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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Triad Group Plc LSE:TRD London Ordinary Share GB0009035741 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% 110.00 105.00 115.00 112.50 110.00 110.00 9,343 14:47:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 17.8 0.6 4.3 25.7 18

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03/7/2021
13:22
No: For the following reasons. 1/ TRD as a rule, does not announce contracts and values. 2/ A large number of U.K. government contracts are not even announced by themselves, for security reasons. 3/ TRD are listed on various framework agreements, we never see the “Call offs” 4/ TRD also pick up work from other international agencies. 5/ TRD has won contracts with several private companies but we don’t often know the names or contract values. 6/ TRD says they are gearing up right now for contracts that have been awarded. 7/ Workpoint 365 is being installed by TRD for at least one client today, with others to follow. 8/ TRD has a blockchain solution on G Cloud 12 9/ 16 new jobs for permanent consultants are advertised on TRD “S jobs page. 10/ Margins on U.K. government work in the second half hit 33% 11/ Due to COVID , U.K. government contracts are not showing up in the public domain for a good 3 months after being awarded.
sunshine today
03/7/2021
13:08
sunshine yesterday we discussed the 5m pound contract which is a huge part of the market cap.not including blockchain in your notes do you have a list of known contracts won in terms of value? ,so the figure can be measured to the small 18m market cap(13m minus cash).
patient fox
03/7/2021
11:39
Nice tweet from Westcoast: Https://twitter.com/Westcoast_UK/status/1410571399081648133
netcurtains
03/7/2021
11:13
I believe TRD requires at least another set of half year results to show the city the following. 1/ Margins have, and are improving rapidly. 2/ Turnover stops falling, and starts to increase. 3/ The quality of future earning will be excellent 4/ Organic growth can be successful managed 5/ Profits are predicated to increase rapidly over the next 3 years.
sunshine today
03/7/2021
08:37
Part of the reason that TRD has not been Re rated is because no one knows how much profit is expected. This is where investors on this BB have a distinctive advantage, it’s a case of using one's own assumptions, based on the last annual report, and all other available knowledge that’s in the public domain.
sunshine today
03/7/2021
08:32
Boozey, just had a quick look at Panoply. The share has a rating, that I believe, TRD will achieve over time . PE of 62 for 2021 falling to 42, for 2022 and then 38 for 2023. Real pre tax profits for 2021, £3.3M, 2022, £7.5M 2023, £7.6M. We don’t have any market forecasts for TRD ( bar my own ) They are: 2020 -2021 £500,000 ( Hit , and came in at £600,000) For 2021 - 2022 £2M For 2022 - 2023 £4.7M For 2023 - 2024 £13.M Now let’s look at Market capitalisations, debt, and cash. Panoply has a market cap of £233M and £8M net debt. TRD has a market cap of £17M and £5M of cash. All things being equal assuming both companies were up for sale , the real values would be £240M and £12M. If we take a general view, that for the next two years, TRD will do just half the profit that Panoply does. That puts a £116M valuation on Panoply and £12M on TRD. Thus on that basis TRD are a massive ten times cheaper. Clearly profits have to be hit going forward by both companies
sunshine today
02/7/2021
19:21
Panoply's results Monday - at heart an IT Consulting Company like Triad - very much in the Digital space, so different field to Triad, but will be interesting to read results and market reaction. I hold both.
boozey
02/7/2021
18:30
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sunshine today
02/7/2021
16:34
I think it being official is important. So Triad might have known they had a good chance But its great that its now done. £5m. I'm surprised it did not move share price. I guess we need another big win to clinch it!
netcurtains
02/7/2021
16:17
Last years big moj contract required ( in the spec ) 18 consultants.
sunshine today
02/7/2021
16:11
That’s without all the other contracts at tender stage and framework agreements. Plus it’s high margin Plus not a cent is from Blockchain yet. Plus still working on last years wins through this year.
sunshine today
02/7/2021
16:11
God knows what that Westcoast one is worth too. I mean they did that joint video with westcoast CEO. It must be pretty big! Then there is that international hotel design chain Triad go on about....
