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AOM Activeops Plc

6.00 (7.14%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Activeops Plc LSE:AOM London Ordinary Share GB00BLH37Y17 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  6.00 7.14% 90.00 22,682 15:03:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
85.00 95.00 90.00 84.00 84.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Cmp Integrated Sys Design 25.46M -497k -0.0070 -128.57 64.23M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:23 O 3,341 90.00 GBX

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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Activeops Daily Update
Activeops Plc is listed in the Cmp Integrated Sys Design sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AOM. The last closing price for Activeops was 84p.
Activeops currently has 71,364,180 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Activeops is £64,227,762.
Activeops has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -128.57.
This morning AOM shares opened at 84p
Posted at 17/11/2023 16:09 by tomps2
ActiveOps (AOM) Interim 2024 results presentation - November 23

ActiveOps CEO, Richard Jeffery, CFO Ken Smith and incoming CFO, Emma Salthouse present Interim Results for the six months ended 30 September 2023.

SaaS B2B solutions to improve productivity
SaaS +8%
aEBITDA £0.5m
Maiden PTP £0.1m
Cash £10m
A H2 weighting to growth due to seasonality (budgets signed off in H2)
Founder CEO owns 14%

A quality business. Historically, they've been counter-cyclical (2008 massive growth for them in spite of being a supplier to the banks). They increase productivity hence are in demand when efficiencies need to be made.

Watch the video here:

Or listen to the podcast here:
Posted at 06/7/2023 09:15 by tomps2
ActiveOps (AOM) Full Year 23 results presentation - July 23

ActiveOps CEO, Richard Jeffrey and CFO, Ken smith present full year results for the year ended 31 March 2023.

Watch the video here:

Or listen to the podcast here:
Posted at 05/7/2023 14:23 by davidbennett
Might be director share purchases, certainly would be nice if it was. Richard Jeffery’s wife paid 95p some time ago so you never know.

95 bid now.
Posted at 04/7/2023 06:26 by masurenguy
Encouraging performance - sales up 13%, trading loss virtually eliminated and net cash up 12%!

Results for the year ended 31 March 2023

-- ARR growth of 13% (11% constant currency) above prior year
-- Total Revenue growth of 11% driven by increased recurring SaaS revenues
-- Gross Margins healthy at 82%, (2022: 81%) supported by improved T&I margins
-- Adjusted EBITDA moves to profitability at £0.7m (2022 Loss: £0.3m), ahead of management expectations, reflecting operational leverage in the business and forex gain of £0.7m(FY22: £0.3m)
-- Strong EBITDA cash conversion of 505% (2022: 673%) arising from annual-in-advance billing
-- Balance sheet remains strong with £15.4m cash (2022: £13.8m) being approximately 26% of the Company's current market capitalisation and no debt

Operational Highlights

-- Significant expansion of existing customer relationships resulting in Net Revenue Retention (NRR) of 110% (2022: 102%)
-- 20% increase in ARR from the ten largest customers. 60% of customers globally increased ARR, including 28% who increased ARR by 20% or more
-- Added new customers in each of our three regional business units
-- Double digit SaaS revenue growth in each of our regional business units
-- New CaseworkiQ product, launched in June 2022, in use by 7 of the 10 largest existing customers, proving its ability to create new opportunities with existing customers
-- First enterprise customer using all three ActiveOps software products (ControliQ, WorkiQ and CaseworkiQ), demonstrating considerable up-sell opportunities within the existing customer base
-- Currently developing a series of major software enhancements for release in the current financial year utilising Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to provide customers with new opportunities to optimise operational performance


-- Trading in the first few months of the year in line with Board expectations, driven by customer expansions and addition of two new customers with significant expansion potential.
-- Continued healthy sales pipeline and positive outlook.

Richard Jeffery, Chief Executive Officer of ActiveOps plc, commented: "This has been a year of significant progress for ActiveOps, in which we have won new customers across all regions, grown our existing customer accounts, and launched new products which materially expand our addressable market. Importantly, we achieved this alongside accelerating our shift to positive adjusted EBITDA, well ahead of the timeline initially set at the time of our IPO. Trading in the first few months of the year has been steady, driven by expansions at existing accounts and the addition of two new customers with significant expansion potential. The sales pipeline remains healthy and the progression of sales opportunities is increasingly well supported by our marketing efforts and the significant interest in the new software capabilities we are releasing this year. In the longer-term, the enhancements we are making in our offering in the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are increasing the value of our solutions to our customers. With an extensive customer base, international footprint, and growing offering, we are excited by the long-term potential for ActiveOps."
Posted at 25/4/2023 08:08 by hastings
Broker target price of £1.50p with an interesting comment.

"We initiated coverage on ActiveOps in May 2021 expecting c£24m revenues,
a £1.5m EBITDA loss and c.£5m of net cash for the 2023 financial year. The
business has ended up beating these estimates, considerably so in terms of
profit and cash. By contrast, the shares are down >50% from the IPO price, due
to growth stock rating compression and smallcap market liquidity issues. This
creates a major valuation dislocation and an outstanding long-term opportunity
here, in our view; we retain Buy and our TP."
Posted at 05/4/2023 13:13 by rambutan2
Newly appointed CFO is certainly no spring chicken:
Posted at 24/1/2023 09:08 by masurenguy
Ken Wotton, from Gresham House, on AOM lat week.
Posted at 02/1/2023 10:06 by masurenguy
Management process automation software provider ActiveOps

AOM is loss making, but revenues are growing, and it is moving towards profitability. ActiveOps provides software that helps to improve the efficiency of back office operations of organisations, particularly in the financial sector. This software is particularly attractive in tougher times when organisations are seeking to control costs.

In the year to March 2022, revenues improved from £20.4m to £22.9m, while the underlying loss increased from £400,000 to £900,000. Interim revenues grew by 10%. Annual recurring revenues (ARR) are £20.1m. The top 40 accounts grew ARR by 19%. Net revenues retention was 104% as existing clients spend more. Net cash is £11m. This year, revenues are expected to improve to around £25m, but there will still be a loss. That is due to investment in sales and product development but there should be a minimal cash outflow due to recognition policy of the SaaS-based revenues.

This is the riskiest of the 5 companies I’m backing for 2023, but the cash pile, one-fifth of the market capitalisation, and the potential ending of the cash outflow from operations mean that the prospects are good. AOM could breakeven in 2023-24 and, once it passes that point, the profit should start to rise steadily as revenues grow. The valuation is low for a software company with this level of ARR. Buy.

Andrew Hore, Interactive Investor, 30 December 2022.
Posted at 21/12/2022 15:35 by hastings
Caught up with the CEO and very worthwhile.
Article for interest.
Posted at 02/12/2022 15:44 by tomps2
ActiveOps (AOM) Interim results presentation - November 2022

ActiveOps management, CEO, Richard Jeffrey and CFO, Patrick Deller present interim results for the period ended 30 September 2023.


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