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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
  0.00 0.0% 236.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 54.8 -1.0 -0.8 - 164

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11/1/2013
11:27
Andrew Fabian, Group Finance Director of StatPro Group to present at the London Innovators and Investors Forum It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the forthcoming Innovators & Investors Forum on the 29th January 2013 at the Business Design Centre, London. This will be an exclusive invitation only event organised by Shares Magazine and Cenkos Securities. As an active private investor, we are sure you would appreciate this unique opportunity to receive privileged access to 30 diverse, forward thinking and energetic technology companies at a single event. Many of the exhibiting companies are currently involved in some very exciting projects in an effort to drive future growth, and development within their industries. The event will be supported with an extensive conference program, including keynote speakers and company presentations. We sincerely hope you are able to attend and that you find the experience both profitable and enlightening. Companies represented include: 1Spatial Avanti Communications Bango Bond International Software Group Brady CML Microsystems Corac Cyan Holdings eg Solutions Energetix Group eServGlobal Forbidden Technologies Fusion IP Globo incadea InternetQ IQE KBC Advanced Technologies Netcall Optimal Payments Plastics Capital Probability Quindell Portfolio StatPro Group WANdisco Event time: 12.30pm to 5.30pm Complimentary refreshments and luncheon provided To register for this event please click here CONFERENCE AGENDA AS AT 09.01.13 (To be updated once presentation speakers are confirmed) 12:30 Registration & Lunch 14:00 Keynote speaker - Richard Penny, Senior Fund Manager - Legal and General 14:15 Shares Magazine presentation - Russ Mould, Editorial Director 14:30 Company presentation - David Richards, President & CEO - WANdisco 14:45 Company presentation - Henrik Bang, CEO - Netcall 15:00 Company presentation - Marcus Hanke, CEO - 1Spatial 15:15 Company presentation - tbc 15:30 Coffee Break 16:00 Company presentation - Stephen Blundell, CFO - eServGlobal 16:15 Company presentation - David Baynes, CEO - Fusion IP 16:30 Company presentation - Stephen Streater, CEO - Forbidden Technologies 16:45 Company presentation - Charles Cohen, CEO - Probability 17:00 Company presentation - Simon Smith, Non-Executive Director - Cyan Holdings 17:15 Close This agenda is subject to change and alterations For further information, please visit our events page
tradervic
14/11/2012
07:56
placing to raise £6.1 million to accelerate its cloud-based services allows it to invest in the technology with confidence, says chief executive Justin Wheatley. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/50249/statpro-placing-allows-firm-to-press-ahead-with-confidence-says-wheatley-50249.html
lucky_punter
14/11/2012
07:51
placing to raise £6.1 million to accelerate its cloud-based services allows it to invest in the technology with confidence, says chief executive Justin Wheatley. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/50249/statpro-placing-allows-firm-to-press-ahead-with-confidence-says-wheatley-50249.html
lucky_punter
03/8/2012
13:29
StatPro Group (LON:SOG) reported a solid set of interim results and said it is on track to meet market expectations for the full-year. The provider of portfolio analytics and data software for the global asset management industry posted revenues of £16.08 million for the six months ended June 30 2012, a 3 per cent rise on the same period last year. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/46270/statpro-group-on-track-to-meet-market-expectations-for-full-year-after-solid-interims-46270.html
lucky_punter
31/1/2012
15:43
http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/38248/statpro-outlines-plans-to-focus-on-new-revolution-product-38248.html StatPro Group (LON:SOG) chief executive Justin Wheatley said he is "pleased" with the early commercial performance of StatPro Revolution, its low cost, high spec analytics package for fund managers. Recurring revenue from the product totalled £470,000 for the nine months after launch and it is gaining traction in all its key markets.
lucky_punter
25/1/2012
18:29
It looks like they must have lost some valuable customers and/or Revolution is not the panacea it was hoped to be. It smells very strongly of insider trading based on knowledge of the year end close. I have emailed SOG for clarification as to the dramatic collapse in the share price
joan of arc
25/1/2012
17:26
Not looking good - hardly looks like positive news on the way.
pentangle
25/1/2012
17:23
Very aggressive falls, looks like a profit warning is a coming.
simon gordon
24/1/2012
19:53
Somebody knows something. It's just about all sells and the lowest share price now since 2009.
