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OSI Osirium Technologies Plc

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01 Dec 2023 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Osirium Technologies Plc LSE:OSI London Ordinary Share GB00BZ58DH10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.20 0.00 00:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.20 GBX

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15/9/202322:30The serious business of cybersecurity 1,585
16/10/200914:50Origo Sino-India19

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Posted at 30/8/2023 11:39 by kemche
David Gruen - 09 Sep 2022 - 13:49:24 - 1254 of 1571 The serious business of cybersecurity - OSI

Well something has to take this beyond 30p in a very timely manner.....

My money is still on McAfee.
Posted at 24/8/2023 17:33 by henrycns
Usual story here. Rise in anticipation of good results, deliver good results, price spikes, then crashes with placing shares. Rinse and repeat.
Posted at 18/8/2023 17:08 by denholm elliott
33 trade. Dropping price to load up.
Posted at 18/7/2023 06:49 by tomboyb
Yes cash required -

Lets see at what price -
Posted at 13/6/2023 18:53 by denholm elliott
Kemche is well known for finding undervalued gems like OSI. If he’s in, I’m in.
Posted at 29/3/2023 04:59 by markinvestor

Continued momentum; positive outlook
Finals from Osirium Technologies plc (OSI.L), the leading vendor of cloud-based cybersecurity and IT automation software, were in line with January’s pre-close and somewhat ahead of previously upgraded forecasts. There was encouraging progress on all KPIs (bookings, annualised recurring revenue (ARR), average contract value (ACV), customers wins and renewals) and existing customers are expanding their usage of Osirium’s product set. Cash at year end of £1.2m (ACLe: £1.1m), reduced to £0.7m at the end of February but we anticipate an R&D tax credit (£0.6m) and Osirium has also completed a significant cost reduction programme (c. £1m p.a.). FY23 has started well with management reporting continued momentum in bookings and new customer wins. Osirium’s ‘land and expand’ and ‘partner-first’ strategies are both delivering and demand for its cybersecurity software remains robust with many cyber insurance policies now requiring privileged access security. Forecasts remain unchanged.
– Financial performance: Total bookings +86% at £3.0m (ACLe: £2.8m) as the company secured more customers (+46% to 150), increased average initial contract values (+93%) and high customer renewal rates (96%). Annual recurring revenue (ARR) +28% to £1.9m and total recognised revenue +31% to £1.9m. Deferred revenue £2.7m (FY21: £1.6m). Adj. EBITDA loss flat at £1.5m (ACLe: £1.3m) with some spending normalising and investment in sales and marketing offsetting the increase in revenue. The £1m p.a. cost reduction programme was completed in January. Cash of £1.2m (ACLe: £1.1m) following two raises in FY22 fell to £0.7m at the end of February but we anticipate a £0.6m R&D tax credit.
–Operational performance: Increased subscriptions for PPA (privileged process automation) and PEM (privileged endpoint management) to both existing PAM (privileged access management) customers but also sales to new customers. Wins spanned multiple new sectors and geographies, including the first US contract, the most developed PAM market. Many of these customers were secured via channel partners. >70% of customers increased the range of services taken or licence count during FY22. 10% of customers have more than one Osirium product and some, such as TalkTalk, take all three. This demonstrates the success of its ‘land and expand’ and ‘partner-first’ strategies.
– Outlook: Bookings and pipeline growth momentum has continued in FY23 and customer purchasing patterns are normalising post the pandemic and demand. Key target markets continue to be healthcare, higher education and financial services plus new areas such as food manufacturing. As knowledge of privileged security is maturing, sales cycles are reducing and privileged access security is becoming a key cyber insurance requirement, driving demand. Osirium can differentiate itself by its speed of deployment and price point and is winning in competitive situations. Forecasts unchanged.
Posted at 05/1/2023 14:21 by valuetracker
Don't buy at 20p again (Chesty1), buy now and sell at 20p.

Don't miss the bags...

Osirium Technologies PLC (AIM:OSI) surged 27% on Thursday, bringing five-day gains for the IT security services group above 50%.
The rally follows a major shake up on the board of directors, including the promotion of Stuart McGregor from sales director to chief executive officer.
OSI shares are now changing hands at 4.26p with a £5.2mln market capitalisation.

