Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Prism Group 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
  -3.00p -0.19% 1,564.00p 1,567.00p 1,570.00p 1,600.00p 1,501.00p 1,567.00p 98,860 16:08:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 9.6 -5.2 -10.5 - 980.07

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Blue Prism Daily Update: Blue Prism Group is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRSM. The last closing price for Blue Prism was 1,567p.
Blue Prism Group has a 4 week average price of 1,230p and a 12 week average price of 930p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,600p while the 1 year low share price is currently 327.50p.
There are currently 62,664,219 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 572,611 shares. The market capitalisation of Blue Prism Group is £980,068,385.16.
joshgroeny: High growth stocks generally taking a hit after Boohoo share price drop despite excellent results. Quite a downer for me today with Boo, prism, bur and fever tree all down.
hazl: Blue Prism (UK listed) Here it is from the Telegraph Blue P ' Market value: £578m Last year’s pre-tax profit: £5m loss This firm makes software “robots” that automate tasks to create a so-called “digital workforce”. Chris Ford, manager of Smith & Williamson’s new Artificial Intelligence fund, described it as “one of the very few pure AI companies anywhere in the world”. He said: “It’s covered by only two analysts and could fall into the ‘undiscovered gems’ camp despite the huge recent rise in the share price. We think this technology will become ubiquitous for financial firms to reduce cost and improve accuracy. The ability to avoid regulatory breaches is just as important as the cost saving.”
sogoesit: From the Independent Investment Trust's (IIT) Chairman's statement today: "It has also been an outstanding period for our large technology and telecommunications stake: worth £44.6m at 30 November 2016, it had risen in value to £61.0m by 31 May 2017 after £5.9m of net sales. The star of the show was the robotic process automation company, Blue Prism, which has become something of a stockmarket darling as its software robots have been snapped up by big blue chip companies on both sides of the Atlantic. As always with investments that become fashionable, there is a danger that the share price may have run ahead of itself, but the scale of the opportunity confronting the company argues in favour of maintaining the position."
sogoesit: Chronic's update on results today: Blue Prism: too hot to handle It is tough not to be wowed by Blue Prism's (PRSM) growth. Since joining Aim in March 2016 the robotics group has seen its share price rise by more than 900 per cent. And unlike many novel tech companies that excitement is not merely based on a distant pipedream: Blue Prism's sales growth also has strong momentum. In the six months to April 2017, reported revenue more than doubled to £9.3m, even excluding the contracts that have been invoiced but the money not yet recognised. This deferred revenue increased by 58 per cent from the end of the prior financial year to £16.5m. Through its partner network, Blue Prism has acquired 118 new customers and sold new products to 83 existing ones. It has also managed a 100 per cent retention rate on the eight product licences that were due for renewal in the period. "We are building capacity as fast as we can," said chief executive Alastair Bathgate, regarding the increased demands of scale on Blue Prism's operations. Higher investment sent adjusted cash losses up to £2.7m from £1.4m in the comparable period last year. That said, the group's business model means that free cash outflows remain manageable at £1.3m. BLUE PRISM (PRSM) ORD PRICE: 813p MARKET VALUE: £507m TOUCH: 798-831p 12-MONTH HIGH: 950p LOW: 108p DIVIDEND YIELD: nil PE RATIO: na NET ASSET VALUE: 2.1p NET CASH: £10.6m Half-year to 30 Apr Turnover (£m) Pre-tax profit (£m) Earnings per share (p) Dividend per share (p) 2016 4.02 -1.9 -5.0 nil 2017 9.35 -3.1 -5.0 nil % change +133 - - - Ex-div: na Payment: na IC VIEW: Blue Prism's impressive partner base and rapid influx of customers gives us confidence the good times are not yet over. That said, the group's shares have an eye-watering enterprise value to forecast sales ratio of 23 times. Although the long-term outlook is exciting, we recommend that the many private investors who haven't yet taken the plunge into Blue Prism hold off for a more attractive entry point. Hold. Last IC view: Hold, 490p, 24 Jan 2017
ashehzi: like the title of this thread, PRSM price is dying.
