Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Servelec Group LSE:SERV London Ordinary Share GB00BFRBTP86 ORD 18P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 312.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
312.00 313.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 60.96 9.52 11.10 28.1 218
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 312.00 GBX

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ingroid: Not impressed with price, all very well announcement stating 27% up etc... but what about the level reached around 377 p before their profit warning! Good prospects and big turnaround taking place , it is a fix and gift to a private equity firm, management must be involved in this . Hope shareholders reject as worth a lot more!
mikemichael2: Sorry, not sure what you mean, offer price hasn't changed all morning.
layabout: I work as a contractor in the social care business working with the IT systems each authority uses and the word on the street is that they are starting to lose existing social care customers. Two big Authorities have defected to their main rival in the last year. That rival, contrary to the market share graphs on the servelec investor and analysts presentations, already has by far the lion's share of the market. There is not nearly as much new business to go for as Servelec seem to think. The market shares they show are just plain wrong, not difficult to find out. Just employ a telesales guy to ring round the 200 odd councils in Britain and ask what system they have. Unfortunately the rival company is a privately held company, so not an investment opportunity. Companies in this business tend to have a life cycle like a roller coaster, they win a lot, reach a plateau then they stop winning and then they start losing some existing customers and then they hit the downhill slope as better suppliers come along. Once that happens it is hard to stop. The good staff leave and it is hard to justify putting investment into a declining business and then more existing customers start to look elsewhere. Fortunately for Servelec the health market is much more regulated and bureaucratic and companies can get away with old, expensive products and technologies that wouldn't cut it in any other market, so they may be able to milk that for a while. No idea how they fare in the automation market.
tony baloney: What a volatile share price. Have they won any social care deals this year? I can't see anything positive on the website that isn't pretty old. Health seems to be faring a little better.
mfhmfh: mixed half year results. looks like contracts from water companies have only been delayed until they all resolve their 'Open Water' issues. All IMHO. N+1 Singer re-iterated 325p target price yesterday (Sept 11th).
mikemichael2: This must be one of the weirdest share movers on the stock exchange, look at today's finish for example : bid 295...Offer 304.. price 315 !! Whats all that about ??
pugugly: Just come across this share : Not impressed by managements attention to detail. From 06/04/2017 4:31pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) "The Group's Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday 26 April 2016 at 9.30am, at the offices of Investec, 2 Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7QN. " WRONG YEAR in the rns If their attention to detail in their contracts has the same level of attention to detail - heaven help the shareholders. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Layabout 6 Mar '17 - 17:40 - 116 of 120 Has probably put his finger correctly on the pulse - Also p/e If ADVFN correct seems far too high. Long term share price graph not encouraging.
layabout: Also be interesting to see if there are any analysts' briefings tomorrow with the results and if so, if they have sorted out their market share graphs for social care. I don't know if these are the figures they were told and believed when they bought and paid handsomely for Corelogic. The social care market share graphs on their analysts' briefing in October are completely wrong. hxxps://www.servelec-group.com/media/2255/20161007-servelec-overview-presentation.pdf They think they are the biggest social care supplier when they are not by a long way and they think there is a big market opportunity to go for when, in fact, those local authorities have largely already moved to their main competitor. It's just basic market awareness. As a freelance contractor in this business I need to know what council's use what system to bid for work, you'd think they'd know too. All they need to do is hire a telesales person to ring round every local authority and find out what supplier they use. I don't know if they are as bad in the other divisions at knowing their market, but it doesn't look impressive.
mfhmfh: N+1 Singer have raised target price to 310p. If more deals are announced similar to the recent one in December, I'm looking at 340p. IMHO.
mad foetus: Good news today. Absolutely zero volume or interest here, but if the business delivers the share price will catch up at some point.
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