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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
  28.00 1.07% 2,654.00 2,652.00 2,656.00 2,690.00 2,620.00 2,690.00 63,836 15:03:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 5,441.3 206.6 136.2 19.5 3,256

Computacenter Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/12/2020
10:53
Update very positive, but share price today probably held back by wider market and Brexit , when buyers return 2500p seems very likely again.
its the oxman
10/12/2020
09:09
CCC going from strength to strength, have been in an out over the years but now bought to hold.
hatfullofsky
10/12/2020
09:08
Good stock to go into 2021....Watching Softcat (sct) also looking ok.
peterlowen
10/12/2020
08:22
Very positive, have bought a few on the back of that
donald pond
10/12/2020
07:10
Trading Update - 10 December 2020 Computacenter plc ("Computacenter" or the "Group"), a leading independent technology partner trusted by large corporate and public sector organisations, today publishes a trading update based on unaudited financial information for the 11-month period to 30 November 2020 and the most recent forecast to the end of 2020. The positive trading we have experienced in the second and third quarters of the year has continued into the fourth quarter to date and we have good visibility of our likely December sales. Given this, the Board feels it is necessary to upgrade the outlook made at the time of our Interim Results on 09 September 2020. It is now the Board's opinion that our adjusted(1) profit before tax for the year to 31 December 2020 is unlikely to be less than GBP190 million. At this time customers are understandably polarising between those negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic that are naturally temporarily reducing, or delaying, their investment in technology, and those that feel this is the appropriate time to invest heavily in their digital transformation to prepare for the future. We are very proud that so many customers have turned to Computacenter and our services at these difficult times and we would like to thank our employees for stepping up to our customers' challenges. Our next trading statement is scheduled for Friday 22 January 2021.
capitalist
03/12/2020
12:05
Trading update in Jan is the next news. Hoping it's good.
its the oxman
03/12/2020
11:56
Are we expecting any updates? is it about to turn?
roks
03/12/2020
11:30
Doubled up here today c.2200p. 15% back to recent high.
its the oxman
27/11/2020
08:39
Classic head and shoulders pattern on the chart. If played out could suggest a share price below £20. H
sutherlh
26/11/2020
09:25
I have a feeling its going to the mid 20 to fill that gap up....if you believe in the charting thing. Should have taken some profit at 25....
roks
18/11/2020
08:10
Temporary move out of tech by some possibly.
its the oxman
18/11/2020
08:04
Why the continuous drop anybody know
bartyb
13/11/2020
15:00
Bought a few today , come Jan and the next update this will be above its past high of 2550p. Feels oversold.
its the oxman
13/11/2020
10:32
Reply to my query on BT France Service acquisition Many apologies for the delay in responding. Just to clarify that further information on the performance will likely be given in the pre-close update in January, with fuller disclosure offered in the 2020 preliminary announcement (and the follow on Annual Report & AGM) In the meantime, it may be useful to read a passage from the September interim results statement explaining the rationale: Based on the Cisco Gold Certification we received last year and our investments to develop our networking business, we have continued to expand our Networking and Security teams, as our business has grown significantly over the past few months in this space. This is also encouraging in anticipation of the BT Services France acquisition, which is planned to complete by the end of this year and will reinforce our services capabilities. We have a dedicated team working on the integration project. As we anticipate some challenges with a couple of very large private sector accounts, we need to continue to develop our customer portfolio targeting large French organisations, to ensure we can create new opportunities. The business will continue to recruit sales specialists and business development managers in the second half of the year, to further support our long-term development plan and enable us to exploit addressable opportunities within the marketplace and start leveraging the BT Services France acquisition in early 2021. It's also worth highlighting BT France is a significantly smaller transaction than Pivot so it requires a different level of disclosure, however it’s worth reiterating the company will look to provide more colour as early as possible next year.
srichardson8
10/11/2020
15:48
Often the way - the ones that have done best get sold so peeps can out funds into the ones that will benefit directly from the vaccine - leisures, transports, entertainment etc. Profit taking, basically.
imastu pidgitaswell
10/11/2020
15:41
ffs whats going on
roks
03/11/2020
14:54
Happy to consolidate above 22 for now, I guess I was a bit impatient for 27. I notice there was a small change in my trading account, it was my CCC divi lol.
roks
03/11/2020
11:25
Many thanks to srichardson82 for 929 of 929
togglebrush
02/11/2020
11:20
'BT’s domestic operations in France include management and maintenance of IT and network infrastructure, as well as networking and related professional services. During the fiscal year ending in March 2019 they generated total revenue of c.€118m (c.£104m). The acquisition would enable Computacenter to strengthen its position in the French networking market and increase the number of its major domestic customers in France.' That is all I could find from the (I think) March announcement. I have asked IR if they will be releasing any further details but doubt if much wil be forthcoming for a small acqusition of an unquoted business.
srichardson8
02/11/2020
07:32
A very Taciturn company ‘ Pivot Technology Solutions, Inc. ("Pivot"), in Canada, …will become part of Computacenter on Monday 2 November 2020. By my calculation this cost equals £61.75 million,..Computacenter held cash and cash equivalents of £222.1 million at 30 June 2020 No other details available ' On the same day we will acquire BT Services France see post 24 on this thread and no further details since 2017 No details available ??? ' Doesn’t the BOD believe shareholders are entitled to details of deals which concern the value of this company’s shares ???
togglebrush
30/10/2020
16:19
So far only once have I had much to worry about with Computacenter which we bought in September 2016. That was after August 18 when a slightly disappointing interim report suggested a poorish contribution from the (then newly acquired0 US business and a fall in UK sales. Since then things have gone pretty swimmingly and only in that year to December 2018 did RoCE fall below 20%, despite the modest headline margins. Contrast that (but only for a second) with MicroFocus. Now they are upping their bet on N America, a very tough market where (I assume) IBM is king of the computer services hill. In the 6 months to June confirmed acquisition Pivot had revenues of C$708mn but profits of only C$1.3mn (roughly £415m and £700k). But of revenues it does have 'approximately 70% of which is from Fortune 100 enterprises'. I trust CCC to make this a really significant acquisition over time despite that low price tag (about £60mn) for a company with decent revenues but a poor profit record.
srichardson8
30/10/2020
10:35
Looks solid
roks
30/10/2020
07:26
Yep, there are companies like this and ADM, which just keep on keeping on through Brexit, pandemics, financial crises, Brexit 2 etc etc. Double digit annual share price growth plus dividends over a decade or more. And everyone ignores them, preferring ones which crash. Odd really.
imastu pidgitaswell
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