Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Netcall LSE:NET London Ordinary Share GB0000060532 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 57.50p 56.00p 59.00p 57.50p 57.50p 57.50p 37,006 07:39:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 16.6 1.7 1.4 42.0 79.73

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27/9/201609:41ALNCNetcall Wins New Contract But Profit Dips On Revenue Decline
27/9/201607:41ALNCFAlliance News Flash Headline
27/9/201607:01UKREGNetcall PLC Final Results
27/9/201607:01RNSNONNetcall PLC £1.5m Contract Win
01/9/201607:00UKREGNetcall PLC Notice of Results
22/8/201608:26UKREGNetcall PLC Holding(s) in Company
20/7/201608:39ALNCNetcall Revenue Visibility Boosted By Growth In SaaS Contracts
20/7/201607:00UKREGNetcall PLC Trading Update
20/5/201615:08UKREGNetcall PLC Director Dealing
19/4/201615:13UKREGNetcall PLC Holding(s) in Company
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29/9/2016
09:20
Netcall Daily Update: Netcall is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NET. The last closing price for Netcall was 57.50p.
Netcall has a 4 week average price of 55.41p and a 12 week average price of 54.43p.
The 1 year high share price is 59.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 45p.
There are currently 138,667,486 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 60,163 shares. The market capitalisation of Netcall is £79,733,804.45.
08/9/2016
11:32
leucadia: Hi spaceparallax. As far as I am aware Eckoh has no net debt and I have just checked on Stockopedia to confirm this. Its ability to expand in the US without gearing was one of the reasons I was attracted to buy this share following the recent fall in value. Despite the set back (which I think was fully reflected in the share price drop) it would appear that the US business is doing OK. Like Netcall, Eckoh sees the value of a recurring revenue based business model and is transitioning to this and some of the recent problems appear to be related to this, but based on the information available at the moment, the problems appear to be a hiccup rather than anything more serious. I am also attracted to Netcall which looks like an excellent business to me, if quite highly rated. I am hoping that, one way or another, the two businesses might still end up merging one day.
23/5/2016
09:11
farmsted: Not much news and views on this thread, as a long holder I am still waiting to see some action in the share price ##
20/7/2015
16:28
poacher45: Directors of Netcall obviously do not want to run the company any longer. They obviously believe that Eckoh's offer was a fair offer. You would be joining an rapidly expanding firm with probably the best product in the world for taking payment when cardholder is not present. If you don't accept the offer I think Netcall will just drift aimlessly. Obviously a lot of shareholders agree with me as the Netcall share price is now more or less at a low for this year. For the share price to have sunk so quickly there are no other buyers around. I think your institutional holders are just plain greedy.
14/7/2015
09:27
farmsted: Looking at the share price tday you could have been right poacher as we see to be sliding badly. Hopefully Livingbridge has mended a few bridges with the management as they are the ones driving our ship.
03/7/2015
12:56
1356: Purely digging around doing my own research, but wonder if this chap had something to do with it: hxxp://www.livingbridge.com/our-people/ken-wotton/ Either way, would be nice of NET released an RNS with a bit more explanation. Not overly concerned actually as I was a happy long-term NET shareholder who just thought the share price had run ahead of itself slightly with a 3-5 year view. Would have rather it remained independent. But would like clarity because "both companies are disappointed" vs a major shareholder disagreeing seem at odds to me...
25/6/2015
15:04
mammyoko: What a lousy offer for shareholders announced today. A case of a sprat trying to swallow a minnow. If I wanted shares in a company where 70% of its bottom line came from 'Financial Income' (whatever that is), I would buy it directly rather than be tied to its recently-inflated share price indirectly. Whatever has got into the Board of Netcall that they're prepared to flog themselves at such a low price to such a financially unstable suitor? Are they tired of running a company or what? Makes a mockery of their big expansion talk. Surely they can do a netter deal than this?
21/1/2014
07:25
steeplejack: Very solid update which should underpin recent share price rise.
