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
  +0.50p +1.03% 49.00p 48.00p 50.00p 49.00p 48.50p 48.50p 30,748 15:00:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.6 -1.9 -6.6 - 52.12

Attraqt Group Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
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
06/8/2017
08:00
ATQT have been tipped in today's Telegraph as one of 5 stocks which might multibag as "the next Fevertree". Of the 5 stocks mentioned, ATQT being a small cap is the only stock which might actually achieve this aim. Bodycote and B&M are already £1 billion+ large caps. SMS is a £540m m/cap which imo is extremely vulnerable to software and implementation problems and delays in the smart meter rollout. QXT is a quality company, but very illiquid and already on a very high multiple at a £290m m/cap. Here's the tip: Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/five-stocks-tipped-next-fever-tree1/ "Attraqt This £44m company sells software to online retailers that improves the presentation of websites and offers customers personalised product recommendations. Matt Tonge, co-manager of Liontrust’s UK Smaller Companies fund, said the business offered three particular strengths: “It has intellectual property in the software code, customers increasingly rely on the product and its products are sold on a monthly basis – meaning 90pc of revenues are recurring.” Following a recent acquisition of a competitor, Attraqt is now also “the leading player in the field in a structurally growing market”. Mr Tonge added that, compared with similar companies, the valuation was attractive."
rivaldo
06/8/2017
07:59
Cheers coolhandfluke. Of the 5 stocks mentioned, ATQT being a small cap is the only stock which might actually achieve the aim of being "the next Fevertree" multibagger. Bodycote and B&M are already £1 billion+ large caps. SMS is a £540m m/cap which imo is extremely vulnerable to software and implementation problems and delays in the smart meter rollout. QXT is a quality company, but very illiquid and already on a very high multiple at a £290m m/cap. Here's the tip - I'll repeat it on the other ATQT thread, which I prefer as it has much more info on it: Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/five-stocks-tipped-next-fever-tree1/ "Attraqt This £44m company sells software to online retailers that improves the presentation of websites and offers customers personalised product recommendations. Matt Tonge, co-manager of Liontrust’s UK Smaller Companies fund, said the business offered three particular strengths: “It has intellectual property in the software code, customers increasingly rely on the product and its products are sold on a monthly basis – meaning 90pc of revenues are recurring.” Following a recent acquisition of a competitor, Attraqt is now also “the leading player in the field in a structurally growing market”. Mr Tonge added that, compared with similar companies, the valuation was attractive."
rivaldo
05/8/2017
23:32
Link: Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/five-stocks-tipped-next-fever-tree1/
p1nkfish
05/8/2017
18:59
Not to hot on technology not here goes.money@telegraph.co.uk. 2nd item down Money,Personal Finance News. Click 'investing' click 'shares' and you should be there.Good luck.
coolhandfluke
05/8/2017
18:35
Coolhf can you copy & paste or link pls?
ny boy
05/8/2017
18:24
Tipped today in the Telegraph as potential to perform in the future as Fevertree has over last few years?Might come on in on Monday.
coolhandfluke
21/7/2017
13:27
On the watch list.
ifthecapfits
19/5/2017
16:11
Anyone that has a basket of market related UK stock, jwng volume substantially higher than average today.
p1nkfish
19/5/2017
07:57
Thanks rivaldo for those figures, would be good if that comes to fruition. D.
aylingd
18/5/2017
12:20
AylingD, N+1 Singer are forecasting a £1.1m PBT this year to Dec'17, rising to £2.6m next year.
rivaldo
17/5/2017
17:26
Positive news and nice to get an unexpected update from a company that imo is a bit tardy in updating shareholders on progress. The takeover / merger could be 'transformational' (yes, that dreaded word) however I would like to see an indication of when they believe they will reach profitability. Last I heard (from a broker report, I believe) was some time in 2018, but that was before the merger, so may no longer be valid. D.
aylingd
17/5/2017
12:05
Update this morning - here's Techmarket's interesting views for the record: Http://www.techmarketview.com/ukhotviews/archive/2017/05/17/momentum-building-at-the-transformed-attraqt "Momentum building at the transformed ATTRAQT logoToday the ATTRAQT management has given some insight into its transformational acquisition of SDL’s Fredhopper and of the integration process. In January, this provider of onsite search, online merchandising and eCommerce personalisation technology took the bold move of buying a company three times its size, and its largest competitor (see ATTRAQT goes Large with Fredhopper). This deal will transform the scale and reach of the business, quadrupling revenue, trebling the workforce and more than doubling the customer roll. When we met them a few weeks ago, the ATTRAQT management explained that the customer bases of the two organisations were complementary. 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. The product portfolios of the two companies also appear to be a good fit, covering the same ground and with few issues in combining the web services based capabilities. The integration process has now established a senior management team, unified product branding under the ATTRAQT label and coordinated operations in customer on-boarding and software and product development. A new head of Sales has been appointed in North America, a region where ATTRAQT sees substantial potential. We were impressed by the ATTRAQT management’s ambition and enthusiasm and how their more entrepreneurial and “lean” approach could galvanise the larger organisation. We would expect a more rapid rate of product introduction as the combined retail expertise and skills in data management and analytics are leveraged and as the underlying platforms are converged. There will be some opportunity for cost savings, but the management will be more intent on re-deploying resources to capitalise on the new-found scale and market-leading position."
rivaldo
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