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|Oneclickhr Daily Update: Oneclickhr Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OCR. The last closing price for Oneclickhr was 10.50p.|
Oneclickhr Plc has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 148,760,142 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Oneclickhr Plc is £15,619,814.91.
|spurious: safman and gg Held this share for over a year and have 150000 shares. It is a frustrating little share and management dissappointed on last results just when it looked like it was reaching sustained profitability However director buying and continued backing of katy potts at herald lead me to believe that it will come right over next 12 months. Agreed any positive news will impact greatly on share price. best of luck to you both. Regards Spurious|
|amnesia: Share price seems to be answering some of my questions above - down to 8p - is this the start of another slide?|
|cimac: Article from www.sharecast.com
Sunny outlook for OneClickHR
By Neil Thapar
Wed 1 May 2002
Packaged software developer OneClickHR is expected to make a strongly positive trading statement at its annual shareholder meeting today thanks to a surge in demand.
The company, which develops software packages for keeping employment and payroll records for businesses across Europe, is believed to have experienced its busiest quarterly sales since its flotation four years ago.
Analysts say that the encouraging start to the year should put it on course to achieve a maiden full-year profit approaching £1m this year. The company incurred a £2.1m loss and sales of more than £5m last year.
The expected first-quarter recovery in demand follows sluggish sales late last year in the wake of September 11, which prompted the City to trim its profit forecasts for the current year. However, sales of Personnel Director, its key product aimed at medium-sized businesses, surged in the New Year.
Demand for its enterprise-level product for large businesses should also have picked up significantly thanks to OneClick's lower prices than competing products.
The average order value has continued to improve and is thought to be running at about £45,000.
Such upbeat news would help to underpin OneClick's share price which has gone nowhere in the past 12 months. Earlier this year it raised about £400,000 from a share placing at 33p for its working capital and to help conclude big new contracts.|
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