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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
  5.00 0.56% 891.00 890.00 892.00 901.50 883.50 890.00 248,445 13:09:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 141.4 -81.4 -93.0 - 851

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19/11/2019
22:28
I've told you. To balance the equation. Why is anyone on here if all they do is to post uneducated hype. It's a public board. What, you want everyone on here just all patting themselves on the back for finding articles that are marketing vapor ware?
dannyboylife
19/11/2019
20:43
So why you here then? Go move on...
bprocket
19/11/2019
20:10
Every RPA vendor has a digital exchange of some sort where everyone talks about collaborating. What vendor wouldn't have one? No Differentiation. Every RPA vendor partners with or integrates with most AI / ML vendors or other 3rd party API's. No Differentiation. Every RPA vendors RPA product runs on a cloud though most enterprises don't like cloud anyway for RPA. No Differentiation. I get you preaching the hype but the price is low because there are no profits in a saturated market with declining prices and where now at least 4 vendors give RPA away as bundled, free or download. Spending money to chase revenue where procurement is able to dictate buying prices is a saturated market. As Gartner 2019 hype cycle says. RPA is dead by 2021 for the above and other reasons. And that was even before MS announced RPA free last month.
dannyboylife
19/11/2019
09:43
Another £5k for me. order confirmation Thank you. Your order is confirmed Order ref: MJPRWK Buying 613 BLUE PRISM GROUP PLC ORD GBP0.01 (PRSM) Status: Executed Placed at: 09:41:10 19/11/19 Price: £8.144952
alamaison5
19/11/2019
09:12
Blue Prism customers Big names hTtps://www.blueprism.com/news/blue-prism-continues-extending-delivery-of-new-intelligent-automation-capabilities-via-digital-exchange-dx-app-store/
christh
19/11/2019
09:08
Oct 31, 2019 Blue Prism Continues Extending Delivery of New Intelligent Automation Capabilities Via Digital Exchange (DX) “App Store” CloudTrade: The integration of CloudTrade and Blue Prism’s Digital Workforce means customers can easily automate and extract data with unmatched accuracy delivering unprecedented levels of detail. CloudTrade uses patented document automation tools to take in application generated documents including invoices, orders, statements, legal documents and many more. This enables Blue Prism Digital Workers to support a host of use cases such as on-boarding, fraud prevention or procurement optimization. The partnership provides early validation to ensure all incoming documents meet business specific data requirements, further enhancing downstream processes. hTtps://www.blueprism.com/news/blue-prism-continues-extending-delivery-of-new-intelligent-automation-capabilities-via-digital-exchange-dx-app-store/
christh
19/11/2019
08:58
The latest aquisition will boost earnings and grow new shoots for robust business. Cloud is the future for business, the technology of all the new era. All will spiral ahead with the robotics flooding the industrial world but also the banks,offices,hospitals, airports etc. The potential is enormous. 21 November , this Thursday, note the day. The share price will rise back to its proper value. At the moment is undervalued. Remember it has been tipped to rise to £27. My expected price is £15, so do your research thoroughly and ignore shorters
christh
18/11/2019
12:28
christh, are you stupid?
blue prism is truly fcuked
18/11/2019
08:58
On Thursday 21 November, trading update. So hopefully around £15 -£15.90 then.
christh
16/11/2019
13:56
Check out FIPP Hazl
petewy
14/11/2019
19:24
Interesting article bluepeter1 thank you.
hazl
14/11/2019
15:20
Danny, each message you write mentions something different, nevertheless maybe you should read this in relation to Forrester and Gertner. It also seems different to your view. https://www.forbes.com/sites/gilpress/2019/10/30/2020-predictions-about-automation-and-the-future-of-work-from-forrester/amp/
bluepeter1
14/11/2019
13:39
Bluepeter, I understand your not clear but still pumping the hype regardless. Gartner and Forrester both say few companies get to scale and most agree. I think Forrester is 80% of companies have 10 or less with Deloitte calling just 3% get to more than 50 after all these years and now 50 vendors that's not big share. Short term bots I mentioned are not where they are fixable but where business no longer even need them as their digital transformation programs speed up and eliminates the manual processes altogether. Wake up.
dannyboylife
13/11/2019
18:21
Danny, I’m not clear why you believe the leading vendors don’t sell many licenses. Regarding short term ‘bots’ i think it’s understood businesses change and with this the RPA in place may need updating. With a good vendor (i.e. strong software support and partners) a company will achieve this.
bluepeter1
13/11/2019
17:34
BluePeter, I wouldn't deny that but you have read how most bots are short term I assume? And they don't sell that many that often. This is the truth you avoid!
dannyboylife
13/11/2019
08:21
Danny, short term acquisition costs = long term licence fees.
bluepeter1
13/11/2019
04:49
Bluepeter. Yes but not enough licenses at the right renewal price. And customer aquisition is way too high compared to market...
dannyboylife
12/11/2019
13:10
REPEAT CUSTOMERS reinventing themselves.....room in the market.
hazl
12/11/2019
13:09
Actually Danny renewal rates are 98% check out more information here regarding BP’s ‘customer for life’ mission. https://mobile.twitter.com/JetSpace/status/1192876152647495682
bluepeter1
12/11/2019
12:09
BkuePeter, check out the Forrester and Gartner quadrants where at least 15 "can deliver a global, high spec long term supported solution for enterprises.".. They do. Even Blueprism has struggled to profit when license fees were above $10k and now they are closer to 1/10th that before Microsoft started giving it away. These Enterprise products are all in use in major customers. Check out the reports.Bots also have a lifespan so prism nonrenewals must be replaced with new customers and I don't see evidence of that happening fast enough. Do you?
dannyboylife
12/11/2019
11:47
Credit Suisse juggling a few but ending up with more....
hazl
12/11/2019
11:43
Indeed PRSM was at the cutting edge at the very beginning and practically invented the concept, effectively triggering the the whole industry....not to be dismissed in my opinion. The same old,trying to bring it down as cheaply as possible, before they snap it up, if you ask me!
hazl
12/11/2019
07:11
Danny, i’d say three leading software companies can deliver a global, high spec long term supported solution for enterprises.
bluepeter1
11/11/2019
23:48
Nice article BluePetee. And exactly how many RPA vendors started, in and around 2012 when RPA became a term from an old 18 year technology? There are now at least 15 top ones, too many to count middle ones and smaller ones. It spells commodity.
dannyboylife
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