Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Proactis Holdings LSE:PHD London Ordinary Share GB00B13GSS58 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.26% 192.00p 189.00p 195.00p 192.50p 192.00p 192.50p 16,338 08:15:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 25.4 -2.7 -5.9 - 178.39

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21/2/2018
20:26
Good luck gargleb. We already know this. hTtps://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/why-d-sell-60-slumping-130050542.html
p1nkfish
21/2/2018
10:40
I have jumped in here again, last in about 2 years ago if memory serves. Bad mistake to have exited back then! As Buffett says "the stockmarket is a means of transferring wealth from the impatient to the patient"! Live and learn! Good to see riv's name on the board - I am not copying you, honest (although that would be no bad thing)! Also good to see pinky still here. I like the story, the chart, and the fact that directors are nibbling away with purchases. Valuation looks good and net borrowings of only £1 mil. Just need to stick around this time!
gargleblaster
20/2/2018
16:29
That double top around 198-202 is the barrier, through that on even not such high volume and we're into the next leg.
p1nkfish
20/2/2018
16:27
Come inflation or deflation organisations want to pay less for more, do it more quickly, securely and efficiently. Meanehile vendors want a fair shot at goal via a marketplace. PHD offers all that at scale, globally and multi-currency. Forward!
p1nkfish
20/2/2018
11:49
Tipped here FYI post-update (not such a "small business" any more though): Https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/why-d-sell-60-slumping-130050542.html Conclusion: "With Proactis forecast to report a rise in its bottom line of 28% this year, followed by growth of 26% next year, it seems to be delivering on its potential. It trades on a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of just 0.4, which suggests that it could offer a significant upside. As such, while a relatively small business, it could be worth buying for the long run."
rivaldo
20/2/2018
09:41
traveltheworld, Your PER figures look a bit low. Here are my calculations. Based on current forecasts, consensus earnings for the year to July 2018 and 2019 are 11.4p and 14.5p. With a share price of 190p, that puts the PER on x 16.7 and x 13.1 respectively. Calculated on a on a rolling forward 12 month basis: 11.4p divided by 12 x 7 months = 6.65p 14.5p divided by 12 x 5 months = 6.04p = 12.69p 190p / 12.69 = 12 month forward PER x 14.97 H1 results on Tues 24th April will give us a better picture. One to tuck away unless the story changes IMHO.
eagle eye
20/2/2018
02:33
Based on today's closing price, for 2018 PHD is currently trading on a P/E of 12.2 and for 2019 on a P/E of 10. At Finncap's 250p target that would be 2018 P/E of 16 and 2019 P/E of 13.1. The sector average is 13.1, so the 250p price target looks about right. Any thoughts on this from anyone?
traveltheworld
19/2/2018
10:20
Great trading update while I was on hols last week. Not much to add to prior comments except that it's also good to see the £5m of post-acquisition cost synergies well on track. As well as the CEO's comments pointed out earlier, the outlook is terrific: "The rate and value of new customer wins and cross-selling activity has been strong in comparison with the prior year on a like for like basis and there was also a healthy contribution of new customer wins from Perfect. The Group's order book and pipeline remain encouraging for the remainder of the year." I can see Finncap's 250p target being met reasonably quickly once the market gets to grips with PHD's potential, recurring income etc.
rivaldo
18/2/2018
13:02
Possible new leg of an uptrend is in play. 198-200p a barrier. Once through that on volume it will probably run a while. Strategic Equity Capital gained exposure late in their last half year. I consider this interesting as their approach lines up with what I think sensible. Words in capitals are my emphasis. "Our strategy is to invest in publicly quoted companies that we believe will increase their value through strategic, operational or management change. We follow a practice of constructive corporate engagement and aim to work with management teams in order to enhance shareholder value. We seek to build a consensus with other stakeholders and prefer to work alongside like-minded co-investors as leaders, followers or supporters. We try to avoid confrontation with investee companies as we believe that there is strong evidence that overtly hostile activism generally produces poor returns for investors. We are long-term investors and typically aim to hold companies for the duration of rolling THREE-year investment plans that include an ENTRY and EXIT strategy and a clearly identified route to value creation. The duration of these plans can be shortened by transactional activity or lengthened by adverse economic conditions. Before investing we undertake an EXTENSIVE due diligence process, assessing market conditions, management and stakeholders. Our investments are underpinned by valuations which we derive using private equity based techniques. These include a focus on cash flows, the potential value of the company to trade or financial buyers and potentially beneficial changes in capital structure over the investment period. The typical investee company, at the time of initial investment, is too small to be eligible for inclusion in the FTSE 250 Index. We believe that smaller companies provide the greatest opportunity for our investment style as they are relatively under-researched, often have more limited resources, and frequently can be more attractively valued. We believe that this approach, if properly executed, has the potential to generate favourable risk-adjusted returns for shareholders over the long term."
