Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imimobile LSE:IMO London Ordinary Share GB00BLBP4Y22 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 185.50p 185.00p 186.00p 185.50p 185.50p 185.50p 1,445 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 76.1 5.1 11.8 15.7 113.73

Imimobile Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/8/2017
21:59
Heading south ...!? Is this SA situation or something brewing ...?
twistednik
18/8/2017
11:47
Great buying opp imo
eh9
18/8/2017
11:10
Note to self.........Add the words MIKE and TAYLOR to my things to avoid list. Maybe he is better at Rugby ..........or face painting.
chimers
18/8/2017
11:04
Most of the Africa business is South Africa
eh9
18/8/2017
09:05
EH9, it's the naira, not the rand. hTTp://www.xe.com/currencycharts/?from=GBP&to=NGN&view=1Y
shroder
17/8/2017
22:34
Erm.....cheers Chimers?!
rivaldo
17/8/2017
14:20
Yeah well "Mike Taylor" would get more street cred had he taken his slice of "pie" when the shares were £1.5 instead of allowing instis who are in profit to offload onto him. Seems he prefers his "pies" COLD.
chimers
17/8/2017
13:56
RNS - good to see IMO attracting a new major shareholder, and international attention at that. Pie Funds Management from New Zealand have bought over 3.5%, with 2.16m shares. I note that Pie are also investors in KWS - which bodes well! Looks like Gresham House and Toscafund have both been top-slicing large holdings, so it's good to see healthy institutional trading: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/imimobile-plc--imo-/rns/tr-1--notification-of-major-interest-in-shares/201708170931262711O/ Https://uk.linkedin.com/company/pie-funds-management-ltd "Mike Taylor founded Pie Funds with the simple philosophy of outperforming the markets by investing in growth companies. He believed most fund managers were serial underperformers, and saw an opportunity to launch a specialist boutique investment firm."
rivaldo
16/8/2017
18:55
All sorted. Expect share to get moving now
eh9
16/8/2017
17:14
Emailed the PR company who didn't seem to know anything about today's GM?
shroder
16/8/2017
15:34
Did anyone attend this morning?
shroder
15/8/2017
20:42
Not an easy decision given the amount of time spent researching IMO but the SA position is too complicated for me to assess properly.
shroder
13/8/2017
18:26
Middle East and Africa are only 36% of the business. The rand is stronger than the £ theses days. Oldmutual and nedbank for example released very strong results this week. In addition Wednesday is the egm key to unlocking the capital structure to allow the next phase of imimobile's growth so it's an odd time to sell just when there could be the next leg up.
eh9
13/8/2017
11:27
Closed the last part of my long due to SA situation, FT.com have covered events here to some degree. hTTps://www.ft.com/content/12b8a5d8-78f0-11e7-90c0-90a9d1bc9691 Buying 38,000 shares is an awful lot easier than selling them.
shroder
02/8/2017
09:11
Locked in some profit over last week or two Bit concerned that spike in the Naira may hinder proposed divi/buyback as some capital held there, could impact future FX too? Nothing much behind it from what I can see.
shroder
24/7/2017
17:30
Is there something on your mind riv, Shavian...perhaps..lol On another less amusing topic, RCS - one or two blogs suggesting Googles 'Allo' SMS app featured on Pixel could be migrated onto RCS. Might take a while for both carriers and handset manufactures to get the thing rolling properly, looks a bit sporadic in the UK.
shroder
21/7/2017
08:57
Yep, there's an accompanying letter on IMI's investor page. perhaps a typo but listed as 'AGM'? Any thoughts if a divi is proposed, what would be a realistic figure? P.S, who is Shavian, lol ?
shroder
20/7/2017
22:47
Cheers Shavian, will take a look at the presentation tomorrow. Meanwhile, good to see tonight's RNS setting the date of the GM to cancel the share premium account for 16th August - the train for dividends and/or share buybacks is now leaving the station.
