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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
  10.00 0.68% 1,477.00 1,475.00 1,478.00 1,495.00 1,465.00 1,489.00 217,581 13:50:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 141.4 -81.4 -93.0 - 1,384

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/8/2019
14:41
To be fair, I am sure I read that the directors/CEO did buy back in with the $100m additional but I am not sure what it was priced at.
dannyboylife
27/8/2019
13:55
350p is a given in my book, the bell ringing moment to sell was last year when the directors sold shedloads. You had the other director sell 6 million pounds worth at 1990p so at 880p why not buy some back, if he likes the company ?
montyhedge
27/8/2019
12:53
guys it is going down but no it will not touch 350p (or 500p) stop being stupid 600p is lowest
blue prism is truly fcuked
27/8/2019
12:34
I can go with 350p.....
k1ngkonggb
27/8/2019
12:33
350p about right, market cap still would be 270 million, for turnover at the moment that is still generous.
montyhedge
27/8/2019
12:20
So I clearly was not happy with director sells year back. And I am even less happy by the lack of director buys at this level.To me that speaks volumes. Any growth stock were directors do not put their hands in their pockets is a big warning sign. Anyone know if they are in the closed period yet? I'm most displeased with this stock, the only reason I have held on is that luckily I brought in quite early and it think this sector has a lot of growth coming. I never like watching my gains ebb away however.
dtaliadoros
27/8/2019
11:36
I still have a target price of £5
k1ngkonggb
27/8/2019
11:32
The slide.....continues. But seriously this is beginning to get attractive.
blue prism is truly fcuked
23/8/2019
14:50
The latest numbers from automation software provider Blue Prism revealed deepening losses following further investment in sales and marketing. The group simultaneously announced a £100m share placing — its largest to date — in which chief executive Alastair Bathgate, finance director Ijoma Maluza and non-executive directors Chris Batterham, Charmaine Carmichael and Ken Lever all took part. Management has highlighted a number of areas where it plans to invest the money raised, including growing sales capabilities and investing in research and development projects. It has already earmarked 25 per cent of the funds to expand its sales reach and another quarter for marketing, product, customer service and infrastructure initiatives.
blue prism is truly fcuked
23/8/2019
10:02
Wipro from India....??? Why does BP want to work with these CURRY PEOPLE? is it because the western world has got better alternatives?
blue prism is truly fcuked
23/8/2019
04:05
Well done Chrish for finding one of the many pay to play award companies with a jamboree of names and awards so big and long, I think everyone came first in something. Is this your first marketing rodeo? Your just making my point that it's a PR race. BP doesn't even have any AI yet, it's still building something. hxxps://aibreakthroughawards.com/2019-winners/
dannyboylife
23/8/2019
04:04
Sunday tip July 19 Selling out is a mistake as blue prism is a "land grab" for investors similar to Netflix and Uber. See sharecast.com
christh
23/8/2019
03:49
Blue Prism Wins 2019 Artificial Intelligence Breakthrough Award Company Recognized for Second Consecutive Year with "Best Robotic Process Automation Company" Designation in 2019 AI Breakthrough Awards Program Blue Prism Jun 26, 2019, 08:00 ET LONDON and AUSTIN, Texas, June 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Prism (AIM: PRSM), the provider of the world's most successful digital workforce, today announced that for the second consecutive year it has been named the winner of the "Best Robotic Process Automation Company" from AI Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global Artificial Intelligence (AI) market. Not resting on its laurels, Blue Prism has continued to push the boundaries of intelligent automation over the past year. The company recently announced the expansion of its R&D capabilities, adding dedicated AI labs and outlining a roadmap for embedded AI capabilities. Powering Blue Prism's connected-RPA vision, Prism Labs brings together PhD level research scientists and engineers across multiple AI fields, a world-class brain trust on the future of work, who will inform and spearhead developments on the company's embedded AI capabilities. All these efforts culminate to give users a digital workforce that can securely automate mission critical processes while being capable of self-learning and continuous improvement. Through this type of automation, businesses can empower their people—freeing them up to create, build and share their innovations. "At Blue Prism we believe in the transformative power of automation. As pioneers and leaders in the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) market, Blue Prism's mission is to transform how people solve their problems in an entrepreneurial way - allowing anyone to automate complex tasks and processes by creating intelligent, adaptable digital workers that can learn from their human colleagues," says Linda Dotts, Senior VP of Global Partner Strategy and Programs at Blue Prism. "By bringing in the best talent in areas ranging from computer vision to natural language processing and reinforcement learning, we have the team and partners in place to drive this market. We are extremely proud to receive this 2019 AI Breakthrough Award win for the second consecutive year." The mission of the AI Breakthrough Awards is to honor excellence and recognize the innovation, hard work and success in a range of AI and machine learning related categories, including AI platforms, Deep Learning, smart robotics, Business Intelligence (BI), Natural Language Processing (NLP), industry specific AI applications and many more. This year's program attracted more than 2,500 nominations from over 15 different countries throughout the world. "By providing guidance and working closely with delivery partners, Blue Prism is empowering customers to navigate the top-down pressures from business decision makers, as well as help close off any knowledge or skills gaps that may arise during deployment," says James Johnson, managing director, AI Breakthrough. "Blue Prism's connected-RPA vision has the potential to unleash the creativity and innovation of an organization's digital savvy employees, 'the makers', by giving them the power to invent, innovate and develop new disruptive services via the company's advanced digital workforce. We are thrilled to recognize Blue Prism again this year in recognition of their innovative spirit, as well as industry leadership and success. Congratulations to the Blue Prism team on the back-to-back AI Breakthrough Awards."
christh
23/8/2019
03:31
Blue Prism, Wipro to launch Automation Lab in Australia Thursday 22 August 2019 | 12:25 PM CET UK-based robotic process automation software company Blue Prism has partnered with India`s outsourcing company Wipro to launch the new Wipro Automation Lab. As per the agreement, Blue Prism will be able to use the Automation Lab to demonstrate the capabilities of its Digital Workforce to key customers and prospects. It will also provide direct access to both Wipro and Blue Prism executives, product managers, and leaders in a bit to drive new levels of collaboration and customer-led innovation. Wipro’s lab is designed to facilitate discussion and demonstration around intelligent automation, and to provide a technology proof of concept workshop for customers, bringing together transformative enablers like a Digital workforce, connected-RPA, Cognitive Automation, Workflow, and Analytics.
christh
23/8/2019
00:35
Hfuh has got a point...... why not 20p?
fcuky
22/8/2019
18:23
Will it leg up to £25 again Thats the question.
fcuky
22/8/2019
18:13
Montyhedge, I would also like to know why you think £5.75. Why not 3 quid?
hfuhruhurr
22/8/2019
17:22
I want to know why all these guys and galls are absent when the share price was hitting £20. Will they be around for the next leg up to £25 ? That is the question !
fuji99
22/8/2019
16:03
The bell ringing moment to sell and they never recovered, was last year when directors sold shedloads.575p my target.
montyhedge
22/8/2019
15:36
So Blue Prism went from 2000 to 900 since only April 2019, at the time UIpath got their $7billion valuation. Perhaps investors saw this as the crash/tipping point given RPA is now 8 years old for BluePrism. Why isn't anyone else seeing this as very cheap and jumping right in? We are missing something.
dannyboylife
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