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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ideagen Plc LSE:IDEA London Ordinary Share GB00B0CM0C50 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 0.91% 278.50 275.00 282.00 278.50 278.50 278.50 26,540 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 56.6 -0.1 -0.1 - 703

Ideagen Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/11/2018
16:42
Ideagen present at our growth company seminar in Manchester on the 20th November which may be of interest to shareholders or potential investors. hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-growth-company-seminar-in-manchester-20-november-2018/
sharesoc
09/11/2018
12:25
Idea Global domination continues. pladis, the global snacks leader, launches Ideagen’s software for global SQSE operation. The owner of McVities will implement Ideagen’s Coruson software for its safety, quality, security and environmental responsibilities pladis, owner of snacking brands such as McVitie’s is to launch a new software system to enhance its global safety, quality, security and environmental (SQSE) operations. The global snacks leader will replace a series of current legacy systems with Ideagen’s Coruson software as it looks to streamline several operational processes. Coruson will become the company’s single system for SQSE, helping pladis enhance quality, speed of manufacturing and distribution as well as the safety and security of its 26,000 staff globally. Ideagen’s software will also boost compliance across the pladis‘ network, ensuring the company can easily meet requirements of external certification bodies such as the BRC, ISO and GSFI. Denis Treacy, Chief Safety, Quality, Security & Environment Officer for pladis, said: “My team operate across areas of health and safety, product quality, food safety, security and environment. We are there to ensure that we protect our consumers, our employees and the environment and the foot print that we leave. “As we are a global business operating across continents, time zones, languages and cultures, in order for us to bring all of this together into a cohesive, agile and reactive process we need an integrated management system in the form of Ideagen’s Coruson.”
igoe104
09/11/2018
10:55
LOL guys :o). Wishing you guys the best in you investments.I hope you make loads. Just hope Trump and Xi come to terms in Argentina later this month and Brexit is worked out. Some head winds at the moment, but hey, ho, that is life in our modern world. GLA.
callmebwana
09/11/2018
09:58
Callme- I have several stocks with the Rivaldo footprint- it's a bit like the Royal Warrant !
superadams
09/11/2018
09:53
Great taste perhaps? :o)) I do have a diversified portfolio rather than a concentrated one. I find this is best in the long-term to minimise risk, but that you can still have fast growth assuming you find a multibagger every now and then whilst the remainder of the portfolio chugs along hopefully producing decent growth overall.
rivaldo
09/11/2018
08:57
LOL,Rivaldo,every time I look and think I have found a good share,you pop up !! How come ?? ATB
callmebwana
09/11/2018
08:25
Livingbridge UK Microcap fund invested in IDEA recently via the acquisition fundraising - there's some interesting commentary from around 9 minutes in on this 3rd quarter fund review: Https://www.livingbridge.com/equity-funds/latest/videos/webinar-lf-livingbridge-uk-micro-cap-fund-q3-review Livingbridge knew previously about Morgan Kai, who IDEA acquired in late September following the fundraising, so were therefore aware that Morgan Kai looked a good acquisition and fit for IDEA.
rivaldo
08/11/2018
17:23
WheelieDealer ‏ @wheeliedealer 15m15 minutes ago Uptrend on #IDEA is a beauty. The Risks here are around the Acquisitions and the Rating looks quite high. Good sector in that Compliance is big news.
fizzypop
08/11/2018
16:19
I was in these shares but sold out and took profits and back in today again. Can't let a good one slip through my hands.IMHO. GLA.
callmebwana
04/11/2018
19:37
For those of you in the south that cannot make it to Manchester....Just to let you all know that Ideagen will be exhibiting and presenting at our MelloLondon investor event in Chiswick W4 next month. MelloLondon is a two day event and starts on Monday 26th November through to Tuesday 27th November. You can find out more here... Http://melloevents.com/mello-london/ There will be 65 quality companies exhibiting and presenting plus some very well known investors, entrepreneurs, fund managers and market commentators providing excellent keynote talks on a range of investment subjects. A number of investment workshops will be available each day and a ShareSoc MasterClass on the final day.
davidosh
04/11/2018
15:16
Ideagen present at our growth company seminar in Manchester on the 20th November which may be of interest to shareholders or potential investors. hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-growth-company-seminar-in-manchester-20-november-2018/
sharesoc
30/10/2018
10:55
Continuing today fizzypop :-)
cheshire man
29/10/2018
16:34
4pm bounce and long overdue.
fizzypop
18/10/2018
22:04
Fizzy pop, looks like you were right. Having been through my trades I managed to increase my shareholding by 7% and am now fully back in. It would have been more like 15% but I started selling to early in the low 140's just before the recent acquisition announcements (slightly unluckily). Ideagen has traded in a range for 3 years and I just reckon there is plenty of extra money to be made by trading that range by having a view on the valuation the business is trading at. Above 175 range (if it gets there quickly) its a sell again.