18/7/2013
13:26
phoenix1234: Netcall plc - full-year trading update, share price now up with events? http://bit.ly/151jJBq
09/1/2013
12:49
lbo: Seems to be perfomance related! "are subject to certain vesting criteria based upon performance of the Ordinary Share price up to 45 pence"
21/6/2010
17:07
effortless cool: ================= Update 26/5/2011 ================= Position closed. £10.1k profit 73.9% IRR I was disappointed with the last set of results. Top line fell short of my expectations, mainly due to the original Netcall business, and bottom line was also worse than I expected. I was also concerned when one of the directors that came from TPH sold his entire (substantial) holding in March. 20p or thereabouts looks fair value to me, at the moment. Good luck to continuing holders. ============================================================================= Netcall (NET) looks to be an interesting proposition. It specialises in "innovative communication solutions" which really means introducing clever technology to call centres. The company listed on AIM and had an undistinguished history until the current CEO, the splendidly named Henrik Bang, was appointed in 2004. Between 2004 and 2008, Bang has sorted out the balance sheet and taken the company to consistent profitability, but hasn't done much for top line growth. Things seem to have stepped up, however, with the appointment of Michael Jackson (not that one) as Chairman in March 2009. Jackson founded Elderstreet investments and is also Chairman of Sage. In fact he has been the Sage board for 23 years and seen the company grow from a small cap to FTSE-100 membership. Since Jackson joined, Netcall have started using their strong balance sheet to drive acquisitions in its fragmented marketplace. First, they bought Q-Max, a private company, for £2.5m in October 2009. Now, they are stepping up a further gear with a recommended acquisition of Telephonetics (TPH) for £10.6m announced in June. Alongside this acquisition, Netcall announced a placing to raised £4.25m. The placing price is 19p per share, about 40% higher than the share price at the time it was announced. Both the placing and the acquisition are conditional on the shareholders of NET and TPH voting through the takeover. The scale introduced through these acquisitions has the potential to dramatically improve Netcall's results. For the year to June 2011, I am forecasting EPS of 2.1p. I believe this is prudent because: (a) it does not anticipate any acceleration in top line growth arising from cross-selling opportunities on the significantly widened customer base; and (b) it only anticipates small reductions in the cost base from rationalisation. There is risk here. Firstly, the takeover may not go through. In that case you are left with shares in "old Netcall". I'm forecasting EPS of 0.7p in that case. Secondly, the integration may not be managed well, although it would seem a relatively simple job. I see this as a good chance to get in at the start of this growth story, and am looking for a total return of at least 100% over the next four years. I hold 86k shares at an average of 14.14p. Update 27/09/2010 ---------------------------- Points to note (good and bad) from the full-year results: - The 5% revenue increase was entirely due to the Q-Max acquisition. Underlying Netcall revenue was down 23% from 2008/09, although H2 was marginally ahead of H1. - Gross margin was 91.3%. But H1 gross margin was comparable to previous years at 89.3%, versus a vastly improved H2 gross margin of 92.9%. - Operating costs were 66.5% of revenue. But H1 operating costs were comparable to previous years at 71.6% of revenue, versus a vastly improved operating cost ratio of 62.5% in H2. - Bottom line profits were hit by an eye-watering £916k of acquisition costs, mainly relating to the acquisition of Telephonetics which completed after the year-end, and £150k of amortisation of acquired intangible assets. These are non-recurring costs. - The balance sheet is debt-free and the group holds net cash of £4m, post the Telephonetics acquisition and associated fund-raising. Next year's results will depend critically on the performance on Telephonetics, which was a much bigger company than Netcall. However, the H2 improvements in gross margin and operating cost ratio give an indication of the potential economies of scale. Although revenue performance this half was disappointing, we may start to see the benefit of synergies from cross-selling arising next year. The available cash leaves the group well positioned for further acquisitions. I have improved my model and am forecasting the following for next year (including 11 months of Telphonetics): H1: Revenue £7.05m, pre-tax profit £1.55m FY: Revenue £15.35m, pre-tax profit £3.15m With a normalised tax charge, this gives EPS of 1.87p per share. I am targeting a share price of 22.5p, based on a PE ratio of 12. For comparison, Evolution is forecasting profits of £2.4m and earnings of 1.39p per share. Update 26/2/11 ----------------------- I have increased my holding to 150,000 at an average of 13.8p.
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