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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 594.00 0.00 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 171.19 3.13 2.70 220.0 490
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Imimobile Daily Update: Imimobile Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IMO. The last closing price for Imimobile was 594p.
Imimobile Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 600p while the 1 year low share price is currently 390p.
There are currently 82,559,389 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Imimobile Plc is £490,402,770.66.
ali47fish: the share price has caught up with offer price- so what now?
rivaldo: Well, well - a non-exclusive IP Licensing Agreement with Cisco for 3 years, with or without their offer completing. Without a bid the shares would have rocketed on this news. I wonder if this might actually encourage any counter-bidders out of the woodwork? Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/imimobile-IMO/share-news/IMImobile-PLC-IP-Licensing-Agreement/83948138
harry rags: jaws6There may well be another bid but note the following;These irrevocable undertakings have been received from:-- Liontrust, in respect of 15,412,321 IMImobile Shares, representing approximately 18.7 per cent. of the issued ordinary share capital of IMImobile as at the Last Practicable Date; and-- each of the IMImobile Directors who holds IMImobile Shares, representing, in aggregate, 10,432,393 IMImobile Shares, being approximately 12.6 per cent. of the issued ordinary share capital of IMImobile as at the Last Practicable Date. The irrevocable undertakings received from the IMImobile Directors remain binding in the event of a higher offer.
epicsurf: Article from motley fool today Demand forhttps://www.fool.co.uk/coronavirus/2020/12/06/2-top-uk-shares-id-buy-in-my-stocks-and-shares-isa-for-next-week/ IMImobile’s (LSE: IMO) shares ballooned during late summer and early autumn but has trended lower more recently. I’d use recent share price weakness as an opportunity to engage in some choice dip buying. And particularly with the UK share’s next financial update around the corner. Results for the six months to September are scheduled for Monday, 7 December. 5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit! According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air… IMImobile is an expert in the field of cloud communications software and mobile messaging. This puts it in great shape to ride the twin themes of rising flexible working following the Covid-19 pandemic and the rise of the mobile phone. The IT giant allows blue chips in a broad range of sectors from Barclays and Hermes, to nPower and GlaxoSmithKline, to keep in touch with customers through their handsets. Back in September IMImobile said that it had enjoyed “continued momentum across our core sectors” since its update of early July. It added that volumes and activity within sectors hit hardest by Covid-19 like retail and healthcare had also shown “significant recovery”. This all bodes well for that upcoming trading statement next week, clearly. Some significant share price gains could be just around the corner.
rivaldo: RNS - IMO now support Google's Business Messages: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/imimobile-IMO/share-news/IMImobile-PLC-imimobile-now-supports-Googles-Busin/83645038 "Sudarshan Dharmapuri, EVP Products at imimobile, commented, "We're excited to now support Google's Business Messages and offer it as another channel for our clients. Business Messages will help turn billions of searches by Android and iPhone users into conversations between customers and brands - delivering richer interactions, improving customer experience, and reducing costs for businesses."
robow: 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
rivaldo: 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"
someuwin: 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.
rivaldo: Excellent results to 31st March given the pandemic - and most importantly, the outlook is as strong as hoped following the very good Q1'20 trading to 30th June. With 17p historic adjusted basic EPS, and 20% gross profit growth in this Q1, one could hope for say at worst 20p EPS this year (given some dilution from the placing), and perhaps 23p-24p EPS given a relatively fixed cost base. This would be pretty cheap for a company in IMO's space and with global prospects. The current trading and outlook is well worth a read: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/imimobile-IMO/share-news/IMImobile-PLC-Preliminary-Results/82934879 "Current trading and Outlook As previously reported in our announcement on 9 July, the Group has delivered a resilient performance in Q1 FY21 despite the operational challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Notwithstanding the impact to businesses globally, we strongly believe that current trends will benefit IMImobile, evidenced by Group gross profit being up approximately 20% year-on-year for the quarter, with the cloud communications product set showing year-on-year gross profit growth of over 30%. Following period end, the Group has seen clear positive momentum across its regions. Alongside seeing a steady recovery of client activity in the worst-impacted industry sectors since late May 2020, the Group has been focused on strategic deployments, as existing and new blue-chip clients look to accelerate their adoption of digital communication strategies, that will help drive future revenues. Performance in North America, the largest addressable and growth market for the Group's product set, continues to be encouraging, with new strategic deployments for large US retailers having continued during the first quarter. As previously disclosed, the results for Q1 FY21, together with a good and growing visibility of earnings, underpins the Company's confidence in achieving good year-on-year gross profit growth, subject to the impact of any second wave of the pandemic, including further organic growth in the cloud communications products business, in the full year to 31 March 2021. With an established leading position in a number of our markets, and substantial opportunities for further growth, we are at an exciting juncture for the business as companies increasingly focus on digital transformation for customer engagement. Our execution of strategy is proven, and we look forward to delivering yet another year of growth ahead. Jay Patel, Chief Executive Officer of IMImobile PLC, commented: "We have delivered another year of strong progress, with double digit revenue growth across all sectors and regions for our core cloud communications product set. We had many significant achievements in the year, including the winning of one of the world's largest retailers as a new client through to the acquisition and integration of 3Cinteractive Corp and the renewal of all major contracts falling due during the period. We have received continued recognition from leading customers and analysts that we have a globally leading and relevant set of customer engagement products. The arrival of the pandemic in the final months of the year saw us take decisive action. Through prudent cost management and our teams' ability to identify opportunities for future revenue generation amongst the rapidly changing environment, we have managed to limit the short-term impact on our business whilst positioning ourselves for continued strong growth in the medium and longer term. Many exciting and substantial opportunities are available to us, not least the potential for expansion in North America where our sales pipeline continues to expand. As one of the established leaders in our industry, with a high proportion of recurring revenues, we are confident of gathering further momentum."