leavers
15/10/2018
14:31
News of a nice upgrade from a multinational which gives some idea of the regard in which IDEA are held: Https://www.ideagen.com/company/news/sgs-uses-pentana-audit-for-their-global-internal-audit-operations/ "SGS uses Pentana Audit for their global internal audit operations Monday, October 15, 2018 SGS adopted Pentana Audit software from Ideagen as it looks to enhance the corporate internal auditing of its business processes across 2,400 offices and laboratories globally. Being a Pentana customer for more than 10 years, SGS decided to upgrade to Pentana Audit to help its internal audit function of around 20 auditors to better and more efficiently manage audits, risks, controls and field work. The company has a global presence and operates across various industries such as Agriculture and Food, Chemical, Construction, Consumer, Energy, Industrial, Life Sciences, Mining, Oil and Gas, Public Sector and Transportation.... .....The system provides data for all SGS offices. Different audit cycles and SGS business processes are placed into Pentana Audit, as well as last audit results, to automatically provide proposals for audit coverage and a complete risk and control visualisation. A global risk has been set up to rank all SGS operations. The system is used also to pull easily audit result data so they can be presented to SGS management and board. etc"
rivaldo
09/10/2018
13:11
Do I detect a double bottom on the chart at circa 142p. Could wish for greater volume.
fizzypop
09/10/2018
08:07
Another £5k worth at 146p as a topup.
fizzypop
08/10/2018
16:53
Hi leavers. I went in at 153p for 17,000 shares so a little premature but already bounced back to 144p this afternoon. I am sure we will both be rewarded well. Good to hear from you.
fizzypop
08/10/2018
16:23
Fizzypop, I just bought back £45,000 of my position to add to those I bought around 150p recently to take it back to 80% ish of normal holding, having sold from 145p up to 170p. Time to be back in fully I suspect.
leavers
08/10/2018
09:32
-- Ideagen announces keynote speaker for second day of US Customer Seminar Globally respected internal audit expert, Margie Bastolla, will open the second day of ‘Ideagen Horizons’ in New York. Ideagen, the global governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software firm, has announced the keynote speaker for the second day of its upcoming US customer seminar. Margie Bastolla, an international speaker, trainer and internal auditing expert, will open day two of Ideagen’s flagship US seminar, Ideagen Horizons, in New York later this month. As Principal of Margie Bastolla Facilitations, she provides customised training for audit departments who desire to write clear, impactful reports and streamline report-writing processes. Margie also teaches auditors how to communicate clearly and build supportive relationships with clients and colleagues. She will entertain delegates on her career spanning more than 25 years across 40 countries, advising organisations such as the United Nations, the US military, and many private and public-sector firms on internal auditing best practices. Before starting her training company, Margie spent 20 years as an executive and director with The Institute of Internal Auditors, Inc. She said: “I’m excited to speak at this event, where attendees and I will share stories on how to transform conflict into collaboration.”; Mrs. Bastolla joins Shannon Miller, the seven-time Olympic medallist and the only female to be inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame, in speaking at the event. Ideagen Horizons North America will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Metropolitan over two days between Tuesday, October 9th and Wednesday, October 10th. The event is exclusively aimed at users of Ideagen’s Q-Pulse, PleaseReview and Pentana software for quality, safety, risk, audit and performance management. Ideagen Horizons North America is now in its third year having previously been held in both Chicago and Orlando. The event has continued to grow in stature and size and this year will be held in New York for the first time. hxxps://banking.einnews.com/pr_news/463947461/ideagen-announces-keynote-speaker-for-second-day-of-us-customer-seminar?ref=rss&ecode=ZlZcDvOeNoJSem17&utm_source=RSSNews&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Anti-Money+Laundering+News&utm_content=article
melody9999
05/10/2018
21:17
Hi Rivaldo Sorry - my post wasn't clear. RNS 23/03/17 announcing the 2017 LTIP awarded Spenceley / Dorks / Kent 1,200,000 options each at 1p. At today's share price of circa 150p, that's circa £5.4m - yes, I accept that it wasn't worth that at the time of the award, but it's a lot of money - excessive, in my view. I see your interpretation re your 3rd point; not sure I agree. Looking at the (presumably summary) of the LTIP conditions, in order for the full award to be made the share price has to exceed 136p for 30 consecutive business days - from a quick glance, I suspect that has been achieved just now. What happens if the price subsequently drops isn't spelt out in the 23/03/17 RNS. IF it says that the share price has to exceed 136p for THE 30 days prior to exercising the option, I reckon today's announcement could be in the "bird in the hand" category for 50% of the award. Regardless, I'm not keen on such levels of remuneration, especially relative to profits. Others may be more relaxed, given growth etc. That's why we don't all buy the same shares! Good luck to all holders.
garbetklb
05/10/2018
12:26
As regards Garbetklb's post, firstly a total of 1.8m shares have been issued, i.e at the current price around £2.7m (no idea where his £5.2m comes from). Secondly, only one director fully sold their resulting shares. The other two have only sold 50% of their additional shares - enough only to cover costs and income tax payable (which would of course be taxed at the higher rate of 40%). Thirdly, the early exercise of the LTIP shares - without a full resultant sale - is a GOOD sign. This is usually done because the people exercising wish to minimise their tax liability by exercising early rather than waiting, since they presumably believe that by waiting the share price will rise sufficiently such that they would have a much higher income tax liability.
rivaldo
05/10/2018
10:08
Up 2% and hopefully the start of the recovery from 152p.
fizzypop
05/10/2018
09:41
I don't hold IDEA, but it's a share I've had on my watch list. Until today. The early exercise of the 2017 LTIP (which appeared pretty generous) looks like sheer greed. One of my key filters is "Are management reasonably rewarded?" This looks like a reward to the 3 directors of about £5.2m from a company who declared a statutory profit of £1.5m........ My personal experience is that such executive greed results in an unhappy workplace - I prefer to invest in happy companies as I perceive them to perform better. I'd love to be corrected if I've misunderstood......
garbetklb
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