Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pci-Pal LSE:PCIP London Ordinary Share GB0009737155 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% 39.50p 38.00p 41.00p 39.50p 39.50p 39.50p 77,500 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1.9 -1.7 13.9 2.8 16.81

Pci-Pal Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/5/2018
10:17
hxxps://www.pcipal.com/en/knowledge-centre/press/pci-pal-shortlisted-for-comms-business-awards-2018/
peterc1970
27/4/2018
11:09
PCIP appears to be quite frisky today....with buyers in attendance! f
fillipe
18/4/2018
13:52
hxxps://www.pcipal.com/en/knowledge-centre/news/pci-pal-announced-as-cisco-solution-partner-for-emea-usa-canada/ CEO going to be at Mello Derby next week
peterc1970
19/3/2018
16:10
I think there are almost 2 different companies here. There is the company prior to AWS and the company post-AWS. Onboarding new clients should see huge uplift surely after the move to AWS and cloud-based service provision. From the release today: Our AWS platform was launched in October 2017 and took its first transactions in December 2017, meaning that the vast majority of the revenue reflected in this half year has been driven by our first-generation platform. Due to the technical architecture of the-first generation platform, we sometimes supply, low-margin, third party, customised Session Border Controller (SBC) equipment to the contact centres that allows them to connect to our solution. For example, in the first half of the previous financial year we supplied GBP178,000 of SBC equipment to one such client. The AWS platform does not require this sort of equipment to access our services. The one-off nature of the equipment sales has skewed our headline revenue performance which is only showing a 3% growth, strip out the effect of the equipment sales and underlying headline growth is 28%.
vanadiumx
19/3/2018
15:40
they say uk will be making a profit by the end of the year but the figures don't make sense to me costs have soared means turnover is going to have to go some to make breakeven
ntv
19/3/2018
15:24
got about a year to get to breakeven or it will run out of cash no forecasts about and management give nothing away just bounce a few figures around in the statement
ntv
19/3/2018
15:20
halved from the top now
ntv
19/3/2018
13:40
That's certainly my hope, but costs are increasing too, so I would like to see a company projection as to when revenue exceeds costs.
jonthetourist
19/3/2018
13:36
Now we are at the placing price of 45p!
vanadiumx
19/3/2018
13:04
Jon - with all the cloud infrastructure in place to onboard new clients efficiently and rapidly, and with GDPR being the hot topic right now, I am expecting the next few months to see PCI-Pal heading into profitable territory. All the stars seem to be aligned here for rapid scaling of this business. All current customers appear to be very happy and are even prepared to recommend the company to others (see PCI Pal's You Tube channel for first-hand evidence of this).
vanadiumx
19/3/2018
12:32
The key question is can they get to breakeven and profitability before the placing funds run out. I would like to see a cashflow projection from management.
jonthetourist
19/3/2018
09:30
100% retenion rates for customers is pretty impressive for any company pity they didn't treat small shareholders in the same way
ntv
15/3/2018
09:43
For the last year or longer until early January there has been a steady seller which seems to have kept the share price from moving too quickly. In early January, that changed and the share price took off. Given fund raise coming, that seller could have been a larger shareholder who was "taken inside" and known about the fund raise, which means you can't deal under the rules. No seller = price took off to unrealistic levels.
shoee62
15/3/2018
09:31
Yes I know theres different ways of looking at it. I was moving my acct over from Barcs to IG when the T.U. came out and was convinced i could sell in the low 50's and buy back when i'd moved the cash across so was actually quite miffed at the sharp move up. Thought i'd missed out here so the placing news suited me but recognise it would be viewed differently by those still holding when the placing rns hit.
bad gateway
15/3/2018
09:19
Another way of looking at it is that the market was manipulated upwards from its 55p base in January in order to get the rights away at 45p rather than the 40p it would have been otherwise. This, as always, came as a mixed blessing. Existing holders were diluted less. Newer shareholders (me amongst them, unfortunately) were royally shafted. C'est la vie.
horneblower
15/3/2018
08:57
by the way i din't chase it as i buy and hold or sell and short it was criminal how the market was manipulated
ntv
15/3/2018
08:31
Wouldn't argue with the above points but it was pi's momentum trading that bid this illiquid stock up so high after the placing warning. Perhaps they just couldn't get institutions to back them at that high level? Still seem to have a bright future just some patience before buying into the growth story was needed by investors back in Dec and that didn't happen. "I am extremely pleased with how the current financial year has started. The level of global enquiries we are receiving more than vindicates our strategy of focusing entirely on our PCI compliant contact centre payment solutions. As with any channel sales route to market, revenue momentum may take time to build, but once established we believe we will have access to a far greater market opportunity than that available from direct sales alone. "The level of enquiries looks set to accelerate demand for our services faster than anticipated and the Company is evaluating the resourcing levels that may be required to take full advantage of the commercial opportunities in a nascent but fast-growing international market."
bad gateway
15/3/2018
08:24
yes sending out very mixed messages
jon123
15/3/2018
08:21
in fact they returned £1m to shareholders so WTFWTP !!!
ntv
15/3/2018
08:14
they probably only needed a couple £m or less this year so why raise so much in one go! it was only few months previous they had given us a special dividend implying the business didn't need the extra cash in the balance when it actually did WTFDIKA
ntv
15/3/2018
08:11
Re: Finncap, yes a better broker. I think it is also about dropping N=1 Singer after the botched fund raise, a necessary step to restoring relations with investors.
shoee62
15/3/2018
07:48
To be fair to the co. they did announce in their 5th Dec update that with revenue momentum taking time to build a placing may be necessary to give them chance to take full advantage of the opportunities ahead of them. Market ignored that warning and bid the shares up anyway.
bad gateway
15/3/2018
07:39
company has lost credibility with a lot of small holders with the deeply discounted placing a pricing of which could have been announced much earlier IMHO a few smaller holders like me are left wondering why we bothered to invest why do new shareholders always have the the silver spoon surely it should be existing holders?
ntv
15/3/2018
07:24
...(Nomad not ned)
vanadiumx
15/3/2018
07:18
Is Finncap an upgrade as a NED from N+1 Singer?
vanadiumx
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