Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intercede Group Plc LSE:IGP London Ordinary Share GB0003287249 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -1.42% 104.00 20,093 16:05:32
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
102.00 106.00 105.50 104.00 105.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 10.96 1.10 3.00 34.7 59
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:06:24 O 2,000 102.00 GBX

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Intercede Daily Update: Intercede Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGP. The last closing price for Intercede was 105.50p.
Intercede Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 96.50p and a 12 week average price of 91p.
The 1 year high share price is 111.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 63.50p.
There are currently 57,101,712 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,239 shares. The market capitalisation of Intercede Group Plc is £59,385,780.48.
robsy2: Well spotted Rivaldo.I'm a holder.I was looking for something in the cybersecurity space and chose this one. Expensive it is on current earnings but it is in turnaround mode and has what looks like a plausable game plan to make themselves a lot more relevent. The price target on this one is 125p which is indeed pricing in some large contract wins. I'm waiting for the wins to come in the money to drop straight down to the bottom line!
rivaldo: Rather sneaky presentation in the results highlights - PBT was £1.1m, but IGP chose to ignore this and highlight the £1.5m PAT, which was only achieved because of an overall £400k tax credit. That's 2p diluted EPS rather than the 2.8p stated. Which is silly as the overall performance was good. Too expensive for me at a £59m m/cap for £1.1m PBT. A nice little company - £10.9m revenues - with good prospects, but the upside from that £59m m/cap seems limited for a while yet unless there's some more large contract wins.
earwacks: A 57 million cap with 8 million in the bank takeover 2,4 billion cap company. I know they are saving £400,000 a year from the conversion of loan notes, but good luck selling that idea to the markets. We keep hearing how big the cyber security market is, and how much worse security is getting especially in the US, and yet IGP have revenue of 11 million at the moment. Doesn't seem that ambitious. They did talk about their work at the top of the pyramid and the need to get into markets lower down the scale.I expect that is where there is more completion too. How a company this size got to work mostly in US defence departments is a bit of a mystery. They must be very good at their job.They obviously do what they do very well. They just need more of it. A lot more. I would be delighted if Darktrace or anyone bought IGP, but I suspect its way too small for takeover interest in its current form
ianhamo: Widepoint have just been awarded a $500m (over 5yrs) contract from the US government.This must bode well for IGP seen as they use MyId as a core part of their tech.Hopefully we will hear something on this in the upcoming Trading Update ?
ianhamo: Computers, Technology & InternetWidePoint Partners with Intercede to Deploy MyID for a New Fortune Global 500 CorporationFAIRFAX, VA / ACCESSWIRE / March 31, 2021 / WidePoint Corporation (NYSE American: WYY ) , the leading provider of Trusted Mobility Management (TM2) specializing in Telecommunications Lifecycle Management, Identity Management (IdM) and Digital Billing & Analytics solutions, has partnered with Intercede (IGP) on a new managed services contract to supply a Fortune Global 500 corporation with identity management credentialing services.Under this contract, which will see Intercede's MyID credential management software form a core part of WidePoint's managed services, WidePoint will deliver professional services, hardware, and Personal Identity Verification (PIV-I) credentials. WidePoint will issue PIV-I credentials to a segment of the new customer's employees, providing logical access to a large federal agency's information and resources."Secure, remote connectivity is critical for many commercial and government entities to perform their work effectively," said Jason Holloway, President of WidePoint Cybersecurity Solutions Corporation. "And as this award, which is the third major IdM contract we have announced since the start of the year, demonstrates, a greater number of enterprises are realizing the value our IdM solutions provide. We look forward to continuing to build upon this momentum throughout the year."Intercede's Chief Executive Officer, Klaas van der Leest stated, "MyID continues to offer enterprises and federal governments the technology they need to issue and manage credentials simply, securely, and at scale. WidePoint's managed services offering is a natural fit for MyID as it provides the