rivaldo
16/7/2017
17:25
Results presentation, background info on Telenor is good, looks as though the partnership includes payments (micro). hTTps://imimobile.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/IMImobile_FY2017_Results_Presentation_Year_Ended_31_March_2017_Web-2.pdf
shroder
13/7/2017
09:16
just had a call from a buddy using Orange which has received the RCS upgrade, not sure if this is everyone or juts select groups at this stage - might be worth checking is it's not super obvious with a similar icon/name. I would be interested if anyone else has received this on Vodaphone or Orange, not much info out there at present, some commercial stuff on Orange/Cap Gem. hTTps://www.capgemini.com/resource-file-access/resource/pdf/rcs_flyer-jan_2016.pdf
shroder
12/7/2017
18:01
I think they were in the last Gartner report back in Feb/march time, good to see though. Still researching the RCS side of things which seems to be gaining real traction overseas with some faint glimmers here in the UK (Vodaphone snapshot below) hTTps://imgur.com/a/TJix3 In essence, once your carrier supports the new standard you have two options, either wait for network Android upgrade which will include the new Google messages or go to play store and install yourself (search Android Messages). Currently play store info. Updated July 12, 2017 Installs 50,000,000 - 100,000,000 I'll pop some additional info up over the w/end but here's a Android video overview. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZzD934MMmU&feature=youtu.be
shroder
12/7/2017
14:05
News re Gartner and IMO - nice to be mentioned in the same breath as the likes of Salesforce: Https://imimobile.com/imimobile-gartner-crm-vendor-guide/ "News / 11th July 2017 IMImobile has been recognised as a vendor in The Gartner CRM Vendor Guide, 2017. IMImobile has been featured as a vendor in three categories in Gartner’s latest CRM Vendor Guide – Mobile Marketing, Mobile Support: Chat, Messaging, Video Presence and KM/Content, and Consumer Messaging App Support. Brands use Gartner’s vendor guides to better understand the rapidly evolving digital ecosystem, major trends affecting aspects of it, and the key technology suppliers in specific spaces. Gartner has also released a new report citing IMImobile, “Alternative Channels for Engaging Customers of the Future”, which explores new ways in which organisations are interacting with customers and how this may change in the future. The report predicts that “by 2019, requests for customer support through consumer mobile messaging apps will exceed requests for customer support through traditional social media. Application leaders should, therefore, look into third-party applications for managing customer engagement over multiple messaging channels, such as Quiq, IMImobile, Salesforce, LiveMessage and Zendesk Message”. Gartner clients can download the vendor guide and the Alternative Channels report, or you can explore our platform in more detail and see why we made it into the new publications."
rivaldo
06/7/2017
14:38
Whitman Howard have increased their price target to 260p (from 220p) and say Buy. Here's their summary FYI: "IMImobile* Price target upgrade on medium term margin potential IMImobile has today released its year to March 2017 Full year results. The results are very much in line with the trading statement released on the 27th April. IMImobile has experienced strong trading across all regions and business units. We upgraded our numbers at the EBITDA level by 4.2% at the time of the trading statement. We are not changing any of our forecasts today. We are however upgrading PT on the back of medium term margin potential. Profits grew organically in all regions and business units. There were new major blue chip client wins in all regions including multi-territory mobile operator Telenor, and through the relationship with O2, Lloyds and RBS. The renewal rate was 100% including the Group’s largest contract, MTN. The Textlocal and Archer acquisitions are making good progress. In the period there was early successes from investment in partnership programme including a multi-year contract with the Royal Mail Group through BT. The acquisition of Infracast, also gave IMI a market leading position in the UK retail banking sector. IMI’s recent acquisition approach has focused on the ability to upsell to clients. A number of Archer’s banking clients have been identified as lucrative cross selling opportunities. We expect similar success for the recently acquired Infracast. IMI has also begun to extend its partnership strategy. The Company has started the process to effect a capital reorganisation to enable share buybacks and/or dividends in the future. The Current year has started well with trading in line with expectations. IMImobile offers a compelling combination of growth, recurring revenues, strong margins and cash conversion. We believe that post a period of investment in the business EBIT margins should start to scale towards the mid-teens from the reported clean 10.8%. This drives an upgrade to our fair value and we upgrade our price target from 220p to 260p and retain a BUY rating."
rivaldo
03/7/2017
16:19
Many thanks penpont, reads well. I note that GMAA were tipped today by Simon Thompson - if you could see your way to putting that on the GMAA thread that would be much appreciated :o)) Sikh, Tosca had more than 20%. It's perfectly natural for them to take some profits on a huge holding in a small cap. I'd do the same with that level of exposure!
rivaldo
03/7/2017
15:31
Good set of results and Tosca reduced, again?? First after the TU and now after the results...
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