janeann: any of you folk from Manchester .......... would be good to hear about egs.... Thursday 29 June 2017 The Shares and AJ Bell Media evening event in Manchester is an opportunity for senior board directors from fast growing listed PLCs to make a presentation about their company and update existing & potential investors on their business plans. The event will take place in the Pavilion at the Lancashire County Cricket Club (Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester) which is easily accessible by road, tram and rail. Companies presenting: eg solutions (EGS) are rapidly growing creators of enterprise workforce optimisation software and a services company has seen its share price grow by 50% this year on the back of some substantial licensing deals. Elizabeth Gooch will give an update on these deals and others in the pipeline.
sogoesit: SMALLER COMPANIES (Shares Mag - 25 May 2017) Blue Prism spells out digital ‘spine’ dream Virtual workforce technology disruptor Blue Prism (PRSM:AIM) has revealed plans to integrate itself far deeper into its large customers. The company says its strategy is to now become the ‘spine’ of large organisa to ons’ digitalisation strategy rather than act as merely a support tool. Blue Prism has designed a robotic process automation rules-based software platform that automates manual back-office administration. The benefits to customers include lower costs, improved customer service and speed, plus a reduction in the need to rewritere legacy IT systems to improve efficiencies. Employees are benefiting from this service as tedious input tasks can be stripped from daily work ows, improving job satisfaction and enabling staff to work on other more ful lling activities. One energy supply customer was able to speed up its bill generation process, cutting the average time taken per invoice from 20 minutes to a few seconds. Blue Prism has become a stock market superstar almost overnight. It joined AIM on 18 March 2016, raising a total of £21.1m at 78p per share. The share price set new record highs of 870p on 19 May this year, helped by investors learning about its longer term strategic plans. Analysts have raised earnings forecasts multiple times since the company joined AIM. Investec currently anticipates revenue to more than double in 2017 to £20m. It is worth noting that Blue Prism is not expected to become pro table for several years despite rapid sales growth. (SF)
sogoesit: From SharesMag 20-04-2017: "Blue Prism in a sweet spot with earnings Growth Software Robotics Group is racing ahead although it remains a long way from making profits. Analysts have upgraded earnings forecasts for software robotics specialist Blue Prism (PRSM:AIM) six times since it floated on the stock market just over a year ago. This pace of upgrades is extremely rare, in our opinion. New orders are coming from both existing and new clients – and that’s exciting investors. The initial public offering (IPO) was priced at 78p in March 2016 and the shares now trade at 606p. That represents more than seven-fold share price appreciation. Blue Prism’s software enables the automation of manual, rules-based administrative tasks. Its system should help the customer to save money, but it isn’t simply about replacing humans with robots. Blue Prism says its software effectively frees up individuals to undertake more strategic and creative roles within a business. Investec now forecasts £20m revenue in the year to 31 October 2017, which is more than double the £9.6m achieved in 2016. ‘To be relatively comfortable less than six months into a financial year that a rateable recognition business model is going to more than double revenues is exceptional,’ says Investec analyst Roger Phillips. ‘In our view, this reflects an attractive combination of a potentially massive total addressable market, combined with a supply bottleneck, with only three vendors capable of meeting the need – and Blue Prism the enterprise-grade vendor.’ It is worth noting that Blue Prism is not forecast to be profitable for the foreseeable future, despite the rapid sales growth."
alter ego: petewy, You seem overly concerned that the company should issue news to keep up the share price The new you refereed to obviously was not good enough news as you observed the share price had fallen hence my assumption that you expected more news to be issued. There are 2 sorts of people who buy and sell shares. Some are investors who buy a stake in a business and monitor it's progress to determine if it is performing as they anticipated. The others type is a trader who is interested in the share price, not the business. Which are you? All share prices ebb and flow according to market mood as well as company specific events. Market makers and shorter are additional factors that set prices in the short term. I think it was Ben Graham who said, "in the short term, the stock market is a voting machine. In the long term it is a weighing machine". If you trade a stock, you cannot expect the business to oblige you in keeping up the share price If you invest, the financial numbers will ultimately determine where the share price sits.
togglebrush: Impressive Share price action from IPO (18th March close 110.5) to 18th Nov at 283.50 In that period the Median Trading Volume was 42,734 ' 21st November a RNS said year end (31st October) had seen Strong New Business Since then Median Daily Trading volume ballooned to 132,482 or three times as high. Share price has increased to 527.5 on Friday or nearly twice has high as 18 Nov and five times the IPO ‘ IMHO the results (to 31st Oct) due on 24th Jan17 may be a wakeup call to those who traded the share price up. The directors prospects and forecast will have to be very good to rescue the inflated share price
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