Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Utilitywise LSE:UTW London Ordinary Share GB00B6WVD707 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 24.75p 23.55p 25.95p - - - 0 05:30:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 67.8 -30.4 -34.9 - 19.42

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/9/2018
09:11
A bit odd that they would still consider themselves to have accounting problems. Surely, they have had more than enough time to sort things out. It all paints the picture that the boss is not in control.
bennywin
09/9/2018
18:50
Looks like more possible problems on accounting given references to IFRS 15 implementation and review now being undertaken. Really should have been resolved already given their past history, and the fact that year end was 6 weeks ago!
topvest
07/9/2018
08:30
I agree with those comments. With hindsight I think they picked the wrong man for the job.
bennywin
06/9/2018
17:20
Quote: 'The second half of the financial year was challenging, for reasons that were well-publicised, as the group continued to deal with a number of legacy issues,' chief executive Brendan Flattery said. Not being funny, but how long does he have to be there before he stops blaming ‘legacy’?? Time to man up. He joined 1st October 2016 ... legacy?... it’s now BF and the Exec team’s legacy. He made the mistake of focussing entirely externally for far too long, basic management error. He’s relied on internal Execs to do their jobs and tell him the truth without checking anything, relying on past relationships and being sold a load of flannel, he’s swayed by Ted Baker suits and colourful PowerPoint graphics, basic management error. He’s made substantial promises to the market long before he really understood whether he could really actually deliver given the last two points, really basic management error. He’s not looking at his cost versus delivery in each department, all departments not just sales. Far too many Execs and Heads of, businesses this size can’t afford/don’t need both, basic management and financial error. Quote: 'We expect the new financial year to be key as we see increased progress in the execution of our strategy.' BF Fabulous let’s get to it then! how long’s that going to take, another two years or will the legacy folk be blamed for that not happening effectively as well?
kizzbop
04/9/2018
18:02
Yes, update was awful. Definitely one to avoid for the time being in my view.
topvest
04/9/2018
08:16
Flattery will get you everywhere... ;)
phowdo
04/9/2018
07:11
What a shockingly bad update. Flattery is clearly not up to the job.
bennywin
22/8/2018
12:40
I have dumped most of mine at a hefty loss, but do see them as a potential takeover target (Especially if trading update is bad and the price drops) A business simply can not afford to keep losing key personnel and to me its a big warning sign of an unhappy ship. My impression of BF, is that he blows a lot of hot air, yet fails to deliver, and I wouldn't be suprised that excuses will be made for lack of growth of customer numbers this time round with promises of more jam tomorrow. On this point, I would love to be proved wrong. The trouble being, that if there is no growth, then BF is going to make himself look a complete idiot with his fanciful 2020 targets and his credibility will be shot to pieces, as will the share price
bennywin
18/8/2018
14:40
I have an open mind the share price may break downward over the next couple of weeks, for now we are on the floor.
freddie ferret
18/8/2018
11:47
I’m the same. Entirely not convinced re BF. Talks convincingly, no substance or actions. Not convinced about any of the Execs, Finance still looks to be a shambles, HR has two leaders (why?! cost?) and huge ER issues and must have questions over current quality of hire, Marketinb ... massive expense, tip heavy and what are they delivering?, product development... I remember all of the products promised in the Capital Markets day by the CMO, where are they now? No where to be seen. I’d get out if it didn’t mean losing so much. Just hanging on in the vain hope of a bounce back. Would a takeover help?
kizzbop
09/8/2018
17:40
Hardly inspiring that so many experienced people feel a need to leave. I remain to be convinced that BF knows how to properly manage a company.
bennywin
09/8/2018
15:55
I hear the same. MD of enterprise had gone. One of the Geoff Thompson crew, so inevitable.Another one of the Sage cronies being lined up in replacement? ‘Sagewise̵7; rules! Or not as the case might be. Maybe Brendan, after over a year, might actually be looking internally at the nature of the deals being made. It’s amazing it’s taken this long and fairly lax at the very least.
kizzbop
07/8/2018
14:39
hmm - well the price has moved up...
cc2014
07/8/2018
07:36
Do you mean Brin Sheridan - Managing Director (Corporate Division) or Brendan Flattery - CEO?
ochs
06/8/2018
22:58
Where did you get that info ?
bennywin
06/8/2018
20:37
The MD has resigned/been pushed today apparently
thetruthcomesout
03/7/2018
17:27
In %age terms quite a decent jump, spread around a penny.
freddie ferret
03/7/2018
17:04
Yup interesting. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/utilitywise-UTW/share-news/Utilitywise-plc-Utilitywise-partners-with-Dell-and/77790294
freddie ferret
03/7/2018
10:47
Interesting development, which has placed this on my watchlist. Unfortunately the chart still looks terrible.
brucie5
03/7/2018
10:23
Excellent RNS , people should look at this than Tern
amrishbhim
28/6/2018
14:58
You couldn't make it up! I assume they wisely sold all their UTW shares years ago...
ochs
28/6/2018
14:22
CT and MD both worked for UTW for years and financially beneffited from the huge commision paid to staff and managment for supplying UTW customers with their free service!!
thetruthcomesout
28/6/2018
12:03
Interesting about Business Energy Claims - thanks for posting angel81. It does sound a bit too close to home! Looking at the pics of the 3 person 'Leadership Team' I'm not sure I'd be too keen as a potential customer.
ochs
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