Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Prism Group LSE:PRSM London Ordinary Share GB00BYQ0HV16 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -31.00p -3.63% 824.00p 822.00p 828.00p 840.50p 820.00p 838.00p 46,652 11:35:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 9.6 -5.2 -10.5 - 513.97

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/7/2017
08:57
You do alright from what I've seen !
panic investor
26/7/2017
08:55
Yes... well... one I missed (BUR). Always thought it was "too expensive" and never got in. Hmmmm
sogoesit
26/7/2017
08:48
BUR just about to hot 1000
panic investor
25/7/2017
14:57
SEE gundersone - 26 May 2017 - 06:44:14 - 1354 of 1687 Trading update Aug 5th. Is this correct?
petewy
25/7/2017
13:50
Dannyboylife - BP can't scale ?? I'm working with different robotic tools and think BP have one of the best scalable solutions- what do you mean ?
gundersone
25/7/2017
10:00
IBM ending BP relationship not insignificant. BP just can't scale as promised. Many more real competitors. Too many BP customer logos showing up using other technology. So much for lockin! Glad I'm out even more now.
dannyboylife
25/7/2017
09:27
Prism has a robot singing the Blue's ... so, yes, I think he has!
sogoesit
25/7/2017
08:10
Has Elvis left the building? Trading update Aug 5th, is that correct
petewy
21/7/2017
19:02
Appian is competitor to IBM who have partnered with prsm so that doesn't help. Appian much smaller.
dannyboylife
21/7/2017
18:29
I would concur with whirlpool and remember we made a big thing of the IBM deal at the time even though the wording described was a wishy washy partnership. This AA is one seems different in its strategy and deeper collaboration. As you say let us wait and see. In answer to the belief that being the first RPA vendor in an account makes it harder for another to enter is proving untrue. Having two RPA vendors in declining price market is already having impact.IBM proves this point also. But if BP was truly strong enough, not sure this would be happening.
dannyboylife
21/7/2017
17:45
80k+ of trades reported late on above 840
bamboo2
20/7/2017
22:04
good post whirlpool; I have seen nothing to suggest the ibm prism alliance is over; just there is another alliance between ibm & aa.
janeann
20/7/2017
21:42
I totally agree with whirlpooljoe working myself for consulting companies like ibm/capagemini/xchanging. One solution doesn't fit all situations and sometimes you've a mix just like organizations runs different database products for all sorts of objectives. Bottom line: if chart patterns allow me to trade, i will, else i will be taken out by my stop loss.
ashehzi
20/7/2017
20:38
I think folks are likely reacting too strongly to the IBM/AA announcement. Working in IT as I do, I see systems integrators such as IBM and the other big players partner up with multiple vendors all the time. It makes a lot of sense for IBM as a services provider to attempt to commoditize the product offerings of the verious technology vendors and in doing so to offer their customer a choice, emphasizing their ability to deliver change and reduce risk in the process and de-emphasizing the significance of the toolset. Others on the board have already commented that IBM's PRSM partnership is more about complementing their Watson offering than about RPA itself. I suspect this is very true. When it comes to IBM's own products - be it Watson, BPM solutions or other IBM products - they don't want the customer's penchant for red robots over blue ones (or pink, green, rainbow stripes or any other flavor) to stand in the way of the sale of their own product and consulting services. For companies like IBM, an initial deal (for RPA or any other product) is just the foot in the door to discuss all sorts of other things (CRM, ERP, Process Management, Databases, Infrastructure and Cloud services, etc) so they definitely don't want to marginalize themselves by aligning too closely to any single vendor. The other factor in all this is it's a mistake to think that IBM is one organization that thinks in one way and has a centralized decision making process that makes ivory tower decisions about whether AA is better than PRSM. It's a political beast like any other large organization and you'll get pockets preferring PRSM and others preferring AA and no doubt more additional tools will appear on the scene sometime soon. Anyways, long story short to summarize my opinion is I don't think this new announcement necessarily indicates that the PRSM relationship has at all "died" or otherwise gone sour in any way. I will be watching, learning and waiting for sure but it's not a significant announcement on its own...
