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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imimobile Plc 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
  -4.00 -0.95% 415.00 405.00 425.00 417.50 415.00 415.00 43,711 10:09:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 171.2 3.1 2.7 153.7 342

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16/10/2020
11:01
IMO a David Thornton pick in yesterday's live piword interview. Hear what he had to say at 27m03s: video: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/10/16/a-piworld-interview-with-david-thornton/ podcast: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/podcasts/ Next week on piworld, Thursday 22.10.20, 1pm, we have a Superstar interview with one of the two most popular interview guests, Andy Brough, Schroders, Head of UK & EU mid and small cap team, & Richard Leonard, from a Family Office. Register here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/events/
tomps2
16/10/2020
09:29
Cheers robow, should add to interest here. Looks like the current real spread is 415.15p to sell and 420.99p to buy.
rivaldo
16/10/2020
08:36
Here is the full article It’s tempting to divide companies into those that have suffered during the pandemic, such as airlines, and those that have prospered, such as technology firms. But there is a third category: businesses that suffered in the early stages of the virus crisis but expect to benefit from it in the longer term. IMImobile, the communications firm added to our Inheritance Tax Portfolio of Aim shares in January 2018, is an example. It said it had suffered a short-term impact when the pandemic struck and had addressed it with cost-cutting measures such as a hiring freeze, the furloughing of some staff and restrictions on travel, as well as temporary salary reductions, including 33pc for the board. More recently, it said, “we have begun to see a steady recovery in the activity of clients in the worst impacted sectors, alongside continued momentum in our work with core sectors such as banking, mobile operators and logistics”. As a result it has “begun to return furloughed employees to the business and since July 1 has returned all salaries, except those of the board, to normal levels”. Even more encouragingly, the company said that in the longer term “we anticipate that the significant disruption caused will drive and accelerate uptake of our leading technology and services as large global enterprises increasingly adopt digital transformation initiatives to improve customer engagement strategies”. In other words, even businesses that were temporarily put on the back foot by coronavirus will in time respond by modernising the way they work and communicate with customers. One example of the adoption of digital means of working by large organisations whose practices were previously perhaps rather old-fashioned may strike a chord with anyone who has consulted with a doctor during the pandemic: IMImobile has designed a new healthcare video consultation product called eClinic for the NHS. It said eClinic, launched a year ago, supported the health services’s plan to offer 30 million virtual appointments by 2022 and was being used by three NHS trusts. In addition the pandemic had generated “a number of opportunities with clients and partners across international markets”. Other ways in which IMImobile helps its customers talk to their customers better include enabling them to use familiar channels such as WhatsApp. It said that over the past 18 months or so it had seen clients “start to realise the potential of and to implement new, richer communication channels such as WhatsApp Business and Apple Business Chat as part of their customer communication strategies”. It said businesses that had started to use these tools had experienced “improved customer engagement” and added that it had “a strong pipeline of opportunities from existing clients”. 
In a trading update published late last month the company said momentum across the group had strengthened. It said it expected its cloud communications services, which account for almost 90pc of profits, to deliver year-on-year gross profit growth of at least 20pc in the six months to Sept 30. It said activity levels in the sectors most adversely affected by the pandemic, notably healthcare, smaller businesses and retail, had shown “significant recovery” and strong progress had been made in North America, its “largest addressable market”, where “multiple new customers have been won across a range of sectors”. The board said it was confident that market expectations of annual profits would be met. It’s hard to avoid the impression that this is a business that is doing everything right – an impression reinforced by the 69pc rise in the share price since we added the stock to the portfolio. We will resist the temptation to bank those gains and hold. Questor says: hold Ticker: IMO Share price at close: 422.5p
robow
16/10/2020
08:27
Tipped by Questor in this morning's column in the Telegraph - anyone got full access? Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questor-whatsapping-clients-video-calls-doctors-firm-ready/ "Questor: WhatsApping clients, video calls with doctors – this firm is ready for life after Covid Questor Inheritance Tax Portfolio: IMImobile’s communications tools help its clients talk better to their customers via new digital channels By Richard Evans 16 October 2020 • 5:00am It’s tempting to divide companies into those that have suffered during the pandemic, such as airlines, and those that have prospered, such as technology firms. But there is a third category: businesses that suffered in the early stages of the virus crisis but expect to benefit from it in the longer term...."
