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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cerillion Plc LSE:CER London Ordinary Share GB00BYYX6C66 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 620.00 610.00 630.00 630.00 620.00 620.00 21,725 08:00:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 20.8 2.6 8.8 70.5 183

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05/7/2016
09:09
Market is pish poor at mo. Looks like its hard to even sell 2000 shares. In a word - PANIC!
onjohn
30/6/2016
13:20
Weak pound creating problems i guess. They have to pay the Pune workers and that will inflate the costs? now get 30 per cent less rupees to the pound than 3 years ago And Brexit means less chance of new contract i guess as software is discretionary spend
onjohn
27/6/2016
21:27
“Now the catastrophic scenario that many feared has materialized, making the disintegration of the EU practically irreversible,” Soros wrote in a June 25 essay reflecting on the U.K. vote for Project Syndicate. “The consequences for the real economy will be comparable only to the financial crisis of 2007-2008.”
onjohn
20/6/2016
19:26
Recent commentary from RNWHpoints to an increasingly difficult market supplying telecoms sector
opodio
14/6/2016
15:45
80p support
onjohn
13/6/2016
15:14
ugly chart pattern
onjohn
01/6/2016
11:12
Check out ISL IS Solutions Plc "all about the data" Monday, 1 February 2016 IS Solutions Plc (the "Company" or "IS Solutions") Trading Update Further contract wins will result in profitability significantly ahead of market expectations As we indicated at the time of our Half-year financial results released in November 2015, our business is driven totally by data and, we operate in a market where business intelligence and analytics is one of the fastest growing software markets. Over 70% of our business is generated by our Analytics capability. The combination of the established and well respected brands of IS Solutions and Celebrus continues to open up a number of cross-selling opportunities and, at the same time, it has created a much more balanced business with stronger higher margin license sales and progressively greater project and recurring revenue. Since our Half-year financial results we have successfully continued to build on our current market position within the data solutions arena both in our domestic market and internationally, utilising our extensive technical 'know-how' and skills base. In 2016, we continue to witness stronger demand resulting in sales for both the IS Solutions business and Celebrus now well ahead of management budget. We are delighted to announce that the Company has secured a further two major projects with new and existing customers operating within the retail and financial services sectors. It is anticipated that these will add contracted revenue of up to £2 million in the current financial year and in excess of £250,000 per annum of recurring revenue in subsequent years. We have a number of other exciting opportunities in the pipeline with the potential to convert these in the first half of this calendar year. We remain on track to establish a US office which will focus on providing real time customer service and pre-sales support to our already substantial US business and to support further future growth. IS Solutions is in the process of expanding its European direct salesforce to enable it to take our collective portfolio to a broader customer profile. Combine these initiatives with current project sales opportunities with both new and existing customers and we have an exciting future to look forward to. Conclusion The Board is confident that the business will deliver a strong performance for the year ending 31 March 2016 with both revenue ahead and profitability significantly ahead of current market expectations. Trading for the 2016/17 financial year is also expected to be significantly ahead of current market expectations.
onjohn
31/5/2016
14:50
I like the co but not convinced about short/medium term prospects. Agree with staffing costs, looks like they have a high turnover and also high use of expensive contractors. But my biggest concern is that current FY will suffer because of SAAS migration and also their statement that " top five customers is 55pc of the business" is off the rickter scale in terms of risk if they lose one customer ... In this market i shall follow my own advocating : "if in doubt, get out".
opodio
31/5/2016
10:59
Retained loss for the period (820,139) The results not good imho but now everyone is trying to find some excuse for no up movement. Mine is something obvious Brexit uncertainty a plus possible impact on telecoms sector of the group. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e48a5e56-1de0-11e6-b286-cddde55ca122.html#axzz4AEUwV26d
rubberbullets
31/5/2016
10:12
alphabet Are you saying they will make a loss in H1?
