against current liabilities of £2.86 million. Perhaps the track-record since December 2006 listing provides an element of re-assurance?… 2014: Loss of £1.61 million on revenue of £2.90 million 2013: Loss of £1.14 million on revenue of £3.01 million 2012: Loss of £1.37 million on revenue of £3.06 million 2011: Loss of £2.42 million on revenue of £2.85 million 2010: Loss of £1.44 million on revenue of £4.55 million 2009: Loss of £0.10 million on revenue of £4.58 million 2008: Loss of £0.14 million on revenue of £3.16 million 2007: Loss of £1.13 million on revenue of £2.49 million Er, nope! With its 31st March 2015 results Imaginatik emphasised “On 1 December 2014 Ralph Welborn joined Imaginatik as our Chief Executive Officer who is based in Boston, USA. The board is delighted that Ralph's appointment has had an immediate impact, benefiting both the strategy and direction of the company”. However, the history here suggests he is up against it and that the Terry view that “based on the value of its contracts, intellectual property and financial position, that our 20p+ valuation can easily be justified” is yet more delusion – to me, the above suggests a share price much closer to 0p than 20p can currently 'easily be justified'! - See more at: hxxp://
dusseldorf: Ajseabright - well Quob seem to think so: We can therefore confirm that in the meetings that we have held, both companies have shown a strong willingness to engage with QPE as an investor and as a value-added partner introducing new opportunities to explore. Key Step for Imaginatik Plc. In our discussions with Imaginatik, it has been made clear that they do not currently want to raise additional cash, despite our willingness to provide it. Imaginatik clearly plans for its most recent fundraise to be the last needed to support it through to achieving cash-generative, profitable growth. Of course, this does not preclude the raising of cash for expansion once this goal has been achieved, but it is a fundamental turnaround for the fortunes of this company. In our view, the possession of sufficient cash to achieve this goal needs to be confirmed as having been met as soon as possible by Imaginatik, or at least justified in our ongoing meetings to enable us to continue to significantly increase our holding at higher share price levels than we have in the past, in support of our 20p+ fair value for Imaginatik Plc. If it is not, we believe that a fundraise should be conducted and which we would be more than willing to support to ensure that the company are in a position to meet this goal, and that therefore, based on the value of its contracts, intellectual property and financial position, that our 20p+ valuation can easily be justified. IMTK believe they have sufficient cash, Quob are willing to fund them, but want clarification before investing more money. Yesterdays RNS muddies the waters, but I can see why IMTK want to carry on alone at present to avoid dilution, we shall see £1000 more for me just now.
adammark: The company has no cash. They spend 400K a month and need to get a loan of 70K from a director? They will definitely need another placing - and probably the share price is way too high given QPE share price ramp talk. No one seems to have looked at the fundamentals of this aging software business...
tradingstock247: In less than two weeks, Rob Terry has upped his stake in Imaginatik, as share price jumps 173pc in June 4th July 2015 The stake building comes as the Financial Conduct Authority launched an investigation into Quindell, the company which Mr Terry founded and led until he was ousted as chairman last November.
diamond1: L.M. Your own article says Terry is a dodgy dealer. Terry, who was ousted from insurance claims processing firm Quindell last year after some controversial share deals, lit a fire this week under the share price of Imaginatik, the self-styled innovation solutions consultancy. Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
liquid millionaire: Software and computers services company Imaginatik rose 1.88p or 33 per cent to 7.62p. The board said it knows of no reason for the rise in the share price but is aware of recent reports that Quob Park Estate, run by controversial ex-Quindell boss Rob Terry, has acquired a stake in the company. Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
diamond1: RNS Number : 7777Q Imaginatik PLC 22 June 2015 22 June 2015 Imaginatik Plc ("Imaginatik" or "the Company") Market Update Imaginatik plc (AIM: IMTK.L), the world's first full service innovation provider offering a range of consultancy and technology products notes the significant share price rise over the course of 19 June 2015 and confirms that it knows of no reason for such a rise. The Company is however aware of reports that Quob Park Estates has been buying shares in the Company and confirms that is has received no notification of an interest in shares from this vehicle and has had no contact with it. For further information please contact:
mistermagoo3: DeanWindass Posts: 424 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 0.09 View Thread (3) RE: IMTK Sat 01:12 Who knows? They periodically announce new contract wins, sometimes they even give details of how much the contract is worth and I reckon we'll get more than one new contract announced before Christmas on the basis this is the time of year things are tied up before the yuletide holidays and in December 2012 they casually announced three new contracts in 1 RNS. If they do that again, bearing in mind how much the share price spikes when just one contract win is announced, it will create a very big spike. Researching this is easy. Just look through the RNS announcements. I wouldn't say IMTK can give anyone any lessons in communications with shareholders / investors though, on the other hand, they can't go around whispering market sensitive information willy nilly. The question is, as far as the long term is concerned, where are they heading? How much business can they handle? How much business sense does their operation make? Does the income just cover their overheads? Another thing to bear in mind though is much as some companies boost their advertising and promotional budgets when they're coming out of a recession, it WOULD make sense for me for firms to also try and innovate themselves out of recession so they are in "peak condition" with absolutely up to date operations and products for when the market recovers ... this is just my logic. I cannot point to any "proof" any of this will come to pass. Hargreave Hale invested pretty heavily not that long ago and they have more analysts to throw at working out if IMTK is a going concern than I will ever have ... and I presume they've met the people running IMTK, know their products, their operations and voted with their wallets. Simple question. Are Hargreave Hale stupid? I don't think so ... so if you're happy to tag along on larger investors' coat tails, this hasd the potential to do really rather well ... but I reserve the right to be very wrong ... and yes, I do have a pretty hefty investment in IMTK!
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