rivaldo
13/10/2020
12:05
Thanks Rivaldo, interesting to see That this was tweeted on 1st of Oct and has taken this long to announce via RNS ,but great to see the healthcare sector embracing digital technology
epicsurf
13/10/2020
11:39
Good coverage on Techmarketview: Https://www.techmarketview.com/ukhotviews/archive/2020/10/13/kings-college-hospital-begins-recovery-reset-with-imimobile "Tuesday 13 October 2020 King's College Hospital begins 'recovery & reset' with IMImobile London’s King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has chosen cloud communications software and solutions provider IMImobile to help it advance its ‘digital by default’ strategy and support its recovery from the pandemic. As part of a five-year contract signed in August, IMImobile’s Healthcare Communications business will implement a suite of tools to improve patient communication and engagement with the Trust, including a patient portal and eClinic video consultation platform. In the early stages of the pandemic, healthcare was one of the few areas of IMImobile’s business that was adversely affected, with revenue declining whilst other sectors, such as Banking and Mobile operators, saw growing demand (see Covid creates demand for IMImobile digital comms). In the latest quarter, however, the Healthcare side of the business recovered significantly (IMImobile emphasises reasons to be cheerful), as healthcare providers such as King’s College begin to reset and reimagine how they deliver care. King’s will use the patient portal to reduce the administrative pressure on staff by automatically sending digital letters and enabling patients to cancel and rebook appointments online; and the eClinic will reduce the number of patients attending appointments in-person. In addition, the trust will make use of instant patient messaging; virtual assistants to respond to patient enquiries; and digital remote monitoring across care pathways. As well as enabling remote consultations and some monitoring, these tools give patients greater control over their own care, something that we’ve seen an increased appetite for during the pandemic. King’s College Hospital is far from the only NHS Trust looking for ways to improve the patient experience and efficiency with ‘digital’ help. We expect demand for digital communication services, like those that IMImobile is providing, to increase in the UK in 2021 as NHS trusts begin their recovery and reset programmes."
rivaldo
13/10/2020
07:08
Maurice, they don't need to buy IMO with cash - just the issuance of shares..... Good news today - very nice revenues through to 2025, and from a whopping ten products in total from IMO: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/imimobile-IMO/share-news/IMImobile-PLC-Contract-with-NHS-Foundation-Trust/83443066 "IMImobile PLC Contract with NHS Foundation Trust IMImobile helps King's College Hospital to advance its 'digital by default' strategy and support its recovery from the pandemic IMImobile PLC (AIM: IMO), a global cloud communications software and solutions provider, announces that its healthcare division, Healthcare Communications, is assisting King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (KCHT) to implement a suite of solutions purpose-built to improve patient experience and increase staff efficiency. The new technology will allow the trust to advance its 'digital by default' patient engagement strategy, whilst also helping to reduce any backlogs caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. The contract was agreed in August and will run until 2025; as part of the agreement, the trust will implement Healthcare Communications' patient portal and eClinic video consultation platform, alongside eight additional solutions from the company's patient engagement platform. The patient portal is designed to inform patients about the status of their appointments by automatically sending updates and digital letters to their mobile devices, relieving staff of administrative pressures. The portal will also help the trust to reduce inbound phone traffic, by allowing patients to confirm, cancel or rebook appointments digitally with the click of a button, rather than phoning into the switchboard or specific departments. eClinic will help to reduce the number of patients visiting KCHT hospitals for non-emergency appointments. The platform, complete with file-sharing capabilities, a chat function and translation feature, will also be used to provide urgent care for patients who cannot attend in person. etc"
rivaldo
12/10/2020
10:01
Only 6x the revenue though according to Stockopedia. I don't have US stocks on my subscription but unless they have a huge cash pile from other sources, I don't think they'll be buying in cash, petty or otherwise. Just goes to highlight the gross differences in valuation between US and London based stocks.
