Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Prism Group Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 814.00 816.50 821.50 854.00 808.50 827.00 216,839 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 55.2 -26.0 -39.9 - 627

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22/10/2019
15:15
this stock....seriously.... from hot, to not lucky i didn't jump in at mid day.
blue prism is truly fcuked
22/10/2019
11:21
At these levels, could double your money in 6 months, or lose a quarter :)
dtaliadoros
22/10/2019
10:37
Who was that guy who said he went in at 1050....? cant remember.... he got balls, i can tell you that
blue prism is truly fcuked
22/10/2019
07:34
'Dr. Kingdon was co-founder of the Intelligent System Lab at UCL and Searchspace where he was CEO between 1993 and until its highly successful exit in 2005, when he sold the business to US private equity.'
hazl
22/10/2019
07:33
'Kingdon had previously communicated his intention to step back from the Board of Blue Prism to focus on several AI projects, which have now largely been completed. The Board is confident in this new more commercial role, Dr. Kingdon's experience can accelerate the Group's stance in relation to rapidly evolving AI technology. As Executive Chairman Dr. Kingdon will assume direct reporting and leadership responsibility for Blue Prism's go-to-market and product' I thought they might re-invent themselves in some way....
hazl
21/10/2019
16:37
some "luke warm" news.....BP not doing great (only scoring 4.0 out of 5) but still in the game. hxxps://www.businessinsider.com/top-robotic-process-automation-companies-it-central-station-2019-10?r=US&IR=T Here are the top companies helping to automate the process of running computer networks, according to IT professionals Benjamin Pimentel Oct 20, 2019, 2:05 PM Robotic process automation, or RPA, tools allow businesses use to speed up processes by automating the patchwork of applications and systems in their networks. RPA software can perform basic data entry tasks, eliminate keying errors and even generate automatic email responses to customers. Here are 8 of the top robotic process automation companies, according to reviews from IT professionals on IT Central Station. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Businesses are trying to do things easier and faster with the help of software that can connect and automate the patchwork of applications and systems in their networks. These tools, called robotic process automation, or RPA, can speed up processes and eliminate keying and other errors — saving a business a lot of money. For example, RPA systems can take on basic data entry tasks or generate automated email responses to customers. It is still a small market, with total revenue of roughly $850 million in 2018, according to analyst firm Gartner. But it is a fast growing market. Gartner estimated the RPA segment posted a year-over-growth of 63% in 2018. IT Central Station, the review site where IT professionals are able to weigh in on the software they use, recently conducted a survey on RPA tools. Here are the top robotic process automation companies, according to IT professionals on IT Central Station. UiPath Daniel Dines CEO of UiPath Daniel Dines, CEO of UiPath UiPath Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Ranking Score: 79 Most Compared To: Automation Anywhere (41%), Blue Prism (12%), Work Fusion (8%) UiPath started in Bucharest, Romania in 2005 creating automation scripts. This was before robotic process automation was considered a market. In fact, the company says they realized the market potential of RPA only in 2012 after a customer told them, "We've been using your software to automate processes. Come take a look." UiPath is now based in New York. The company has raised $1 billion from investors, including Sequoia and Accel. Automation Anywhere Mihir Shukla CEO of Automation Anywhere Mihir Shukla, CEO of Automation Anywhere Automation Anywhere Rating: 4.0 out of 5 Ranking Score: 67 Most Compared To: UiPath (61%), Blue Prism (8%), Pega Robotic Process Automation (3%) Automation Anywhere, which is based in San Jose, was founded in 2003 and currently has more than 2,300 employees. It offers RPA tools mainly to companies, including enterprises, in financial services, insurance, health care, tech, manufacturing, telecom and logistics. The company has raised $550 million from investors, including SoftBank and Goldman Sachs, according to Crunchbase. Blue Prism Alastair Bathgate CEO of Blue Prism Alastair Bathgate, CEO of Blue Prism Blue Prism Rating: 4.0 out of 5 Ranking Score: 37 Most Compared To: UiPath (35%), Automation Anywhere (16%), Pega Robotic Process Automation (11%) Blue Prism, which is based in Warrington, UK, was founded in 2011 and has about 1,000 employees. Gartner said it was one of the first vendors to describe RPA as a market "having realized the broad potential of task automation." Blue Prism says it has more than 1,500 customers worldwide. Kryon Harel Tayeb CEO of Kryon Harel Tayeb, CEO of Kryon Kryon Rating: 4.2 out of 5 Ranking Score: 35 Most Compared To: UiPath (52%), Blue Prism (15%), Automation Anywhere (9%) Kryon was founded in 2008 and is based in Tel Aviv and New York City. Gartner's report on robotic processing automation cited Kryon's "strong capabilities around process/task discovery … based on captured keystrokes, mouse clicks, data inputs and outputs of business users." Kryon has raised $53 million from investors including Vertex Ventures. IBM Gene Chao Global VP IBM Automation Gene Chao, Global VP IBM Automation IBM Rating: 4.2 out of 5 Ranking Score: 17 Most Compared To: UiPath (55%), Blue Prism (11%), Automation Anywhere (10%) IBM, a major player in the enterprise software market, is significant vendor in what is still a small and emerging market like robotic process automation. Gene Chao, vice president of IBM's automation division, underscored the importance of RPA in a blog post, saying: "As machines are quickly learning to complete the repetitive and time-consuming tasks that take up much of our workdays, workers are being freed up to think more creatively and ambitiously about their jobs." Kofax Reynolds Bish CEO Kofax Reynolds Bish CEO of Kofax Kofax Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Ranking Score: 15 Most Compared To: UiPath (40%), Blue Prism (19%), Automation Anywhere (10%) Kofax was founded in 1985 as an enterprise software company focused on capturing and managing digital information. The Irvine, California-based company eventually expanded to robotic process automation. It has about 2,400 employees and more than 25,000 customers in different markets, including financial services, insurance, government, health care, and supply chain. Kofax is currently owned by the private equity firm Thomas Bravo. WorkFusion Alex Lyashok CEO WorkFusion Alex Lyashok, CEO of WorkFusion WorkFusion Rating: 4.0 out of 5 Ranking Score: 13 Most Compared To: UiPath (55%), Automation Anywhere (14%), Blue Prism (11%) WorkFusion launched in 2012 as part of a research project of co-founders Max Yankelevich and Andrew Volkov at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab. Gartner says the company has "a strong product," but it is hampered by limited sales and marketing resources "compared with its bigger rivals." WorkFusion has raised $121 million from investors that include RTP Ventures and NGP Capital. NICE Robotic Automation Barak Eilam CEO of NICE Barak Eilam, CEO of NICE NICE Rating: 4.3 out of 5 Ranking Score: 13 Most Compared To: UiPath (48%), Blue Prism (22%), Automation Anywhere (14%) NICE Robotic Automation, which is based in New Jersey, is known for software that helps businesses manage the way it engages with its employees. It covers such tasks as onboarding and recruitment, time management and ways to make sure employee issues are tracked and addressed. Gartner says the company has solid customer support and a "simple, flexible, all-inclusive pricing model."
