Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sopheon LSE:SPE London Ordinary Share GB00BSZM1369 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 924.00p 918.00p 930.00p 925.00p 924.00p 924.00p 5,560 14:00:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 28.5 5.1 71.9 12.8 93.62

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21/9/2018
09:13
MarketScreener Homepage > Equities > London Stock Exchange > Sopheon Plc GB0006932171 United Kingdom SOPHEON PLC Add to my list Report No quotes available -- GBp --.--% 12:06a SOPHEON : Integrated Resource Planning in Support of Portfolio Excel.. PU 09/20 SUSTAINABILITY : The Seven Technologies that are Changing the World.. PU 09/10 SOPHEON : Doosan Bobcat North America Awards Sopheon Innovation Cont.. AQ Summary News Calendar Company Financials News Summary Most relevant All news Official Publications Sector news Tweets OFFRE Sopheon : Integrated Resource Planning in Support of Portfolio Excellence share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 0 09/26/2018 | 12:06am CEST To optimize the investment in new products, an organization must excel at managing its product portfolio(s). This requires visibility into the value, risk, expenses and resource requirements of various portfolio projects. Without fully integrating resource planning into new product development (NPD) processes, there can be no visibility into and - by extension - no optimization of resources. It's like driving at night with your headlights off: you can't see far enough ahead to know where you may run into serious problems. There has been considerable debate about whether top-down or bottom-up planning is 'better' when resource planning. While support can be found for both approaches, Sopheon's experience suggests that for organizations aiming to align limited resources with the most strategic and lucrative new product opportunities, one approach provides the best balance of benefit to effort. This paper clarifies the differences between top-down and bottom-up planning and examines the cost/benefit trade-offs between the two approaches. It also shows how - by integrating long-term, top-down resource planning with a standardized NPD process - you can shorten time-to-market and increase product quality without overly burdening project managers with low-value administrative tasks. To download this whitepaper, please provide the following information or become a registered user on our site. If you're already a registered user on our site, login. Attachments Original document Permalink Disclaimer Sopheon plc published this content on 25 September 2018 and is solely responsible for the information contained herein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 25 September 2018 22:05:08 UTC
trinko
21/9/2018
08:36
Agree, next assault on 10 soon
big7ime
20/9/2018
21:25
I think we have seen a low turn today, although we won't know for sure until eod tomorrow. Tp 1000-1020, which is also historical resistance.
bamboo2
20/9/2018
13:54
Why is there no bid? Mid- price down and shares trading higher? Some knows why? Thanks
trinko
19/9/2018
18:25
Hi, what are the charts displaying currently?
hai74
17/9/2018
14:50
A merger whit a bigger company could be possible, Sopheon the Tech and the counter party a lot off clients. I think these year we will hear more about it . We will see PS (But I hope they stand alone and buy themselves another company )
trinko
15/9/2018
20:06
But thata premium of 367% would be nice now
trinko
15/9/2018
16:48
Trinko, see here explanation for Buzz: hxxp://www.tc2000.com/help/Content/Indicators/Volume%20Buzz.htm
hai74
15/9/2018
15:09
What means this? Sopheon Sopheon has shown up in the Buzz Indicator. 3 hours ago - SPE had a spike in Buzz Activity. Thanks
trinko
15/9/2018
12:07
Found this, it is from 2006 and Sopheon is talking about M&A activity, maybe it becomes the future IBM makes surprise bid for Sopheon Corporate Growth Report Weekly, 1 April, 2006 Intense competition for innovative computer software programs appears to be a driving force behind I.B.M.'s recent stunning and hostile US$310 million bid for Sopheon (ASOPH). The US$2.21-a-share cash offer would be a premium of 367% above the US$0.47 (EUR 0.39) closing price on March 31 on Euronext. Sopheon is currently listed on at Euronext and the London Stock Exchange. IBM chairman Samuel J. Palmisano has decided to forge ahead with the acquisition. Microsoft Corporation, however, which has an alliance with Sopheon, was perceived as the most plausible source of a rival bid although a Microsoft spokeswoman declined to comment. Investment bankers are of the opinion, however, that any rival would find it difficult to engage in a bidding contest with IBM. The cash-rich company sits on a hoard of $10.5 billion and regards Sopheon as a jewel. Sopheon would provide I.B.M. with "Accolade", used by today's largest global companies for process and product portfolio management.
