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% 201.50p 198.00p 205.00p 201.50p 201.50p 201.50p 325,563 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 17.1 123.54

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13/11/2017
07:34
Great to see Giles Hargreave more than doubling his holding in IMO: Http://citywire.co.uk/money/4-shares-the-pros-are-buying-and-selling/a1068376?ref=citywire-money-latest-news-list#i=4 "IMImobile Citywire AA-rated small cap supremo Giles Hargreave has more than doubled his holding in cloud communication and software provider IMImobile (IMOI) as it drifts lower from last month’s record high. Hargreave upped his stake in the business from 2.4% to 5.7% of the shares worth £7 million at a price of 200p, down from an all-time high of 221p in early October. The shares are primarily held by clients of his eponymous broker and fund manager Hargreave Hale which was this summer purchase by Canadian banking group Canaccord. Leading UK hedge fund manager Toscafund’s small cap mandates have recently banked some profits on the tightly-held stock, reducing their stake from above 18% to 13.4%. Investec reiterated its buy guidance last week, on a 250p price target. That followed a trading update saying full year profit was likely to beat earlier expectation, despite upping its investment in sales and distribution."
rivaldo
02/11/2017
22:47
A tip update in the IC - hopefully this will appear in tomorrow's print edition and bring in some interest: Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2017/11/02/imimobile-expands-in-the-us/
rivaldo
02/11/2017
12:22
Positive stuff: Https://imimobile.com/archer-digital-sa-becomes-imimobile-south-africa/ "News / 31st October 2017 A message from Ross Venter, CEO of IMImobile South Africa, on the rename of Archer Digital SA. After the successful IMImobile acquisition of South African based Archer Digital in October of 2015, the team in South Africa have been laying the groundwork for supplementing the solutions they offer to blue-chip clients with the IMImobile product suite. Negotiations with two of South Africa’s premier banking institutions began in 2016 around installing elements of the IMIconnect digital customer engagement platform into those banks. A combined effort, utilising multiple IMImobile resources from around the world, has resulted in the first full installation of IMIconnect into the fastest growing and most innovative bank in Africa. As this first of many successes nears completion, and the interest shown in the IMImobile software and solution suite grows, it is an opportune time to present a more unified corporate image to the South African and African markets by changing the name of Archer Digital to IMImobile South Africa. With effect from 1 November 2017 our South African operation now bears the IMImobile name. The reaction from clients has been extremely positive and supportive and will enable our South African business to grow with customers knowing that the world-class digital communications technology solutions available to them are tried and tested on an international stage, and yet customized for the African market with a local IMImobile company on hand to provide ongoing support and relationship management."
rivaldo
01/11/2017
12:20
The respected Techmarketview like today's news - "an excellent move": Http://www.techmarketview.com/ukhotviews/archive/2017/11/01/imimobile-adds-us-messaging-platform-to-extend-reach "Wednesday 01 November 2017 IMIMobile adds US messaging platform to extend reach The chances are that if you’ve had an SMS or Whatsapp message from your bank, utility or mobile service provider, AIM-listed IMIMobile will have been at the centre of it. IMIMobile’s platform, applications and AI capability joins up customer experiences across multiple channels and interacts with legacy enterprise systems to transform customer journeys and enables large organisations to react more quickly as customer preferences change and communications channels proliferate. IMIMobile has built an Enterprise cloud communication platform, IMIconnect, which supports a wide range of capabilities to enable enterprises to access chat systems, automate customer queries, use social media channels, drive marketing campaigns channels over multiple channels and communicate effectively with end customers over multiple channels. These systems are also key to many fraud management and online authentication systems. The business is very UK-centric, driving 60-65% of its revenue here, but today’s move, to acquire Sumotext, an established US-based communications platform provider for US$4.5-6m, should enable IMIMobile to address the US market and migrate its capabilities into the huge US market. Surprisingly perhaps, the US market appears to be behind the UK in terms of managing customer interactions (look at the progress of Eckoh there) and the omni-channel capabilities of IMIMobile should find a ready market. Sumotext’s portfolio is reportedly complementary to IMIMobile’s product set and IMIMobile expects to invest significantly in sales and marketing to drive cross-sell and up-sell opportunities. The acquisition is forecast to be earnings enhancing in the year to March 2019. The Sumotext CEO will join the IMIMobile senior management team. IMIMobile management also reports that trading for the half year was in line with expectations but cautions that additional £0.5m marketing spend in the US will push H2 EBITDA below current expectations. Looks like an excellent move."
rivaldo
01/11/2017
11:30
Don't get me wrong, I think they have done really well, will look to re-enter at some point too.
shroder
01/11/2017
09:44
IMO stated today that trading for H1 was in line with expectations, and that H2 is similarly expected to be in line subject to today's announced additional expenditure re the acquisition. So one has to assume that the naira/rand hasn't been an issue, at least not in terms of being material.
rivaldo
01/11/2017
09:20
I think management would have been better off saying something about SA situation, it's a bit of an elephant in the room thing now, at least in my mind.
shroder
01/11/2017
09:16
WJ, it clearly states in the RNS's 3rd paragraph that the additional investment in the USA is specifically as a result of the new acquisition. Bonkers short-term reaction to today's news imo, but that's the market for you. Could simply be that there's a seller out there.
