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Activeops Plc LSE:AOM London Ordinary Share GB00BLH37Y17 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.67% 74.00 0.00 11:00:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
73.00 75.00 74.50 74.00 74.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 20.39 -2.05 12.61 5.9 53
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 74.00 GBX

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29/6/2022
09:20
Activeops Daily Update: Activeops Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AOM. The last closing price for Activeops was 74.50p.
Activeops Plc has a 4 week average price of 69p and a 12 week average price of 62.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 204p while the 1 year low share price is currently 62.50p.
There are currently 71,366,782 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 140,304 shares. The market capitalisation of Activeops Plc is £52,811,418.68.
22/6/2022
16:00
masurenguy: ActiveOps shareprice is up by circa 7% over the past month while over the same period the AIM All Share index is down by 7%.
06/6/2022
07:18
masurenguy: ActiveOps launches CaseworkiQ RegTech Solution Innovative tool addresses the specific workforce management needs and regulatory pressure on back-office operations processing case-based work. ActiveOps plc (AIM: AOM), a leading provider of Management Process Automation (MPA) software for running complex and global back-offices, is pleased to announce the launch of CaseworkiQ, which addresses a new segment of its existing customer population. CaseworkiQ enables the smarter management of capacity in environments processing case-based workflows. These are typically tasks with multiple stages, which might take weeks or months to complete, such as the completion of Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti Money Laundering (AML) by banks, or complaints and claims processing for insurance companies. The complexity of these types of workflows makes them challenging to measure, forecast and plan capacity. Such workflows are often subject to high levels of regulation and if completed incorrectly or not within the committed time, expose the organisation to risk of fines and reputational damage. These pressures have led to many organisations significantly increasingly administrative headcount to mitigate these risks. Through the implementation of CaseworkiQ, organisations can expect to receive productivity gains, demonstrate control and resilience to regulators, and optimise planning to increase surety on performance thereby reducing the risk of financial penalties. The offering is highly applicable across the Group's existing customer base, widening the addressable customer population. CaseworkiQ will be sold on a per user annual licence, adding to the Group's levels of recurring revenue. CaseworkiQ's first customer is the financial crime function of a UK high street bank and is an existing ControliQ customer. The deployment of CaseworkiQ resulted in a productivity improvement of 21%. ActiveOps CEO Richard Jeffery commented: "The growth in the regulatory environment, coupled with the ongoing challenges of hybrid working, are driving our customers to increase their focus on the more challenging areas of their back-offices. They are investing to ensure they can meet their regulatory and service level commitments, which is why we're excited that we now have the ability to offer a workforce optimisation solution specifically developed to meet the specific needs of complex case-management operations. We have identified a significant opportunity for CaseworkiQ across our existing target sectors and geographies and are excited by the additional growth driver it represents."
27/5/2022
15:44
masurenguy: Circa 9.17m shares traded at 60p, which represents 12.8% of the issued shares. Looks like a major shareholder has sold out to someone who has picked them up at a bargain price. Presumably there will be an RNS early next week.
26/5/2022
09:03
davidbennett: Bought some more at 67.5 today - great opportunity to buy while there is an overhanging seller - I’m not going to moan about being able to buy in size and nearer the bid just because a larger holder wants to get out. You just have to look at all the director’s share purchases at the end of March - all at c. 95p. Not small purchases either. Must be a great tuckaway at these levels.
25/5/2022
10:13
simon gordon: MRF, Yes, they have a lot of staff for a software company with £20m turnover. I think embedding some of their software is quite clunky. Training, etc. I don't think the share will probably get re-rated until they announce some material ahead statements to show they are beating market expectations. Those director related buys indicate they think they will. It's one for the watchlist to see if that happens.
24/5/2022
10:32
my retirement fund: Simon, a monthly staggering wage bill and after pre float acquisitions, who's to say something was purchased at far to higher valuation ? Price weakness seems to suggest some informed sellers - with such a head count for what is still a small company, news is going to be pretty leaky, no ? Bawa purchase is a puzzle though - could always be guilt.
24/5/2022
10:11
davidbennett: The share price fall is unbelievable. That comes from having no liquidity with little news flow. Director share purchases seem to mean nothing especially in these markets. I’m sure this will recover but like any company in these fragmented markets, it has to prove earnings to justify valuation. One to tuck away for the medium term, I am already a holder higher up and am rustling your some cash to average down at these paltry levels.
23/5/2022
14:29
masurenguy: Moved AOM off my watchlist and took an opening position here earlier today.
23/5/2022
11:45
simon gordon: Interesting segments from the Admission Document, particularly the potential £70m ARR: The Group has invested in recent years in building its direct global sales team and has a strong track record of new customer wins. The Group added 13 new customers in the calendar year to 31 December 2020, including AIG, Standard Life, Morneau Shepell and Molina Healthcare, taking total enterprise customers to 78. The Directors have identified their primary target customers within the Group's focus sectors (both potential and existing customers) and estimate these opportunities alone represent approximately £750 million of potential ARR. The Group has had demonstrable success in driving organic revenue growth from existing customers. Ten of the top 20 ARR producing customers during FY20 were also customers in FY16. Over this period, the ARR from this same group of customers doubled. In addition, in the nine months to 31 December 2020, the run rate ARR from this cohort has increased by a further 10 per cent. The Directors believe that clear, quantifiable ROI, ease of implementation and the Group's ability to deliver visibility and control across large, but diverse operations, has been key to this growth. Recent new logo wins such as Allianz, AIG and UBS have large addressable employee bases, and as a result the Directors believe there is up to a £70 million ARR opportunity within the Group's primary expansion targets. ------ FY to March 2022 it appears they've added nine new logos. I am intrigued by the 680,805 share purchase by the EMEIA director's partner. That's a hell of a buy. Here he is: Https://www.linkedin.com/in/kbawa/?originalSubdomain=uk
29/11/2021
08:03
tomps2: ActiveOps (AOM) interim results presentation - November 2021 CEO & Founder, Richard Jeffery and CFO, Patrick Deller present to analysts the interim results for the period ended 30th September 2021. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/activeops-aom-interim-results-presentation-november-2021/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/activeops-aom-interim-results-presentation-november-2021/
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