Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imaginatik LSE:IMTK London Ordinary Share GB00BP8XY588 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -7.14% 1.625p 1.50p 1.75p 1.75p 1.625p 1.75p 102,771 13:41:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.9 -1.0 0.6 2.9 3.58

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21/9/2017
12:58
just making the point re SC..If crnd shareholders get shafted maybe the same could happen here
temmujin
21/9/2017
09:25
What's that got to do with IMTK??
ajseabright
21/9/2017
07:18
depends if he does a 'cute' deal over at CRND...investors are watching him and lola trollip...alot of long term investors money at stake...the company have been witholding details of gold production figures for a year now,this is not how to run a company listed on the london stock exchange
temmujin
21/9/2017
07:10
Is yesterday's RNd holding not big news??
ajseabright
17/9/2017
21:40
I think he means Simon Charles on BOD but I can't understand the implication and why he considers the character "dodgy" if it is him. I see no reason for any accusations.
p1nkfish
17/9/2017
18:52
Who are you talking about temmujin, and what's the info source?
brummy_git
17/9/2017
17:13
AND MARRIOTS
temmujin
17/9/2017
17:11
seems we have abit of a dodgy character running this company...also involved with CRND
temmujin
17/8/2017
12:36
"According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Innovation Management market is expected to grow from $288.25 million in 2016 to reach $1,963.17 million by 2023 with a CAGR of 31.5%. Rising requirement for crowd sourcing innovations from different organizations, shifting work cultures and growing scope for companies due to the development of new and innovative products are some drivers which are positively affecting the market. However, incompetence of enterprises to follow reliable RoI based on innovation management solutions is a major restraint creating a hurdle for the market growth." Http://www.satprnews.com/2017/08/17/innovation-management-market-report-2017-trends-analysis-share-estimates-and-forecasts-to-2023/
p1nkfish
09/8/2017
08:57
As I understand it, Imaginatik's partnerships have been negotiated on a non-exclusive basis, and therefore I wouldn't have thought this type of relationship would act as too great an impediment to a synergistic trade buyer. These type of standard distributor agreements are pretty meat and drink in the IT services/software space, and certainly haven't acted as a major barrier to potential M&A in the past.
brummy_git
09/8/2017
08:10
Howvere, if UST, Carlyle/PA Cons see a benefit through partnership at little cost the impetus to acquire is reduced and it might block others. Bought as speculation - fingers crossed. "Lets hope they haven't been too clever for their own good by removing a reason why anyone would want, or could, buy IMTK."
p1nkfish
09/8/2017
06:53
My thoughts exactly P1nkfish. Given the undoubted quality of IMTK's technology, customer list and Gartner accreditation, then the company is probably worth far more to another industry player, than can be realised independently. In fact any new owners would have far greater resources/cash to invest in software development, generate economies of scale, eliminate plc/AIM costs and realise significant cross selling synergies as they leverage the IT applications across a much wider geographical footprint & global salesforce. Which all in all would also help clients in terms of speeding up their decision making, since it would remove any lingering concerns over the company’s financial ballast.
brummy_git
08/8/2017
20:53
AI the latest buzzword but it's only as good as the algorithm. Probably achieved via SaaS bought in off the cloud. I hold some RDT and they acquired Integritie that had some interesting capabilities there. Would agree that the sensible exit here is via sale to a larger organisation able to leverage IMTK. They will probably never get the scale on their lonesome or just through partnerships.
p1nkfish
08/8/2017
16:49
Encouraging to see the company adding artificial intelligence (albeit still early days) to their increasingly sophisticated data analytics functionality. Hopefully, both of these should act as important customer/product differentiators, when using/selecting IMTK's discovery and innovation management software - especially for generating new ideas, sifting through those which are worth investing in, and recognising/moving into market areas that are presently underserved.
brummy_git
07/8/2017
12:13
The extensive mention of acquisitions by Deloitte, KPMG in the results does suggest IMTK are looking that way. UST Global does look like the collaborator/partner and Carlyle taking a stake in UST is interesting as they purchased a 51% stake in PA Consulting Group - all innovation related. Lets hope they haven't been too clever for their own good by removing a reason why anyone would want, or could, buy IMTK.
p1nkfish
25/7/2017
22:18
Any thoughts on a consolidation to help the spread and reduce the float? A corporate rating at Finncap is all well and good but there are some that won't look, even if microcap is OK to them, below a certain share price. A 10:1 towards 20p with a good forward look might help spark more interest.
p1nkfish
23/7/2017
10:56
There are 3 groups to watch now, at least. All will have an interest in IMTK. Peeling the onion and finding some very interesting layers. This is worth more than the current market cap by some multiple, in the right hands. Cross-selling potential is substantial in consultancy just as one example. A few names keep cropping up with linkages & IMTK personnel in the mix. 10p target, with a few bumps in the road on the way.
p1nkfish
23/7/2017
10:34
Big picture, is that I suspect Imaginatik is worth a hell of a lot more to a large global IT/consultancy firm, who can leverage the technology across their customer/geographic footprint. In fact an agreed takeover at £15-£20 million (6-9p/share) in a year or two, would still be a drop in the ocean.
brummy_git
23/7/2017
10:11
Interestingly Carlyle Group pivoted to PA Consulting Group 2015/6 for innovation. Now considering $200M investment in UST. Probably same reason. This can be important to IMTK if you get what PA do and what UST are looking to do. IMTK would benefit given description of partnership if it is with UST. Forget rear view mirror, past is dead except for its importance in planting seeds for the future. The same everywhere and every growth speculation. The trend is being set, market cap will respond. Very interested in the Carlyle interest in UST, important.
p1nkfish
23/7/2017
09:48
I don't think anyone is expecting LY's results to be anything but ugly. The important bit is what is said about FY18 and especially trading since March. Here I would hope to hear some positive comments wrt pipeline conversion, orderflow, contract renewals and outlook. Indeed just re-terating finncap's £5m (+28% YoY vs £3.9m LY & FY16) revenue target would be a major leap forward.
brummy_git
23/7/2017
01:03
This could run to 5p, then 8p and be a 5 bagger from 2p. It's bombed out, ignored and unloved but with a catalyst around the corner. I do hold so am biassed but think it honest to say it has good reward/risk for a speculation.
p1nkfish
23/7/2017
00:52
Speculative to buy before the results but worth considering. If results are reassuring it makes sense afterwards, especially if it's still under the radar.
p1nkfish
23/7/2017
00:49
Think it through and look at UST client base and innovation capabilities through its Pod. They are involved in very useful work and Imaginatik probably in the thick of it. A real catalyst and transformational. "Topple" is the title of the book, under economics. It's probably outlines how innovation can topple existing businesses and models. If IMTK can exploit this opportunity with UST it's a "light blue touch paper time" and the Paul Hill 16% then makes sense.
p1nkfish
23/7/2017
00:42
Sajan Pillai is CEO of UST Global. Book due out Feb 2018, interesting CEO'S of UST and Imaginatik co-author. That's what you call tight collaboration. Https://www.bookwire.com/books/subject/Economics/Forthcoming-Books?slp=1 Https://www.bookwire.com/book/USA/Topple-9781626344907-Welborn-Ralph-60056607
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