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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Computacenter Plc LSE:CCC London Ordinary Share GB00BV9FP302 ORD 7 5/9P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -0.15% 2,628.00 2,620.00 2,624.00 2,668.00 2,608.00 2,668.00 54,718 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 5,441.3 206.6 136.2 19.3 3,224

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/11/2012
08:30
the The Universal Decision Maker also agrees, for now! :)
global mega boom
09/11/2012
08:28
We've bought... Not as many as I probably will end up with - but that's the fun. How low will it go?
imastu pidgitaswell
08/11/2012
17:59
wotcha Computageeks... Stu 335 are we buying it or selling it? buy or sell?, buy or sell? its decision time :) http://www.sylloge.com/5k/entries/162/
global mega boom
08/11/2012
15:19
Looks like a bit more news leaking. Dontchya just love the integrity of the stock market? Going to add back the 3.79 sale very soon, as now well below 350 - just be nice if it stopped falling first...
imastu pidgitaswell
05/11/2012
15:53
Which didn't go so well... Next sale was at 3.79, so would happily buy that back at around current 3.55, but unfortunately cash is tied up with another underwater techie manufacturer. Probably for the best, I suspect we might see sub 350, certainly intraday, soon enough. If I can just get the timing to work, this could prove a nice swing down (and back up in due course...)
imastu pidgitaswell
23/10/2012
13:19
I've had a first nibble back at these, after selling out the last of a large holding at 385. Way too soon, as usually the case, no doubt, but impatience got the better of me - decent enough gap between last sale price and buying them back to make it worthwhile. Happy to buy more if (when...) it goes lower.
imastu pidgitaswell
12/10/2012
11:48
Bit of a steady as she goes statement really imo, no doubt Germany will be under the microscope. Still looks good value
pj 1
12/10/2012
11:46
Investec retains buy rating, tp 475p.
v11slr
12/10/2012
09:17
Interesting comments - thanks. It's not clear whether the central (UK) management are fully converse with the German operational issues - with German management in between, and with other issues (France) to deal with, it's unlikely. But as problems persist, they will get more involved, the problem being that they probably don't speak German. Plus the CEO's background is in sales, rather than technical (as you would expect) so there may be issues there... This part of the statement "to bring the situation in line with our requirements" suggests an aspiration, but life's a bit more complicated than that with servicing client needs, especially new clients. It remains, purely in financial terms, a fairly safe investment - with £90m or so net cash, current earnings levels (which despite the above, are still increasing) and which will be around 40p next year. But the turbulence brought it down to sub 300p in the Summer (when I loaded up) and if anything the turbulence has worsened. Likewise, my money isn't going back in yet...
imastu pidgitaswell
12/10/2012
08:52
I'm interested in the ERP implementation at CCC; it can tell you a lot about a company as any key ERP implementation (Oracle or SAP, in this case SAP)will rip through the heart of a company and have a significant impact on operational effectiveness. I can see that the initial spend of £25m is now over £32m. ERP implementations This can mean one of 3 things: - Nearly all ERP implementations overspend as the receiving client and the supplier rarely get it right at estimation stage. - It's overspending and the CCC management isn't close enough to the project team. A worry as this affects every part of their business but very common - indicative of a weak management team. - As a receiving company, you rarely understand the magnitude of the capability of ERP platforms at the outset and as you see more, you understand more what could be delivered and subsequent, cost justified, business cases emerge. Indicative of strong management and one that would attract my investment. I have filled in the forms on the 'Investor Relations' pages and I have emailed CCC for a summary of the ERP business case and expected business benefits along with as much of the project reports as they would be willing to share - no response though, not even a 'sorry, that's confidential' reply. My money stays in my pocket for now.
marklith
12/10/2012
08:38
Well I missed this at £3 ish----secretly hoping this may slither a bit more---bit selfish but there we go!
redips2
12/10/2012
08:15
Marked down on the trading statement - which wasn't the best, problems on recent contracts in Germany, but all else is either as before or slightly better. The new contract stuff isn't great, particularly following on from the earlier (June) statement which talked about the size challenges to the business overall from their new contract wins. This is now contract specific margin stuff - so that's two sets of unanticipated challenges on new contracts - not impressive, and casts further doubt on whether they are appropriately aware in bidding on these contracts. Extract re Germany: "we have seen a material deterioration in the more recent contracts, as the transition stage demands increased volume, stabilisation and customer satisfaction is requiring more time and cost than anticipated. Much still remains to be done, particularly with three newer contracts, to bring the situation in line with our requirements" Still happy to stand aside for now, certainly this side of 350.
imastu pidgitaswell
27/9/2012
08:11
Could be, now have a lower high as well as a lower low. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com Sit back and await developments seems to be the best option. As it happens, all funds are tied up elsewhere (thanks RIO...) so that suits. Put the kettle on...
imastu pidgitaswell
26/9/2012
16:49
Edging closer to your 350p target IP.
trademap
24/9/2012
08:33
Hell of a plunge on Friday - must have taken a further dive after I last looked at it. Might see 350 again? free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
imastu pidgitaswell
21/9/2012
17:52
Me too as I sold out yesterday - thankfully!
trademap
21/9/2012
13:27
Not meant nastily, but hopefully.. But not necessarily - it has still to make a lower high or indeed a lower low, so just as likely to be merely a pullback. But I do want back in at 350-odd (or less...)
imastu pidgitaswell
21/9/2012
13:13
On the turn?
trademap
14/9/2012
13:42
Not if you have sold up and are wanting to buy back in lower...
imastu pidgitaswell
14/9/2012
13:34
Quite a bit of volume today. The share price always seems to go the opposite way to the market, which is a little disappointing today.
trademap
03/9/2012
21:34
Another intraday high finish.
shammytime
03/9/2012
12:46
slowly slowly catchy monkey
letsgetbizzay
03/9/2012
07:07
Finished on intraday high Friday, should see this surge through 400 this week
shammytime
31/8/2012
10:49
It's an interesting choice - looking like a good decision at about 8.30am (selling CCC over previous few days and buying RIO), less so now. I would normally expect that to be because RIO moved so quickly, but it was in fact CCC. I get the feeling that the market maker types, or even some traders got this wrong, expecting a fall and being wrong-footed. Not unhappy, risk:reward 'n all that - but things change quickly...
imastu pidgitaswell
31/8/2012
10:37
It was. I'm staying away from miners until next year now.
letsgetbizzay
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