rubberbullets
26/5/2016
17:33
As a heads up I met with the management today and there is a skew to H2 which has been seen in previous years (and indeed comes out on the like for like). Basically comes down to company budgets and a 'use it or lose it' skewing software sales
alphabeta4
23/5/2016
14:42
You could well be right, oregano. But I have used adjusted figures, adjusted for IPO funnies and mostly provided by the company in the HY report. If I see evidence of decent growth, I will probably dive back in. At the moment I am happy to protect the 50%+ profit I am sitting on.
ramridge
23/5/2016
14:06
FWIW ram, I think you have jumped the gun. given the order backlog and pipeline, investment in cloud platform etc, I think the signs augur well for growth prospects, which will attain a high valuation eventually. there were some funnies in the P&L due to the way the float was structured.
oregano
23/5/2016
11:03
I sold out at the bell this morning for the following reasons: - HY2016 adjusted eps = 2.3p . This is poor when you compare it to the full year 2015 adj. eps of 6.97p - net profit this HY = £0.7m ; For full yr 2015, np was £2.06m; Again not very reassuring. - Operating Cash Flow and Free Cash Flow have both turned negative. So overall, I was expecting a much better performance. There are no company or broker guidance data that I am aware of. All IMO and please DYOR.
ramridge
23/5/2016
09:12
The maiden interim results since listing are out this morning.... http://www.investegate.co.uk/cerillion-plc--cer-/rns/half-year-report/201605230700059250Y/ I have two places available on a group presentation with the directors at 2.30 pm on Thursday if there are a couple of you that would like to join me in meeting this company ? Just mail me via www.mellomeeting.co.uk
davidosh
18/5/2016
11:16
John Lee's article is quite reassuring. it is a strangely volatile stock for one with little newsflow.
oregano
12/5/2016
19:59
If they make same £2.1m this year , then i make P/E/R is almost 23x that is dear
rubberbullets
10/5/2016
18:34
I will not be bullied or goaded to buying blindly and like to do research Link to prospectus htTp://www.cerillion.com/cerillioncom/media/cerillionMedia/Investors/Cerillion-plc-Admission-Document.pdf Is the director who holds 43% or the two institutions with 18% each goig to start dumping> Page 57 of prospectus hasnt been growing in the last 3 years wither with profits of £2.3m, £2.6m and £2.1m. Looks a stupid rating now Page 43 prospectus Future share sales may depress the price.
opodio
07/5/2016
14:20
Lord Lee is a fan. A full page write up in the FT Money section today as he has just bought in.
robow
22/4/2016
12:21
good call ocaudillo.
robow
22/4/2016
09:04
if they are going to grow the top line at 11% and profit at 20%, then this is cheap. It was floated on 8x EBITDA, presumably now on 11x. that multiple could increase by 50% if they are going to grow at 20%. don't forget they are going to pay out half fcf in divis.
oregano
22/4/2016
08:45
Today's update confirms that trading is in line. Which means that pe, current and forecast, is around 17.5 (stocko). The sector's average pe is around 22 (also stocko), so there is further upside. I have partly cashed in to protect my profit, the rest is free ride.
ramridge
22/4/2016
08:15
After the trading update this morning and the resulting 1.8% rise at the time of writing, I'm reminded of the story about the economist who walked by some money on the ground and when asked why he didn't pick it up, said "if it were real, someone else would've picked it up already".
ocaudillo
20/4/2016
07:47
Except, this isn't gambling. The last three years' figures are out there already. Their accounts are straightforward, this one doesn't need a spreadsheet or a even a calculator - it's enough to eyeball it. What's so crucial about "the update"? Maybe you have some reason to believe that business has dropped off a cliff since the end of last September?
ocaudillo
19/4/2016
13:38
Salpara , you simply said it for me- i was only in this one fo r ashort period and got out quickly after the first fall with a small profit- the only test is indeed in the update , the rest is gambling - i hope i will always remember this venerable mantra
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