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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pebble Beach Systems Group Plc LSE:PEB London Ordinary Share GB0001482891 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 11.50 11.00 12.00 11.50 11.50 11.50 61,784 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 10.6 1.5 1.2 9.6 16

Pebble Beach Systems Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/6/2022
13:39
Bloomers are a customer.
p1nkfish
20/5/2022
07:25
Spidey senses tingling for some reason. Either Peb move on someone or they are moved upon? They fill a gap in the offerings of some others in the market. Bulk-up or sell-up?
p1nkfish
17/5/2022
20:28
News, 17/5/22, CNBC in mid-east. HTtps://www.pebble.tv/news/pebble-grows-market-share-in-middle-east-with-cnbc-arabia/
p1nkfish
05/5/2022
18:54
"I wonder if it's new hires or staff coming off Furlough?" I recall a previous trading update stating clearly that the company did not make use of furlough, and did not have any redundancies.
tom_mansfield
05/5/2022
18:46
Thanks p1nkfish, I've been at work all day and haven't had time to read the accounts properly yet.
arthur_lame_stocks
05/5/2022
18:23
There was a headcount increase.
p1nkfish
05/5/2022
18:05
I wonder if it's new hires or staff coming off Furlough?
arthur_lame_stocks
05/5/2022
08:29
If we close above 14p, it's a breakout in my book.
p1nkfish
05/5/2022
08:17
Nice one today from PEB. Tp of 20p is reiterated. f
fillipe
05/5/2022
07:55
They hired a lot - employee costs up £1.1m. You also have the non recurring transition to remote working of £244k in there.
gdjs100
05/5/2022
07:36
Do you know why admin costs went up so much?
arthur_lame_stocks
05/5/2022
07:16
Not far off - 1.4p EPS if you adjust out their £244k one off cost for transition to remote working model. I would have been happy for them to adjust this out, surprised they didn't.
gdjs100
04/5/2022
18:48
Based off numbers previously announced to the market, my calculation is for 1.34p adjusted EPS. The outlook statement is where my focus will be.
gdjs100
04/5/2022
18:36
Results tomorrow, what are people's predictions? I don't expect the second half to have been quite as good as the first so i'll go for eps of 1.7p a share.
arthur_lame_stocks
03/5/2022
14:06
Hardly any free stock around, very tight supply. I'm thinking it's ready to move on good news.
p1nkfish
03/5/2022
11:59
A steady ticking-up has now been going on for a couple of months. Small step-increases and I'm pleased with that and happy to be a holder. f
fillipe
03/5/2022
09:23
Interested to see how debt has come down and forward look. Through 14p and this could run. Market sentiment may weigh heavily though. Fingers crossed.
p1nkfish
22/4/2022
18:55
Decent volume today. Will it hold?
p1nkfish
22/4/2022
13:52
Bound to be some cost savings and more energised workforce - news today - Https://www.pebble.tv/news/pebble-wins-remote-team-of-the-year-award/
p1nkfish
22/4/2022
13:46
Some buying going through and price shifting. Wasn't expecting much until closer or after the results on 5th May. Interesting.
p1nkfish
22/4/2022
13:28
They have recurring revenue from support contracts. Have to wonder if they can add further features that could lead to a predictable ARR model outside of just support. Somewhere in the IP workflow, cloud etc there should be something that could be monetised on a subscription basis to avoid larger upfront costs to smaller customers? The remote working process is supposed to have led to near term cost increases that i think are out of the way now and then following that were cost savings that could show up soon. Anyway, imho, its looking reasonable and with a bit of care should head higher. DYOR etc.
p1nkfish
22/4/2022
13:02
So far this year their run-rate of debt repayment has been higher than historically the case. So £1M p.a debt repayment out of operating cashflows for 2018/9/20/21. The period Jan 22 - end March 22 it has been £400K approx pay down- a run-rate of £1.6M for the year if they keep it up. 60% increase. So - what does that say for the operating cashflows - a decent hint? This is with increased emphasis on product development too. Sounds stronger to me. "Pebble has systematically reduced its bank debt from £11.5 million at 31 December 2017 to £7.55 million at the end of 2021 and to £7.15 million as of today.  The reduction in bank debt has been made from operating cash flows at a rate of c.£1m per annum."
p1nkfish
22/4/2022
12:39
Another point, having lots of smaller customers can de-risk revenue and some will fly. Big customers are great but increase vulnerabiity to their whims and buying patterns and the sales cycle to larger implementations is longer - from lead to billing could be > 1yr. Smaller opportunities can turn on in weeks and much harder for a competitor to dislodge from many smaller users. Big customers are an immediate competitor target. Something similar to the OSPInsight approach within IQGEO. Someone at Pebble is engaging brain well. New website would be decent investment imho.
p1nkfish
22/4/2022
10:16
The freemium model makes a great deal of sense to reduce barriers to test/entry at the lower level, increase market breadth with users then biassed towards the freemium supplier when they jump in with both feet. Familiarity with Pebble Beach will increase, spread, and lead to greater opportunities. It also has the result of increasing registered sales leads with real interest in the market when they download the freemium version.
p1nkfish
21/4/2022
21:48
A period of growth is due with full AWS and this is new today to help attract those wanting to see what IP can offer before comitting and spending - freemium - Https://www.pebble.tv/control-free/ Press release - Https://www.pebble.tv/news/pebble-launches-freemium-version-of-pebble-control/ HTtps://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/PEBBLE-BEACH-SYSTEMS-GROU-4003598/news/Pebble-Beach-launches-Freemium-version-of-Control-40111123/
p1nkfish
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