trinko
14/9/2018
11:48
You should just be able to download the PDF version from the AJ Bell account as well as view the flip version.
monions01
14/9/2018
11:44
thanks Trinko- I don't seem able to copy and paste from the page flip version
robow
14/9/2018
09:30
www.youinvest.co.uk/sharesmagazine/20... S ome readers will remember the name Sopheon (SPE:AIM) since we have updated many times on our previous Great Idea from 2 June 2017 at 330p. We actually first flagged the company in August 2016 at 202p. The shares have been on a rampant run, nudging above £10.00 twice this year. We still think there is very decent upside from current levels. Before we explain our reasons, it’s first important to understand what Sopheon does. The Surrey-based software company helps streamline the research and development process for clients and provides product lifecycle management tools. From early roots as a provider of process automation tools, it has emerged as an innovation management solution to complex manufacturers. Sopheon has more than 60,000 users across 50-plus countries worldwide, featuring the likes of NASA, Merck and BASF. Its Accolade platform is used on innovation projects worth an estimated £25bn. Analysts at stockbroker FinnCap calculate a fair value over the next year or so of roughly £13.00, and here’s why we agree. EXPANDING AND MORE PREDICTABLE Sopheon is successfully expanding beyond its traditional industrial engineering-type space. Areas like consumer goods, food and drink, and technology development are proving to be useful new growth areas, while the company is also closing watching insurance, automotive and other industries. Bit by bit Sopheon’s revenues are becoming more predictable. Half year to 30 June 2018 figures reveal recurring revenue grew to $13.7m from $10.5m a year earlier. Recurring revenue has roughly doubled in about three years. Once you factor in contracted maintenance income from multi-year licences, $27.2m of the current full year’s $31m forecast revenue is effectively in the bag, and that’s before the typically busy fourth quarter for new licence sales. FinnCap suggests current earnings expectations are pitched conservatively. That means there is ongoing potential for guidance upgrades, something the company has been able to do multiple times over the past few years. Forecast $0.432 earnings per share (EPS) this year will be less than the $0.472 achieved in 2017 but not something to worry about. It goes back to the conversion last December of loan notes into equity, a one-off event that will not impact the financial performance beyond 2018. FinnCap’s 2019 estimates call for EPS of $0.537 on unbroken revenue growth to $35m. The business had $15.5m net cash at the end of June this year (2017: $6.6m), forecast to rise to $21.4m by the end of 2019. It has also started paying dividends, although this year’s prospective yield is very small at 0.3%. (SF)
trinko
14/9/2018
08:35
from Shares Keep buying SPE as its share price rall has further to run. Expanding markets and more predictable revenue should take the stock higher. Full page write up.
robow
13/9/2018
14:08
Good video interview! Everyone should take the time to watch. M&A could be interesting and some very big brand names as customers already. Upgrades would indeed be welcome.
mattboxy
13/9/2018
10:01
would be welome
trinko
13/9/2018
09:56
buy rating in today's Shares Magazine: 'potential for guidance upgrades'
mfhmfh
11/9/2018
12:06
Thanks Ic2, Worth flagging the video: hTTps://www.sopheon.com/expanding-sopheons-footprint-seizing-growth-opportunities/ I have just watched it again for the second time and a useful reminder.
cfro
11/9/2018
08:44
hTTps://www.sopheon.com/customers/ The link above shows the major customers that SPE service and you can see the sectors that they currently cover. Doosan Bobcat will be added to the list with others likely to increase this list in the future. If you go to their homepage it is worth watching the interview with CEO Andy Michuda again from April this year. He mentions that they will look at suitable M%A opportunities, particularly if it helps Sopheon enter sectors where they are not represented, Insurance and Banking were to two sectors highlighted. So worth keeping an eye out for further news here. Nice to learn where the Sopheon name came from, greek mythology.
interceptor2
10/9/2018
12:10
But you see, only small trades. No big guy’s yet
trinko
10/9/2018
11:51
Would be nice, as ever liquidity is limited so if anybody wants a stake they will have to push the price up
mad foetus
10/9/2018
10:48
above 1,000p this week?
mfhmfh
10/9/2018
07:42
It does show that Sopheon have high value clients, Doosan Bobcat have revenues of $3.0 billion.
interceptor2
10/9/2018
07:31
I assume this is important to SPE despite the lack of financial details.
cfro
10/9/2018
07:06
Nice contract, no figures but must be large to get an RNS
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