joan of arc
15/6/2011
10:02
I think Joan of Arc has hit the hammer on the nail with her comments. This is about as solid a little company as you will get with incredible visibility of sales - I think the average subscription is approaching 30 months, and renewals 90%+. The kicker will, hopefully, be Statpro Revolution as significant sales start to come in for that product. I retain a significant holding, but have sold down as I think this may drift for a good while and there are other opportunities out there - however I have not been selling very recently so the fall is not down to me. Ultimately I agree with Joan that there will be a take out sale - with the Directors having such a significant holding at least we know we are all on the same side with this one!
pentangle
14/6/2011
23:56
Progress in this company is steady but a little pedestrian and when there is no news this slipping of the share price is pretty standard. It will bounce back in time and it is a very solid little company. At some point in the future it will get taken out, probably as a trade sale. The only short term blip on the horizon will be a hiccup in the next set of results due to the short term funding requirements. Hang in there, it will come good and with time probably double in price.
joan of arc
14/6/2011
23:29
Share price seems to have dropped in a vacuum over the last few days and weeks. Is it just drippy sellers or perhaps sporadic sales of some option shares? Or does nobody believe the board when they confidently say in their May AGM statement that this year will be another year of useful progress?
networker
17/3/2011
21:55
Sorry, USD12m. USD100 per portfolio per month is the charge to the end user. RBC has 10,000 accounts, bit of maths later... Of course, you wouldn't expect every customer to take up the service, but this just gives a sense of scale, and the potentially large revenues that could accrue. Which also comes with relatively low marketing and distribution costs, which would be partly borne by RBC, one might imagine, as part of their USPs. It's a very smart route to market.
courant
17/3/2011
15:04
Courant I agree it is highly significant, but where are you getting your £12m from?
pentangle
17/3/2011
15:03
Courant, Where did you spy this: "Potential revenues of £12m per annum"
simon gordon
17/3/2011
14:55
This: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=46908901 is pretty significant, no?! Potential revenues of £12m per annum at, I'm assuming because of the web-based delivery of the service, fat gross margins. Compared to ~£30m revenue and ~£6m profit. Not only that, but it's a strong vote of confidence in the new product - statpro, at the minute, is priced IMO without any consideration of the potential growth coming from Revolution. Regards, Courant
courant
26/1/2011
10:19
http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.co.uk/researchreports/statpro260111update.pdf
kimball808
26/1/2011
10:06
So confirmation that full year results will be in line with forecasts which are for EPS of 8.6p to give an historic PER of about 13.3. I think what the market does not give SOG credit for is the predictability of earnings. With a 90% plus renewal rate and, from memory, an average contract life of 27 months, this is one of the least likely companies to come out with shocks on the downside. Previously the strategy was one of acquisition, followed by integration and a period of consolidation which, whilst successful, tended to unnerve the market as they took on debt. The last big acquisition was several years back and most of the debt associated with it has now been paid down. Clearly what we have now is a very solid and predictable base business which is being migrated onto Statpro Seven SAAS and which should continue to deliver growth in the 10-15% per annum range I should imagine. However, rather than acquire, the company has invested heavily in Statpro Revolution and that is where these growth figures could really get exciting. Clearly the Company have confidence that Revolution will be a winner and consider the early signs good, having a £4m commitment to the product which is a lot for a company of this size. The signs are that we should start to see the benefits of Revolution during the course of 2011. So in my view Statpro is a very safe constituent of a portfolio which should show continuing growth but with potential upside excitement from Revolution. My understanding is that there is little in the 2011 forecasts for Revolution, which show EPS growth of about 10% so the potential is there. The other thing I really like about the company is that the Directors have a good chunk of the shares, particularly the Chief Executive, Justin Wheatley, who has 12%. Hence their interests are aligned with our interests and I would expect an eventual sale of the company which will be a very favourable deal for all concerned.
pentangle
26/1/2011
07:20
in line..with end of Q1 we should start to hear about take up of Statpro revolution....hopefully..but on the whole, quite bullish going forward...
kimball808
25/1/2011
06:08
nail on the head with the paint drying there pentangle...;-)
kimball808
11/1/2011
14:37
Should be due a trading update shortly covering full year 2010. It was put out on the 19th Jan last year. Hopefully something interesting as following SOG has been a bit like watching paint dry of late.
pentangle
09/12/2010
12:53
Justin Wheatley of StatPro says its Revolution software will be a 'significant opportunity' Thursday, December 09, 2010 Justin Wheatley, CEO of StatPro, tells Proactive Investors that the release of its 'Revolution' software in February 2011 will be a significant opportunity for the company and has tremendous potential. Justin also says that increasing market regulation also provides opportunities for StatPro. http://www./companies/stocktube/619/justin-wheatley-of-statpro-says-its-revolution-software-will-be-a-significant-opportunity-.html
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