Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Osirium Tech LSE:OSI London Ordinary Share GB00BZ58DH10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 159.00p 155.00p 163.00p 159.00p 159.00p 159.00p 10,217 07:43:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.5 -1.8 -13.0 - 16.53

Osirium Tech Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2017
10:47
Not such a big deal, but as a vote of confidence in the product, I’m sure OSI will benefit from the increasing profile that its products provide, cyber security not to be taken lightly, the only caveat is there are numerous businesses offering a variety of alternatives, it’s finding a useful niche and pursuing that agenda, PAM seems an interesting product providing a meaniningful service. Hope this will blossom and continue to thrive!
bookbroker
12/10/2017
08:20
Osirium Technologies plc (AIM: OSI.L), a UK headquartered cyber-security SaaS provider, is pleased to announce that two tier 1 customers, a leading telecommunications group and global aerospace & defence company have renewed their contracts for 12 months and 24 months respectively. � Under the terms of these contracts, Osirium will deliver its full PxM product offering of Privileged Account Management, Privileged Task Management and Privileged Session Management modules and associated consultancy services.� � David Guyatt, Chief Executive Officer, commented: "We are delighted that these two global businesses across two different vertical sectors continue to value our partnership by renewing their contracts.� This provides further validation of our simple to use and easy to deploy PxM technology and its ability to be installed quickly and scale across international businesses to assist them in cyber-security protection.� The Group looks forward to continuing to work closely with these two customers for many more years to come."
shambaby
11/10/2017
08:25
Certainly a business to take an interest in, every company particularly financial should be tightening up their processes!
bookbroker
04/10/2017
12:39
Agree, this is going to be legendary
shambaby
04/10/2017
12:04
Young company making big waves, reach for your surfboards, this is going to race baby!
bookbroker
26/9/2017
11:09
I didn't feel the results were awful; the sales growth is impressive (albeit from a low base)and I think the loss is distorted due to investment in sales and marketing post IPO. I doubt this level of investment in S&M will be sustained, so cash burn will actually be lower than in H1. I would expect sales to grow at same rate as the new distributors gain traction. Bear in mind with SaaS, cost of goods sold is negligible, so GP is very high. I would expect (hope) the management are planning for positive cash flow well before cash runs out. FYI, I have nothing to do with this company, other than being a small shareholder.
kipper1960
25/9/2017
08:45
awful looking results cash running out, at current loss rate of £1m loss every six months As at 30 June 2017, the Group had cash balances of GBP2,015,948 (2016: GBP4,518,173). Looks like it will run out of cash by next June 9 months life expectancy
middlesboroughfc
09/8/2017
12:37
It appears that the tide is turning, held on to a few, we'll see!
bookbroker
26/5/2017
09:35
Another error on my part buying in here recently, still not quite sure whether their product is useful or not, looks pretty basic but they seemed pretty good at trumpeting it, and the prescence of ex. RSA man Lee gave me confidence, but then did he not get booted!
bookbroker
19/5/2017
09:22
How this co. was valued at £2 on its IPO is beyond me, jam, jam and more jam, but they are gaining a little traction, need to control their costs, BOD. seem the usual frivolous bunch that are associated with AIM!
bookbroker
17/5/2017
09:00
Joined you guys
ggbarabajagal
16/5/2017
14:49
Can be handy for short term timing sometimes for traders, but not needed so much if you're an investor and holding for the longer term.
x54v
16/5/2017
14:37
Thanks for that, been meaning to try and learn a bit more about level II and how I could put it to use. I remember many years ago seeing MM trades listed as MM in the trades data, but don't see this any more.
turbocharge
16/5/2017
14:24
He's not talking about trades TurboCharge. It's the MM setup on Level 2 which is currently 2v1. 2 MMs on the bid at 100, then 1 on the ask at 105. The next ones on the ask are at 108 and then 110.
x54v
16/5/2017
14:19
opodio, where can one see the MM trades? All I can see are the following trades for today 12:39:14 103.40 1,145 O 100.00 105.0000 Buy 12:31:46 103.40 1,934 O 100.00 105.0000 Buy 09:58:48 103.40 5 O 100.00 105.0000 Buy 09:22:21 105.00 1,400 O 100.00 105.0000 Buy 09:02:12 102.90 3,000 O 100.00 105.0000 Buy 08:53:19 102.90 2,125 O 100.00 105.0000 Buy 08:46:25 102.90 1,943 O 100.00 105.0000 Buy
turbocharge
16/5/2017
12:53
buys coming in, last MM at 105p then 108p and 110p
opodio
16/5/2017
09:13
Looks interesting must say...recent cyber attacks should help this pure play company but track record not good so far.Could be on the turn though
nurdin
16/5/2017
09:12
Strip out the cash - and ev about £8 million - However cash burn very high both on opex and capitalisation of R&D so cash balance - if burn continues at same rate - could erode quickly unless sales revenue ramps up very significantly (imo) opodio;> followed you from the ECSR board - but not sure I like what I see so on the side for now,
pugugly
15/5/2017
14:06
Good to go now
opodio
04/5/2017
18:59
Good entry point, may fall a wee bit more, but signing of new contracts early in year should generate a fair bit more revenue, and costs incurred in ramping up sales force should abate.
bookbroker
03/5/2017
10:55
hxxps://www.research-tree.com/blogs/news/osirium-technologies-shares-fall-as-operating-losses-increase
lampran
03/5/2017
10:44
-- Operating loss of GBP1,822,497 (2015: GBP847,138), primarily reflecting increased investment in sales and marketing and additional headcount in the R&D and Customer Support teams Took four months to count the losses
larva
03/5/2017
10:43
gloing to 80p
larva
06/1/2017
07:34
It's not a disaster, but the usual PR advice to put the bad news at the end. You always know its coming when you read a rehearsal of previous announcements in the first paras.
18bt
06/1/2017
07:28
Omg profit warning buried in the waffle today
larva
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