rivaldo: Managed to get the full Questor tip - 300p here we come :o)) Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questorthree-things-can-make-share-price-rise-stock-has/ "Questor: three things can make a share price rise – and this stock has them all 29 November 2017 • 6:18am When a fast-growing company with a loyal customer base and no debt is cheaply valued, there’s usually a good reason. In the case of IMImobile, the Aim-listed software firm, the reason is likely to be the presence of a large and persistent seller on the shareholder register in the shape of Toscafund Asset Management. Tosca has been gradually reducing its stake in IMImobile. Its motivation seems to be more a matter of the management of its portfolios than any negative view of the stock itself, but the effect has been to put downward pressure on the share price. This, of course, presents an opportunity for other investors, as long as they are prepared to wait until Tosca’s selling is no longer perceived as a major drag on the price. Certainly the fundamentals of IMImobile seem strong. In the words of Tony Dalwood of Gresham House, the asset manager, which owns about 14pc of the company, it “embeds” its products in its customers’ operations. “IMImobile software carries out tasks such as sending the text messages that greet you when you land in a foreign country or the messages from banks that ask you to confirm that you have made a particular transaction,” Dalwood said. “Once you have signed a contract to use this kind of software you are unlikely to switch to another product and IMImobile has a good record of keeping its customers once it has won them.” He said it was growing strongly and generating plenty of cash. “Earnings growth is coming from a growing customer base – it is forming a good beachhead in America, for example. This growth is both organic and from acquisitions,” he said. Recent interim results showed revenue and gross profit both increasing by double-digit percentages. Normally such a good performance would result in the shares being highly valued but the perception that Tosca could continue to sell large numbers of IMImobile shares has prevented this from happening, some brokers have suggested. Many professional investors prefer the “Ebitda” measure of earnings when they value shares, as opposed to the after-tax profits used for the conventional price-to-earnings ratio. Ebitda stands for earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation, and because of those disregarded costs it will normally be higher than the after-tax figure. This means that the ratio of the share price to Ebitda will be lower than the normal p/e ratio for a given company – typically about 40pc lower, Dalwood said. But if we compare IMImobile’s price-to-Ebitda ratio with the valuations of other companies we get a sense of how cheap it is. It is currently trading at a ratio of between eight and nine. Link Mobility, a comparable peer, trades at more than 20, while private equity deals in this area are being done at Ebitda multiples of between 10 and 14. Earnings growth and the potential for the valuation to come into line with similar companies provide two routes for IMImobile’s shares to rise but there is a third potential reason, Dalwood said. “Share price growth has one of three causes: rising profits, higher valuations and balance sheet developments,” he said. If, for example, a business is funded equally by debt and equity and uses its cash flows to pay off half the debt, the value of the shareholders’ portion will increase significantly, all else being equal. This is a standard private equity approach to an investment. IMImobile has already paid off all its debt and amassed some cash, so in its case the way to make the balance sheet work better for shareholders would be to start to pay a dividend. This could also help the shares to be given a higher valuation. “At a time when interest rates are rock bottom, dividends are highly prized,” Dalwood said. “Any company that pays a dividend stands to be looked at more favourably by investors.” He added: “This stock has all three of the drivers for share price growth. We think the price could go from the current 200p or so to nearer 300p.” Reassuringly, several board members have significant stakes. Jay Patel, the chief executive, owns 5pc of the shares, worth about £6.2m, and “he’s not selling as far as I know”, Dalwood said, Questor says: buy"
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