Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Microgen Plc LSE:MCGN London Ordinary Share GB00BVVHWX30 ORD 6 3/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.50p +0.55% 457.50p 450.00p 465.00p 457.50p 455.00p 455.00p 5,037 09:17:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 43.0 7.9 10.6 43.2 278.20

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/11/2017
14:50
wish I had the money to buy 800k....
malcontent
27/11/2017
14:50
Fib retrace bounce - MM played & guided this well - 550 next trgt
luckymouse
27/11/2017
10:45
whats going on here then ???
tudes100
27/11/2017
08:24
Not sure where that trade came from but its given the price a kick up.
shauney2
24/11/2017
22:46
800k shares bought today at 4.50 !!wow That's a chunk ! Someone in the know
2bluelynn
19/10/2017
14:53
But why would you do it B & B comes to mind or top slicing to pay out redemption's or dividends What else could apply
acamas
18/10/2017
10:41
It seems they bought back the amount they sold last week.
shauney2
18/10/2017
10:20
RNS - Old Mutual increasing.
djbilywiz
15/9/2017
04:47
4 RNS, 1 for Old Mutual increasing and 3 more for Kestrel decreasing (twice) and patrick ... once. That's the reason for the drop.
fluid36
14/9/2017
08:20
I'm know, it's all so ridiculous! Have to stay focused on the longer term!
djbilywiz
14/9/2017
06:43
I see in the papers lots of tech stocks got hit due to the launch of the new iPhone !
2bluelynn
13/9/2017
18:50
There is another holdings RNS out with someone reducing. Not sure this is the reason for the price decline though. A few few small caps have be hit today, so I suspect it's a general market decline. All IMO of course!
djbilywiz
13/9/2017
18:23
Why the BIG drop today any clues
2bluelynn
12/9/2017
08:20
RNS - Old Mutual increasing.
djbilywiz
31/8/2017
15:57
Businesswire Aug. 31, 2017, 04:00 AM Aptitude Software (Microgen plc) Acquires RevStream, Pioneering Enterprise Revenue Lifecycle Management Company, to Form the Global Market Leader in Revenue Recognition and Management hTtp://tinyurl.com/y8oubsoz Aptitude Software (Microgen plc), the fastest-rising financial software specialist, today announced the acquisition of RevStream, the market innovator in revenue accounting and management. Aptitude will add RevStream, the cloud-based, enterprise-grade ASC 606 and IFRS 15 revenue recognition solution to its portfolio of record-to-report specialist finance applications. The acquisition provides CFO’s with a partner that can address their many strategies and ambitions in an era when back-office ERP systems don’t support changing business models and the aspirations of financial executives. Over the last fifteen years, the monumental shift to new high-volume business models and forceful changes to accounting rules have impeded CFO’s who want to go beyond the traditional accounting role and deliver rapid, forward-looking information and insight into their businesses. Recent research reports show that CFO’s in all industries are affected. For example, the FSN Future of Finance Function Survey (2016 & 2017) found that 52% of finance teams spend too much time on manual transaction processing and 70% of organizations are yet to make headway in gaining ownership and control of all the data they need for effective business partnering. Accounting for a high-volume of complex products makes delivering financial transparency a weighty burden on finance teams who work nights and weekends to just deliver statutory reporting to stakeholders such as regulators, CEO’s and investors. Added to finance’s workload are new forceful accounting requirements brought on by the Enron scandal and 2008 financial crisis that have changed how companies must account for revenue, financial products and leases. In the case of revenue recognition, public companies must adopt new revenue recognition policies by 1 January 2018 – a change that has been described by one former CFO as the biggest change to accounting in over twenty years. Private companies must adopt these same accounting policies by the beginning of 2019. Unfortunately, with only months to go, only 13% of companies are more than 75% complete in the implementation of the new standard, as per a July 2017 survey from PWC. This means that over the next five years, In lieu of solutions such as those offered by Aptitude Software and RevStream, companies will face: Hugely increased manual workloads to deliver statutory reporting to regulators, investors and management Costly audits and potential litigation for companies that can’t provide evidence of compliance Reduced investment for those that can’t show comparability of earnings to new industry standards Since 2015 financial software specialist Aptitude Software has