Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stride Gaming Plc LSE:STR London Ordinary Share JE00BWT5X884 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% 149.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 85.5 -0.1 -6.9 - 108

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Stride games... InfiApps games...
It seems that Techinvest have bought a second load for thier trader porty @ 41p on 21 March 2011. First load bought @38p in April 2008. They have also added to thier holding in thier real life technology fund. Seems to be little comment on this outfit anywhere. TMF, iii or here. Techinvest add, "Up to now STR has been a serial disappointer. Hopefully that phase is in the past." Good luck to all holders. No holding myself.
Wow! 92 posts in 5 1/2 years. Some BB's have that number in half an hour.
Prospects appear to be improving but, hasn't that been the case before, only for the company to disappoint.
Software and services firm Strategic Thought (STR) fell by 4.5p to 33p on news that it will miss expectations for the year to 31st March as a result of slippage in two major contracts. Revenues are forecast to be 35% ahead of the previous year, at 8.2 million pounds, with recurring revenues from support sales up 18% over 2009. Pre-tax losses are expected to reduce by 77% to 0.4 million pounds. During the second half of the year, a number of new contracts were won for its ARM product, including one from the US Air Force, worth around 1.1 million pounds.
red ninja
Hi Eagle Eye Interesting that this contract was flagged in the Interims, I guess it could be an extension. Regards Rob
Recent contract win dated 9/11/09: STG has been awarded a significant contract from Crossrail, the £16 billion London and South East railway project. Crossrail has purchased software licenses, along with support and services for STG's enterprise risk management software Active Risk Manager ('ARM'). Crossrail is the most ambitious UK railway project currently being undertaken and will deliver significant benefits to commuters in London and the South East. Martin Metcalf, chief executive officer of Strategic Thought, commented: "We are delighted that ARM has been chosen by Crossrail as its ERM system. We are experienced in providing our software and support services to large infrastructure projects which involve complex partnerships and supply chains and believe ARM will generate true value to Crossrail in the management of its end-to-end risk management processes." Well done STG Eagle eye
eagle eye
heh heh been watching this one - interesting - oh yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! may buy some once they hit 27p....lol lol eat yer chips!
the crypt
Just topped up with another 10k
Afternoon All From their website STG is pleased to announce new licence and services sales from around the globe for its leading enterprise risk management software, Active Risk Manager (ARM). Significant new deals originated in Europe, Australia and the USA in the first three months of Strategic Thought's financial year. The first quarter included the addition of two new major organisations to the ARM user community. Early in the quarter a global manufacturer of packaging products with over 26,000 employees in 38 countries across the US, Europe, Asia and Australia signed a contract with Strategic Thought Inc for both Active Risk Manager licences and services. The quarter drew to a close in June with an important contract for both licences and services with a US provider of technology to a large percentage of the world's operating commercial nuclear power plants. A major new contract for ARM services was also agreed with Europe's largest manufacturer of defence and civilian helicopters, Eurocopter in France. Eurocopter and its parent company EADS Group have been using Active Risk Manager since 2005 to manage project and business risk. Further Active Risk Manager licences, services and training courses have been sold to the UK MOD during the first three months of the financial year. Cyril Moreau, President of Strategic Thought Inc in the US said, "By building on our core competencies in project and program risk we are continuing to see success with leading organisations in the US, Australia and Asia. As customers become more aware of the power and flexibility of Active Risk Manager they increasingly plan to adopt it for corporate-wide enterprise risk management (ERM) processes. ARM was cited as the best value proposition for ERM in the July 2009 report The Forrester Wave: Enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance Platforms, Q3 2009. These significant contract wins certainly support the findings of this independent research." Existing customers also signed follow-on deals. After the implementation of Active Risk Manager by Leighton Contractors in Australia, Leighton Asia is to deploy ARM to additional projects and business units across Asia. Leighton Holdings, the parent company of both Leighton Contractors and Leighton Asia, is the largest project development and contracting group in Australia. Martin Metcalf, CEO of Strategic Thought Group concluded, "We are delighted with the increase in contracts for combined Active Risk Manager licences and services. Enterprise risk management is not just a concept but is increasingly an integral element of corporate strategy. Customers do not just buy software - they want the business results which that solution can deliver. By working with our Risk Practitioners, trainers and technical services teams they can quickly see the benefits of effective risk and opportunity management across their business." Active Risk Manager is the world's leading web-based Enterprise Risk Management system. ARM enables the identification, registration, communication, analysis and management of risks and opportunities and is designed for project, operational and enterprise-wide risk management. About Active Risk Manager from Strategic Thought Group plc
Strategic Thought Group plc Change of Adviser Strategic Thought Group plc is pleased to announce that it has appointed FinnCap as its Nominated Adviser and Broker with immediate effect. This is where all the sick puppies go for a rescue fundraising these days, one rung up from Hoodless Brennan How long before the rights issue? As soon as Finncap gets the mug punter institution in......but time is of the essence. BUt losing £2m a year, dont look too edible
new low on small sale
* Pre-tax loss from continuing operations of GBP2.08m (2008: pre-tax loss of GBP1.51m) * Cash and cash equivalent balances of GBP2.09m (2008: GBP4.54m) CASH LOOKS TIGHT
Oh dear just read the trading statement :- Strategic Thought Group is issuing a trading update for the year ending 31 March 2009. In November 2008, when Strategic Thought Group announced its half year results, it stated that prospects for the business over the remainder of the current financial year were positive although it was difficult to predict with certainty the outcome and timing of major contract negotiations. The Group is currently in final stage negotiations for a significant contract, which had been expected to close before the financial year end. However, the Group has now been informed by the customer that it will not be possible to close this deal within this timeframe. The impact of this delay means that the Group's results for the year to 31 March 2009 will be significantly below expectations. Cash is expected to end the year in the range of GBP1.3 million to GBP1.5 million. The difficult economic conditions are certainly affecting buying patterns. Nevertheless, the Board believes that the business opportunity within Enterprise Risk Management remains significant and will continue to take the necessary steps to deliver sustainable long-term growth.
red ninja
martest, Yes. Next question?
does anyone who the directors are?
Everyone appears to have abandoned ship, apart from me.
Tipped in techinvest over the weekend.
A few buys today and the share price rising. Is this the start of better things to come? Not holding my breath.
LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Strategic Thought Group PLC said chief technical officer and founder Nick Denning is leaving the company with immediate effect. The company did not give a reason for his exit. ] # rATS And ShIps Abandon Ship and Abandon all Hope!!
Thats been a very fruitfull 14 months!! might take a long position if they can turn it around, ght is my next big short!!
have followed this one but never bought still tracking..
Richard Higgs stepped down as Chief Executive on 18 June. Totally missed the CEO resining in June. Funny how it coincided with the savage fall....almost as though his replacement found skeletons or rotten flesh...
In current economic conditions will anyone want this company's wares??
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