Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scisys LSE:SSY London Ordinary Share GB0001520757 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.28% 181.00p 178.00p 184.00p 181.00p 180.50p 180.50p 37,870 09:58:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 57.2 3.9 11.5 15.7 53.35

Scisys Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2018
13:28
Agree, and SSY with it's German branch can still be involved with the Galileo (European satellite system).
mfhmfh
21/5/2018
13:06
UK government talking about going it alone on a GPS system for defence reasons could help SSY.
slopsjon2
18/5/2018
12:04
Fairly orderly rise atm
yump
10/5/2018
19:02
One of IC's tips of the week - article headed as 'Scisys ready for lift-off': very positive article: PEG of 0.9 with forward PE ratio of 12 - 50% discount to FDM and KNOS. GLA.
mfhmfh
09/5/2018
17:46
just about new highs approaching. looking for 190p short to medium term. GLA.
mfhmfh
04/5/2018
20:12
Bought into this today. Hoping to double, perhaps see a bid.
mallorca 9
23/4/2018
10:49
Shares Magazine said the following last week: If the rating moves up to 14 times over the next year SSY could trade at 190p based on forecast earnings for 2019. Many other UK quoted software businesses trade on a 25-30 times multiple....
mfhmfh
23/4/2018
09:56
I think the forecast has been raised a bit to 11.8p ish, which would be roughly a 20% rise. So not unreasonable to expect a rating of 15 at some point, which would end up around 180p.
yump
22/4/2018
22:34
I like the look of this one.
mallorca 9
22/4/2018
17:02
Given that Airbus just gave a ground contract (which is one of the security-sensitive areas) to SSY German company, the fuss is probably not that significant. SSY have already said in effect that they will change the corporate/structure/location if necessary if Brexit forces it. Then the issue of whether SSY is a UK company will be irrelevant. Says something given the uncertainty, that Airbus have given that contract. They must have some serious assurances from SSY that the UK 'issue' is a non-issue.
yump
22/4/2018
15:13
Anyone got any thoughts on FT's article yesterday wrt "Britain has threatened to walk out of Europe’s €10bn Galileo satellite project, in a deepening row with Brussels over whether the UK can be trusted with sensitive information after Brexit." https://www.ft.com/content/7ef540a0-44b3-11e8-803a-295c97e6fd0b
brummy_git
20/4/2018
09:02
1.60 next stop. 20p intervals.
brucie5
20/4/2018
08:58
Anyway if charts are anything to go by, this has just done its obligatory revisit of the breakout point. Or its just hit the top of a channel. I await some chartists to do the prediction NOW, not in retrospect after we find out which chart movement it is...
yump
20/4/2018
08:56
As it is, SRT can bumble along with lumpy contracts for years, while we wait for some stability, while SSY appear to be getting more consistently stronger. Then there's at least one reliable winner - I wouldn't like to see SSY affected by SRT. Generally don't like acquisitions or mergers - can't remember any turning out better for the acquirer. The ones that work seem to be the ones where larger businesses with successful organic growth, bolt on much smaller, already successful businesses in the same market eg. IDEA. The majority seem BOD ego-driven, or to satisfy shareholders when they're putting pressure on very large companies to increase earnings. They just acquire something very big and then 'rationalise' while the BOD's pocket low-set share option 'incentives' after chopping the business overheads.
yump
19/4/2018
20:19
..."Prefer both to go up separately..." Yes, but how likely is that, at least in the case of SRT which must at best be viewed as high risk which will continue to be reflected in its share price and more importantly in its cost of finance when it needs support, e.g. of banks? I think that strategically it could be a good fit. However, I must admit to having significant doubts about the culture fit!
boadicea
19/4/2018
09:31
Hadn't really thought of it like that. SSY seem to be spreading their revenue gradually - not sure they'd want more lumpiness. Prefer both to go up separately - I reckon more to be made from separate investments !
yump
17/4/2018
17:03
yump - You got it in one! Both companies are contract driven and can therefore be lumpy with the occasional one going sour (or in SRT's case, the occasional one NOT going either sour or stale!) SSY may also have useful links - satellite tech?, data visualisation/integration? Apart from sitting next to each other on my monitor thay are only based about 20 miles apart as the crow flies. The more I look at it, the more interesting it becomes.
boadicea
16/4/2018
16:45
montyhedge Best guess would probably come from the overall profit margin ? Although probably pretty variable within that.
yump
16/4/2018
16:44
boadicea Only just spotted your post. Cutting down on visits here as I'd rather read New Scientist than most of the posts ! Do you mean SRT ?
yump
15/4/2018
18:39
Contracts are great as long as the margin of profit there. Like to know what the margin is on a contract.
montyhedge
11/4/2018
20:22
Yump - Seeing your name on both boards today I'm wondering if you feel there might possibly be a strategic fit with another outfit that finds contractual progress tough going. They sit quite close to each other in more ways than one!
boadicea
11/4/2018
08:19
The rating has been one of a 'risky' contract company dealing with 'risky' governmental areas, but that wasn't really a reflection of their business and it certainly isn't now that their customer base has broadened. Its taken a while but hopefully a permanent re-rating is taking place.
yump
10/4/2018
16:09
What a great share. Sold from my growth folio, retained for income; guess which wins. On both counts. No wonder its popular.
brucie5
10/4/2018
14:20
contract announced earlier for SCISYS Deutschland GmbH. German division should protect us from Brexit: 'This contract underscores and extends our position as a key solutions provider at the heart of European satellite-navigation programmes.'
mfhmfh
10/4/2018
09:11
Getting ready to break through 140p.
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