taken a leadership role in enabling telecommunications operators to address IFRS 15 and ASC 606 revenue recognition requirements. The company’s customer roster includes three of the four largest North American telco’s amongst numerous other leading global operators. When including RevStream, the combined company accounts for almost $1 trillion in revenue. The acquisition of RevStream extends Aptitude’s leadership in revenue recognition and adds to its North American presence (where 50% of Aptitude’s existing H1 2017 revenues derive). Importantly, the move gives Aptitude reach into technology, media and other sectors beyond its traditional footprint in financial services, insurance and telecoms. The RevStream acquisition extends Aptitude winning product portfolio which includes solutions spanning compliance (i.e. IFRS 9, 15, 16 and 17), operational accounting, enterprise revenue lifecycle management, financial data integration and financial calculations. The portfolio provides CFO’s with a clear path to enhance financial control, automation and insight. "Aptitude’s success has traditional come from our ability to help CFO’s rapidly process a very high volume of complex, business event-driven transactions and calculations” says Tom Crawford, Aptitude CEO. "With RevStream, we can offer a broader operational finance cloud platform for revenue management to mid- and large-sized companies at a time when new solutions are so desperately needed.” About Aptitude Software Aptitude Software delivers specialist financial applications to equip Chief Financial Officers (and the finance function) to fulfill their strategies and ambitions. Our software helps finance to supercharge control, reporting and analysis processes. What's the secret sauce? Well, we're finance experts who develop finance-centric solutions to control and automate complex accounting processes. This enables our customers to free time from traditional accounting roles and inject rich data & insights into their businesses. We deliver critical finance functionality to many of the world's biggest, most competitive companies. Aptitude Software is a Microgen plc company (LSE: MCGN).
shauney2
31/8/2017
08:42
Yes, very good news. MCGN has been a great investment for me and the growth looks set to continue.
djbilywiz
31/8/2017
07:28
Seems to be a very good use of there cash by increasing their recurring revenues. A great fit with Aptitude and there growing presence in North America.Earnings enhancing in 2018.
shauney2
31/8/2017
07:22
Acquisition of RevStream Microgen plc ('Microgen') is pleased to announce the acquisition of RevStream Inc. ('RevStream'), a California-based provider of revenue management enterprise software. The acquisition broadens and complements the specialist capabilities within Microgen's Aptitude Software business ('Aptitude') and provides access to RevStream's growing client base in the technology sector. RevStream will be integrated into Aptitude which already has an established office in Boston and a strong North American presence with over 50% of H1 2017 Aptitude revenues generated in the US and Canada. Since 2015 Aptitude has established a market leading position in the telecommunications sector with the Aptitude Revenue Recognition Engine ('ARRE'), an application which enables organisations to address the requirements of IFRS 15 and ASC 606. ARRE has established this strong position as a result of its capability to process very rapidly a very high volume of complex, business event-driven transactions and calculations. The acquisition of RevStream enables Aptitude to offer broader revenue management functionality which augments the specialised capabilities of ARRE. RevStream's growing client base, primarily focussed on the technology sector, complements Aptitude's strong presence within the financial services, insurance and telecommunications sectors and provides cross-selling opportunities for both organisations' products. In addition, RevStream's existing cloud capabilities will be leveraged across Aptitude's new applications where cloud deployment is appropriate.
shauney2
14/8/2017
11:16
Looking very firm here.Noticed some large sells last week and the price hardly budged.
shauney2
04/8/2017
09:28
Holdings RNS. Old Mutual increased again recently, now above 11.5%.
djbilywiz
24/7/2017
08:47
Solid results as expected.
djbilywiz
21/7/2017
06:39
Didn't invest here but it was a share I had on my watch list. Well done all long term holders. Reap your rewards.
leadersoffice
20/7/2017
01:58
Last two trades 19 July have a 20p spread. Very strong price considering the large sell trade mid afternoon. Looking forward to the numbers next week.
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