p1nkfish
15/2/2018
08:15
Interesting volume (1.69M) yesterday with a fair amount of it reported after hours.
p1nkfish
14/2/2018
21:41
X-Hubwoo CEO is now at Zycu. Recent move. Https://www.zycus.com/press-releases/gregory-mark-joins-zycus-as-its-north-american-chief-customer-officer.html
p1nkfish
12/2/2018
14:01
Any fears about how well the integration with Perfect was going have been quashed. I'm hoping for some decent dividend growth now.
eclair
12/2/2018
12:17
Looks like a few institutions are topping up this morning. Three trades with an aggregate total of 856K shares have just gone through at 184.25p or higher.
eagle eye
12/2/2018
10:44
finnCap today retain 250p target price
mfhmfh
12/2/2018
08:13
PHD are presenting at the ShareSoc Growth Forum in London tomorrow evening.
pj0077
12/2/2018
08:05
All very positive with the only detraction being the impact of FX. Good to see positive comment on the accelerated payment facility. Maybe gaining traction at long last? H1 results due on Tuesday 24th April.
eagle eye
12/2/2018
07:58
Rare to see the word 'extremely' in a RNS:"We are extremely excited about the next six months and beyond. Not only are we confident in our continued ability to execute the integration effectively, but I believe there is a substantial value creation opportunity for the Group generally but, more specifically, within the supplier community of our customer base through both networking and our accelerated payment facility."
pj0077
12/2/2018
07:52
Trading update reads very well. Excellent. Supplier market will add fuel to the fire once fully up and running. Fy18 should be very interesting, target ebitda of £20M+ unless something come to upset the apple cart. Beautifully quiet message board too, what not to like.
p1nkfish
08/2/2018
14:01
Forget content rich, news of traction is better.
p1nkfish
08/2/2018
10:23
I agree, but I think the website is more content rich than in the past. There are plenty of brochures to download: Http://www.proactis.com/About-Us/Resources Also useful video links: Http://www.proactis.com/About-Us/Resources/Videos/PROACTIS-Customer-Success Proactis issued a trading update on 20th Feb last year, so news of H1 trading might not be too far away.
eagle eye
07/2/2018
21:59
Just a shame the newsflow has dried up. At least it used to give a peep under the hood at new signings. Earlier days there would be 3-4 or more interesting tid-bits on the website per month.
p1nkfish
07/2/2018
21:58
Just a shame the newsflow has dried up. At least it used to give a peep under the hood at new signings. Earlier days there would be 3-4 or more interesting tid-bits on the website per month.
p1nkfish
07/2/2018
09:15
PHD are a headline sponsor at the forthcoming key conference on eprocurement etc: Http://www.proactis.com/About-Us/News/2018/January/Headline-Sponsor-PROACTIS-to-present-Keynote "Headline Sponsor PROACTIS to present Keynote Sessions at eWorld PROACTIS underpins its ongoing support for the leading UK bi-annual event for procurement professionals PROACTIS has announced, as Headline Sponsor, that it will present keynote sessions at the eWorld Procurement & Supply Conference on 28 February, 2018 at QEII Conference Centre, Central London. The conference is aimed at providing a unique insight into the latest innovations and technologies for senior procurement, supply chain and finance executives. “Extracting savings and improving control from the most fragmented of spend” In this session, PROACTIS will explore the different types of tail-spend, such as misclassified items, low price-high frequency items, maverick spend, etc. The typical challenges faced when tackling tail-spend and the strategies and tools needed for extracting a range of tangible savings you can achieve will also be explored. “Delivering excellence through eProcurement technologies aligned to best practice” This session will include real-life scenarios across all major markets and distil how organisations are achieving the greatest value and the smoothest implementations. Learn how to get the most out of procurement processes such as supplier selection and accreditation, supplier relationship management (SRM), sourcing, contract management, purchase-to-pay (P2P), invoicing, and more. To register your place and find out more, visit eworld-procurement.com
rivaldo
02/2/2018
18:42
Yes melody and revenue reductions have slowed. Geeatly interested to see revenue trend reverse with the lower cost base.When? I have no idea but believe it will happen and not too far off. If PHD get the infrastructure in place and running well they can pull in other acquisitions and quickly take advantage of a multiplier effect of cross selling, reduced cost/duplication and increased customer base. Risk involved but the prize is massive to everyone involved.
p1nkfish
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