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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
  -7.00 -0.85% 814.50 814.00 816.50 842.00 807.50 827.50 448,881 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 141.4 -81.4 -93.0 - 778

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08/4/2019
16:05
I LIKE THAT ARTICLE WILL HAVE TO LOOK OUT FOR THAT AUTHOR AGAIN AN ILLUMINATING PIECE FOR ANYBODY NEW. Sorry about the large print!
hazl
08/4/2019
15:56
THANKS bluepeter . And thanks sogoesit got your reply.
hazl
08/4/2019
14:12
Thanks Blue quote from article: Blue Prism is a real British success story, and a Northern Powerhouse one at that. Thumbs up – via my softbot, of course.
petewy
08/4/2019
13:58
Blue Prism prospects for 2019 08 Apr 2019 13:54 An interesting article about Blue prism's prospects etc: https://diginomica.com/blue-prism-shows-its-colours%E2%80%A8-around-the-rise-of-the-digital-worker/ "Yet if you mention the name Blue Prism to many analysts and commentators – even seasoned IT journalists – the answer tends to be “Who?” The fact that a British software company in two markets of the moment – AI and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – has an AIM capitalisation of £1.2 billion ($1.57 billion) and has sprung from the UK’s ‘Northern Powerhouse’ – Warrington, between Liverpool and Manchester – seems to have escaped their attention. Is Blue Prism just not Shoreditch or Cambridge enough to write about? How can a $1.5 billion British outfit with offices in New York, Washington DC, Miami, Austin, Chicago, and San Francisco – as well as in London, Paris, Munich, Solna, Bangalore, Sydney, Tokyo, and Singapore – still fly under the radar? After all, this is a company with a customer list that includes Lockheed Martin, Jaguar LandRover, eBay, drug store giant Walgreens, Siemens, Lloyds, O2, Heineken, Fujitsu, Du Pont, Mitsubishi, Dow, Accenture, and EY. Indeed, it has partnerships in place with all the major consultancies and systems integrators....................."
joatmon
08/4/2019
13:06
hxxps://diginomica.com/blue-prism-shows-its-colours%E2%80%A8-around-the-rise-of-the-digital-worker/amp/ Good article.
bluepeter1
05/4/2019
15:16
...thanks sogoesit...hope you're keeping well?
hazl
05/4/2019
14:18
Blue Prism and Bizagi Join Forces to Deliver Intelligent Automation Solutions htTps://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/blue-prism-bizagi-join-forces-080000548.html?guccounter=1
sogoesit
05/4/2019
12:59
Blue Prism adds new Machine Learning Document Processing Feature to their platform. Check out #BluePrismWorld on Twitter. New AI Lab works on Computer Vision Automation! Big improvements made and coming!
bprocket
04/4/2019
15:40
I still don't like the shape of the chart. Until the head and shoulders formation is cleared, I won't add one single share.
fuji99
02/4/2019
18:16
Magli, only if companies didn't have so many vendors to choose from, stopped buying small quantities and reached the kind of scale internally to make buying more a reality. Not seeing that from many of the large Enterprise customers I work with.
dannyboylife
29/3/2019
16:55
Dannyboy Just because the cost is coming down doesn't necessarily mean a problem. What it means that it's easier for companies to find 5k rather than 25k so actually more business cases get approved !
magli
29/3/2019
12:32
Exactly. Is about the management not just the product. I believe in them . They recognised a good thing when they saw it. So what's to stop them knowing where next to go? I suspect they know more about it than anybody here.
hazl
29/3/2019
12:06
The truth is I know nothing...But I feel the share price is looking to breakout upwards again. Just mopping up sellers at the moment
excelsior
29/3/2019
12:05
Correct. Share prices reflect supply and demand, not necessarily supporting business reality. Good luck all.
dannyboylife
29/3/2019
12:00
But also remember Danny what you said in the past... you are not saying Prsm is not a good investment
excelsior
29/3/2019
11:52
PRSM is absolutely right to use this latest cash to diversify. And they do not any longer hold top position. Ask anyone in this market who doesn't have a bias (SI).
dannyboylife
29/3/2019
11:51
So, 2 years ago robots were costing $15,000, then $10,000, now $5,000. I told you all this but you didn't believe me. I also told you I am involved in deals with leading RPA vendors at less than $1500... Decide what you want to believe and whether it matters but the difference between the top 6 RPA vendors, from the now 50 in the market is negligible. It's the investors that should really care as this impacts all of the top 10, not just PRSM. BPOs are also starting to build their own on the same underlying technology because they are cheap...
dannyboylife
29/3/2019
11:27
'Blue Prism has been at the cutting edge of innovation in this area for over 12 years. We are privileged to hold this position but, far from being complacent, we continue to increase our investment in the area. We are working on a range of developments in other technologies that are already helping early-adopters derive even more value from Visual Perception as an Intelligent Automation Skill.' THAT'S the bit I like. There are some clever people here and are recognising the need to diversify.
hazl
29/3/2019
11:14
https://www.blueprism.com/resources/blog/the-future-of-the-digital-worker-visual-perception
hazl
29/3/2019
08:18
Everything going well for BP except the chart starting to form a head and shoulder shape.
fuji99
29/3/2019
01:09
it's happening very fast ! Robotics /RPA/ Digitisation all will remove large numbers of jobs. Now there is a robot available at $5000.
magli
28/3/2019
19:23
'Congratulations to #BluePrismWorld London Awards finalist for ‘Rookie of the Year’ for the best new implementation of Blue Prism: - Hong Kong Exchange - Pearson Education - Port of Rotterdam - The University of Sydney' TWITTER
hazl
28/3/2019
15:37
True...but still plus territory.
hazl
28/3/2019
14:15
It happens usually when it is difficult to predict the trend/move.
fuji99
28/3/2019
10:05
Why is spread (bid/offer) so wide today?
thaiger
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