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LTG Learning Technologies Group Plc

86.60
0.30 (0.35%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Learning Technologies Group Plc LSE:LTG London Ordinary Share GB00B4T7HX10 ORD 0.375P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.30 0.35% 86.60 2,207,671 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
86.80 87.10 89.70 86.20 89.70
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Agents & Mgrs 596.9M 30.41M 0.0384 22.66 688.31M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:23:51 O 200 87.40 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
10/4/202412:40Learning Technologies Group PLC 2,981
19/12/201413:10Joanne Hart gives this small online company the Midas touch...-
10/2/201414:21LTG TECHNOLOGIES TO LEAP 100%?99
27/11/200617:33LTG charts and news34
01/5/200316:36LTG TECHOLOGIES share for 200225

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Posted at 14/4/2024 09:20 by Learning Technologies Daily Update
Learning Technologies Group Plc is listed in the Real Estate Agents & Mgrs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LTG. The last closing price for Learning Technologies was 86.30p.
Learning Technologies currently has 791,160,022 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Learning Technologies is £688,309,219.
Learning Technologies has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 22.66.
This morning LTG shares opened at 89.70p
Posted at 10/4/2024 12:40 by cyberian
Agree Toffee. I hope that the CEO can announce possible acquisitions in the pipe-line next Tuesday, and possibly an increase in a dividend. However, I would personally prefer further investment from liquid funds available to increase growth in revenues into 2025. I keep looking at Alassian Corp (code TEAM) in the US as an interested partner in LTG as their software products are truly global and heavily used by major Corporations. Cross selling of LTG software services could be substantial...just a thought. US inflation numbers out today show latter is still at a stubborn level but not really that unhelpful to LTG in trying to increase margins which seems to prevail more in the 2H.
Posted at 27/1/2024 10:09 by 12badger
The lack of any organic growth is deeply problematic. If the LTG proposition is truly compelling to clients, they should be winning market share. I get that the macro environment is not great, but neither is it terrible, particularly in the US. Given the scale of the addressable market and the CAGR of the digital education sector LTG should be doing much better. The management team are great at margin improvement, but I worry about the vision and how it’s communicated to clients. There should be amazing cross selling opportunities and the appeal of the wide capabilities of the group should be obvious. We need LTG to grow not just make small incremental gains in margin.
Posted at 26/1/2024 11:03 by hazl
'About GP Strategies
GP Strategies Corporation, part of Learning Technologies Group, is one of the world’s leading talent transformation providers. By delivering award-winning learning and development solutions, we help organisations transform through their people and achieve meaningful change. GP Strategies has delivered our innovative consulting, learning services and talent technology solutions to over 6,000 organisations globally. Learn more at gpstrategies.com.

About Learning Technologies Group
Learning Technologies Group is a leader in the high-growth workplace learning and talent industry. The Group offers end-to-end learning and talent management solutions ranging from strategic consultancy, through a range of content and platform solutions to analytical insights that help customers transform through their people.

LTG is listed on the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market (LTG.L) and headquartered in London. The Group has offices in Europe, the United States, Asia-Pacific and South America.

LTG’s businesses, including GP Strategies, Effective People, PRELOADED, Rustici Software, Watershed, Open LMS, Bridge, PeopleFluent, Affirmity and VectorVMS, are at the forefront of innovation and best-practice in the learning technology and talent management sectors, and have received numerous awards for their exceptional performance. Our portfolio of brands represents the best of breed and they are acknowledged throughout the industry as market leaders.

For more, visit ltgplc.com.

About the Fosway 9-Grid™
Fosway Group is Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst. The Fosway 9-Grid™ provides a unique assessment of the principal learning and talent supply options available to organisations in EMEA. The analysis is based on extensive independent research and insights from Fosway’s Corporate Research Network of over 150 organisations, including BP, HSBC, PwC, RBS, Sanofi, Shell and Vodafone.'

from ltgplc.com
Posted at 26/1/2024 09:42 by yump
Its not surprising if LTG isn’t very well known, although it must have been to reach its previous heights !

I’ve been watching this for a long time but haven’t bought. Firstly because the rating was daft but more importantly because I haven’t been able to work out exactly what they do.

Perhaps someone can describe it in non-corporate speak because their main website and several of the others are just full of keywords in long paragraphs.

