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Uls Technology Daily Update: Uls Technology Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ULS. The last closing price for Uls Technology was 75.50p.
Uls Technology Plc has a 4 week average price of 71p and a 12 week average price of 71p.
The 1 year high share price is 104p while the 1 year low share price is currently 50p.
There are currently 64,871,276 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 194,575 shares. The market capitalisation of Uls Technology Plc is £48,653,457.
red ninja: Kestrel still keen on ULS :- ULS Technology plc (LSE:ULS, "Company" or "ULS") received notification on 16 July 2021 from Kestrel Partners LLP ("Kestrel") that on the 14 ad 15 July 2021 it purchased for its discretionary clients, 27,925 ordinary shares of 0.4p each ("Shares") in the Company at an average price of £0.78687 per share. The notification also included the matters set out below.
aimsurfer: Agree. All depends on your risk appetite, wait for them to mature a bit but potentially entering at higher price. Important slide was them additionally focusing on driving traffic to Econveyancer via additional distribution channels such as property portals and estate agents. One or two good announcements there and I think share price could take off. For me current value, performance of Econveyancer and cash position is already compelling value but agree a lot of execution risk with DigitalMove that needs careful monitoring.
masurenguy: Final Results Robust performance and primed for growth ULS Technology plc (AIM: ULS), the provider of online B2B platforms for the UK conveyancing and financial intermediary markets, announces its Full Year results for the 12-month period to 31 March 2021 ("the Period"). The Period was transformational for the Company. It completed the disposal of Conveyancing Alliance Limited ("CAL") for £27.4m and appointed Jesper With-Fogstrup as its new CEO, with the Company focusing on investing in its digital platform aimed at revolutionising home moving and ownership. Financial Highlights Continuing Operations -- Revenue £16.9m (FY 2020: £20.7m), reflecting the COVID impact and market standstill in the first two months of the period and slower pick up of the first-time buyer market -- Gross profit £6.9m (FY 2020: £8.7m) -- Underlying EBITDA(1) £0.4m (FY 2020: £3.5m) -- Underlying loss before tax(1) £0.8m (FY 2020: £2.4m profit) reflecting market dynamics and increased investment strategy -- Reported loss before tax £2.4m (FY 2020: £2.1m profit) Total Operations -- Disposal of CAL for £27.4m o Proceeds enabling the Company to repay all debts whilst providing funds to continue investment in people, innovation and services and accelerate the roll out of DigitalMove -- Profit on disposal of CAL £18.1 million -- Net cash/(debt) £24.0m (FY 2020: (£3.4m)) (1) before exceptional items and amortisation of intangibles arising on consolidation Operating Highlights -- Continued investment in development of DigitalMove, which has now handled more than 50,000 cases -- Growth of broker channel with a 21% increase in the number of active users to 1,998 from 1,653 at the end of FY 2020 -- Conveyancing completions in the second half of the Period were 18,667 compared to 15,100 in the first half -- Strategic reorganisation with Jesper With-Fogstrup joining as CEO in January 2021 and a number of new senior hires -- Move to a cloud based third party environment to speed up the roll-out of the DigitalMove roadmap Jesper With-Fogstrup, Chief Executive of ULS Technology plc, commented :"While the beginning of the period was dominated by the effective shutdown of the housing market caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, we have since benefited from a rapid pick up - especially during the second half as lockdown restrictions eased. We are well placed to build on the continuing momentum coming out of the second half of last year and we expect to benefit from increasing demand and growing number of completions as the current year progresses. We believe that by further growing routes to market for eConveyancer as well as developing our product suite with substantial investment in DigitalMove, there is significant opportunity to enhance the home moving process and drive scale. This is a pivotal period for the business as we look to invest in our proposition and generate strong returns for shareholders."
