Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Learning Tech. LSE:LTG London Ordinary Share GB00B4T7HX10 ORD 0.375P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -3.30% 44.00p 43.50p 44.50p 45.50p 44.00p 45.50p 135,793.00 14:56:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 19.9 1.5 0.4 115.8 178.44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2017
09:06
Yes - certainly well worth the wait and in fact it hasn't been that long given my first purchase less than 2 yrs ago is getting close to doubling!! Need more patience!!
janeann
18/1/2017
09:00
From RNS: "Preloaded and Eukleia are engaged in large scale, global learning campaigns in 2017, for a fast food restaurant chain and a global bank respectively." The mention of doing business with a global fast food chain and a global bank in 2017 it seemed to have been casually slipped into the RNS, but could belie its significance and potential - I see is a massive revenue generator. Could even be McDonalds. Satchell is on record about building LTG into £50m revenues - could happen sooner than we think ! If track record is anything to go by, Jonathan Satchell will be on Proactive Investors giving an interview on the latest update, so need to look out for it. Good luck all :)
multibagger
17/1/2017
15:42
Margins up. Recurring income up. Overseas earnings (mainly in US $) up from outperforming American subsidiary acquisition. Apparently great achievement in re-writing entire CSL programs.Considerable optimism from highly respected and normally conservative Chairman.What is not to like? No wonder the shares have been marked up and well bought.
tarrant777
17/1/2017
12:00
Delighted with this trading ahead of expectations statement. The debt will worry some no doubt, but not me. It's for a reason. Without a balance of debt and investment/acquisitions most AIM companies remain locked down by remaining niche and happy with what they've got. LTG wanted to expand from the start, and it has (imho) got things spot on, a strong balance that will lead to further 'transformational growth' as Brode has said again this morning. There's more to come if people are patient and don't sell on profit taking of others. I see this as an investment stock, not a traders' share and 2017 just looks like growth growth and more growth. maybe i should spend more time on charting.... :) Brilliant!
microscope
17/1/2017
11:12
Clear breakout with new share price high backed by great volumes :)
multibagger
17/1/2017
10:11
Good resilience in an otherwise anxious market... Only NUM left on 44p :) Edit: Expect a tick up shortly...
multibagger
17/1/2017
09:21
Used the word transformational again re 2017
nfs
17/1/2017
08:20
Whoosh! Very nice boostEBITDA margins in the mid 20s makes for a strong profit conversion from extra revenues.
nfs
17/1/2017
08:17
Breakout at last :)
multibagger
17/1/2017
07:12
Continued strong propects...should add a couple of pennies to the share price today :) RNS Number : 2987U 17 January 2017 Learning Technologies Group plc ("LTG" or the "Company") (AIM: LTG) Pre Close Update Strong cash generation and profit ahead of expectations Learning Technologies Group plc, the leading e-learning company, is pleased to announce a trading update for the year ended 31 December 2016. Financials Profit for the year was ahead of market expectations, with EBITDA margins firmly ahead of LTG's strategic ambition of 20 per cent. The Group has increased its recurring revenues to c27% in 2016 from c10% in 2015. Over the same period, revenues generated outside of the UK have risen from c12% to c36%. These trends underpin the Group's successful development of new learning technology solutions and expansion into new geographical markets. Cash generation remains strong with gross cash at 31 December of GBP5.3 million and net debt of GBP8.5 million (2015: net cash GBP7.3 million), after significant operational investment. In January 2016, the Company acquired Rustici Software LLC ("Rustici"), the acknowledged global leader in digital learning interoperability which enables online content and management systems to communicate and work together. The Board is pleased to report that, since acquisition, this business has performed significantly ahead of expectations. In December 2015, LEO, in a strategic alliance with KPMG UK LLP ("KPMG"), won a formal tender process to provide learning and development services for the entire UK Civil Service ("CSL"). In less than a year, we have redesigned and built the entire core curriculum for 400,000 civil servants, creating a more engaging and 'blended' offering for its learners. Revenues have begun to accrue in 2016 in line with our plans and will grow significantly in 2017 onwards. Preloaded and Eukleia are engaged in large scale, global learning campaigns in 2017, for a fast food restaurant chain and a global bank respectively. gomo continues to build on its success by adding enterprise customers such as the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Telefonica, the BBC, Fujitsu and Vodafone. Acquisitions LTG continues to pursue acquisition opportunities to diversify and deepen its strategic consultancy, creation, delivery, and analytics offering in the learning technologies market. Andrew Brode, Chairman said: 'The Group has made excellent progress during 2016. In addition to the acquisition and strong subsequent performance of Rustici in the US, LEO has successfully completed the largest contract that it has ever undertaken. The revenues from this, combined with other strategic wins, will have a transformational impact on profits in 2017 and beyond." "LTG has made great strides in delivering on its strategic objectives to create an international e-learning business of scale. EBITDA margins are now firmly in the mid twenties, underpinned by strong recurring revenues and expansion of sales outside our core UK market, and we have entered the new financial year with significant momentum. The Board is confident of delivering further strong performances given the Group's industry leading capabilities in a fast growing sector." It is anticipated that the Group's preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2016 will be announced at the beginning of April 2017.