mauricemonkey
11/10/2020
22:26
Wasn't aware of Twilio before. I can see that they're in all the same markets as IMO. Huge difference in valuations though... NYSE:TWLO Mkt Cap $40.53bn = £31bn so about 88 times bigger than IMO. The sort of co that could buy IMO with petty cash!
someuwin
11/10/2020
22:06
Twilio Twilio’s (NYSE: TWLO) guidance is that the company will record a 30%+ revenue growth over the next four years. Yesterday, Twilio announced it will acquire data startup Segment in a $3.2 billion deal. “A 4-year, 30%+ growth outlook cements TWLO as a member of our high growth comp group for nearly another half decade minimally,” wrote RBC Capital’s analyst Alex Zukin. According to Zukin, there are three key underlying factors supporting TWLO’s growth outlook: 1) an expansive market opportunity, 2) an accelerating core messaging business, and 3) a nascent enterprise sales motion. He reiterated his ‘Buy’ on TWLO and increased the price target from $320 per share to $375. hxxps://invezz.com/news/2020/10/11/what-are-the-best-tech-stocks-to-buy-in-q4/
epicsurf
08/10/2020
13:43
The chart looks primed for the next leg No sellers at this level ( 427 to buy )
basem1
08/10/2020
12:51
This Virtual Assistant product looks like it could have almost limitless applications. Easy to setup and will then produce continuous ongoing revenues.
someuwin
08/10/2020
10:24
Healthcare Comms UK(part of imimobile group) There are a few more tweets on there twitter page Which I haven't posted Looks like they are getting busy @healthcommuk · 6 Oct Go live: @HillingdonNHSFT have started their transformation journey with patient communications. First stop is multi-channel appt reminders,then the #patientportal, delivering digital letters to smartphones...Great to work with a team so committed to #inclusive comms. Healthcare Comms UK @healthcommuk · 1 Oct We're proud to announce that we are partnering with @KingsCollegeNHS to transform their patient communications over the next 5 years. From introducing PIFU to digital letters, virtual assistants & eClinic, we are thrilled to be part of their #digitaltransformation journey.
epicsurf
01/10/2020
12:04
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ringcentral.co.uk/blog/what-is-uk-government-cloud-first-policy-what-it-means-for-public-sector-bodies/amp/ Interesting read.this must be of significant importance to put out a rns ,
epicsurf
01/10/2020
11:24
Confirmation on RNS now: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/imimobile-plc--imo-/rns/inclusion-in-the-uk-government-g-cloud-initiative/202010011100017968A/
rivaldo
01/10/2020
07:49
LONDON, 1st October 2020 – Global cloud communications software and solutions provider IMImobile PLC, today announced that it has been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G-Cloud 12 framework. CCS supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2019/20, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits worth over £1bn, supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers. The CCS digital marketplace provides UK public sector organizations with a fast and compliant way to procure cloud-based technology that avoids lengthy tender processes. As public sector organizations face unprecedented challenges, the ability to quickly roll out technology solutions at scale is critical. Jay Patel, Chief Executive at IMImobile, commented, “We are pleased to have been approved by the G-Cloud framework which enables public sector organizations to easily find and purchase our core platform and applications. Given the current circumstances, digital transformation initiatives within the public sector are more important than ever and the ability to procure innovative solutions quickly, with the confidence that suppliers have met stringent government security standards, is absolutely crucial.” From 28th September, organizations can now access IMImobile’s full suite of products from the G-Cloud 12 framework. IMImobile already works with many public sector organizations across the UK including NHS trusts, local councils and housing associations. IMImobile’s products listed on the Digital Marketplace can be accessed via this link: https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/search?q=imimobile&lot=cloud-software  
epicsurf
30/9/2020
12:42
Harry Rags, I don't set price targets as I hate inflexibility. Given the rating the share price might consolidate at these levels for a while. But prospects are excellent - and global. If the market latches on to the opportunities, for example in the USA as highlighted in yesterday's statement, then the upside is terrific and may come sooner rather than later. No-one knows for sure. But I'm happy to hold in either case.