simon gordon: ULS - 5/7/21: ULS Strengthens Senior Leadership Team ULS Technology plc (AIM: ULS), the provider of online B2B platforms for the UK conveyancing and financial intermediary markets, has strengthened its senior management team, appointing Simon McCulloch as Chief Commercial and Growth Officer, and Ed Mardell as Chief Technology Officer. Simon McCulloch is a seasoned commercial executive with deep digital customer growth experience across the home moving, price comparison and banking space. Simon has spent the last year leading the global wealth & insurance digital channel at HSBC. Before HSBC, Simon was part of the rapid growth journey at ("CtM") joining in 2011 to build the Money vertical from scratch. He was also responsible for the core insurance category and left CtM after almost ten years, the last four as Commercial Director. Earlier in Simon's career he spent a decade with Countrywide plc in various roles, including board responsibility, covering mortgage, general insurance and protection products. Ed Mardell is an experienced technology executive with intimate knowledge of the proptech space from both consumer and B2B perspectives. Ed spent 13 years working with market leading Property Portals as CTO for both Daily Mail and General Trust and Guardian Media Group ("GMG"), and developing best of breed Cloud software solutions for half of the UK Estate Agents. A management buyout from GMG led to an acquisition cycle and successful exit to Zoopla. Ed remained for a further 2 years to integrate the group before spending the recent period providing due diligence, strategic planning, and Cloud transformation programmes for several Private Equity houses. Jesper With-Fogstrup, CEO of ULS Technology, said: "Simon's background over the last couple of years has been very similar to mine. We worked together at ComparetheMarket and HSBC. I am delighted to welcome him to ULS as we unlock growth by making the home buying, selling and owning experience better; building the platform for home ownership. "I am equally excited to have Ed join as CTO. Ed has the right technical and domain experience together with the passion to make home moving better through building empowered teams." Https://
simon gordon: Financial Reporter - 29/6/21: ULS Technology has appointed Simon McCulloch to the newly created position of chief commercial and growth officer. With more than 25 years’ in consumer focused financial services roles, Simon has held director positions at Countrywide, and ComparetheMarket. Most recently he was global head of wealth and insurance for digital as a channel at HSBC. Simon joins ULS technology to direct commercial strategy and execution and drive growth as it continues transforming the process of buying, selling and owning a home through DigitalMove. Simon will also focus on delivering growth in the market leading eConveyancer business. Jesper With-Fogstrup, CEO at ULS Technology, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Simon to ULS technology. We have worked together in the past and I know that Simon will be an asset to our business and to our quest to revolutionise the home buying, selling and owning experience through digital consumer and customer-focused experiences.” Simon McCulloch added: “ULS Technology has a clear vision of what it wants to achieve and a real opportunity to introduce real transparency to home moving, making the process truly consumer and customer focused and efficient. This home platform presents a really exciting prospect to help ULS reach its objectives and make a really tangible difference to people’s lives in the home moving and owning process.” Https://
simon gordon: Financial Reporter - 16/6/21: ULS Technology has grown its sales team with the recruitment of two new BDMs. Tim Shawcross joins ULS technology as an experienced BDM with extensive knowledge and relationships across the market, having previously held roles at HSBC Private Bank, RBS Coutts, Deutsche Bank, Moody’s Investors Service and, most recently, Coventry Building Society. ULS technology has also appointed Matthew Ladak as a BDM. Matthew has more than 16 years’ business development experience across a range of industries and has established expertise in winning contracts, expanding market share, building and protecting reputation and driving business improvements. In addition to two new BDMs, ULS technology has recruited Harley Weber to join its marketing team as a creative designer. As a creative graphic designer with a range of experience in designing for multimedia, marketing and print, Harley will help ULS identify new ways to communicate its proposition to the market. Karen Rodrigues, sales director at ULS technology, said: “At ULS technology, our mission is to revolutionise the home buying, selling and owning experience – and this means growing our business. So, we are committing to that growth by strengthening our sales and marketing teams. “Tim, Matthew and Harley all bring with them unique experience and expertise that will benefit our customers and prove an asset to our business. I’m really pleased to welcome them all to the team and look forward to working with them on further developing the reach and reputation of ULS technology, which includes popular brands like eConveyancer and DigitalMove.” Https://
simon gordon: Mortgage Solutions - 22/6/21: ULS Technology signs three-year contract with L&G Mortgage Club The agreement will give L&G Mortgage Club access to its subsidiary Econveyancers’ panel of 50 conveyancing firms and access to features including DigitalMove and Rapid Remortgage. DigitalMove reduces transaction times by digitising the homebuying and selling process. Rapid Remortgage is a feature that aims to make remortgaging as quick and easy as a product transfer. ULS Technology’s sales director, Karen Rodrigues, said: “In a competitive marketplace, this continued partnership is testament to the level of investment that ULS technology puts into the ongoing development of Econveyancer and cutting-edge services like DigitalMove and Rapid Remortgage. “It also demonstrated the quality of the Econveyancer panel, which is closely monitored to ensure unwavering high standards.” L&G Mortgage Club’s head of broker relationships and propositions, Craig Hall, added: “The high demand seen in recent months has proven why it is crucial that brokers have access to reliable and digitally-enabled conveyancing partners. “That is why it is so positive to have ULS technology as a trusted provider on our SmartrRefer platform. Providing advisers with access to innovative conveyancing partners will undoubtedly help them to better navigate the challenges of today’s demanding environment. Https://
masurenguy: Another positive partnership. ULS Technology plc 28 May 2021 Partnership with MPowered Mortgages ULS Technology plc, the provider of online B2B platforms for the UK conveyancing and financial intermediary markets, has agreed a partnership with MPowered Mortgages to provide an integrated panel management service to the recently launched lender. The integrated service will provide MPowered Mortgages with access to ULS Technology's full solicitor panel, enabling the lender to deliver electronic Offers and Certificates of Title to customers in line with its digitally-focused approach to lending. This is the latest lender partnership announced by ULS Technology which provides full back-office panel management services for lenders to better manage the risk, security and speed of their transactions. Existing partnerships include Principality Building Society, Hodge, Habito and, most recently, Foundation Home Loans.
