Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Statpro Group Plc LSE:SOG London Ordinary Share GB0006300213 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 146.50p 145.00p 148.00p 146.50p 146.50p 146.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 54.8 -1.0 -0.8 - 96

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08/5/2008
00:36
Well, it did get very cheap recently..........
papalpower
07/5/2008
13:32
CONTINOUS RISE.................OVER 100P SOON........
rossgr2
17/4/2008
07:23
Third time directors bought since results announcement.
geovest
17/4/2008
07:09
Statpro Group PLC 17 April 2008 17 April 2008 STATPRO GROUP PLC ('StatPro' or the 'Company') Director's shareholding StatPro announces that it was notified on 16 April 2008 that, on the same day, Justin Wheatley, Chief Executive of the Company, purchased on behalf of his SIPP 20,000 ordinary shares of 1p each in the capital of the Company ('Shares') at 75p per Share. Mr Wheatley's resultant share interest comprises 6,631,772 Shares, representing approximately 12.16% of the Company's issued Shares. For further information, please contact: StatPro Group plc Andrew Fabian, Finance Director 020 8410 9876 Arbuthnot Securities Limited Tom Griffiths/Alasdair Younie 020 7012 2000 Smithfield Reg Hoare 020 7360 4900 END
papalpower
30/3/2008
15:40
Been following these recently along with FIO and LOG and can the only thing to conclude is general market sentiment is dragging these down. I've just taken reasonably large holdings in all 3 as I consider them good recovery plays over the next 2-3yrs. dyor and good luck
aioannou
10/3/2008
16:37
Networker - couldn't agree more! I've followed Statpro for around 7 years and not made much but marvel at a software company that can produce such consistent results with steady growth and recurring revenue model that's better than the software sector I work in (Payments systems), but whose share price is conservative to say the least. FWIW I hold around 2000 shares (at 85p) and cannot understand why they have not been above £1 for the last 6 months at least.
steverooke
10/3/2008
16:11
The management of SOG must be wondering what they have do to receive plaudits from the market. An excellent set of figures and a confident statement in spite of the credit crunch concerns. In relative terms the shares are clearly cheap on a P/E and PEG basis, but with the whole market unloved at the moment patience remains the key for holders.
networker
19/10/2007
11:24
It's nice they've started giving quarterly updates. With 85% recurring revenues and a PE of 11 for 2008, I'm back in at 95p.
wjccghcc
19/10/2007
09:45
yes, as (nearly) always, they deliver... StatPro Q3 trading in line with hopes, business pipeline strong UPDATE (Updating with outlook, details of new market data service, integration of Initram Data Inc) LONDON (Thomson Financial) - StatPro Group PLC said trading for the nine months to end-September is in line with expectations and significantly ahead of last year, with strong organic revenue growth across the group. It said its new business pipeline remains strong and its sales pipeline has continued to expand as new opportunities arise for the company's enlarged product suite. The AIM-listed software provider said organic revenue growth stood at 19 pct per year in the period, or 21 pct at constant exchange rates. The company expects to benefit from the recent events in the financial markets as this should drive demand for independent evaluated prices of complex assets with analysis of the associated risks. It will launch an "on demand" market data service -- StatPro Data Direct -- at its user convention in the US later this month, the company added. The company also said Initram Data Inc, acquired in July, has been fully integrated with StatPro's existing data business based in Montreal.
rambutan2
19/10/2007
09:12
Especially the bit that reads: "The Board expects that StatPro should benefit from the recent events in the financial markets, in particular the credit markets, as this should drive demand for independent evaluated prices of complex assets together with analysis of the associated risks."
geovest
19/10/2007
08:26
One couldn't ask for much more than this. Excellent news.
labatie
05/10/2007
09:31
The rise over the last couple of weeks has been on miniscule volume again. Perhaps just coming back up within a trading range. Major holders seem to be staying with them - and deservedly so.
networker
05/10/2007
09:00
The recent volatility in financial markets may be positive for their new complex asset valuation products. Fundamentals remain excellent. The share price has now moved back up above the 200 day moving average. Techical indicators are starting to look positive.
geovest
05/10/2007
08:26
DRIFTING BACK UP AGAIN.........Hopefully with good reason behind it.