netcurtains
02/7/2021
16:03
Net, yep that and Ofgem, = a years worth of government turnover won, in just four months.
sunshine today
02/7/2021
16:01
I think we have been told about it in the report and accounts. This is just a call off, not sure what the total contract value is. The company knows long before it’s published. However it’s fabulous to have so many wins since March and gives two years plus visibility.
sunshine today
02/7/2021
15:58
£5m is a big percentage of turnover and market cap. Close to 1/3rd of the value in that ONE contract win. Imagine if they won a few more?
netcurtains
02/7/2021
15:50
Should that not be worthy of an rns?
patient fox
02/7/2021
15:26
July 2021 Ministry of Justice Management Consultancy Framework for Digital and Technology Project Management and PMO Delivery Partner award: Triad Group£5M
sunshine today
02/7/2021
15:19
Great news ward of a Call Off Contract under the Management Consultancy Framework for Digital and Technology Project Management and PMO Delivery Partner A Contract Award Notice by MINISTRY OF JUSTICE Source Contracts Finder Type Contract (Services) Duration 2 year Value £5M Sector BUSINESS Published 02 Jul 2021 Delivery 01 Apr 2021 to 01 Apr 2023 Deadline 01 Feb 2021 10:00 Concepts management consultancy management consultancy framework for digital and technology project management award of a call management consultancy framework pmo delivery partner consultancy services technology project management Location
sunshine today
02/7/2021
10:56
Banks and financial institutions are going to have to invest in blockchain solutions at pace, or see their advantage disappear within 3 - 5 years. This is where Stratis and TRD,will, I believe see explosive growth : “The Stratis ecosystem enables global firms to adapt their existing IT infrastructure by integrating blockchain features in a familiar programming language for everyday developers” One day, this will get priced into the shares, and then the fun will begin. The above advantage, using a familiar language, and Microsoft, will wipe out most of the competition in my opinion.
sunshine today
02/7/2021
10:47
https://hackernoon.com/analyzing-the-institutional-landscape-for-blockchain-solutions-ze1b37f5 1. Stratis - Easing Enterprise Blockchain Adoption Blockchain-as-a-Service platform Stratis was designed to make decentralized adoption easier for businesses by offering several products and services for enterprises that work seamlessly with their legacy operations. Boosted by a recent investment from digital asset fund Alphabit, these include private sidechains, running full nodes, developing and deploying smart contracts, token launches, and a proof-of-identity application at scale. The Stratis ecosystem enables global firms to adapt their existing IT infrastructure by integrating blockchain features in a familiar programming language for everyday developers. The Stratis Identity solution delivers a decentralized method of KYC and AML verification for businesses to comply with regulations, its STO platform provides a compliant digital launchpad for business security token offerings, and its auditable smart contracts are especially suitable for the development of enterprise blockchains that are compatible with the DeFi space.
sunshine today
02/7/2021
07:33
I only mention Westcoast at Andover as I was driving past there yesterday. The place was absolutely huge.
netcurtains
01/7/2021
18:44
Would be rather nice if they required a solution for the supply chain. (Blockchain)
sunshine today
01/7/2021
18:42
That’s why their turnover is £3.5BN, and growing.
sunshine today
01/7/2021
16:57
Westcoast did some major expansion in late 2019 (just weeks before pandemic) They DOUBLED their warehouse space. Https://www.shdlogistics.com/property/westcoast-holdings-takes-341871-sq-ft-warehouse-andover From website: Alex Tatham, Westcoast’s managing director, said: “This new facility demonstrates the level of confidence the Board has in the business and its future growth in the UK as well as in exports, expansion businesses and services – some of which will be based in Andover”. Note phrase: "EXPANSION ..... AND SERVICES"...