multibagger
17/1/2017
07:11
well looks pretty positive to me .......... Learning Technologies Group plc, the leading e-learning company, is pleased to announce a trading update for the year ended 31 December 2016. Financials Profit for the year was ahead of market expectations, with EBITDA margins firmly ahead of LTG's strategic ambition of 20 per cent. The Group has increased its recurring revenues to c27% in 2016 from c10% in 2015. Over the same period, revenues generated outside of the UK have risen from c12% to c36%. These trends underpin the Group's successful development of new learning technology solutions and expansion into new geographical markets. Cash generation remains strong with gross cash at 31 December of GBP5.3 million and net debt of GBP8.5 million (2015: net cash GBP7.3 million), after significant operational investment. In January 2016, the Company acquired Rustici Software LLC ("Rustici"), the acknowledged global leader in digital learning interoperability which enables online content and management systems to communicate and work together. The Board is pleased to report that, since acquisition, this business has performed significantly ahead of expectations. In December 2015, LEO, in a strategic alliance with KPMG UK LLP ("KPMG"), won a formal tender process to provide learning and development services for the entire UK Civil Service ("CSL"). In less than a year, we have redesigned and built the entire core curriculum for 400,000 civil servants, creating a more engaging and 'blended' offering for its learners. Revenues have begun to accrue in 2016 in line with our plans and will grow significantly in 2017 onwards. Preloaded and Eukleia are engaged in large scale, global learning campaigns in 2017, for a fast food restaurant chain and a global bank respectively. gomo continues to build on its success by adding enterprise customers such as the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Telefonica, the BBC, Fujitsu and Vodafone. Acquisitions LTG continues to pursue acquisition opportunities to diversify and deepen its strategic consultancy, creation, delivery, and analytics offering in the learning technologies market. Andrew Brode, Chairman said: 'The Group has made excellent progress during 2016. In addition to the acquisition and strong subsequent performance of Rustici in the US, LEO has successfully completed the largest contract that it has ever undertaken. The revenues from this, combined with other strategic wins, will have a transformational impact on profits in 2017 and beyond." "LTG has made great strides in delivering on its strategic objectives to create an international e-learning business of scale. EBITDA margins are now firmly in the mid twenties, underpinned by strong recurring revenues and expansion of sales outside our core UK market, and we have entered the new financial year with significant momentum. The Board is confident of delivering further strong performances given the Group's industry leading capabilities in a fast growing sector." It is anticipated that the Group's preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2016 will be announced at the beginning of April 2017.
janeann
11/1/2017
13:01
When's the full year trading statement due? Was 25 Jan last year.... Is today's jump due to the well-informed buying in advance?....
molybdenum
11/1/2017
11:43
About time too...as I have been patiently waiting as many others !
multibagger
11/1/2017
11:42
well someone wants these today. Some decent sized trades too.
janeann
09/1/2017
14:39
Any chartists around? Well aware that Aim charts not always the most reliable, but if we get past the old double top, looks to my untrained eye we could be set for a good run
microscope
28/12/2016
22:12
Great to see the latent interest surface again here. In a way the thread shows how easy it is for Aim companies to slip under the radar without news. Hope I am right but of course no guarantees and you're right to point out Satchell's key role too. Said RSW, of course meant RWS. D'oh. Janeann i sympathize, had a few like that, hang in there and the rewards should flow. Good things come to those who wait.... :)
microscope
28/12/2016
21:24
Hi janeann, Good to see you here ! LTG is another of my decent size holds and given the management pedigree with Andrew Brode at the helm, he and Jonathan Satchell holding about 56% of the company...2017 is expected to be an interesting year !
multibagger
28/12/2016
20:44
I'm just not buying any more now; I hope that is shown to be a big mistake!
janeann
28/12/2016
19:05
Hang in there, and if Microscope is right, you will come good!
tarrant777
28/12/2016
19:03
No you are absolutely right - just my timing hasn't been good on this! and that's an understatement!
janeann
28/12/2016
18:56
Price up 3 fold in 3 years. Performance not too shabby surely?
tarrant777
28/12/2016
18:16
Certainly hope so - been waiting a long time for these to come good.
janeann
28/12/2016
17:01
Hi NFS, welcome aboard! Let's hope the management deliver on the potential next year. One for the medium term I think. 2017 should be the start of real growth :)
microscope
28/12/2016
13:37
MicroscopeBeen looking at these for a whileBought in todayIt's a 21st century company, saving costs for clients, deals seem good, the chairman is well respected Transformational- let's hope so
nfs
28/12/2016
11:03
I put up another Andrew Brode company, RSW, as my share for 2016, which has risen about 48% since my post on Jan 2nd. Expect it to be a solid gainer again next year, but this is my pick for 2017.This has to be a little riskier, but with Brode in charge you know he will have assembled another strong management team.He has talked about building this company from sub 10 million beginnings, into a 50 million plus company. 2016 has followed through on two substantial acquisitions with building them up and was a year of fairly high costs, as Brode always forecast.He is on record as saying 2017 would be 'transformational' for LTG. His word, not mine. The key will be uptake of LTG offerings. And that's where management will be pivotal. Brode clearly sees this as a niche growth business area and I for one trust his assessment. Finances are well backed up with solid accounts and this should be a rapid growth company in the next, exciting, 12 months.My pick for 2017.
microscope
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