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KBT K3 Business Technology Group Plc

3.00 (3.06%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
K3 Business Technology Group Plc LSE:KBT London Ordinary Share GB00B00P6061 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 3.06% 101.00 2,994 15:50:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
97.00 105.00 101.00 98.00 98.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Fabricated Rubber Pds, Nec 47.48M -3.98M -0.0902 -11.20 44.53M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:48:29 O 994 100.00 GBX

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Posted at 14/4/2024 09:20 by K3 Business Technology Daily Update
K3 Business Technology Group Plc is listed in the Fabricated Rubber Pds, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KBT. The last closing price for K3 Business Technology was 98p.
K3 Business Technology currently has 44,090,074 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of K3 Business Technology is £44,530,975.
K3 Business Technology has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -11.20.
This morning KBT shares opened at 98p
Posted at 05/6/2019 08:04 by tomps2
KBT presentation at Mello London 2019
by Adalsteinn Valdimarsson, CEO & Rob Price, CFO

What they do, and their journey of transformation.
Posted at 18/7/2018 14:23 by tomps2
Here's the presentation KBT gave at ShareSoc 11.7.18

By Adalsteinn Valdimarsson, CEO, and Rob Price, CFO.

Adalsteinn Valdimarsson, CEO
Business overview – 00:34
Product offering – 03:16
Reorganisation/Engagement models – 05:38
Channel partner network - 07:38
H1 results overview - 08:50

Rob Price, CFO
H1 financial overview – 10:38

Adalsteinn Valdimarsson, CEO
Summary – 17:04

Q&A – 19:22
Posted at 04/6/2017 15:33 by simon gordon
K3 Software - 30/5/17:

Jack Wolfskin to modernize their ERP system with ax|is fashion and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations.

K3 Software is happy to share that Jack Wolfskin has chosen ax|is fashion and Dynamics 365 for Operations in the journey to modernize their enterprise resource planning system. K3 Software will be working closely with partner implexis to support the successful implementation in the coming months.

As one of the leading providers of outdoor apparel, footwear and equipment in Europe, Jack Wolfskin needs to replace its old and out of date system with a solution that could better handle the challenges facing their organization. One of the main reasons for choosing ax|is fashion is that it seamlessly augmented the already rich functionality in Dynamics 365 for Operations with further functionality and features that have been tailored specifically to meet the needs of the fashion and apparel industry.

“After an extensive selection process, we decided on ax|is fashion because it caters for our very specific fashion and retail needs in a system that does not require additional integration with different interfaces. We believe this new system will allow us to get better insight and control over several different processes including seasonal and sales planning as well as facilitating integrated omni-channel planning, something that is very important to our growth ambitions” – Richard Muth, Solution Architect and Project Owner, Jack Wolfskin.

K3 Software worked closely with implexis over the last couple of months, adding both industry and product expertise to the already stellar implementation services provided by Implexis. “We are very pleased to be working together with K3 at Jack Wolfskin and we look forward to supporting the customer on their digital journey. By leveraging and combining our respective strengths, we will be able to provide Jack Wolfskin with a modern ERP system that will help them pursue their ambitions for innovation and growth”, Michael Ferschl Managing Director, implexis.

“We are very honored to welcome Jack Wolfskin to our growing customer base. Not only are we pleased that ax|is fashion meets their needs today, but we also look forward to getting their input for future developments as we continue to improve and deepen the functionality in ax|is fashion” – Sander Schoneveld, Managing Director, K3 Software Solutions.
Posted at 16/5/2017 14:57 by michaelmouse
I don't know the company really PUGUGLY, but since the Keystone Cops were tipping it who knows where it might end up. Let's hope it doesn't do a SGI which dropped from their recommendations to buy all the way down from 300p to the current 8p/9p, although there are plenty of other disasters I could have chosen. LOL.

