Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Attraqt Group Plc LSE:ATQT London Ordinary Share GB00BMJJFZ18 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 25.50 24.00 27.00 25.50 25.50 25.50 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 19.4 -4.4 -2.7 - 46

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/8/2015
22:37
More small buys... no doubt there will be a chunkier sell reported one day soon... same pattern...someone is selling out... when they have finished... ?
cyberbub
05/8/2015
14:58
Proactive speaks to CEO Andre Brown . . . http://tinyurl.com/p5d72wd
ftseproactive
05/8/2015
08:26
The company is announcing a new contract or partnership every few weeks, very encouraging!
cyberbub
05/8/2015
07:07
TECHNOLOGY PARTNERSHIP SIGNED WITH YUDU MEDIA ATTRAQT and YUDU Media to develop new joint service offering ATTRAQT Group plc (AIM: ATQT), a leading provider of eCommerce visual merchandising, site search and recommendation technology, is pleased to announce that it has signed a memorandum of understanding ('MOU') with mobile digital catalogue app developer YUDU Media ('YUDU'), to develop 'Live Catalog', a joint service offering using ATTRAQT's visual merchandising platform and YUDU's digital catalogue technology. ATTRAQT's Freestyle Merchandising ('FSM') platform enables retailers to manage how products are merchandised on their eCommerce sites, and under the terms of the MOU, YUDU's existing clients will be able to add ATTRAQT's FSM technology to their mobile apps. YUDU's technology allows companies to convert product catalogues and retail websites into a mobile digital catalogue app and similarly, ATTRAQT's existing customers will be able to integrate the FSM technology used on their eCommerce sites into a new YUDU-developed mobile catalogue app. This is ATTRAQT's first technology partnership, allowing the Group to extend the use of its FSM technology into new market segments. Live Catalog will enable retailers to add real-time visual merchandising techniques, such as personalised promotions and special offers, and other rapidly-changing content to their digital catalogues. ATTRAQT and YUDU have already completed the proof of concept, which demonstrates the advantages of being able to merchandise within a mobile app. Both parties expect to start marketing the offering to their respective clients shortly. A white paper on the new service offering is available from www.attraqt.com/digital catalogs.html André Brown, CEO of ATTRAQT Group plc, commented: "We are delighted to be working with YUDU - our first technology partnership where we are creating Live Catalog, a new service offering for our customers. Combining ATTRAQT's Freestyle Merchandising platform and YUDU's digital catalogue technology will allow our customers to seamlessly incorporate the same visual merchandising that they use on their eCommerce sites into a mobile app. YUDU currently have over 220 retail clients who will now have the option to use ATTRAQT's technology to enhance their merchandising. We believe the partnership could be a very valuable opportunity for our business and have been delighted by the internal feedback we've had from the proof of concept." Richard Stephenson, CEO of YUDU commented: "We are pleased to be working with ATTRAQT to develop this joint service offering for our customers. The ATTRAQT technology means that YUDU's apps can now bring retailer catalogues to life with current, personalised offers and content tailored to the user. We have been able to produce great results for our clients, improving sales conversion and enhancing the user experience and look forward to working with the ATTRAQT team going forward."
battlebus2
28/7/2015
16:46
The Stig I suppose we have to let the figures speak for themselves, lets see what happens in Sept results shall we.