I did see one reference to clients being helped with compliance by consultants.

Which leads me to think that its a consultancy (like eg PA). Except that the wordy descriptions are full of ‘online’ and ‘metrics’; and ‘digital’;, instead of the usual consultancy speak.

So would I be right in thinking thats what it is, but its being sold to clients from a tech / online / digital angle ?

Because I’ve employed consultancies and they cover everything that LTG do. They just don’t market themselves as digitally led or keep using the learning angle.

Also LTG appear to have grown quite a bit through acquisition, whereas the PA’s of this world have grown organically and most aren’t floated. They’ve just got loaded partners.

Is this anywhere near ?
Posted at 06/1/2024 16:42 by hazl
They state
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About Learning Technologies Group
Learning Technologies Group is a leader in the high-growth workplace learning and talent industry. The Group offers end-to-end learning and talent management solutions ranging from strategic consultancy, through a range of content and platform solutions to analytical insights that help customers transform through their people.

LTG is listed on the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market (LTG.L) and headquartered in London. The Group has offices in Europe, the United States, Asia-Pacific and South America.

LTG’s businesses, including GP Strategies, Effective People, PRELOADED, Rustici Software, Watershed, Open LMS, Bridge, PeopleFluent, Affirmity and VectorVMS, are at the forefront of innovation and best-practice in the learning technology and talent management sectors, and have received numerous awards for their exceptional performance. Our portfolio of brands represents the best of breed and they are acknowledged throughout the industry as market leaders.'

Since then we have had the acquisition
and disposed of non core assets.
Posted at 19/12/2023 10:03 by cyberian
Pity in some ways that there are very few posters here, but then I believe most know the background story and happy to continue to hold. There have been a few portfolio swaps at the same price and some delayed "o" trades showing as sells. Once the share price recovers above 80p I think that we will see more interest with a market update due in the 3rd week of January as is normal. Again I still believe that other US majors are looking at LTG and its business plans for rapid growth through 2025 at least. The CEO has previously stated that other parties have been talking to them so watch that space.
Posted at 16/12/2023 13:14 by cyberian
Broken my promise but sense a few investors here need to take some comfort on Goldman Sachs view that the US has turned the corner and as a result I think that we will see further news/action from LTG over the next few months. It is a bit of a climb to recover to the 100p plus as the fall was just part of general market uncertainty, and rather overdone. The share price probably needs a further bolt-on US acquisition to serve notice that growth is very much part of the management planning and development. Again any hint of a fall in the share price will encourage me to add before we reach 80p in the near term.
Posted at 14/12/2023 13:18 by cyberian
Hi Orange1. I suggest that you take a long hard look at their web site. Their market is a $100 billion so plenty of opportunities to grow and the US environment where they are very active is a big plus. Also I notice that Scottish Mortgage shares are on the rise as they have been strong in the Chinese market despite recent turmoil in the property sector. However, they have a lot of pre-IPO holdings and that will likely be unlocked with the mood change in the US and hopefully in the broader market. Our FTSE 250 is showing a big bounce as investors return to potential high growth opportunities. On LTG we may see some further positive interest as their recent set-back in share price value appears to have been well over done, but that is just my view and others may disagree.
Posted at 11/12/2023 13:48 by cyberian
Encouraging move today and hopefully a good run upwards before Christmas. Again Jonathan Satchell did indicate that the US company would see higher margins in 2H, and previously had stated that some other software houses had been showing some tentative interest in LTG, probably just inquisitive!? Happy to add a few more on any fall-back and even buy if the share price shows signs of stability at current levels and up to 75p. If the latter is approached then I will be more confident and we could easily see 100p yet again.
Posted at 07/12/2023 14:07 by cyberian
The current share price looks like all decent level to buy back in as Jonathan Satchells comments just the other day on the sensible small divestments was rather encouraging as we go into the end of the year results. The US acquisition appears to be improving their margins for the 2H as again indicated by Satchell at the 1H results notice. There are also a number of larger US quoted software houses that may be looking over an acquistion of LTG. I was thinking here of the likes of Atlassian (TEAM code)but there are quite a few other candidates. However, on pure fundamentals I now believe LTG is at a good level to buy or add. Roll on 2023 full results in early '24.
Learning Technologies share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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