Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sanderson Group LSE:SND London Ordinary Share GB00B04X1Q77 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -2.86% 85.00p 62,983 13:47:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
83.00p 87.00p 87.50p 85.00p 87.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 21.56 2.71 5.20 16.3 51.0

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Sanderson Daily Update: Sanderson Group is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SND. The last closing price for Sanderson was 87.50p.
Sanderson Group has a 4 week average price of 85p and a 12 week average price of 85p.
The 1 year high share price is 115.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 62.50p.
There are currently 59,972,484 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,459 shares. The market capitalisation of Sanderson Group is £50,976,611.40.
rivaldo: Good to see the share price pushing on again - less than 2 weeks until the results now.
rivaldo: Nice distinction apeman :o)) And good to see Graham Neary at Stockopedia is keen on SND: Https:// "Sanderson (LON:SND) •Share price: 93.5p (+6%) •No. of shares: 60 million •Market cap: £56 million Pre-close trading update This is a software company providing industry-specific solutions to a range of sectors. Checking my prior notes, I last covered Sanderson when it made a large (£12 million) acquisition late last year. At the time, I had a positive impression of prospects. Customer concentration was material but perhaps at an acceptable level - the biggest customer accounted for 12% of sales. Today's update is nice. Key points: •The acquired business has "made a good start" •Trading results are "slightly ahead of management's expectations with revenue and profit growing by over 30%". Helpfully, Sanderson also reports comparable "like-for-like" growth rates, excluding the acquisition. Organic sales are about flat, up from £10.9 to £11 million. Like-for-like operating profit is up 10% (efficiency gains) and the like-for-like order book is up 15%. I'll refrain from any further analysis until we get more detailed results (due on 23 May), but for now I maintain my positive impression of the company and would suggest that it is worthy of additional research. The StockRank is a mighty 97."
rivaldo: Simonsaid1, I'm not a holder, but it seems to me that though SND is a quality company there are a number of good reasons from today's interims for the share price to drift from here for a while: - the H2 weighting means that there's (as always) work to do to meet expectations - H1 operating profit and EPS are barely at all above last year's numbers, weighed down by investment and roll-out costs - the order book is 14% down on this time last year - sales order intake is 4% down on this time last year - sales cycles are becoming more protracted/delayed - the CFO is leaving with no explanation given An acquisition may provide the necessary stimulus, but no-one should buy a share on such a speculative basis until it actually happens.
hyperboreus: Share price showing a bit of strength of late and fairly recent news such as this can only help: Http://
investorschampion: Full year results in line with the pre-close trading update. With lots of recurring revenue offering decent visibility the business looks in great shape. The share price has staged only a modest recovery since the post Brexit sell-off and the valuation looks interesting at current levels, underpinned with net cash and lots of delightful recurring revenue.
investorschampion: The sharp sell-off in the share price post Brexit is a bit of a mystery,perhaps ‘the market’ was concerned about the Group’s exposure to the under-pressure UK retail sector! Sanderson has a robust balance sheet with net cash of £4.3m, is highly cash generative and has lots of delightful reliable recurring revenue, what more can one ask for!
hyperboreus: Excellent trading update making a mockery of the recent weakness in share price in my opinion. Http://
jbarcroftr: Share price seems to be in full retreat Anybody know why?
paleje: Investors Champion issued a note this afternoon, there's a link at the bottom to full article. Overall it seems like a good acquisition which is difficult to value on numbers and from the outside, but as alter ego says above, give management some credit. Sanderson Group PLC Acquisition strengthens position in mobile e-commerce Sector Software & Computer Services Market Cap £25m Share price 55p Market AIM EPIC SND Activity Provider of software solutions and IT services primarily to the multi-channel retail and manufacturing sectors. Summary The software and IT services group specialising in multi-channel retail and manufacturing markets has announced the acquisition of One iota Limited, a leading provider of cloud-based multi-channel retail solutions, for a maximum aggregate consideration of £5.43m. The acquisition further strengthens the Group's position in the rapidly expanding mobile enabled ecommerce and online sales markets. In order to strengthen its balance sheet and support future acquisitions the Group is also raising £3.50m at a price of 55 pence per share via an institutional placing.
stegrego: Sanderson Group - Disposal & Trading Update. Reiterate 'Buy' at 33p. Target Price 55p. Key Data EPIC SND Share Price 33p Spread 31p - 35p Total no of Shares 43,525,946 Market Cap £11.3 million NMS 2,000 12 Month Range 25p - 39.65p Market AIM Website Sector Software & Computer Services Contact Christopher Winn (Chairman) 02476 555 466 Sanderson Group has sold its business specialising in electronic point of sale solutions to major high street retailers (Sanderson RBS Ltd) for £11.5 million in cash, with a further £0.15 million payable unconditionally on 6th April and a further £0.1 million payable dependent upon receipt of specific customer payments. The move transforms the company's balance sheet - leaving a positive net cash balance of approximately £4 million - and positions the company strongly to growth both organically, through investment in new products and services, and acquisitively as opportunities arise in the current challenging economic environment. Despite this environment, Sanderson maintains positive trading momentum - which now looks even more unreflected in the share price. We reiterate a stance of buy. The RBS business generated an operating profit of £1.41 million in the year ending 30th September 2011, with net assets at that period end of £3.56 million. Considering the clear headwinds facing high street retailers and that Sanderson noted in its November results announcement that it was seeing "more challenging trading conditions on the high street", the price looks a decent one - particularly with the deal providing the balance sheet ammunition for the company to invest in higher growth areas and the valuation implications it has for the continuing operations. Recent new business wins have particularly come from companies operating in the catalogue and online sales, ecommerce and wholesale distribution areas - and Sanderson is to now place special emphasis on the further enhancement of its online sales and ecommerce solutions. As such, and with order intake in the (remaining) manufacturing and multi-channel businesses at the end of the company's first quarter (to 31st December 2011) almost 10% ahead of the comparative period of the previous financial year, the strategy is to now "enhance the group's presence in its core markets of multi-channel retail and manufacturing". In terms of valuation implications, we lower our current year revenue forecast from a previous £27 million to £15.25 million and earnings per share by a slightly lower percentage, from 6.7p to 4.0p. We then see earnings per share rising to 4.5p next year as the company benefits from its streamlined focus on the higher growth areas of its business. At 30th September 2011 Sanderson had net debt of £6.72 million and thus, at the current 33p share price, the Enterprise Value would have been £21.1 million. The company has now sold off 40% of its current year anticipated earnings and less than 20% of its 30th September 2011 stated net assets for more than £11.5 million - with that sold off the part of the business which looked to have the least attractive growth profile and returning the company to a net cash position, which is seen as a significant positive in current markets. As such, the prospective earnings multiples of 8.3 this year, falling to 7.3 next (6, falling to 5.3 on an ex-cash basis) look much too low. Given the company's growth prospects and demonstrable cash generation, we consider a rating of 10x forward earnings + net cash comfortably justifiable. This suggests a target price of 55p and, given the disparity between this and the current share price, we reiterate our stance of buy. GECR
Sanderson share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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