Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sqs Software Quality Systems Ag LSE:SQS London Ordinary Share DE0005493514 ORD EUR1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 597.50p 590.00p 605.00p 597.50p 597.50p 597.50p 38,300 07:55:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 236.1 7.6 16.9 29.1 189.26

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SQS Daily Update: Sqs Software Quality Systems Ag is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SQS. The last closing price for SQS was 597.50p.
Sqs Software Quality Systems Ag has a 4 week average price of 607.13p and a 12 week average price of 577.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 635p while the 1 year low share price is currently 401p.
There are currently 31,675,617 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,532 shares. The market capitalisation of Sqs Software Quality Systems Ag is £189,261,811.58.
bbluesky: Octopus seem very keen. Unusual for an Institution to buy a mere 27,000, which also says to me that there is very little around, so any buying pressure will be positive for the share price.
nfs: The pbt to turnover ratio is low for what is perceived as a software related company Is that what holds back the share price? Lots of hard work needed to claw that profit up
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daz: Re the placing and acquisition announced today The recent sideways movement in the share price would suggest that the placing was known about for some time but to place the shares at a premium and to be over subscribed is quite an achievement and indicates a lot of pent up demand from institutions.
sidam: There should be news shortly. The interims are out next week on 6th and management are on a roadshow in UK in following week. Followed by an analyst's site visit to the testing facility in Goerlitz in late September. So plenty of noise. In my view the key in the interims is the amount of progress towards the 2104 target of margins of 10%. With some growth, revenues could get to euro 275m by then (6.5% this year followed by 2 years at 16% the historic organic (ex acquisition)rate) which could equate with EPS in mid 50s in UK pence. If it gets to the target, revenue growth (core growth) will have been significant and one could guess at a PER of 10. That is equivalent to a share price increase of more than a double in 2 1/2 years. That is why I am a holder.
cestnous: Hi Space, Its two pages long and a bit complicated but basically; Cashing in on the banks fear of screwing up after the financial crisis and so being very careful about how their financial software is tested. Co. plans to grow sales to300 million euro by 2014 which is an annual rate of 16.5% and three times faster than the market. UBS bank and Siemens contracts make us suspect that the forecast of Eu10 million pretax (eps of 24.9 cents) for this year and Eu13.3 million (32.9 cents) next year is eminently achievable. Continuing to take market share from smaller rivals as more companies out source their testing. Has established low cost testing centres in India and Egypt as well as S. Africa to do much of the automated testing work. Siemens will encourage a move to USA which has 50% of worlds testing work and SQS currently has almost no sales. Gradually changing to a managed services model but did have problems with two contracts which they under esimated, but this is now resolved. "Most analysts agree that SQS is a fundamentally undervalued company but the current share price rating reflects the two problematic contracts. One analyst reckons they are a takeover target, although with the founders holding high stakes , approaches were resisted in the past.But Van Megan who holds 13% has signalled his intention to stand down in due course and Deidrich Vos will take over as CEO and some suggest that he is more likely to except an offer at that point."
gingerplant: SQS Software Quality Systems I last looked closely at SQS Software Quality Systems (LSE: SQS) a year ago. At the time, the share price was 187p. It's now 157.5p (currently valuing the company at £44m), but it went as high as 243p earlier this year. The German based company is the world's largest independent provider of software testing and quality management services. The value basics look good for a growing techie. The prospective P/E stands at just 5.8, gearing is low at just over 9%, and the half-year results showed turnover up 29% to €95.3m, on which SQS made an underlying pre-tax profit of €2.8m. There's even a c.5% expected yield; a very welcome rarity in tech stocks, and the CEO holds a comforting 11.3% of the shares. The first half was an excellent performance given the company's investment in new staff, training costs and investment in IT infrastructure. SQS said that it hired and fully trained an additional 260 new consultants during the period, resulting in a billable staff net increase of 137. On the downside, SQS wasn't too optimistic about the rest of the year, and that was enough to send the shares down. Such short-term fears may well present long-term opportunity. SQS is waiting for the European economic situation to improve before it invests further. Revenues will be flat, but margins should improve as the company reaps the benefit of its recent investment. I think SQS will reward patient investors.
envirovision: Market seems to be taking a second swipe at some decent companies today and appears to be pricing in a considerable decline in fortunes, a total reversal of growth fairly large shrinkage and with a good degree of conviction. SQS for example, market seems to be expecting a 25% decline in profits next year. I guess if the market then decides to price in no growth the year after or even further decline then the share price would more than half again. Many similar companies which do not have such good cover on debt will shortly be priced for high probability of administration. This is starting to look and feel like early 2009 again.
daz: A little frustrating that the positive IMS isn't being reflected in the share price but hopefully the story will get round eventually.
simon gordon: Indie - 9/8/10: SQS Our view: Buy Share price: 179p (+2P) SQS, the German software testing group, posted half-yearly results yesterday, with adjusted pre-tax profits declining to €2.4m, compared to €2.7m last year. The shares went the other way, however, as traders, spurred on by some positive broker comment, bought in. Why? Well, firstly, profitability was weighed down by increased costs associated with investment in new staff and in growing the managed services business. While they may have hurt the figures in the short term, these moves will eventually lead to higher profits, and thus drive better returns for investors in SQS. Second, revenues swelled by a healthy 9.4 per cent and the company signed up 91 new clients over the six months to the end of June. The new business figures are particularly encouraging and augur well for future growth. Finally, the stock is far from expensive. On Altium's numbers, SQS trades on a multiple of 9.5 times forecast earnings for this year. That falls to 8 times 2011 earnings. The prospective yield, on the other hand, rises from 3.6 per cent for 2010 to 4.8 per cent by 2012. We say buy.
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