Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Craneware LSE:CRW London Ordinary Share GB00B2425G68 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +40.00p +1.87% 2,180.00p 2,100.00p 2,180.00p 2,180.00p 2,140.00p 2,140.00p 13,157 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 44.4 13.0 38.6 57.6 581.24

Craneware Share Discussion Threads

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08/3/2018
20:14
You will be able to ask the key questions straight to the directors as Craneware will have a stand and be presenting at our huge Mello2018 event in Derby on 27th April and all shareholders and potential investors are welcome to attend Http://mello2018.com/index.html CRW have never attended or presented at a Mello event before and we are very pleased to welcome them so this is an ideal opportunity to meet the management and hear about their strategy. Do come and join us at this quality two day event and there will be at least 45 other companies to meet each day plus some fabulous keynote speakers.
davidosh
08/1/2018
20:53
Room for one more to squeeze in, I hope. New to me today, alerted by the positive TU. Some rapid research convinced to get some. Wish I'd done way back, but it seems there is plenty to go for with long term revenue visibility. The large rollout announced today must put them on the radar of many other hospital groups. Forgot which one, but saw some fund manager holds in their "Buffetology" fund. A nice steadying counterweight to more volatile holdings for me.
hew
08/1/2018
19:34
Yep very constructive price action. I bought last week. Never look at valuations these days - who can seriously determine what is under/over valued?! I've missed out on too many good ones in the past because people thought shares were overvalued
davr0s
08/1/2018
12:45
Yes very nice update. This is my largest position, chugging along quietly under the radar. It’s super high quality (very profitable and high growth with excellent visibility and little risk). With the recent contract wins earnings growth looks like it will accelerate in the short to medium term. I think a lot of people are (wrongly imho) put off by the valuation. If you account for the net cash and current growth trajectory it seems reasonable, with some upside potential if growth takes off.
trigger16
08/1/2018
10:22
A positive trading update today.But not too many chaps in here?
ksharlandjiev
10/11/2017
12:32
This company just continues to grow and prosper. Don't understand why there are not more followers and this board is so quiet. CRW has been one of my best performing shares for quite some time.
gorb
12/5/2017
14:38
There were some terrific announcements this week from companies we cover, including a whopping 41% dividend increase from one and 58% top line growth from another. As AIM continues its significant out-performance of the Main Market the small caps we featured recently, including Craneware,look in great shape.
investorschampion
20/9/2016
08:49
Good to see the CEO increasing their shareholding after such a rise - often they top slice: 20 September 2016 - Craneware plc (AIM: CRW.L), the market leader in Value Cycle solutions for the US healthcare market, has been informed that Keith Neilson, CEO of the Company, yesterday purchased 5,388 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 1,200 pence per share. Following this transaction, Mr. Neilson's beneficial interest in Craneware has increased to 3,509,518 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 13.1% of the Company's issued Ordinary Share capital.
alphabeta4
06/7/2016
11:59
Absolutely. Great company that keeps on delivering... I've been with it for a few years now. And it's one of the few blues on my screen today.Perhaps I should listen to my wife more when she suggests companies to back!!
le4r
10/3/2016
16:43
Agreed.Looking at it another way, and ignoring who pays for what, the people in the know (the insiders) believe that share options issued at today's prices are motivatonal...this seems to be a positive indicator of the future share price?
ben12358
10/3/2016
11:32
For sure nowhere near unreasonable given the options are at the present price. In reverse order of acceptability: 1) Free options vesting now 2) Free options vesting soon with easy performance hurdles 3) Free options vesting further out with easy performance hurdles 4) Free options with challenging performance hurdles 5) Cheap options at a later date with easy performance hurdles 6) Cheap options at a later date with challenging performance hurdles 7) You're paid for doing the job. Get on with it. If you want shares, buy them yourself. If you won't, why should we? Buffy
buffythebuffoon
10/3/2016
07:13
Yeah you are right, B, so I deleted my earlier post. I don't see them as excessive, they are reasonably long term and not discounted to current market price. Maybe there will be disclosure of the the performance criteria in the annual accounts.
ben12358
10/3/2016
02:03
Ben, I'm not sure why you would think that if you read the RNS. Buffy
buffythebuffoon
09/3/2016
15:21
That's correct Ben, and I agree with you. However, I really don't think options criteria should be secretive. I won't buy the excuse that it's commercially sensitive information. Buffy
buffythebuffoon
09/3/2016
08:50
I don't have a problem with share options when the beneficiary pays the current share price at some point in the future?? It worries me when they are free shares., but that isn't the case here, I think...
ben12358
09/3/2016
07:56
More options subject to unspecified performance criteria. Maybe they just have to stay alive? Buffy
buffythebuffoon
15/1/2016
15:02
Your views here please CRW reports in sterling but most income I believe is in dollars does this inflate the sterling income reported as a result of the sterling drop, 8% to 10%?
cnx
16/11/2015
13:48
Can you post nw99? Thanks
le4r
09/11/2015
08:07
Nice new buy Rec from Sharewatch over the weekend
nw99
08/9/2015
09:03
Their revenue recognition policy means that sales growth doesn't reflect the underlying progress of the business. 113% renewals by $ value and long-term contracts means they'll be churning out 10% earnings growth for the foreseeable future.
wjccghcc
08/9/2015
07:23
interesting
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