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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Eckoh Plc ECK London Ordinary Share GB0033359141 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 64.00 08:00:19
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
64.00 64.00 64.00 64.00
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septimus quaid: H1 trading update released this morning (interims to be reported 24/11/20): hTTps://
septimus quaid: ECK seem to be firming up on the 70p barrier (even ex div)
nhb001: Well, it seems the recent drop was a gift from the market. Nice RNS today distributing a special dividend.
septimus quaid: There does seem to be some persistent (and chunky) sales going through for the last few trading days. ECK have got their AGM a week tomorrow (16th), hopefully that might shine some light on better prospects. Also might get some clarity on whether they're going to pay a (granted smallish) dividend.
boadicea: New £4M TfL/Capita contract extension - ECK continues to justify its high rating.
septimus quaid: In these Covid times, with companies going bust left, right and centre, it is of some comfort to me that ECK hold a healthy cash reserve (equiv to 4.5 pps): Cash and cash generation remain strong with a net cash position of £11.6 million, an increase of £3.3 million compared to the previous year end (FY19: 8.3 million). This comprises a cash balance of £13.6 million, less an outstanding loan of £2.0 million, taken out in 2015 in part to purchase the Group's UK head office. The dividend, whether it gets paid or not, amounts to circa £1.5m cash.
septimus quaid: Today's RNS: Eckoh (AIM: ECK), the global provider of secure payment products and customer contact solutions, will announce its audited results for the year ended 31 March 2020 on Tuesday 16 June 2020.
chester42: Introducing Eckoh (LON:ECK), A Stock That Climbed 30% In The Last Five Years
septimus quaid: Re historical reporting When you inspect Eckoh's financial statements, there is much given over to the introduction of IFRS 15: Revenue from Contracts with Customers as contract liabilities In Eckoh's own words, the new accountancy rules have the effect of delaying revenue/profit recognition but not cash generation*. The "new" rules, which came into effect on 1st Jan 2018, seem to have muddied the waters in comparing figures over consecutive years. Eckoh's next end of year results (FY19/20 up to 31/03/20) will be published sometime in June 20 and this will provide the first opportunity for a direct comparison, under the new reporting rules, between two consecutive reporting years (18/19 and 19/20). Otherwise, in these straitened times, there seems much to like: 1) easily manageable debt 2) cash in the bank 3) growing revenues in both US and UK 4) little impact on business activity (either by staff movements or services they provide), that I can see anyway, re Coronavirus 5) annual dividend payment *there's a good example given on page 27 of the Interim Results – Year ended 31st March 2019 hTTps://;user=%2fFh%2fHVXONmtrImPRecPcmpeG1O6y8ijWr0soVnNvfDOT1ogQp0BT3z7tpE8%2bH57l&;r=1
azioni2: Possibly more people looking at what opportunities are out there and finally taking notice of the last update. The current share price seems more than justified, after all it was only 6/7 months ago that ECK was trading at 42p and considerable progress has been made since. 04 March 2019 Eckoh plc ("Eckoh") Strong Contract Momentum Continues Eckoh, the global provider of secure payment products and customer contact solutions, is pleased to announce it continues to experience strong contract momentum, with more than GBP10m in contract value secured since the half year (30(th) September 2018). This reflects success in both the UK and the US in converting significant pipeline opportunities and renewals of existing contracts. The UK has benefitted particularly from its partnership channel, whilst the US has had continued traction with healthcare insurers and the retail sector. Strong momentum in the UK New contract wins include the largest Omnichannel agreement Eckoh has won since the acquisition of Klick2Contact in 2016. This 5-year contract, which was won in a competitive tender process, will see Eckoh provide an existing business process outsourcing partner with Omnichannel capability for one of its largest clients, with the services expected to be extended to further clients in due course. Other new contracts include a secure payments agreement worth an initial GBP0.8m won through a longstanding telecoms partner, which will see the first implementation on behalf of a large nationwide automotive dealership. We have also entered into new contracts with two utility companies worth GBP0.4m. Significant contracts have also been renewed including a three-year agreement for customer engagement with Vue Cinemas, and a two-year renewal with a central government department to continue providing secure payment services. These were the two largest UK contracts to come up for renewal in this financial year. US traction continues Building on our success with healthcare insurers we have won further secure payments contracts from this sector, all three years in length, totalling $2.6m in value. We have also signed a three-year contract with a product provider to financial institutions worth over $1m. In the retail sector we have contracted for our patented CallGuard solution with a well-known multi-channel interiors retailer and this contract is being delivered completely through Eckoh's Cloud platform, which is hosted in Amazon Web Services. Whilst Cloud opportunities are still much smaller in size, we do expect this to change over time, and Eckoh is the only US provider who can deliver contact centre payment security through either an on-site deployment, a hosted managed service or in the Cloud. The Group's significant US presence, together with our ability to provide completely US-based implementation teams, with ease of integration, and local support are key differentiators identified by customers. In the Support area of Eckoh's US business, through a new partnership with a multinational technology company, we have renewed a significant contract for a telecommunications client. The partner came to Eckoh having seen the pedigree of our support services and the contract is initially worth $1.0m with the potential to increase to $2.8m depending on future support requirements. Nik Philpot, Chief Executive Officer, said: "After an extremely strong first half to the year, it has been very encouraging to see that momentum continue with multiple new contract wins, alongside key renewals, which underpin future market forecasts. These contract wins, with such well-known enterprises, reflects Eckoh's position as the preferred supplier for the largest companies. We have also made excellent progress with key strategic initiatives, such as establishing a market leading position in Cloud delivery for Secure Payments, the ongoing development of our Omnichannel solution and broadening our partner relationships to accelerate our penetration of our key markets."
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