Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Universe Group Plc LSE:UNG London Ordinary Share GB0009483594 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% 5.30 5.10 5.50 5.30 5.30 5.30 162,676 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 19.9 0.8 0.4 15.1 14

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/10/2015
07:50
Universe have now been in profit for 3 years, I wonder how much longer we have to wait until they start to pay a small dividend. I have my fingers crossed for next year, but some how I doubt it.
loganair
04/10/2015
07:37
IMHO I cannot see why their will not be more announcement from other Retailers. UNG have products that Large retailers seem to want and are prepared to commit large amounts of money to install. A question in my mind is how big do the management of UNG want to be i.e. oversees retailers.
dealit
02/10/2015
07:41
Yup, game changer for the Company imo.Re rating starts here.spud
spud
02/10/2015
07:35
It's Brilliant News.
russman
02/10/2015
07:30
Downing LLP are still buying: 30 Sep 2015 57.82mln shares 25.04% 12 May 2015 54.13mln shares 24.00% 10 Apr 2015 51.79mln shares 23.04% 05 Jan 2015 48.28mln shares 22.00% 18 Nov 2014 45.68mln shares 21.03% 09 Sep 2014 45.08mln shares 20.47% 27 Aug 2014 42.30mln shares 19.21%
loganair
02/10/2015
06:34
We are off and running what great news---- Major Contract Win with Conviviality Retail Plc Universe (AIM: UNG.L), a leading developer and supplier of point of sale, payment and on-line loyalty systems is pleased to announce that its subsidiary HTEC, has signed a major contract with Conviviality Retail Plc ("Conviviality"), the UK's largest franchised off-licence and convenience store chain with the Bargain Booze fascia. Under this contract, revenues over the next three years are expected to amount to approximately £4.3 million. The contract, secured after an international competitive tender process, is for the supply and maintenance of a comprehensive, integrated suite of HTEC's proprietary next generation point of sale, back office, head office and payment systems together with related on-going customer support. The systems will be installed across Conviviality's entire estate of over 650 off-licence and convenience stores, with implementation expected to begin no later than November 2015. As well as facilitating and managing sales processing and secure in-store payments, HTEC's products will also manage online ordering and deliver an extensive reporting suite. Jeremy Lewis, CEO of Universe, commented: "We are delighted to be working with such a market leading retailer as Conviviality. This is a significant contract win for us that highlights the Group's progress in entering the convenience store and grocery sector and underlines the market confidence in our new, innovative product set."
dealit
29/9/2015
11:14
I think it's very hard to break that out, as HTEC are responsible for the fuel payment systems at Morrisons as well as having an involvement (along with several other companies) in the loyalty card system, having previously been involved with the Miles More fuel loyalty card. We do know that during the period of the new MRW loyalty card revenue from the top 3 customers (Asda, Morrisons and Spar) has reduced from 71%, to 63% and then to 59% in 2014. They are certainly successfully expanding their customer base outside of these 3. I imagine it provided a decent chunk of revenue in 2014 when it was being developed and introduced but is probably less important going forward.
cockerhoop
29/9/2015
07:52
Does anyone know roughly their % revenue from the Morrisons loyalty card?
wjccghcc
29/9/2015
06:46
Good solid progress with what looks like further announcements of deals due this year. Spedi also seems to be integrating nicely. Due an uptick imo. spud
spud
28/9/2015
15:59
I have two places for lunch and a presentation with UNG and then a meeting and presentation with PEN this Wednesday from noon if any of you are interested ? Just mail me at mellomeeting.co.uk
davidosh
15/9/2015
10:38
I have been looking at KLBT recently. They seem to share some similar characteristics with UNG. Anyone looked at them before?
mrx9000
08/9/2015
12:52
Mr Baljit ("Billy") Kumar Tank, age 47 years, has been a director of the following in the last 5 years: Indigo Retail Technology Limited Indigo Retail Holdings Limited Indigo Design Build & Management Limited Indigo Dbam Limited TQIPS Limited TQIPS Limited was placed into Administration on 15 July 2011 with an estimated deficiency as regards creditors of GBP4.7 million. Hmmmm.... spud
spud
04/9/2015
09:07
& ready to take another 100k if it's available for 9p :-))spud
spud
26/8/2015
09:55
Just taken an additional 100k - Not printed yet. spud
spud
20/8/2015
08:49
Coming up to the initial 12p resistance - after this 20p on the charts
red army
20/8/2015
08:35
Has UNG got the contactless card payment angle covered? Seems to have really taken off. Even the oldies prefer it compared to PIN machines.
russman
19/8/2015
14:07
Yes I can confirm that Faraday have recommended Universe today; I've just got hold of a copy which apart from highlighting the opportunity does not say anything that is not already in the public domain.I googled "Faraday" in order to establish the nature of the operation.Nothing to get too excited about I don't think.
thorne1
19/8/2015
12:48
I understand Faraday is an Investment Planning company, with a yearly fee of 1% of the value of any portfolio with a minimum portfolio of £250,000.
loganair
19/8/2015
12:01
I agree as a long term holder that a breakout now seems to be underway.But who are Faraday?
thorne1
19/8/2015
10:43
Can anybody confirm the rumour that Faraday have tipped this today?
lanzarote666
19/8/2015
09:30
I just wish Universe didn't just have to rely on one or two customers, they had a larger clientele base. 3 years now Universe has been making a profit at all levels and will really breakout when finally they return to paying a dividend, even if it absolutely tiny which I'm looking forward to one day and hope the one day isn't too far off into the future.
loganair
19/8/2015
09:21
All looking good here with very good technology and management team in an expanding market as retail sector looks to make use of data via payments systems. This has been a very long term hold for me but really does look to be breaking out and hopefully will not see single digit penny status again. Downing will be very happy as they have been backing Universe heavily over the past few years just as I have too.
davidosh
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