Stuart has over 20 years in the IT industry with a breadth of experience in leading direct and channel sales teams of SaaS and on premise solutions into mid-market and enterprises across EMEA. Most recently he was Sales Director for Privileged Access Management vendor, Bomgar, where he established an EMEA operation and led the UK and Northern Europe sales teams. Stuart saw local revenues grow by over 600% and sales operations created in UK, Netherlands, Germany and France.

Stuart was also a member of Bomgar ’s Global Leadership team and managed the integration of sales operations of the acquired Lieberman, Avecto and BeyondTrust businesses. Stuart has also held successful sales and consulting management positions at EMC, UK start-up software company Thunderhead, BroadVision and Oracle.
Posted at 08/2/2022 17:01 by hedgehog 100
If you think that OSI is overvalued, it follows that CCS is overvalued by multiples more ... so why aren't you warning people about CCS?

The CCS v. OSI full year results look quite comparable ... but for CCS shares you're paying nearly nine times as much -

27/04/2021 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Crossword Cybersecurity PLC 2020 Annual Results; AGM Notice; Board Changes LSE:CCS Crossword Cybersecurity Plc
"... Delivered 25% revenue growth to GBP1.6m, despite the toughest economy in recent memory. ...
Loss of GBP2.3m and GBP1.0m closing cash. ..."

11/06/2021 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Final Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc
"... Total recognised revenue increased by 22% to GBP1.43 million ...
Reduced operating loss of GBP2.88 million ...
... Cash balances at 31 December 2020 of GBP1.48 million ..."

Current CCS s.p.: 34.5p, market cap. £25.86M.

Current OSI s.p.: 10p, market cap. £2.94M.

Comparing OSI to other cybersecurity companies really highlights OSI's relative attractions.

You are full b.s. Megasonic: a nasty, mentally ill p---k, projecting your own self-hatred onto an innocent target because you are such a frustrated loser.

Why not tell us what your username was prior to Megasonic, so we can check out the disastrous calls you are hiding -

Member since: 29 Mar 2017"
Posted at 08/2/2022 16:47 by megasonic
On to more constructive and OSI-relevant topics ...===Despite hoggie's ramptastic ravings, OSI MCap deserves to be sub-£3m. The company is carrying huge losses and significant debt. It is running low on cash and operating on a loss. The current MCap reflects all this. Mr Market never lies.===As for share price movement from this level, well that depends on what the Board does next. Will the Board pursue a share pool diluting Placing or might they be able to secure funding elsewhere? There is no confirmation of funding plans as yet. There has been much chatter on BBs about a takeover, but takeover talk is all speculation at the moment. OSI's share price will likely remain in the 9-11p region until there is an update on funding. If there is a share pool diluting fund raise then we have not yet seen the bottom of the share price decline. If the Board pulls off something else - for example debt financing through bonds - then that may stabilise the share price. And if indeed there were a takeover then that could positively impact share price. I would add the caveat that any takeover bid would take into consideration the significant debts OSI is carrying and this in turn may dampen a positive share price move.
Posted at 04/2/2022 13:01 by megasonic
I had previously anticipated a drop to the 10p level. Quite astounding OSI has now fallen below that 10p mark - and that before any potential fund raise has taken place. OSI is now valued below £3m which, given its weak balance sheet and losses that are double its annual revenue, is exactly where the company deserves to be IMO.===I take no satisfaction from being proved right here. There will be many investors who are significantly underwater and that is a huge shame, especially as OSI's problems were foreseeable and could have been remedied. Ramping con-artists like hedgehog have much to answer for as they have attempted to pull less informed investors into OSI in order to shore up their own poor investment choice.===If indeed there is to be a Placing, it will be interesting to see how OSI and Allenby go about it at this level. I would expect a flurry of news about new contract wins to try to push the share price higher prior to any fund raise. In the past such news would lack any information on contract values, no reason to expect any different now. The challenge OSI will face now is buys will now be sold into meaning the share price may not move as they might hope. And, as ever, it is the existing shareholders who suffer the consequences of an incompetent Board.
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