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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
  1.00 0.07% 1,531.00 1,531.00 1,535.00 1,544.00 1,500.00 1,530.00 535,303 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 141.4 -81.4 -93.0 - 1,444

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20/6/2019
19:30
Of course got long term prospects, but any disappointing news, they will get hit hard. 1.2 billion m/c at 1465p is ridiculously high.
montyhedge
20/6/2019
12:40
Blueprism didn't reach their projected scale after 15 years in business and now 7 years after rebranding their product bas RPA. To counter market concern, BluePrism jumps by simply adding the AI term yet with real no patented AI developed. Now it's suddenly RPA in the cloud (what is that anyway?) by buying this, their own partner for many times a tiny revenue. They keep following market trends but one day investors will wake up and wonder why few of BluePrism very large enterprise name accounts are not spending much money at all with them and why they, PRSM management, keep chasing the next shiny toy. The facts are in the numbers. The good news, is every time I post, shares go up.
dannyboylife
20/6/2019
12:27
https://www.cnbc.com/video/2019/06/19/blue-prism-ceo-the-robotic-process-automation-market-is-growing-fast.html
bprocket
20/6/2019
11:12
Yes, the truth will come about some day in the performance we see Thoughtonomy contributes. Management, to an outsider's eyes, are making a bet that the £80m is accretive to the whole company in due time (I would hope). Apparently the majority here and institutional sellers don't believe this bet will work out and would rather see management divert its internal resources to a new segment. Either way that poses risks. Those dissing the acquisition may have better insight into the company than I do as a PI but a (strategic) move into SaaS and Cloud services would demand additional resources for certain. I would hope any competent management would have done the sums as, I'm sure, those prognosticating on the £80m price here have done, but came to a different answer. Perhaps, internally, management do not have those resources to apply to this market segment (mid-tier companies) and consider £80m to be cheaper, quicker and less risky (internal disruption wise) to address the market than internal expenditure? [Anyway, if the company's stock is over-valued that's the perfect time to use its paper rather than cash].
sogoesit
20/6/2019
10:25
Markets change, sentiment changes. One wonders what the IC will write? Here it is: IC View Research house IDC estimates that the RPA market could reach $3.7bn (£2.96bn) by 2022. But, even though its addressable market is ramping-up, we remain neutral on Blue Prism. While it anticipates meeting full-year underlying expectations, this excludes Thoughtonomy, which is expected to add £3m to sales, but increase cash losses by up to £2m. The shares were marked down by around a tenth on results day, though some shareholders may have opted to take profits on their investments. Hold. Last IC View: Hold, 1,216p, 21 Feb 2019
bulltradept
20/6/2019
10:07
While the share price was flirting with £20, nobody had a negative argument. Now the main argument to justify the sharp correction is the acquisition. Regardless of what anyone thinks, at the end of the day if a good business is built for the long term, the truth will come out somehow.
fuji99
20/6/2019
09:56
"We are in a strange investing world, where profits and real cash don't seem to matter anymore. Almost fashionable to say that we lose money, quarter on quarter. The flavour of these times is about getting market share / land grab at any cost - the tale of Uber,Tesla, WeWork and other unicorns rippling down the market." I would agree, and as much as I wouldn't want to say it is different this time, one does have to remember that a lot of companies will be at the forefront in decades to come as automation, computerisation, robotics, nano technology etc do take hold. Now, the hard part is picking those companies which will be in the FTSE 100 in twenty years...
bulltradept
20/6/2019
09:05
A very astute observation fgump imho. It feels that the £100m sitting there was exerting huge pressure on PRSM to acquire a company - classic overpay territory. The guys at Thoughtnomy would have known that they could milk PRSM for close to £100m. PRSM almost saying "I have £100m to spend, what can I buy ?" Thoughtonomy Directors have made a killing anyway, but could have done better with taking cold hard cash, rather than taking payment in "meteoric" PRSM shares. My guess that the share price would drift to £15 was not too far off yesterday. We are in a strange investing world, where profits and real cash don't seem to matter anymore. Almost fashionable to say that we lose money, quarter on quarter. The flavour of these times is about getting market share / land grab at any cost - the tale of Uber,Tesla, WeWork and other unicorns rippling down the market.