rossgr2
12/9/2007
12:36
Disappointing to see the share price has recently drifted back to c88p on miniscule turnover. As this was the placing price for £10m worth of shares a year ago it seems little progress for shareholders. By all accounts the company is performing well as the Canadian acquisition has integrated smoothly and the latest company statement was pretty positive. As no corporate news is anticipated for the next few months it is not easy to see any obvious catalyst for a direction change in present uncertain markets. Perhaps the mid 80s will again provide support as the charts would seem to suggest.
networker
21/8/2007
13:34
They certainly moved the price up in doing so.
papalpower
21/8/2007
13:27
interesting new shareholder appeared... http://www.svgcapital.com/svgadviserspublic/strategiceqcapital/ http://www.investegate.co.uk/Index.aspx?searchtype=3&words=sec
rambutan2
01/8/2007
11:15
Interesting T trade of 200K at 103p. Given where we started and the selling yesterday, I suggest thats a buy, and also what moved us back upwards today.
papalpower
01/8/2007
09:09
Statpro Group PLC 01 August 2007 STATPRO GROUP PLC ('StatPro' or the 'Company') Director's shareholding StatPro announces that on 31 July 2007 Carl Bacon, Non-Executive Chairman of the Company, transferred 20,000 ordinary shares of 1p each in the capital of the Company ('Ordinary Shares') into a Self Invested Personal Pension ('SIPP'). Accordingly, 20,000 Ordinary Shares were sold from his nominee account at a price of 103p per share and 20,000 Ordinary Shares were bought by the SIPP at a price of 103.25p per share. In addition, on the same day a further 2,273 Ordinary Shares were bought by the SIPP at a price of 104.95. Following these transactions, Carl Bacon's interest in the Company comprises 420,000 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 0.79 per cent. of the Company's issued ordinary share capital, and options over 325,000 Ordinary Shares. End
papalpower
31/7/2007
09:22
Geovest, Apparently it works out cheaper for FDP to do this than enter into some kind of rental agreement. I admit, it's slightly unusual and I'd be happier on balance if they didn't do this. However, it also leads to the situation where there are depreciated assets on the balance sheet, worth (from memory) somewhere around 50p a share. Courant
courant
31/7/2007
09:03
I've seen that, but it seems to be mostly small add-ons to the underlying KX systems which doesn't mitigate the risk by much. Why on earth does a small software company think it's the best use of capital to buy residential property all over the UK and US instead of renting?
geovest
31/7/2007
08:39
Thanks for comments. BTW FDP is developing more proprietary systems, see latest couple of RNSs.
polzeath
31/7/2007
08:36
Also, FDP is more of a reseller of KX Systems software plus consulting and integration support. They therefore don't own most of the systems they sell and are reliant on sales commission and consultancy fees. This is a much weaker business model in the longer term.
geovest
31/7/2007
07:51
polzeath While we wait to hear from PP, my view is that although they have the same clients (banks & investment houses) they operate in different field. FDP concentrates on the real time trade execution and data side (i.e. front end) and SOG on analysis and reporting (i.e back end). Even on the data side SOG provides end of day and historical data, they got rid of the real time bits. SOG is the better investment IMO
geovest
31/7/2007
06:36
PP, see First Derivatives (Buy, Closing Price £2.36) Strong peer results Analyst: Philip O'Sullivan Fidessa (organic revenue and earnings growth of 29% yoy and 43% yoy respectively) and Statpro (organic revenue and earnings growth of 79% and 45% respectively) have released strong interim results this morning. Both are peers of First Derivatives in the financial software market. Of relevance to FDP were both of their comments on the outlook for demand. On this, Fidessa noted that "2007 is shaping up to be a landmark year", while "across the buy-side and sell-side business market conditions have remained strong". Statpro said that it aims to "maintain our recent rate of organic growth and our strong cash generation". This demand is being driven by market activity, regulatory change and product innovation. In all, these results give us more comfort in our forecasts for First Derivatives, who we see making continued progress over the remainder of the current financial year (to end-February 2008). Would you agree that FDP is a peer of SOG, operating in similar territory? cheers
polzeath
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