grahamwales
27/7/2015
15:08
Interesting, another largeish block sell gone through... taking out the buys of the last week or two...Someone is definitely selling out a substantial chunk... doesn't worry me if it is done in an orderly manner... which it is, so far... and when they have finished selling, the way will be cleared to move up - especially if accompanied by more good news on progress...NAI
cyberbub
27/7/2015
08:29
wow how incredibly naive and gullible you mug punters are if Dan was doing so well with POWA why would he bother with ATQT That article above is clearly a puff piece no doubt placed by his PR Companies House filings show Net Worth of MINUS Twenty milllion hxxp://companycheck.co.uk/company/06376989 Various floating charges https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/06376989/charges
the stigologist
27/7/2015
07:47
Hi Cyber So you got some after all lol. Like you the fact that they seem to have a product that large fashion retailers like. Online shopping is growing so retailers obviousley want to catch as many people when they first look at the site. If a site doesn't appeal to a customer say within the first 5 minutes they will probably move to another site. You maybe correct that someone is selling if they are they are getting 59p whilst they only offer us plebs 57p corruption at its worst. Dan Wagner. Everything he touches seems to turn to gold. Lets hope this one is the same, think you may be underestimating the turnover slightly though you could probably treble that figure. hxxp://www.managementtoday.co.uk/news/1298533/dan-wagners-powa-technologies-worth-16-billion-pounds/
grahamwales
18/7/2015
00:21
The reason I have suggested a possible 4-5 bag from here is simple. The company is growing fast, so should be rated at a P/E of 20 if all goes well. So at say £50M market cap (=250p SP) that would need say profits of just £2.5M. Plus tax say £3M, and then their admin costs of £2M makes £5M. At an 80pc profit margin that would mean a turnover of say £6M. I would think that in due course, say a couple of years, a turnover of £6M is not unrealistic? NAI DYOR
cyberbub
16/7/2015
21:43
Anyone got any links to Dan Wagner's previous exploits, by any chance?
cyberbub
14/7/2015
13:03
Thanks I will follow up with TD Waterhouse.Seems to me that one of the original investors may be slowly selling some/all of their holding... often a good time to get into an illiquid stock without paying excessively...
cyberbub
14/7/2015
08:33
Barclays don't seem to agree.
b1ggles
13/7/2015
16:08
Both the trades this morning were mine. Interestingly I am trying to buy a few more in my ISA but it says tgey aren't eligible for an ISA. Has anyone else had the same issue, or know why? Thx.
cyberbub
13/7/2015
08:34
Well I have decided to take the plunge here. If they don't need more cash then it seems like fair value at the current SP, and if they continue the rapid expansion then it should be a good ride here in the next 12 months before they get taken out. I could see a 4-5 bagger with a bit of luck.Even if they do need a few hundred grand to tide them over, I imagine one of the well-heeled directors could offer them a low-interest loan for 12 months, as they will want to avoid dilution.Good luck all. No advice intended.
cyberbub
12/7/2015
12:38
Thanks battlebus - will do.
puzzler2
12/7/2015
12:08
On the 15th of June the CEO told proactive investors they wouldn't need anymore funding and were on target for break even in Q1. Check out the video on directors talk or YouTube.
battlebus2
12/7/2015
10:37
I like the look of this company - they seem to be doing all the right things. They have a good product with significant recurring revenue as a percentage of sales, that is scale-able and they are winning new contracts. The question for me (already referred to by cyberbub) is can they scale up activity sufficiently quickly to become cash generative before their buffer of cash runs out? - or will they come back to the market for more via a placing? Cash is king! Also, I've noticed that the free float is only 10%, with the other 90% held by the directors and Dan Wagner's mates. Thus, on the sniff of any good news, the share price is likely to spike. On the basis of Dan Wagner's previous, this company has been floated with a view to expansion and sale. I'm torn between leaving this on my watch list, or bravely buying an initial stake. mm......
