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|Yes but it was IPPlus PLC then which was a bigger company. So you cant compare like with like.|
|Re: volume stats, the company has been around longer than Sept on the chart (name change 4th Oct 2016).|
|By far the highest volume ever today.|
|Secure Card payments, Data Protetion, Compliance, 24/7 Automated payment collection, Interactive voice response (IVR), CRM systems.
call Centre, SMS & Web Chat, omnichannel payments. etc.
These are big parts of the evolving way that business and commerce is moving away from traditional face to face transactions. And PCI-PAL's solutions are right at the heart of it all.
I shall be buying more of these.|
|Yes lack of the chattering classes is often a sign of an undervalued company.|
|Nice quiet board too. Another very good sign.|
|All the key board members buying stock today. Plus the CEO's wife.
How much more positive can it get.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Technical Officer
Chief Commercial Officer
Total purchase of 288,725 shares.|
|Look at the quality and size of the companies they are winning long term (multi-year) contracts with.
These three this month alone...
PCI-PAL is the preferred supplier from a market-wide review by one of the world's leading outsourcing providers of customer experience management with over 50,000 agents worldwide.
PCI-PAL has been selected following a competitive tender by a Fortune 500 global energy provider with a 25 Billion Euro turnover operating in 100 countries and with 160,000 employees,
PCI-PAL announces that it has been selected in a competitive tender by a world leader in the automotive repair market, replacing a legacy service provider. The customer has a Euro 3 Billion turnover, operates in over 30 countries and 5 continents, and has in excess of 25,000 employees worldwide.|
|...I'm getting very enthusiastic too.|
|The business seems to be achieving traction and the directors are enthusiastic.|
|Good revenue growth (74%), Complete client retention, stripping out cash and loan notes from the sale, on a low price to sales ratio. Starting from a low base as you say. It will be interesting to see if they can maintain/improve on the growth rates at the next update.|
|Judging from today's results it seems that from a low base the company is making good progress and prospects seem good.|
|Some strange delayed buys and sells today and yesterday. Big director buys. Shame hardly anyone knows about this share. Certainly under the radar|
|More director buys.|
|No significant dip in price when going XD, CEO and CTO buying shares, plenty of cash remain in bank, focused on a requirement in a vital sub-sector, 12 new contracts since financial year end (June) - what else could one ask for - perhaps a more snappy company name ?|
|Small director buys yesterday|
|No serious drop in the share price following the record date for the 3.16p dividend.|
|CFO seems to have a 8.69% holding in the company so his Dividend should mean he will have a nice Crimbo. And the CTO has 3.41%.
Peter Wildey is the largest shareholder at 18.4%. Does anyone have any information as to who he is?|
|And that should leave them with about 10p per share in cash. So we look forward to be informed about progress to focus "efforts and resources on the significant opportunities in secure payments presented by its PCI-PAL products and services, in which both the client base and transaction volumes have been growing."|
|From the last RNS we have: "the Board has therefore decided to pay a special dividend of GBP1,002,389.22 to shareholders on the PCI-PAL register as of 18 November 2016, equivalent to 3.16 pence per share"
So that is today for the Record Date. Not bad - a dividend of about 10% of share price - payable on 9th December. Every bit helps when paying for the families wish lists of Crimbo presents.|
|I presume unless any significant announcements pop-up in meantime then all will be quiet with this until Interims in Q1/17|
|Chancellor speech: launching the National Cyber Security Strategy
It’s a little known fact outside this hall that we Brits do more online shopping than any other nation. So it’s clear we have some world leading potential.|