multibagger
20/6/2019
08:53
Agreed. Market cap before the drop yesterday of £1.4 billion, equal to £1m for each customer - however the 1400 customers only generated an average of £65,000 revenue each. So a gap between revenue and market cap of approximately £930,000 per customer!!Sooner or later every company needs to generate cash and even if the company switched the lights off and just milked the subscription revenue it would still take 15 years to recover the market cap - with zero cost to achieve that. This is massively over valued.The acquisition was a great one for the Thoughtonomy owners but translates as a poor one for Blue Prism. It seems incredible that with all their resource they couldn't have built a cloud based solution of their own for less than £80m!I love it that this company has risen so well and has significant backing but sadly the reality of cash and profits will come to the fore at some stage.Good luck to all in the meantime.
fgump
20/6/2019
08:21
Volsung....good share in a key sector....question is....what value to put on future growth.
dtaliadoros
20/6/2019
08:19
“We’re unleashing human potential, that’s our mission.” Blue Prism CEO @AlastairPRSM sits down with CNBC to discuss the rapid growth of RPA, the benefits companies are realizing from #ConnectedRPA, and acquisition of Thoughtonomy hTtps://twitter.com/blue_prism Continuing our expansion into even more industries and mid-sized companies, @ZDNet looks at our recent acquisition of Thoughtonomy and how we continue expanding our #ConnectedRPA platform and ecosystem of technology partners: ow.ly/6UFt50uIqhi 10 hours ago Broker views Date Broker Recommendation New target price Notes 19-Jun-19 Shore Capital Buy - - Reiteration 19-Feb-19 Numis Buy - 2,020.00 Reiteration
christh
20/6/2019
08:09
volsung do your own research,look at the graphs, look at the business fundementals. Do not listen to anybody because the world is round, someone might love it others do not like it. But read on or google and then decide.
christh
20/6/2019
08:02
Is this a good share or a bad share? Asking for a friend
volsung
20/6/2019
07:51
See mm crashing 15.00 stop losses
borg45
20/6/2019
07:40
Thank you christh great posts.
hazl
20/6/2019
07:35
Blue Prism CEO: The robotic process automation market is growing fast Alastair Bathgate of Blue Prism speaks with CNBC about robotic process automation — the use of software to automate business tasks. Wed, Jun 19 2019 • 5:05 AM EST Top Video from CNBC hTtps://www.cnbc.com/video/2019/06/19/blue-prism-ceo-the-robotic-process-automation-market-is-growing-fast.html
christh
20/6/2019
07:26
Marc Hardwick, research director at tech analyst firm TechMarketView, said the acquisition was “a good fit”. He said: “We now know how at least some of the £100m Blue Prism raised earlier this year will be spent. It’s not yet clear how Thoughtonomy will be integrated as a proposition or as a brand but the logic behind the deal makes sense.” Peter McNally, an analyst at stockbroker Panmure Gordon, said the results left Blue Prism with “a considerable amount to do in the second half” of the year. “We think the results were fine. The Thoughtonomy acquisition was a good move, as there are a lot of synergies between the two companies.” hTtps://www.ft.com/content/87fa2bbc-925e-11e9-b7ea-60e35ef678d2
christh
20/6/2019
07:23
Robotics company Blue Prism snaps up London's Thoughtonomy for £80m Warrington robotics software company Blue Prism has swooped on Thoughtonomy, a cloud business based in London, for up to $100m (£80m), but said it was still continuing to eye up opportunities for further tie-ups. Blue Prism, which is listed on London's junior AIM market, said Thoughtonomy was its first major acquisition, and that the company would help it better serve the mid-tier of the market for robotic process automation, meaning companies with fewer than 10,000 employees. Blue Prism's software allows companies to use robots, rather than staff, for repetitive, back-office tasks, such as helping to sort emails. hTtps://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/06/19/robotics-company-blue-prism-snaps-londons-thoughtonomy-for80m/
christh
19/6/2019
20:59
Even at this price the stock is way overvalued , market cap of £1B. With turnover at 55m? Loss making every year I accept the 'future growth story etc' but really this is way overvalued.
joy division still
19/6/2019
18:20
Was going to say didn't think it was today
borg45
19/6/2019
18:04
Oopps! Bought too soon?
yachtmaster2
19/6/2019
17:31
Shows the value of stops a couple of days ago I was grumbling about my 1800 stop being taken out.
hatfullofsky
19/6/2019
14:56
Sold half last year Borg at £22.
yachtmaster2
19/6/2019
14:55
Interesting times. Buying a company that is already a major partner and a company that itself has not invested in any significant AI tech. Nor proven. Though smart of PRSM to fund in stock. Revenue per customer ultra low after 7 years.
dannyboylife
19/6/2019
14:23
In this market it may test 1200 - 1000.Great potential but £1.5bn MCAP (yesterday) is quite punchy.They did warn us that this would be the case.
hatfullofsky
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