puzzler2
10/7/2015
07:20
ATTRAQT Group plc (AIM: ATQT), a leading provider of eCommerce visual merchandising, site search and recommendation technology, is pleased to announce that it has been appointed by Bfashion, an Eastern European online fashion retailer, to deliver ATTRAQT's full suite of products across eight international sites. ATTRAQT's Freestyle Merchandising platform will enhance Bfashion's visual merchandising, site search and navigation, and product recommendation capabilities, upgrading its current ecommerce platform across Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Croatia and Greece in line with local visual merchandising rules. As part of this adoption of the Company's suite of products, Bfashion has opted to use the ATTRAQTMail™ service, launched in Q4 2014. This will allow Bfashion to merchandise to customers through its current email marketing system, and will also benefit from ATTRAQT's professional services department for a full site review and follow-up workshops. André Brown, CEO of ATTRAQT Group plc, commented: "We are delighted to announce that Bfashion has selected ATTRAQT to provide our full range of services to enhance its ecommerce platform. Bfashion is an exciting new customer for us in a market we have not previously had a presence in, underlining the growing international demand by retailers for our products. We look forward to working with the Bfashion team going forward." Jay Krist, CEO of Bfashion (www.bfashion.com) commented: "We are pleased to have appointed ATTRAQT to help us enhance our ecommerce business. We were impressed with their expertise in online merchandising and the range of solutions they provide as a single integrated solution. Their technology will be a real asset for our business going forward and help us to drive online sales across all of our sites."
battlebus2
09/7/2015
19:46
Am I reading it right that they only had 300K in cash as at last Dec (OK with another 200K of net receivables), and are still losing money overall? Will they not be coming back to the market for cash soon? The company looks interesting and is growing fast, but I am surprised that they didn't seek to raise more on listing, to make absolutely sure that they could reach a cashflow positive position?
cyberbub
09/7/2015
15:05
A few sizeable buys going through today...
battlebus2
06/7/2015
07:13
An improving picture here.... The Group has continued to see strong operational, financial and KPI performance improvements in the first half of 2015, and is on track to deliver results for 2015 in-line with market expectations. ATTRAQT continues to experience growing demand from retailers for its Freestyle merchandising platform, in both the UK and international markets, signing its 100(th) client in June 2015. The Group signed 23 new client sites in the period (H1 2014: 21), including All Beauty, Bonmarché, Brown Thomas, Joules and StylistPick.com, as well as the extension of the existing Screwfix contract into other European markets. The Group delivered a solid financial performance in the period, recording particularly encouraging trading in the month of June, which saw the value of new client sites signed increase 48% year-on-year, with a strong sales pipeline in place for H2 2015 and beyond. Further investment in ATTRAQT's production processes has also proved successful, driving increased efficiencies with the launch of nine new sites in the period (H1 2014: 9), with a strong production pipeline in place for the second half and beyond. The Group has also seen a 180% increase in the value of new sites being delivered during H1. Platform usage has also continued to grow with a 57% increase in page impressions H1 2015 vs H1 2014. ATTRAQT has continued to invest in platform enhancement and product development and expects to release its new hyper-caching technology in H2, which will provide significant increases in platform capacity and performance following successful testing in the first half of the year. In addition, the launch of the new ATTRAQTMail(TM) product in Q4 2014, which allows retailers to merchandise to customers through their current email marketing systems, is already proving successful. Results for the six months ended 30 June 2015 are expected to be released during the first two weeks of September. André Brown, CEO of ATTRAQT Group plc, commented: "I am pleased to report that we continue to trade in line with market expectations and that demand for the ATTRAQT Freestyle Merchandising Platform is growing strongly. We have continued to make excellent progress during the first half of the year, growing sales and expanding our productive capacity, as well as continuing to develop partnerships and extending our technology platform. "With both the number of new client sites and our production pipeline ahead of the same period last year, we remain confident about the outlook for the year and look forward to updating shareholders further at the Interim Results in September."
battlebus2
14/6/2015
14:40
Stone I don't see them coming back to the market for cash.
battlebus2
14/6/2015
13:38
Trouble is these types always promise and never deliver coming back to the market for cash. Time enough to wait until they prove themselves BB2. Added to watch list for now.
stonethecrow
14/6/2015
10:42
Hi Grahamwales, yes looks likely they will turn a profit within 12 months, I think we can see 50% upside in a year. Only imv dyor etc.
battlebus2
14/6/2015
10:25
Morning First post on here, looking very good i must say. Sounded like there are further contracts to come shortly. U.S sounds very promising as well.
grahamwales
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