whirlpooljoe
20/7/2017
20:37
I think folks are likely reacting too strongly to the IBM/AA announcement. Working in IT as I do, I see systems integrators such as IBM and the other big players partner up with multiple vendors all the time. It makes a lot of sense for IBM as a services provider to attempt to commoditize the product offerings of the verious technology vendors and in doing so to offer their customer a choice, emphasizing their ability to deliver change and reduce risk in the process and de-emphasizing the significance of the toolset. Others on the board have already commented that IBM's PRSM partnership is more about complementing their Watson offering than about RPA itself. I suspect this is very true. When it comes to IBM's own products - be it Watson, BPM solutions or other IBM products - they don't want the customer's penchant for red robots over blue ones (or pink, green, rainbow stripes or any other flavor) to stand in the way of the sale of their own product and consulting services. For companies like IBM, an initial deal (for RPA or any other product) is just the foot in the door to discuss all sorts of other things (CRM, ERP, Process Management, Databases, Infrastructure and Cloud services, etc) so they definitely don't want to marginalize themselves by aligning too closely to any single vendor. The other factor in all this is it's a mistake to think that IBM is one organization that thinks in one way and has a centralized decision making process that makes ivory tower decisions about whether AA is better than PRSM. It's a political beast like any other large organization and you'll get pockets preferring PRSM and others preferring AA and no doubt more additional tools will appear on the scene sometime soon. Anyways, long story short to summarize my opinion is I don't think this new announcement necessarily indicates that the PRSM relationship has at all "died" or otherwise gone sour in any way. I will be watching, learning and waiting for sure but it's not a significant announcement on its own...
whirlpooljoe
20/7/2017
15:52
Added a few more. Penultimate lot.
bamboo2
20/7/2017
14:31
I do remember a post several weeks ago looking at return per customer and identifying that most companies had more than one RPA company on board. It was also stated that there was also some significant discounting going on between a few of the companies. Perhaps IBM's decision just came down to who was offering / willing to give the biggest discount! In such a tight market you give one big discount and every other partner company will be on your case very quickly, profits / reinvestment going through the floor. Product development and support all being pressurised. The customer will not see the benefit. Time will tell.
wally19
20/7/2017
14:13
https://www.investegate.co.uk/appian--corporation/gnw/appian-extends-its-capabilities-with-a-new-robo---/20170720140008H1649/
hitsha1
20/7/2017
14:13
Appian, (NASDAQ:APPN), a leading global provider of low-code application development and BPM software, today announced the addition of Blue Prism's industry leading Robotic Process Automation (RPA) capabilities to its platform. The new product offering, Appian RPA with Blue Prism, brings together leading low-code application development, BPM, and robotic workforce software for the first time as an offering from a single vendor. This offering builds on an already well-established partnership while giving organizations a one-stop-shop for all their enterprise automation needs, especially those that require the highest levels of auditing, security and scalability."Appian's platform is now extended with robotic process automation from Blue Prism," said Matt Calkins, CEO, Appian. "Appian and Blue Prism are leaders in their respective markets, and this alliance brings our customers the best of both worlds. We've aligned the products and companies well, and implemented successfully together at major client locations."
tdog1975
20/7/2017
10:56
Fully agree with Hazl. I was in at 127p and sold half on monday after i read the IBM/AA news on Friday. Difficult to sum up...as someone said the next few updates will be interesting. Happy to let my reduced holding run..for now.
monkeywench1
20/7/2017
10:51
I have read above posts and found them interesting. I feel some loyalty to this firm because I was in them from the early stages and enjoyed the wonderful rises. Also I like being involved with the latest technology in equity form. However,loyalty is a separate thing to making big bucks. I am mindful of firms like Logica ....remember them sogoesit? They did exceedingly well in the first year and then dropped off in popularity. The darling one year isn't necessarily the next. We don't know when technology stocks will be out of favour as a sector either and that can provide a substantial blow. Again, though I might be giving mixed messages,good firms will carry on,whatever the stock market throws at them and I am hoping PRSM will be one of those. River Mercantile also hold them from what I understand. I have some running on their profit but must admit I am finding it difficult to add and I am not sure why that is. IMO
hazl
20/7/2017
10:48
Added a few more, on anticipated turn. Price now into recent historical support and 50% retrace of prior rise. GLA
bamboo2
20/7/2017
10:10
Confirmation bias is a predominant behavioural trait so it is difficult to avoid. And it works both ways; the buyer's side and the seller's side. So long as we can differentiate what side of a trade someone stands on we can make a judgement but it shouldn't hinder the debate. Therefore, much appreciated the above debate, from both sides. Long may it continue! I'm long... but always nervous ;-) !
sogoesit
20/7/2017
09:43
If I had something negative to say about upgs I would and have. They don't release enough news and I don't like that they have a poor website for mobile - otherwise got nothing else to convince me my investment is wrong. Here there is plenty to make me nervous, so after more research - including valuable insights because I work daily with WIPRO and IBM and work for a company that has been one of PRSMs flagship accounts - I sold up with an 88% profit. DYOR
darola
20/7/2017
09:31
sorry i should have said hypocritical not boring! in no was was my post was hostile - in fact I asked for more information...'Happy to be pointed in the direction of other evidence or knowledge'...i like to understand the risks to my investments as fully as possible.
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