simon gordon: Mortgage Finance Gazette - 26/5/21: MPowered Mortgages expands solicitor panel with ULS partnership Recently-launched lender, MPowered Mortgages, will be able to deliver electronic offers and certificates of title to customers thanks to a new partnership with ULS technology. The deal, which gives the lender access to ULS’s full solicitor panel, underpins its digitally-focused approach to lending. ULS already provides the full back office panel management services for lenders such as Principality Building Society, Hodge, Habito and Foundation Home Loans. It said this service helps these businesses manage risk, security and speed of transactions. Emma Hollingworth, distribution director at MPowered Mortgages, said: “We’re incredibly excited to be expanding our solicitor panel with ULS technology today and to offer advisers more choice in serving their customers. “Certainty and control over the mortgage process for advisers and customers alike is critical to us at MPowered Mortgages and integrating with ULS technology’s full solicitor panel enables us to offer just this.” Meanwhile, Paul Saunders, director of lender services at ULS technology, said: “We’re really pleased to have been selected by MPowered Mortgages to manage its solicitor panel and integrate our services to deliver customers with an enhanced homebuying and remortgaging experience. “MPowered Mortgages has launched to market promising customers a more automated, digitised and dynamic process and our partnership will enable the delivery of electronic Offers and Certificates of Title to help it deliver on this promise.” Https://
simon gordon: Good to see Jesper getting out there as a 'thought leader': Mortgage Finance Gazette - 18/5/21: Conveyancing: What I’ve learned since joining ULS One hundred days into his role as CEO of ULS, Jesper With-Fogstrup reflects on the strides made so far in conveyancing and how, going forward, transparency will be crucial It’s now around 100 days since I joined ULS as CEO, which makes it an excellent time to take a step back and consider how my experience has differed from my expectations, and what I’ve learned from my first couple of months within the home moving world. Part of my motivation for joining ULS was my passionate belief that there is a real opportunity to introduce true transparency to the conveyancing world, to help buyers and sellers understand why conveyancing is important for their house deal and to use that transparency to make the process more customer focused and efficient. One of the most gratifying parts of my first few months has been the validation of that viewpoint – that the ingredients are there to deliver a much better experience for our customers. If I’m being completely honest, I did have some nagging doubts about how receptive certain elements of our own team, and those in our partner firms, might be. Sure, I knew there would be some who had long since recognised that tasks could be carried out in a more efficient way, making the process of buying or selling a property far less stressful, but equally there are always going to be those who are happy with the status quo and are resistant to change. Customer-focused It’s been a really pleasant surprise to see that actually there’s an appetite for a fresh approach virtually across the board. That’s not just unexpected, it’s also enormously encouraging. It shows that we are all singing from a similar hymn sheet, and want to see the industry move in a more customer-focused direction. That is a really positive thing. As an industry, we aren’t great at putting ourselves in the shoes of our customers. It’s so easy to forget that people don’t move house all the time, and so the process of conveyancing is absolutely alien to them. All too often homemovers have absolutely no idea what they are paying for, or why it matters to them. As a result they perceive conveyancing as a more complex issue than it really needs to be. We all need to do a much better job of recognising just how abstract conveyancing can seem to our customers, and take strides to not only be clearer about why it’s a crucial element of the house buying process, but also be far more transparent about how cases are progressing and what is happening at each stage. By demystifying conveyancing, we can not only provide our customers with a higher level of support, but we can also ensure the process is far more efficient. Getting that customer buy-in means that they may take a more proactive role, realising when a case is delayed by an issue that they can rectify, for example by providing certain forms of documentation. Demystifying conveyancing What has been particularly enlightening during my first 100 days at ULS has been that the conveyancers actually do a fantastic, and important, job for buyers and sellers alike. The lack of clarity around the service provided isn’t borne from a desire to befuddle our customers, to get them to look the other way while corners are cut. No, across the board the conveyancing industry is actually providing a remarkable service. Yet the ambiguity means that the value provided by conveyancers is not properly understood, and may even act as a barrier for some customers. There is clearly lots of work to be done in addressing this particular shortcoming. Also, as conveyancing becomes more efficient, conveyancers will arguably have more time available to spend with movers explaining the process and making it more customer-focused, making conveyancing real to movers. Progress When I first took this job, I wrote out some objectives and targets for what I wanted to achieve at ULS, and it’s exciting to see how much progress has already been made on meeting those. We’ve started testing new systems and ways of working across the business, and the early results are particularly promising. As someone who gets a lot of energy from talking with my colleagues in person, having to set out my expectations and have those key dialogues with the team remotely has been a new challenge; the positive reception and dialogue shows that we are all pulling in the same direction. It’s been an excellent start, and a lot of work remains to be done. We are just getting started making the process of buying, selling and owning a home more transparent and simpler. Inevitably there will be learnings along the way, and I’m positive that through the sensible and sensitive integration of technology, we can not only demystify conveyancing but deliver an all-round more satisfying experience to our customers. My experience over the last three months has only made me more determined to deliver that. Jesper With-Fogstrup is chief executive officer, ULS Technology Https://
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