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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
  -13.00 -1.16% 1,112.00 1,107.00 1,109.00 1,144.00 1,106.00 1,136.00 390,357 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 141.4 -81.4 -93.0 - 1,062

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09/8/2019
10:21
Cloud and RPA, it's not real. You are being fooled. Services is driving most RPA growth which is ultimately what's killing it because it was sold not to need services. That does not scale or last. 65 vendors proves yet again there is no unique IP so who would pay anything for a company with software they could build themselves quickly and with so much quality choice. They just don't want to, or are behind the scenes. The Gartner reports are damning and this is what the execs are NOW reading, not the estimated growth but you guys only read the happy song. Gartner is highly respected. The recent 2019 Gartner hype cycle report is even more damning to RPA which will make execs seriously question any further investment. And name calling is fun. Keep it up.
dannyboylife
08/8/2019
23:38
It’s very simple really. Dannyboy has constantly put this company down and only posted negative. Well if I don’t fancy a company’s outlook I steer well clear and certainly don’t spend years posting on their boards. If your not invested in the company why spend years on the board posting? Either no life. De-ramper. Or trying to manipulate a better price for yourself. No other reason. Unless Of course your so delusional you believe people want your opinion on a company you have no interest in. Ignore the fool
slavetothetrade
08/8/2019
13:11
Firstly What value do you set on the business How much is worth it Is the business growing or diminishing Secondly Is the business expanding or contracting Thirdly The recent acquisition was it good or bad for the business Fourthly How does the business community approach Automation, Robotics in increasing production, reducing overheads,speeding process etc The potential is enormous Some of the brokers said its valued at £27 but having seen the niche market it operates then raise the estimate to higher valuations. READ ON ROBOTICS USING GOOGLE
christh
08/8/2019
11:40
Seriously Christh, where do you get your numbers from. Your crystal ball, is not crystal, is glass and it isnt magic.I have asked you numerous times as to why an share price would reach your quoted share price and you have NEVER been able to give an answer other than 'fundamentals'
jarega85
08/8/2019
11:36
Waiting for the big buyer to lift this to £15. The true value is £27-£35 but will get there. September likely to push this high above £22
christh
08/8/2019
08:08
Prsm has become a major player with the versatility of cloud business. The integration of Roboticcs, Automation bundled with cloud will put this into a different and unique class.
christh
08/8/2019
07:51
Well UIP, AA & PRSM have all had substantial backing from major tech firms or trusts, so it seems likely. UIP had Google put in during in their latest round.
windsor430
08/8/2019
00:01
Who is to say one will? No one has so far.
fcuky
07/8/2019
20:43
Danny you’re misleading on Gartner again - they highlight massive growth (63% 2018 & similar this year) & suggest its still new ($800m 2018 vs $2.5bn in 2021). There are lots of vendors - but the top 5 (PRSM is actually a top 3) account for 47%. So whilst I respect parts of your opinions (Ie the race to win biz over profits), I see the likes of Microsoft, amazon, sap, google (already have) investing more in the major players... who’s to say one won’t take a stake in PRSM as others have with UIP.
windsor430
07/8/2019
20:40
The buying starts Tomorrow big time.
christh
07/8/2019
16:51
If you were not panicking yesterday You should be panicking, today
fcuky
07/8/2019
13:25
65 RPA vendors (quote from Gartner webinar last year) with many RPA vendors catching up/equality. 8 years in and little scale and as we see, declining prices through massive competition and now proven, little loyalty to stick with one vendor Procurement are driving down price in bake-offs and who can blame them in a saturated market. Many RPA vendors trying to diversify. Gartner have read this correctly, They speak to the most and largest enterprise clients to complete their report.. concluding RPA dead in 18 months.
dannyboylife
06/8/2019
19:29
To Monty: Yes the fund is still selling. Chunk after chunk each day
fcuky
06/8/2019
16:25
I personally believe this is the kind of company positioned in any economic cycle. The reason is its technology helps companies to be more efficient, saving them millions in lost time and resources. PRSM is a long term strong hold.
fuji99
06/8/2019
16:21
But is that fund still selling they have shedloads of shares.
montyhedge
06/8/2019
14:30
Windsor430 - Agree as RPA is the easiest available and safe tool for companies and institutions to accelerate growth and increase efficiency. When all sectors of life are starting using it, this is only starting to grow. We are in fact at the inception of RPA revolution.
fuji99
06/8/2019
14:17
And Gartner isn’t predicting the end of it... in fact it’s the fastest growing. And all the vendors in the magic quadrant of the research market the hell out of the findings... stop trying to dupe people HTTPS://techcrunch.com/2019/06/24/gartner-finds-rpa-is-fastest-growing-market-in-enterprise-software/
windsor430
06/8/2019
14:01
Of course they’re chasing a land grab - and agree it’s for revenues... I believe we are at the start & hence the why’s that’s more important than profit, but you think it’s dead by 2021. And yes, I expect hires to translate to growth. Take a global view of labour & automation trends & then see which side you want to be on. I’m long for the long term.
windsor430
06/8/2019
13:24
6 August 2019 09:40 Blue Prism Named to Fast Company’s Inaugural List of Best Workplaces for Innovators. ------------------------------------------ hTtps://www.cso.com.au/mediareleases/35302/blue-prism-named-to-fast-companys-inaugural-list/
fuji99
06/8/2019
13:23
When is the next BP announcement due? Any trading updates?
christh
06/8/2019
13:12
Windsor, are you for real? You are expecting an uptick because the big 3 are hiring.. big? You chasing revenue, not profit? The reality is that they are all primarily chasing larger numbers of small deals, which means they need to hire to cover territory, and double down on trying to compete. The bigger enterprises with a few exceptions are giving up on RPA. Only 3% of companies are building more than a few dozen bots.its turning into a ponzi scheme. Gartner report is very enlightening. Even actually saying now RPA will be done as a market by 2021. Like most ponzi schemes, they don't last long. Maybe that's why PRSM lower and lower?
dannyboylife
06/8/2019
13:02
The next BP announcement will the full integration of Thoughtonomy, flagging new markets breakthrough. As I said it in the past, the stock is very volatile as it issued only 77 million shares, meaning its share price is so sensitive to even small volume movements that it can lose or recover £3 - £4 in just a few days. So not bothered by any transient blips. I have kept this stock (with FEVR) in my portfolio for the long term. As soon as it starts maturing and delivering results I cannot rule out £50, thus why institutions are accumulating.
fuji99
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