Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Netcall Plc LSE:NET London Ordinary Share GB0000060532 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 85.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
81.00 85.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 27.15 0.99 0.66 129.5 127
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 85.50 GBX

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Netcall Daily Update: Netcall Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NET. The last closing price for Netcall was 85.50p.
Netcall Plc has a 4 week average price of 79p and a 12 week average price of 74p.
The 1 year high share price is 88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 43.50p.
There are currently 149,020,267 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 137,263 shares. The market capitalisation of Netcall Plc is £127,412,328.29.
lbo: https://moneyweek.com/investments/stocks-and-shares/share-tips(Investors' Chronicle) Netcall produces software to help firms manage their telephone and messaging platforms. Its transition to a cloud business should improve profitability in the long term, but the market has become frustrated because it has been expecting faster growth for a company that is trading on a price/earnings (p/e) ratio of 53. "The pandemic should have been the optimal environment for a digital transformation business." Sell. 80p
quazie12: Personally I am good with these results, highly profitable, net cash position, paying a divi, very cash generative (4p a share) and cloud strategy will pay off in terms of customer retention. Have felt the share price is ahead of itself but this is not a sell for me. Got in around 39p so relaxed
lbo: https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2021/10/07/this-penny-stock-has-doubled-in-a-year-am-i-too-late-to-buy/The company reported adjusted diluted EPS of 1.43p (up 47%). On that basis, the current Netcall share price gives us a P/E of 56. And that seems a bit high.Perhaps the push beyond penny stock status won't be here just yet. Still, if we should get another year like this one and another 47% EPS growth, the P/E would come down to 38. And for what I see as solid growth potential, that would start to look reasonable.But Netcall shares have had false starts several times over the past five years. And though the price has more than doubled over the past year, it's only about 5% higher than the peak it reached in 2018. Earnings in 2018 were higher than this year too, and took a dive by June 2019. Maybe there's more to this transition thing after all.I do think I'm seeing attractive growth potential here, and I suspect I'll lose out buy not buying. But the current valuation, coupled with the volatility in both earnings and share prices, means I don't see enough safety margin.
wjccghcc: Cannacord upgrade forecasts slightly and target price to 110p. They say ACV growth is at least 10% in the 3 months to September.
lbo: https://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-weds-6-oct-2021-look-net-mmh-880464/Netcall (LON:NET) - provides software solutions to customers with large, complex ecosystems in the financial services, healthcare, and public sectors. The trading momentum looks good and it could be that the group is approaching an inflection point, but the valuation looks full.
platts: Once again NET is challenging the resistance point over 77p. With this important news, perhaps this time the share price will finally break out moving to the 100p target.
spaceparallax: Doubtless NET would make an attractive acquisition for any large provider in the sector; that said, I'd expect a substantial enhancement of the current share price to achieve that. Less than GBP2ps would be a disappointment for me
metis20: Outlook · Strong current trading and healthy sales pipeline · Whilst mindful of the ongoing impact of the pandemic, the Board now believes that adjusted EBITDA for the full year will be ahead of its previous expectations hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/NET/half-year-report/14876121 hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/NET/investor-presentation/14876253
spaceparallax: Looking forward to the next TS, which given our business model should be positive. It would be good to see the Company launching a share buyback scheme to mop up the corrosive drip selling and thus lead to a more stable share price based upon the solid fundamentals. This policy has proved highly effective for another of my holdings MWE that similarly suffered the disproportionate impact of small sells on minnow stocks.
hastings: Good to see NET stirring! Thought I'd post part of my write up from (last month) which may be of interest to others. I caught up with Netcall CEO Henrik Bang yesterday, which although not the first time, was probably the most informative. Given NET's recent update to the market, it wasn't surprising to hear him sounding an upbeat tone, certainly more so than in previous conversations, so perhaps that bodes well for prospects here. Given the Covid issues Bang said that the company had functioned perfectly well as per its statement and given the nature of its business and operations it was very well placed to drive further annual contract value. Going on, he added that a number of existing customers had called on NET to assist with various issues within their businesses and operations during the recent months and with the company focusing on its low code offering, it is perfectly situated to the digital age and drivers to that. Bang pointed out that being operationally geared is a positive as the business is in a hot space and there has as a result, been a significant and more than expected increase in cash generation. The level of cash performance had surprised even the board and the CEO added that it had been driven by a number of factors that included its increasing customer base and partnerships. He said that when covid broke they assembled small operational teams that were tasked and focused on specific areas and this had proven very successful. As customers struggled with various pressures, Netcall was called upon to problem solve such as with NHS Dumfries and Galloway specifically around the covid virus. This saw the companies Liberty Converse contact centre system automatically placing a call between an advisor and patient to manage information regarding testing on covid results. Also for the NHS where it serves 75% of all UK trusts, they have developed a system titled patient Hub which optimises clinic performance and delivers a better patient experience. This, as part of the service will allow the likes of outpatients to spend time elsewhere rather than in a traditional waiting area before being notified that their appointment or consultation is ready. The University of Southampton NHS Trust estimated that it would save them up to £200k per year, but importantly, it provides for a powerfully fast and efficient notification as to whether a patient has accepted an appointment or is present. The company works with numerous businesses across many areas but the advent of covid has perhaps opened up the door for an increased adoption or upgrading from retailers who are now extending or transitioning to online services. Major UK bed retailer Dreams has very recently replaced its customer engagement platform with one single integrated solution that connects and manages the customer engagement and buying experience across all its service channels. And with its many customers NET's historical churn rate runs at just 5%, although Bang points out it is probably pushing a bit higher than that now as not surprisingly some customers in the leisure industry have had to depart. This however hasn't had an adverse effect as increased demand and adoption from elsewhere has more than compensated, hence the current strong performance. Some years back Netcall sat on a huge cash pile and was an extremely good dividend payer, until it chose to purchase Matsoft in the low code space. Some commentators questioned the logic behind that and in recent years NET has been sitting on a net debt position. However, that acquisition is now seemingly coming into its own and with the last earn out payment concluded, cash is on the increase again and should ramp up in the next few years. Bang ponders what they will do with that money as it increases and whilst further acquisitions could figure, so too could dividends along with continued investment into the business. The shares are a long way off from FinnCap's 90p target and there is another note from Canaccord which although more restrained at 57p, is still some distance off the current price. As I have mentioned before NET isn't overly exciting, but for me its a sleep easy stock that does little for weeks then spikes either way, which provides for an entry/add or taking profit depending on your particular timescale. I feel that given the progress and current suitable climate the company will continue to be in demand and it is worth noting that overall the business is very sticky and enjoys considerable recurring revenue.
Netcall share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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