rivaldo
01/11/2017
08:43
No mention of currency headwinds or capital return from SA, both naira and rand are trading much higher than at start of year. Given the above together with additional investment looks unlikely for a divi to be paid imo.
shroder
01/11/2017
07:56
It's not clear in the trading statement whether the EBITDA investment is just for the acquisition - I wish they'd clarified it a bit.
wjccghcc
01/11/2017
07:20
Excellent news this morning: Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/IMO/13415737.html - this acquisition provides a pathway for launch into the USA - it's "complementary to IMImobile's product set, providing mobile solutions that enable businesses to manage digital interactions with their customers" - earnings-enhancing in the year to March'19 - current year revenue and gross profit expected to be above market expectations The small caveat is that the acquisition requires £0.5m of additional marketing costs this year which will reduce EBITDA, but this is necessary for the additional return next year and should be welcomed. Very good news.
rivaldo
26/10/2017
07:29
RNS out, with interims to be released on Tuesday 21st November and analyst meetings and presentations to follow. Given the bullish outlook in the 28th June prelims, and with no problems mentioned in today's RNS - plus a Tuesday release augurs well - I'd expect the numbers to be nicely in line at the least: "Outlook The 2018 financial year has started well with trading in line with expectations. We have good earnings visibility thanks to our long-standing client relationships, pipeline of new deployments and high mix of recurring, repeating and transactional revenues. We believe that, as managing mobile and digital touchpoints become critical for all organisations, we can continue to grow our client base across all regions and increase the size of each relationship. We intend to accelerate growth through our partnership strategy, including seeking out international partners, and are increasingly confident after the early wins we have had this year."
rivaldo
10/10/2017
13:51
New contract win - sounds large and certainly prestigious, if evidently not quite RNSS-able: Https://imimobile.com/press-release-imimobile-wins-carillionamey-contract/ "IMImobile wins contract with CarillionAmey to deliver digital contact centre optimisation 10th October 2017 IMImobile is selected to help improve the contact centre experience through digital channels, for CarillionAmey customers London, 10 October 2017 – IMImobile, a cloud communications software and solutions provider, has been chosen by CarillionAmey to improve their contact centre experience through digital channels, for customers using their services across the defence estate in the UK. CarillionAmey, which works on behalf of the Defence Infrastructure Organisation, has chosen to use IMIchat, a cloud application built specifically for contact centres, to enable customer service agents to have live two-way conversations with Armed Forces personnel across SMS, Facebook Messenger, Twitter, and Webchat, alongside their existing voice channels. CarillionAmey repairs and maintains more than 49,000 homes for Service families, and looks after the infrastructure of 280 RAF stations, army garrisons, naval bases and defence sites across the UK. IMIchat will support the Ministry of Defence’s digital transformation strategy, through their supply chain, and help improve time critical communication for all military families and estate end users when they experience problems in and around their property or estate buildings. IMImobile was chosen by CarillionAmey because of its robust enterprise-grade technology as well as being an established leader in digital customer interaction. Stuart Jones, Customer Services and Communications Director for CarillionAmey, said: “We are absolutely committed to delivering smarter and more efficient solutions to our Armed Forces and their families. Continuing to improve our customer service is imperative to our ongoing development as a business. “IMImobile was a natural fit because of its vast experience and expertise in providing cloud communications software to public sector companies, enabling us to embrace new digital technologies to communicate and engage with our customers across the defence estate.” Jay Patel, Chief Executive Officer of IMImobile, commented: “We are pleased to be part of CarillionAmey’s digital transformation strategy and to support the Ministry of Defence. IMIchat will allow customer service agents to enhance interactions with the service families and personnel across all digital and mobile channels, therefore allowing better communication whilst driving contact centre efficiency. “We are also excited about the opportunities to help optimise the customer service experience through the integration of intelligent and innovative solutions such as chatbots in the near future.”
rivaldo
09/10/2017
12:12
Thanks again Clanger - hopefully more buying to come as subscribers catch up with the tip over the next week.
rivaldo
09/10/2017
08:40
Think it will be difficult to buy in as i couldn't get a quote this morning. Generally i find that after the initial reaction it should settle back and then if you believe the story that's when you buy in. I don't there's anything new, but here's the headline. The company's name is IMImobile (AIM: IMO). It's a great little business – steady growth, big margins, generating lots of cash. And best of all, it's nice and cheap.
clanger66
09/10/2017
08:25
Cheers Clanger66, good to see IMO getting some press attention. Perhaps you or someone else could give some snippets - or at least the conclusion - at some stage after subscribers have had a day or two to buy in.
rivaldo
09/10/2017
07:55
Been tipped in the penny share newsletter. Fyi
clanger66
09/10/2017
07:22
Nice one, could be share buy back although volume pretty high, Tosca perhaps?
shroder
09/10/2017
07:09
Heading north fast - tipped somewhere (Techinvest perhaps)?
rivaldo
19/8/2017
20:59
Heading south ...!? Is this SA situation or something brewing ...?
twistednik
18/8/2017
10:47
Great buying opp imo
eh9
18/8/2017
10:10
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
10:04
Most of the Africa business is South Africa
eh9
18/8/2017
08:05
EH9, it's the naira, not the rand. hTTp://www.xe.com/currencycharts/?from=GBP&to=NGN&view=1Y
shroder
17/8/2017
21:34
Erm.....cheers Chimers?!
rivaldo
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