Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Attraqt Group 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
  -2.00p -4.17% 46.00p 44.00p 48.00p 48.00p 46.00p 48.00p 21,526 13:41:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.6 -1.9 -6.6 - 48.93

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/9/2017
16:00
htTp://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/09/20/could-this-small-growth-stock-outperform-bt-group-plc/
deltrotter
20/9/2017
12:06
From Richard Holway's respected Techmarketview: Http://www.techmarketview.com/ukhotviews/archive/2017/09/20/attraqt-h1-revenue-jumps-following-fredhopper-deal Conclusion: "As we discussed when we met the ATTRAQT management earlier in the year (see Momentum building at the transformed ATTRAQT), we have been impressed with the ambition of the business and it appears to be sustaining it momentum. The business was added 13 new logos during H1, including some big brands like Arc'teryx, Auchan, Hunter Boots, Specsavers, and The White Company (it now has over 230 clients), and at the start of H2 it signed its second largest logo to date, with an as yet unnamed sportswear manufacturer, and has a strong pipeline for remainder of the year."
rivaldo
20/9/2017
09:55
Tx Riv - appreciated.
deltrotter
20/9/2017
09:45
Del, N+1 Singer believe the shares are "good value" and say their forecasts imply a 68p share price. I'll try and post more later.
rivaldo
20/9/2017
09:21
Any broker comment rivaldo?
deltrotter
20/9/2017
09:04
Proactive htTp://bit.ly/2xhoFXj
deltrotter
20/9/2017
08:00
Promising indeed - lots of new clients signed up too, which bodes well. And of course loads of lovely recurring income. The key statistic is: "Annualised H1 Exit Rate up 380% to £16.5m (H1 2016: £3.4m)" based on June's numbers.
rivaldo
20/9/2017
07:48
Promising results and new products due. Good growth and Fredhopper will only help accelerate from now on.
p1nkfish
19/9/2017
16:52
Still no interest here, maybe tomorrow might be the start of a rerating. Fingers crossed and glah
deltrotter
11/9/2017
08:45
Results next week (Wednesday). Lovely quiet thread here.....
deltrotter
08/9/2017
09:26
Interesting blog post by ATQT a couple of days ago: hTtp://www.attraqt.com/latest/blog/onsite-search-analytics/ I have been buying here....
deltrotter
23/8/2017
21:21
hxxps://simplywall.st/news/2017/08/21/attraqt-group-plc-aimatqt-is-the-ceo-motivated-enough/ Quite interesting but no conlusion.
petewy
21/8/2017
11:09
Worth keeping an eye on atqt, ebq and jwng. I hold so am biassed.
p1nkfish
21/8/2017
08:52
Still looking strong. I came across this article in Shares Mag not posted here before which is a decent summary: Https://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/news/shares/why-attraqt-will-make-its-profits-breakthrough-this-year "Why Attraqt will make its profits breakthrough this year 17 May 2017, 11:57 London-based ATTRAQT (ATQT:AIM) is a small online and mobile display and inventory control technology start-up that is leveraging its Freestyle platform to become a trusted digital partner to many otherwise traditional retailers. Superdry, North Face, Timberland, Vans and Tesco’s F&F fashion brand are customers, among others. The company’s update on Fredhopper today, bought in March, is flying under the radar of most investors – the share price remains flat at 44.5p. But it shouldn’t. Scale at a stroke ATTRAQT bought Fredhopper in a £25m cash deal in January, a cloud-based provider of onsite search, navigation and visual merchandising solutions to online retailers. That deal forced the company to suspend trading in its shares under listing rules because the deal constituted a reverse takeover, or in other words, when one company buys another business which is much larger in size. Share dealing resumed on completion of the acquisition on 8 March. In short, integration is now complete across a number of levels from executive team, sales and account management and product development, with the group offering both Fredhopper and Freestyle merchandising products. Interestingly, a new vice-president of sales in North America has also been appointed, spearheading efforts in one of the key markets for international growth. ‘ATTRAQT had done well in the smaller and mid-tier market while Fredhopper had been most successful in larger retail organisations, generally those with their own IT department and