If Carlsburg did shyte share tipsters then......................
Posted at 10/1/2017 10:45 by davebowler

K3 has released an interim trading update indicating that encouraging progress has been made in the first half, with operational reorganisation carving off an expected £3m in annualised opex savings, at a one-off cost of £3m. However, the typically high period end concentration of revenue-win requirements in December (and June) has been victim of slow customer decision making, with the effect of a downward review of forecasts at revenue (£-4m to £89.7m) and EBITDA (£-3.6m to £12.4m). Strong prospects have not gone away and should be reinforced by a reorganisation in favour of divisional simplicity, and the pipeline remains promising, albeit protracted. Target price reviewed to 440p (465p).
Posted at 10/1/2017 08:22 by simon gordon
Progressive Equity Research out with a fresh piece on KBT this morning:
Posted at 10/1/2017 08:12 by simon gordon
I sold out at the open and was pleasantly surprised the price hadn't fallen 30%.

Chart wise there is multi month support around 200p:
Posted at 14/9/2016 13:45 by noble3r
Latest IC comment:

It was difficult not to be impressed by the full-year results performance from retail software company K3 Business Technology

(KBT:350p), the Salford-based supplier of software to the retail, manufacturing and logistics sectors and provider of managed IT and web-hosting services. The fact that its share price is making headway back towards last autumn's 19-year high of 377p tells a story in itself. It's a company I know well, having advised buying at 220p a couple of years ago ('Tapping into retail growth', 16 Sep 2014), and last reiterated that advice at 337p ('On the acquisition trail', 5 Jul 2016).

The key takes for me were growth in sales of K3's higher margin own intellectual property software which now accounts for 25 per cent of the mix and generates a gross margin of 66 per cent; a channel partner network that is clearly gaining traction; and a pipeline of new business which is up 23 per cent to £76m year-on-year. New orders hit a record of £35.3m and helped drive revenues ahead by 7 per cent to £89m in the 12 months to end June 2016. But it's the nature of the new business being won which resulted in both adjusted pre-tax profit and EPS shooting up by more than a fifth to £8.8m and 23.5p, respectively. The fact that K3 hit forecasts even though it was hit by an £830,000 write-down after a client went into administration says much about the resilience of the business too.

In the 12-month period, K3's software license sales increased by 17 per cent to £16.2m, helped by a contribution from the retail segment and its "ax I is fashion" offering. Leading European mail order fashion retailer, TriStyle Mode GmbH was a notable client win as were Lacoste and KLiNGEL, just two of 27 customers signed up through K3's channel partner network.

Acquisitions will contribute to another year of growth too. For instance, K3 recently acquired Merac, the author of an electronic point-of-sale and management system for the visitor attractions and leisure sector. It was an earnings accretive deal as K3 has acquired a business that makes annual pre-tax profits of £330,000 on revenue of £1.27m for a cash consideration of £1.4m. It also adds substance to analyst forecasts that K3 can lift EPS by 11 per cent to 26p in the 12 months to end June 2017, a performance that would easily justify another hike in the payout per share to 2p. The payout was lifted by 16 per cent to 1.75p in the year just ended, a reflection of the cash generative nature of the business.

Analysts believe K3 should be able to report free cash flow of £6m in the current financial year after factoring in capital expenditure north of £5m. This means that even after raising the dividend again the company should be able to cut net debt in half to £4.6m by June 2017. Gearing is only 12 per cent of shareholders funds, so there is scope for more acquisitions too.

So, with the outlook positive, and K3 well funded, I have no hesitation reiterating my buy advice. On 13.5 times forward earnings, and offering decent upside to my 425p target price, K3's shares are a decent buy at 350p.
Posted at 25/4/2016 10:22 by davebowler
K3 has agreed to acquire DdD, a Danish retail software business specialising in cloud-based, software vendor-independent, convenient out-of-the-box solutions. The £8.1m acquisition is funded by a £13.5m placing at 330p, allowing headroom for working capital demands and further acquisition opportunities. The acquisition represented an alternative to K3's own development of an equivalent vendor-agnostic, cloud-based solution with an estimated development cost of €2.5m, while also bringing current EBITDA performance of €1.1m from revenue of €6.2m in the year to December 2015. Target price lifted to 465p.
Posted at 09/11/2015 10:48 by fillipe
KBT - continuing to move 370p at the ask, as I type, with a one month RSI of 93.4

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