manageability and compliance to federal standards that many organizations in the United States must meet. The fast turnaround of this deployment, from initial discussions to operation in under 30 days, underlines the simplicity of WidePoint's managed services offering, which is something I expect will bring confidence to prospective customers who have concerns about entering into long and complex PKI deployments. We look forward to many new customer wins together."MyID credential management software will be hosted by WidePoint and used to issue and manage digital identities on behalf of managed service customers. Customers will benefit from WidePoint's PKI-based multi-factor authentication deployment in compliance with current and emerging federal standards, without the requirement to deploy and manage the architecture in-house.Caroline Godfrey, Chief Security Officer of WidePoint Cybersecurity Solutions Corporation, added, "Over the last year we experienced a new era requiring rapid remote workforce adoption that catapulted Zero Trust to the top of the IT modernization list. No longer can you rely on physical barriers to protect access to your data. Digital identities are the new norm. Getting back to the basics with strong identity proofing is the root for establishing trust, and that's what our credentials enable."Jin Kang, WidePoint's CEO, commented, "WidePoint is uniquely positioned to help numerous commercial organizations seamlessly access their secure information while adhering to federal policies with our comprehensive offerings of trusted digital identity credentials. We've been effectively doing so in 2021, and we look forward to continuing growing the presence of our credentials to ensure that more government employees and contractors are all able to securely work remotely and on premises."About WidePoint ??WidePoint Corporation (NYSE American:WYY) is a leading provider of trusted mobility management (TM2) solutions, including telecom management, mobile management, identity management, and digital billing and analytics. For more information, visit Intercede ??Intercede is a cybersecurity company specializing in digital identities, credential management and secure mobility. Intercede is headquartered in the United Kingdom, with offices in the United States. For more information visit Investor Relations: ??Gateway Investor Relations??Matt Glover or Charlie Schumacher??949-574-3860??WYY@gatewayir.comSOURCE: WidePoint CorporationView source version on
earwacks: Not really Ian. They don't announce every new business venture. It sounds more like something they are going to do or in the process of doing. I think the clue is the word 'poised'. MCRO had the same thing when AWS announced a partnership with them. It took about 4 months to announce an actual deal where AWS have a warrant to buy a certain number of shares on performance at the price they were on that date. I don't think this is specifically price sensitive news yet. Also it quite expensive to issue loads of formal RNS when not required by law.I'm sure they will relay news about an actual sales contract when that happens.Looks very positive though
tomps2: Intercede (IGP) Spoken about in a piworld interview with Edmund Shing; Mr Shing’s thoughts from 15:26. Watch the video at: Https:// Or listen to the podcast using the following link: Https://
davidosh: Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that we will be featuring Intercede Group in the #MelloMonday show on Monday evening In the MelloBASH (Buy, Avoid, Sell or Hold)panel session Https:// Tickets are still available and if you would like one at half price then enter the code MMTADVFN50 It is a four hour show so here is the programme.... 6.00 pm Mello News 6.05 pm Interview with Fund Manager Stephen English 6.35 pm Barry Gamble is on the Mello Soap Box 6.45 pm Hummingbird Resources Company presentation 7.15 pm Introduction from Primary Bid James Deal 7.25 pm Open Orphan plc Company presentation 7.55 pm Are you engaging enough on Twitter? Hear from our Twitterati panel @reb40, @grahamneary, @shiftingshares, @1James1n1 8.15 pm Image Scan Company presentation 8.45 pm Mello BASH including the Fund Manager Stephen English, Jack Brumby from Stockopedia, Bruce Packard and Kevin Taylor
earwacks: Final clearance CLNs ends the £400,000 per year interest payment. Good move for share holders. Better for us that IGP decided to do this now at only 18p premium than if the shares were over £1.00 as it leaves quite an incentive for them to stay invested I would hope.
earwacks: We're FREeeeeeeee. of debt. Good cash balance and cash generative. Companies decision to pay off debt for about 10% share dilution. 12 of 13 holders opted for shares at 68p. Of course some of the lenders are on the board, but I think this could unshackle the share price this year.
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