infrastructure,’ explains Peter Roe of the TechMarketView website. ‘Whilst the deal with Fredhopper was primarily about creating scale to more effectively exploit the global growth opportunity, the group confirmed the potential for significant cost savings through better management and forward planning of the hosting infrastructure,’ explains Tintin Stormont, analyst at N+1 Singer. Interestingly, Stormont points out that while ATTRAQT has yet to quantify this amount, ‘there is little in our forecasts by way of cost,’ she says. The broker is anticipating maiden full year pre-tax profit from ATTRAQT in 2017 of £1.1m, a big step up from the £1.8m equivalent loss the 12 months to 31 December 2016. Revenues this year are set to go from £3.6m to £14.9m. Sales and pre-tax profits in 2018 are pencilled in at £20.4m and £2.6m respectively. Shopping future is online The internet is fast becoming the destination of choice for shoppers. Online sales across the entire retail sector, excluding food, have been outpacing in-store growth for some time. Online sales grew 18% last year (2016) and have soared by 27% over the past two years, according to figures from BDO, an accountancy firm. Bricks and mortar shop sales fell over both periods. That represents a massive opportunity for ATTRAQT, with its best in class technology demonstrably improving client sales conversion rates, improving repeat business and streamlining benefits behind the scenes. ‘The combination with Fredhopper has transformed ATTRAQT in terms of its scale, financial profile, and market opportunity,’ says N+1 Singer’s Stormont."
rivaldo
18/8/2017
15:40
Continuing to move up, with buying now at the full 50p offer price.
rivaldo
15/8/2017
07:30
Useful new CFO with experience at KBC Advanced Tech.
p1nkfish
08/8/2017
11:53
Yes - looks like the supply of stock is steadily drying up, as the buying price has moved up now, with a buy at 48p and most others identifiably buys at just over 47p.
rivaldo
08/8/2017
08:51
i see that advfn is having an issue on what is a buy and sell...I've just bought a few, but it's showing as a sell....
keifer derrin
07/8/2017
14:30
It does in my opinion too especially with the catalyst of the Fredhopper acquisition.
p1nkfish
07/8/2017
13:44
That's fine hazl, it's just my opinion. I'm sure Quixant will do well. I believe ATQT has the greater upside in the event of success, that's all.
rivaldo
07/8/2017
11:04
OT Apologises to holders but as Rivaldo has brought it up here. I think that is impossible to say Rivaldo. High MC's are sometimes justifiably deserved. The size of the potential market for QXT and the strength of the management's current achievements are a clear indication of future success and profits growing. Recognizing the potential when they weren't even involved in the gaming industry initially gives a picture of a canny enterprising bunch,not just the Telegraph but... FROM THE TIMES 'Benjamin May, an analyst at Berenberg, is shooting for 600p. He believes that the possible opening up of the gaming market in Brazil presents the company with a huge potential expansion opportunity, arguing that “Quixant’;s level of customer demand and long-term market share opportunity is underappreciated and undervalued”." IMO
hazl
07/8/2017
09:34
ATQT's interims around September won't show the full effect of the Fredhopper acquisition since this was only completed in March. It'll be the outlook and news of progress on synergies, new customers etc which will drive things forward here. Hazl, agreed - as I said before, QXT is a quality company imo. But will it be a 10-bagger, as was the basis for the article? Given its now £300m+ m/cap and its high multiple I'm not sure. And certainly ATQT has much the better chance from its current £51m m/cap.
rivaldo
07/8/2017
09:21
Don't hold here but disagree that QXT is not in the running Rivaldo . I was very excited about it before the tip. 8-)
hazl
07/8/2017
09:05
Riv, interesting. Certainly looks more investable post the merger. I would top up but hesitant due to the consistent lack of information to shareholders, this needs addressing imo. So think I'll probably wait for further news before adding. D.
aylingd
07/8/2017
08:38
Reacting well to the above tip. Hopefully any disgruntled holders of "old" ATQT have moved on by now and we might see a sustained rise from here.
rivaldo
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