rivaldo
30/9/2020
09:55
The valuation looks quite rich, but that’s the case for most decent fast growing technology businesses at the moment. More on the Investor's Champion website.
energeticbacker
30/9/2020
08:53
As a matter of interest where do you see the share price settling from here ?
harry rags
29/9/2020
18:59
A good day - more new highs now. And on decent volumes too.
rivaldo
29/9/2020
11:00
Positive review from Techmarketview, reflecting the benefits from COVID-19: Https://www.techmarketview.com/ukhotviews/archive/2020/09/29/imimobile-emphasises-reasons-to-be-cheerful "Tuesday 29 September 2020 IMImobile emphasises reasons to be cheerful Cloud communications provider, IMImobile, has released a trading update ahead of today’s AGM, highlighting encouraging momentum across the group. The announcement, covering the six months to 30 September 2020, revealed that, helped by the addition of recent acquisitions, cloud communications products were expected to deliver an increase in gross profit of at least 20% IMImobile also cited continued momentum across its core sectors whilst those areas most badly impacted by the pandemic (healthcare and SMEs) had shown a "significant recovery" in the current quarter. The group has made good progress in North America during the last three months, where it has successfully secured a number of new customers across a variety of sectors, including financial services, mobile and retail. On the downside, IMImobile indicated that its operator VAS (Value Added Services) and mobile payments business, were continuing to “experience headwinds” as the global economy slows in face of COVID-19. These operations account for around 10% of IMI’s gross profit. The latest update follows a strong FY20 for IMImobile, with the group benefitting from extra demand stimulated by the impact of the coronavirus (see: COVID creates demand for IMImobile). Whilst the future is far from certain in the face of the evolving economic challenges, IMI’s management has reasonable cause to remain optimistic about the group’s prospects."
rivaldo
29/9/2020
07:53
Very encouraging. Lots of confidence, new contract wins, global expansion (especially the USA), COVID-affected sectors recovering well.....can't ask for more at this stage.
rivaldo
29/9/2020
07:11
Reassuring update    
epicsurf
29/9/2020
07:11
29 September 2020 IMImobile PLC ("IMImobile", the "Company" or "Group") AGM Statement and Trading Update Today at 10.00am IMImobile (AIM: IMO), a global cloud communications software and solutions provider, is holding its Annual General Meeting ("AGM") at the offices of Bracher Rawlins LLP at 77 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6SR. In consideration of the UK Government's Staying alert and safe (social distancing) guidance this year's AGM is a closed meeting. Ahead of the meeting, the Board of the Company would like to share the following trading update. Performance update Since the trading update of 9 July 2020, trading momentum across the Group has strengthened further. For the six months to 30 September 2020 the Group's cloud communications product set, which represents almost 90% of the Group's gross profit, is expected to deliver year on year gross profit growth of at least 20%. This includes a contribution from the acquisitions of 3Cinteractive and Rostrvm Solutions as well as organic growth. Alongside continued momentum across our core sectors, volumes and activity levels in the sectors most adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, notably healthcare, SMB and retail have shown significant recovery in the current quarter. Strong progress has been made in the current quarter in North America. Multiple new customers have been won across a range of sectors including banking, financial services, insurance, mobile operators and retail, further validating our strategy in the region and technological capabilities. This is in addition to the successful launch of new strategic deployments for large US retailers which help underpin growth expectations for the second half of FY21. The Group's operator VAS (Value Added Services) and mobile payments business, representing approximately 10% of Group gross profit has, as expected, continued to experience headwinds. Outlook The new contracts, which were won through competitive procurement processes, as well as a growing pipeline of opportunities in North America give the Board confidence of IMImobile's ability to compete and succeed in the largest addressable market for the Group's product set. The Group continues to see substantial opportunities for growth in all markets in which it operates. It expects disruption caused by the pandemic to accelerate demand from large enterprises for its leading software and services as they transform their customer engagement strategies. The Board are pleased with the Group's performance in the financial year to date and remain confident that the results for the full year will be in line with market expectations.
someuwin
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