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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Big Technologies Plc LSE:BIG London Ordinary Share GB00BN2TR932 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.50 -3.52% 287.50 28,157 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
280.00 295.00 299.00 295.00 299.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 37.63 13.72 4.50 63.9 834
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:03:11 AT 1,026 295.00 GBX

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Posted at 25/9/2022 09:20 by Big Technologies Daily Update
Big Technologies Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BIG. The last closing price for Big Technologies was 298p.
Big Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 230p and a 12 week average price of 216p.
The 1 year high share price is 370p while the 1 year low share price is currently 191p.
There are currently 290,158,082 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 106,050 shares. The market capitalisation of Big Technologies Plc is £834,204,485.75.
Posted at 16/9/2022 12:35 by kalai1
Big Technologies plc posted Interims for the 6 months ended 30th June 2022 yesterday. Revenue increased by 27% to £22.9m, adjusted operating profit increased by 36% to £12.1m in H1 2022, adjusted EBITDA was up around 35% to £13.7m and EBITDA margin was up to 60.1%. The balance sheet is solid with significant net cash balance of £56.9m at 30 June 2022 providing support for future growth objectives. Both top line and bottom line continue to grow at a brisk rate. Valuation is the main cloud, forward PE ratio is nearly 40x, PEG at 2x is also in the bottom quartile for Electronic Equipment & Parts sector. Share price has been trading roughly sideways since listing a year ago and there is little reason to expect a sustained move higher any time soon given expensive valuation. Certainly an interesting company, but one to monitor for the time being.... ...from WealthOracle hxxps://
Posted at 27/6/2022 08:37 by camdenhills
: Big Technologies (Big) is a disruptive company that provides SaaS products and services to aid remote personal monitoring for the criminal justice and healthcare markets. Representing almost the entirety of the group’s revenues, the criminal justice product, Buddi Smart Tag, provides real-time tracking of monitored offenders who are on rehabilitative programmes. The group has been taking market share from incumbents that operate on legacy technology by winning long-term government contracts, providing high revenue visibility. Also, Big’s good pricing power and its less price-sensitive customer base make it a good asset to own during inflationary cycles. The group is expected to grow its top line and EPS by mid-teens percentages, as per our base case, but there is scope for c70% outperformance of our FY 2024 earnings estimate through a combination of more contract wins and highly accretive M&A in the next 12-15 months. Taking this into consideration makes the stock’s valuation quite attractive. Hence, we initiate on Big with a Buy rating and a 320p price target.
Posted at 24/3/2022 12:13 by sphere25
Glancing through here, the margins, clean balance sheet and cash flow certainly catch the eye. Is it still too dear though even having fallen around 37% from the highs? £635m mark cap for stagnant operating cash flow of £16m. I can't pay that. Europe has gone the wrong way (ok it is a one off thing) with growth elsewhere but maybe have a closer look in the future if the market comes off big. Clearly if you look out far enough in to the future value can arise, but in the near term the market is precariously balanced. Hell, at least BIG turns a profit you know. All the hyped sales multiple shares have had a reality check and it wouldn't surprise if they carried on getting clobbered. They come on the business channels and say bullish things like: "It was on a price to sales multiple of 25 but is now down at 11! Value" Bargain! Plonker! They don't turn a profit, some won't for years (if ever) and you're getting absolutely creamed. The worst is using Amazon to justify buying many. Plonker! Amazon is the exception to the rule, not the rule. The reality is this market isn't tolerant of profitable companies managing price increases reasonably well, even when their multiples have been sharply compressed, let alone others. One recent example in LUCE. They have done well and the market bid the shares higher first, but the overwhelming bearishness and worry on numerous fronts, has caused a sell down again. Even when you have companies like BREE, IBST and FORT doing their best to hedge cost pressures, it still isn't enough to hold rallies at the moment. And even when they come in to buy pretty big as per TYMN (granted rates are going up and the US housing index isn't looking healthy) at 335p, the layered nature of sellers in size in this market is causing all strength to be sold with the price proceeding to fall back under that mark after popping abit. If you look at recent updates, CRPR and ZTF are two examples of warnings on cost fronts. Hard to see how others will avoid some form of warning. KGH came out and said business confidence is softening. Hardly surprising with everything that is going on right now. Will the EU continue to be split on sanctioning Russian energy and how will oil and gas move? That will be key now. As a trader, have to be ruthless, quick and not get greedy in this market. Got a few wrong (DKL mistimed, CRL didn't move) but the likes of CNIC, REVB, MTO, TTG, MER, HWG, VLX, HEAD and BKS show there are trading opportunities. That is on top of the energy plays that have been much easier to trade on the long side: IGAS, IOG, PTAL. Further down the speculative spectrum, GDR and DDDD tend to provide quick opportunities for the nimble traders. So it isn't all doom and gloom. Be quicker and move quicker in this market until all the rough waves pass and the bullish tides come back in the future. All imo DYOR
Posted at 01/2/2022 10:40 by mdj8
Why the drop in price, the company is performing extremely well given covid etc.