blue prism is truly fcuked
21/10/2019
16:32
By the way, I am not short on BP, though I am waiting for a good time to enter. You must have confused me with someone else.
blue prism is truly fcuked
21/10/2019
16:30
ok HAZL fair enough, you have actually been around in BP since 2016. Good foresight, 25x in 2 years stocks dont appear everyday.
blue prism is truly fcuked
21/10/2019
12:52
No, I said DVDs would become obselete.
dannyboylife
21/10/2019
12:34
Danny- were you also the guy who said DVD’s would never take off?
bluepeter1
21/10/2019
12:01
5987 I don't need to convince anyone.Very comfortable with my takings over the years. Anybody would have been mad not to have taken a few out over the time. There are some things,however, just as important as short term profit which you will probably never understand. Again if somebody suddenly takes these out,your short,would suddenly be really under water.
hazl
21/10/2019
11:42
There is no aquisition Target until at least low of $250m mkt cap which is coming, and even then? What you have to understand is, and I've said it before, their software is not unique or clever. Gartner hype cycle publically calling RPA market over by 2021 and little IP with 100s of irrelevant and easily duplicatable, non-loyal partnerships isn't fooling anyone. This market is sinking faster that a cannon ball as enterprises and analysts read and write about the mostly tiny impact this technology has on costs. They have switched to chasing 5 bot deals that will never be profitable as price per bot falls to $500 and lower. More bad news coming over next few months.
dannyboylife
21/10/2019
10:31
I see 550p has fair value.
montyhedge
21/10/2019
09:56
what hazl is trying very hard to convince everyone: hazl bagged a 20x winner, but forgot to cash out. lol
blue prism is truly fcuked
21/10/2019
09:11
Need 800 to hold
hatfullofsky
19/10/2019
10:42
Moved below support, next action is critical. Nothing new in the news so this is about MM's positioning and shaking out weak holders. Nothing new. At > £600m MCap it's expensive today but tomorrow?
hatfullofsky
19/10/2019
10:37
Strange crowing from some posters....I found this.... at a £1 a share and had a great year. If I choose to keep a few,as it goes through it's next stage,it's my choice. It has been an incredible share. Darlings of one year are rarely,darlings the next, but just in case it gets into takeover territory I have my stance. I rarely post here now, which gives it's own message,perhaps, but if you 5982, need to keep getting approval or praise for your actions,not only are you going to be disappointed, I think you'll find it makes you look a bit immature. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPxzpYefua8 THANKS TO TROJANHORSE
hazl
19/10/2019
08:56
What’s good about the Credit Suisse position is that they are a user of Blue Prism’s software. So while you can’t read too much into it, i like to think there is a strategy based on actual product (and market) knowledge. hxxps://www.blueprism.com/resources/videos/credit-suisse-leveraging-robotics-as-a-competitive-differentiator/
bluepeter1
18/10/2019
17:14
Think this new low concludes Blue Prism for the week. Hazl, slave2trade, smerch, and all other idiots who are long from 2000p, have a great weekend.
blue prism is truly fcuked
18/10/2019
16:16
What's with the holdings RNs from credit Suisse from last week. First showing an increase in holding then following day decrease. Buying on behalf of someone else? Looks.like there has been some position.building out there.
dtaliadoros
18/10/2019
09:12
Have no directors been buying? If not, why not?
dtaliadoros
17/10/2019
16:26
April to June 1950 to 1300 June to August 1300 to 900 AUgust to October 900 to ??? Sensibly speaking next leg should be 600-700
blue prism is truly fcuked
17/10/2019
16:17
think this is a new low, even for Blue Prism.
blue prism is truly fcuked
17/10/2019
15:58
Pricing for RPA has tanked to the point, the licenses have become a commodity. Few are paying more than $1000 a license now. I warned you all this was happening even when BP pricing was still at $15k. UIpath is cleaning up in global sales but even with their growth (large numbers of clients, small deals), are not making money at these prices, so chasing market share. Interesting times for all. With all the AI stuff going to Amazon, IBM and other big names, (simple API calls to those engines, you cannot even charge for those technologies as an RPA vendor. They are very very cheap.
dannyboylife
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