Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Simigon Ltd. LSE:SIM London Ordinary Share IL0010991185 ORD ILS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.50p 7.00p 8.00p 7.50p 7.50p 7.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.9 -0.6 -1.6 - 4

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11/10/2016
17:36
No idea BB, but SIM is a steal for those in it's Industry I would imagine.
melodrama
11/10/2016
17:34
Maybe directors buying ??
battlebus2
11/10/2016
17:31
And, just in , late trade, 500,000 at 25 pence. That is £125,000 worth of confidence.
melodrama
11/10/2016
15:27
Yep, someone is quietly hoovering up large blocks on a regular basis recently
melodrama
11/10/2016
15:27
Due another Holdings RNS i think
melodrama
11/10/2016
15:25
....and another 100,000 just bought at 24.88p via a second OK trade. Intriguing stuff :o))
rivaldo
11/10/2016
12:48
Nice 146,460 share buy at 25p just reported via an OK (institutional?) trade.
rivaldo
11/10/2016
12:31
Yump, The list is pretty long, I did some research a couple of years ago and over 50% of Aim Listed Israeli companies from the early 2000's subsequently delisted. There's no particular reason to suggest that SIM will and they have be listed here longer than most but I can't really see how the AIM costs are justified for a $7m t/o company operating out of Tel Aviv and Florida.
cockerhoop
11/10/2016
11:51
146k at full offer lol
melodrama
07/10/2016
13:32
I'd also be open to the fact that SIM doesn't really need a London listing, it operates out of Tel Aviv and Florida and is cash rich so is unlikely to need to raise funds. Certainly in the past Israeli companies have not been slow to de-list from Aim when no longer required to raise further equity. I was certainly caught out with Leadcom doing exactly that.
cockerhoop
07/10/2016
13:17
Agreed. But a number of recent scandals, the extreme examples being China based companies, have made UK investors wary of companies based abroad and quoted on AIM. Hopefully in the end, money will talk.
gnnmartin
07/10/2016
02:55
been in here a couple of years seems up and down share price not fair should be on a movement up, similar to another one of mine MBO check them out producing the profits but share price going nowhere must be one of the most undervalued tech on AIM that actually makes money on a turnover of 65m the market cap is just 2m CRAZY low price
divinausa1
05/10/2016
14:46
500,000 Late trade at 25 pence. Big blocks now changing at higher prices. Def something going on , Lord knows what!
melodrama
05/10/2016
13:33
Loobrush, The business case for maintenance training is less compelling imo, for example a Full Flight Simulator can be hired for £200-£500 per hour whilst an aircraft would be 10 times that meaning that pilot training using a variety of devices from Low level CBT (think Simigon and Pennant) to Zero flight time level D devices (think CAE & Thales) allowing a newly trained pilots 1st flight in the 'real' aircraft to be an revenue generating flight (ie with passengers) is a no brainer. That's not the case with maintenance training where CBT training would replace traditional instructor led courses. I'm not saying there's not money to be made in this area but it's a smaller addressable market imo. Simigon appear to provide a software tool (Simibox) that allow the customer to produce the courseware themselves rather than providing a full training course for the aircraft variant required. The exceptions to this are the F-16 and T-6 program where they have also designed the full courseware. This requires the customer to have a course design team and access to the aircraft data which is an increasingly significant cost in any simulation.
cockerhoop
05/10/2016
12:53
lse today NEW BUSINESS ADDED Enclosed is a clause from last reults- By adding a new solution for virtual maintenance training to its product offering, SimiGon will be able to build upon its past performance to succeed in a growing market for aircraft technician virtual training. The same technology, training aids and methodology delivering advanced training for aircrew is now leveraged for maintenance staff training, saving organizations considerable time and money with a single training technology backbone. This comprehensive solution is already being marketed worldwide and will contribute to the Company's market share Reading this carefully it says that they have developed and are marketting a set of new systems that cover maintenace of aircraft. This is where the growth is going to come from apart from existing business. Well all kept vague and low key really, but looks like the news will come out and Simigon will be seen to not only have cash but growth potential as well. Now know can see why broker has 45p target price. Probably thats why those recent buys have a bit more knowledge than we do!
loobrush
05/10/2016
10:08
The largest cuts in 2015 were in R&D - down 38%, admin and marketing less affected.
cockerhoop
05/10/2016
09:58
My point is that in real world the additional unplanned workload would require additional or at least stable manpower (not the 25% reduction in operating expenses reported - mainly through staff cuts) and the delay in revenue received should compress margins short term not expand them as SIM have reported.
cockerhoop
05/10/2016
09:48
My guess is that the "deliverables outside contract scope" were various software modifications or additional functionality requirements of the customer. Depending on what has been asked of SIM, it could mean rewriting and testing of a fair amount of software code. Usually, once the master contract is signed up, additional software requirements are a juicy earner for the vendor. So I would expect an additional amount on top of the $6.7m. But again, this is a multi-year contract hence revenue recognition may have something to do with the margins/operating expenses etc.
multibagger
05/10/2016
09:36
I didn't get that either. When I used to run contracts a bit, deliverables outside the original scope led to an increase in contract size. So I'd expect a delay + an increase on the $6.7m. Unless the extra deliverables were minor, in which case how come they led to a delay ? Or was it one of those contracts where even a minor change leads to the whole contract having to be re-written, resulting in the whole thing being delayed.
yump
05/10/2016
09:18
Can anyone explain the following to me? The companies major contract of $6.7m was delayed due to the requirement to 'provide a number of deliverables outside of the original contract scope' yet SIM managed to increase the gross margin and reduce operating expenses by 25% whilst providing these unexpected deliverables. I don't think i've seen an example of a problem contract handled so swimmingly well in any other company........suspiciously well :-)
cockerhoop
05/10/2016
08:35
Overhang is definitely cleared. PacketScience overhang gone entirely. New buyers in the name, like Axxion.
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