Posted at 21/12/2021 21:09 by camdenhills
Big Technologies promoted into the AIM 100.
Posted at 26/11/2021 17:56 by km18
From WealthOracleAM earlier in the year ... Big Technologies plc published its maiden Half Year Report as an AIM listed company this morning. The company listed in July 21, the trading period covered pre-dates the Group’s admission to AIM.  Performance was strong. Revenue grew 41%, gross margin increased to 71.3% and statutory operating profit increased 63% to £8m. Adjusted diluted EPS grew 75% to 2.8p and net cash was up to £23.8m. Management sound reasonably confident about the outlook, top-line should expand by another 20%-30% in FY21. But valuation looks exorbitant for now. Forward PE ratio is close to 90, PS ratio at 34. The current market cap is £1b on FY20 revenues of £29.6m. The business will have to grow fast for a few years before BIG looks more attractive as an investment. It probably will, but there is no rush to buy here, BIG is a stock to monitor for the time being...
Posted at 18/11/2021 12:59 by camdenhills
This looks to me like a big market that is just at the start of its growth. Of course always risks if new players enter the market; but this company does seem to have something that customers want to use and commit to for large multi year contracts.
Posted at 06/10/2021 12:38 by abarclay
Heading back to 200p float price Boris is. Not helping by opening his trap
Posted at 30/9/2021 08:52 by tomps2
Iain Staples mentions Big Technologies (BIG) at 9m58s in the latest PIWORLD interview Watch the video here: Https:// Or listen to the podcast here: Https://
Posted at 27/5/2013 23:30 by someuwin
MARKET REPORT: WANdisco link boosts AIM-listed 1Spatial By GEOFF FOSTER Buyers were suddenly all over AIM-listed 1Spatial like a rash on hearing that David Richards will soon become deputy non-executive chairman. He has a growing City fan club after bringing his co-founded software company WANdisco to the junior market last June at 180p and seeing it rocket to trade above £10 months later. At last night's flat close of 952.5p, his near-16pc stake is worth more than £36m. Shares of the provider of the location-based information company jumped 1.38p or 20pc to a 52-week high of 8.12p on hopes that Richards would have also subscribed for shares in yesterday's £18m placing. Some 300m shares were placed at 6p a pop to help fund an earnings-enhancing European acquisition. Dealers heard that some of the very same institutions behind WANdisco, including smaller company expert Hargreave Hale, were big supporters of 1Spatial. 1Spatial is acquiring Star-Apic, a Belgium-based provider of Geographic Information Systems software and solutions, specialising in land and infrastructure management. Analysts believe the complementary bolt-on significantly enhances the company's capability in the rapidly growing Big Data market. Some of the world's biggest agencies rely on 1Spatial, such as the Ordnance Survey in Britain which uses its software to update its records every day. Giving AIM a further boost was Outsourcery's impressive market debut yesterday. Placed at 110p, shares of the pure-play provider of Cloud-based IT and communications services, closed at 126.5p.
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