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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eckoh Plc LSE:ECK London Ordinary Share GB0033359141 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.8% 62.00 61.00 63.00 62.50 62.00 62.50 199,993 12:15:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 28.7 1.2 0.4 167.6 157

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04/6/2020
09:29
Bought in here yesterday, expecting big things from these guys. US expansion has huge upside, clearly establishing market dominance, looking forward to seeing results this month.
room5
12/5/2020
07:07
According to the LSE, during last Wed and Thu (markets closed on Fri), a total of £116m worth of shares changed hands. For a company with a market cap of £145m, you have to wonder what on earth is going on?
septimus quaid
07/5/2020
11:21
We were at 65p before the crash - were in a better place now so should be 65p+. Q is, how much higher? Is there a bid out there and what price? The growing suite of IP must be worth a few £££. I'm going to sit and wait. GLA
greg the grinch
06/5/2020
18:49
Eckoh also said it has seen “growing levels of interest” in its ChatGuard product, which assists in securing payments made over a live webchat. Hmm... that is interesting.
greg the grinch
06/5/2020
17:31
haha, I had a bit of a job posting the link (I think this has been an issue before with ADVFN/proactive)
septimus quaid
06/5/2020
17:06
Closes up 5.88% today against a FTSE AIM 100 rise of 0.88%.
chester42
06/5/2020
11:00
I had a job opening the link, so for info it states:Eckoh highlights significant demand for CallGuard product during lockdown2020-05-06 07:59:00CallGuard, which allows agents to take payments securely in remote locations over the phone, has seen a surge in uptake as workforces across the economy transfer to working from home during the pandemicEckoh PLC - Eckoh highlights significant demand for CallGuard product during lockdown Eckoh PLC (LON:ECK) has highlighted "significant demand" for its CallGuard Remote product as the coronavirus pandemic causes a surge in remote working.The secure payments specialist said it has sold and deployed CallGuard, which allows agents to take payments securely in remote locations over the phone, to both new and existing clients over the last six weeks in sectors including retail, utilities, insurance and financial services.READ: Eckoh CEO confident as business holds up "remarkably well" in face of coronavirus disruptionEckoh also said it has seen "growing levels of interest" in its ChatGuard product, which assists in securing payments made over a live webchat."We originally developed CallGuard Remote to meet the challenge of delivering robust payment security in remote locations, a need which has been growing steadily over recent years. However, the current crisis has driven an unprecedented and sudden move to remote working for contact centres and the demand for CallGuard Remote has risen significantly as a consequence", Eckoh chief executive Nik Philpot said in a statement."In these challenging times businesses want to retain great customer service and keep commerce flowing, but they can't compromise on security and controls have to be watertight. Deploying quickly shouldn't mean organisations need to take risks with security, so we're really happy that we've been able to assist both new and existing clients in a short timeframe to continue to trade securely with a proven product, and one that we ourselves use", he added.
chester42
06/5/2020
08:31
bit of a tick up this morning: www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/918936/eckoh-highlights-significant-demand-for-callguard-product-during-lockdown-918936.html
septimus quaid
04/5/2020
06:24
Introducing Eckoh (LON:ECK), A Stock That Climbed 30% In The Last Five Yearshttps://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/software/aim-eck/eckoh-shares/news/introducing-eckoh-loneck-a-stock-that-climbed-30-in-the-last-five-years/
chester42
28/4/2020
08:16
Some great movement in the right direction for ECK yesterday (5.21%) and looking good for today. Has ECK been tipped somewhere?
chester42
17/4/2020
15:18
...there's a bit of time yet, ex-div date not normally due until late September
septimus quaid
17/4/2020
14:19
Found this today, article posted above..."While Eckoh has had to withdraw its guidance for the coming year due to the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, Philpot said the company is still maintaining "an open mind" around the company's dividend ahead of its full-year results in June."
chester42
17/4/2020
14:06
https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/917427/eckoh-ceo-confident-as-business-holds-up-remarkably-well-in-face-of-coronavirus-disruption-917427.html
chester42
09/4/2020
10:50
Well "UNLESS CONDITIONS CHANGE"...... there's always hope :-)"The Board has also taken the decision that it will not propose a year-end dividend unless conditions change such that the outlook is clearer and supports us doing so.Despite the short-term disruption to market conditions relating to COVID-19, the Board remains confident of the future prospects for the Group with an excellent sales pipeline in both the US and UK.The Group expects to report its audited results for the year ended 31 March 2020 in June 2020."
chester42
09/4/2020
09:08
Well, bang goes another dividend!
septimus quaid
09/4/2020
07:50
Eckoh PLC (LON:ECK) has reported "another record year" for its business with double digit revenue growth across the group.In an update for the year ended 31 March, the secure payments specialist said trading for the period had been "in line with market expectations" with revenue growth across both its UK and US businesses.WATCH: Eckoh PLC doubles its US revenues with 'more to come', says CEO PhilpotThe group also reported record order levels for the year with 10% growth to £35.9mln.In the US, Eckoh said it had continued to benefit from its position as "the preferred supplier for large enterprises to secure payment data in their contact centre operations", adding that its sale pipeline remained "extremely strong" despite the coronavirus outbreak delaying the conclusion of some "significant deals" beyond 31 March
chester42
30/3/2020
20:29
I've been thinking exactly the same! Fingers crossed this will now start going upwards! IMO DYOR as always
devilsprofessor
30/3/2020
19:49
Kestrel Partners LLP Investment Advisor buying up a big chunk (13%) of shares on the 24th March this year after BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Ltd had also bought up a chunk in Feb. Is there something in the pipeline??????
chester42
13/3/2020
06:18
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://www.fundslibrary.co.uk/FundsLibrary.DataRetrieval/Documents.aspx/?type=sl.ra.interim&id=0a168fb7-42d2-4e63-ae6d-b48ef8d38b96&;user=%2fFh%2fHVXONmtrImPRecPcmpeG1O6y8ijWr0soVnNvfDOT1ogQp0BT3z7tpE8%2bH57l&;r=1
septimus quaid
20/2/2020
15:12
It may not need an RNS, other than for Holding Crossed, but could explain recent interest. No smoke without fire.
mazarin
19/2/2020
22:15
It's just a share trending - got quite a few running like this. RNS is not a requirement
davr0s
19/2/2020
17:24
ECK closed another 3.2% up today, so far without RNS to support it, that may suggest something is possibly stirring from ‘over the pond’ I suspect.
mazarin
17/2/2020
13:29
I have held this share for a while because I think it will be bought out at some point, and for £1+ ..... £2-3 buyout in the next couple of years will do fine.
greg the grinch
17/2/2020
13:26
My guess is they have worked out the value of the IP, on top of the jam today cash and jam tomorrow growth prospects
greg the grinch
20/1/2020
12:49
I'd add 4) every time a company wants to raise funding through a rights issue it gets shorted first. I think we're Ok on that front though. Yes, Nasdaq would be good.
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