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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Sysgroup Plc SYS London Ordinary Share GB00BYT18182 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 44.00 07:44:09
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
44.00 44.00 44.00 44.00 44.00
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adambinks: For those that missed it, we did our first live webcast yesterday as part of our effort to enable better communication between the company and investors. You can watch it back by registering at the link below, searching for SysGroup, and then click on "Archived Meetings" Best wishes Adam Binks CEO, SysGroup PLC
weatherman: Investor presentation on 24th Nov.
cpap man: RNS out from SYS this morning reference a new CFO Chris Evans, CEO of SysGroup, commented: "We are delighted to announce the appointment of Julian Llewellyn as CFO. Julian has an excellent and longstanding track record in financial management and business transformation. He also has substantial and invaluable experience of the technology industry, investor relations and the capital markets. We expect Julian to be a key member of the team straight away, with the view that he will join the Board in due course and we are confident he will prove a great asset to SysGroup as we continue to seek to expand our Managed Services business."
gerdmuller: Market seems to think its a done deal as you can get 69p to sell now. They have 33% IUs so that is a reasonable amount. Pity to see so many small cos going off the market as this one did have potential. But as I said private investors no longer invest in small cos in any number so many can be taken out fairly cheaply.
gerdmuller: The share price moves and then there is an announcement! That happens so often in these 'open' markets. The fact that the price is now stable says to me that the bid price is probably around this level between 55 and 65p. I have had Vega, Dmatek, and TFC taken over in the past few years and last year KWL had an offer withdrawn. Lack of investor interest is lkeading to many small companies being taken out quite cheaply.
gerdmuller: Results in 3 weeks. Share price performance has been abysmal in the past few weeks after looking as though there might be some upward movement before that. This could end up as a typical PE target. Lack of investor interest in small cos generally makes it possible for a PE firm to come in with a low bid and get approval due to shareholder apathy or doing a deal with management.
waterloo01: Not sure whats behind the lack of faith here, but according to a Kable report on the NHS IT market, they look well set for some interesting growth and recurring revenues. Maybe the company need to do a bit more in the way of building investor confidence! Report done in Mid 2009 "The UK public healthcare ICT market totalled £2,342m in 2007-08 and £2,603m in 2008-09. It is forecast to grow to £3,488m by 2013-14, which represents a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.9%. Recessionary pressures have prevented the industry from growing. This growth is driven primarily by software revenues, with a CAGR of 36.3%, primarily the CRS software package, which includes clinical, logistical and managerial applications, ranging from patient administration systems to more complex operations such as asset/contract management and risk assessment".
engineer66: I'm out - there's something odd going on. A big investors looks to to be piling out and there's little support.
investinggarden: Buy recommendation from Growth Company Investor
5dally: quote from Shares "The Department of Health is considering a wider range of software suppliers which should benefit the smaller players in this space, such as SYS. Investors should buy shares"
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