netcurtains
01/7/2021
12:23
Nothing to do with Stratis and TRD, however, both are targeting the banks, as their staff use C# as a computer language that make the solution attractive. https://www.ft.com/content/8b1005ed-5d70-4a31-b577-6c7f1f507c60 Tommy Stubbington in London YESTERDAY A growing number of banks are experimenting with issuing bonds on blockchains, in a shift they say could eventually revolutionise an asset class that has lagged behind in adoption of new technologies. Blockchain — the digital ledger that records and verifies transactions and underpins cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin — has the potential to streamline the process of selling new debt, leading to substantial cost savings, bankers say. “I think blockchain has a real future in debt capital markets,” said Sean Taor, head of European debt capital markets at RBC. “If you can use blockchain from start to finish, you take out a lot of the costs, a lot of the risks in terms of counterparty and settlement risks.” In April the European Investment Bank raised €100m from a two-year bond registered on the ethereum blockchain network, in the first such deal involving a syndicate of banks. The deal came three years after the World Bank sold the first bond to be created and managed using blockchain. Singaporean food producer Olam International last year sold a bond using HSBC’s blockchain-based settlement platform, while JPMorgan has also tested the use of blockchain technology for issuing financial instruments. For the issuers the motivation is obvious. Over the life cycle of a bond, using blockchain technology could save at least 35 per cent of the costs associated with issuance, according to a study last year by German fintech firm Cashlink, by automating processes such as the emailing back and forth and manual updating of bond documentation. Use of blockchain could also cut down the number of intermediaries involved in the process — for example the bonds would no longer need to be registered with a central securities depository. A similar 2019 study by HSBC looking at the green bond market — where a public ledger would help streamline the process of tracking the use of the bond’s proceeds — identified much larger savings of up to 90 per cent. Blockchain issued bonds are not denominated in cryptocurrencies, but they use the same underlying technology to reconcile orders from different systems, record and update ownership of the asset, and allow the transaction to be settled without the need for extensive manual cross-checking. Rather than settlement taking three days, as is typical, money can flow to the issuer seamlessly once the bond is priced. “It’s essentially a glorified database,” said Matthew McDermott, head of digital assets at Goldman Sachs, one of the banks which handled the EIB deal along with Santander and SociΓ©tΓ© GΓ©nΓ©rale. “This technology reduces the number of intermediaries involved in any given transaction.” The bank has had more than 100 one-to-one meetings with investors and would-be issuers about the potential use of blockchain as a result of the interest generated by that transaction, McDermott said. Some of this is just hype around a new technology. I’m not sure it’s quite as revolutionary as it’s sometimes made out to be Kevin McPartland, head of market structure at Coalition Greenwich Blockchain also offers a way to easily locate current holders of bonds — often a tricky task in the relatively fragmented world of fixed income where bonds are often traded directly “over the counter” rather than on centralised exchanges. Billions of dollars have been poured into analytics to help traders locate debt securities to buy or sell, according to Kevin McPartland, head of market structure at Coalition Greenwich. “A universal database of who owns what, at least in theory, avoids the need for that,” he said. Issuers would also find it much easier to communicate with investors — some bonds, for example, contain clauses which allow bondholders to sell back to the company if it changes hands. Moreover, banks could also save money on fees charged by trading venues and allow deals to be negotiated without giving away data to the rest of the market. Weekly newsletter For the latest news and views on fintech from the FT’s network of correspondents around the world, sign up to our weekly newsletter #fintechFT Sign up here with one click By lowering some of the barriers to participation in bond markets, blockchain technologies could eventually open them up to much smaller players, according to Denis Coleman, co-head of the global financing group at Goldman Sachs. “This is just the very start of a journey, but you could see the democratisation of bond markets,” he said. The HSBC report, which was co-authored by the Sustainable Digital Finance Alliance, recommended the setting up of “DIY” bond platforms on blockchain, which would enable smaller companies to tap debt markets with a minimum of fixed costs. Some of the claims made about its potential may be overblown, McPartland said. The massive investment necessary to change the systems that underpin debt markets will probably happen slowly, and regulators won’t necessarily approve, he argued. “Distributed ledgers will have a role to play in helping markets become more liquid and transparent,” he added. “But some of this is just hype around a new technology. I’m not sure it’s quite as revolutionary as it’s sometimes made out to be.”
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