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WAND Wandisco Plc

63.60
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12 Apr 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wandisco Plc LSE:WAND London Ordinary Share JE00B6Y3DV84 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 63.60 0.00 01:00:00
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63.80 65.20
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Wandisco (WAND) Discussions and Chat

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Date Time Title Posts
06/10/202312:23WANdisco - Will it be magic?6,568
03/5/201911:12WANdisco at the UK Investor Show 2
25/7/201812:16WANdisco (WAND) One to Watch -
12/8/201513:00WAND WANDisco Charts-
13/2/201514:27Start Of The Next Bounce3

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Posted at 06/9/2023 09:43 by biztech
Hi All, I've just released my latest video on CIRATA (#WAND) where I review of the recent share price movement and consider why the share price has dropped and when it is likely to recover. Please share if you like... https://youtu.be/fxpRhb4U5Uc#cirata #WAND #wandisco #stephenkelly
Posted at 23/8/2023 10:47 by dr biotech
The 2018 share price was built on misplaced optimism


CEO stated at the time

This has been a pivotal year for WANdisco - following the transformation of our financial position during 2016, we have focused on building a commercial strategy which will deliver sustainable long-term growth. By expanding our partnership ecosystem we have significantly extended the reach of WANdisco Fusion, unlocking new sales opportunities in a cost effective manner.
Our partnership with IBM brought two new record contracts during 2017 and integrations with AWS, Microsoft and Virtustream give me confidence that we can take advantage of the significant market opportunity for WANdisco Fusion. Organisations across the world are recognizing the value of being able to harness live data at scale and our technology is gaining increasing traction across new sectors and markets.
Our strategy is delivering clear results; we have increased revenue by 73% while maintaining control of our costs, bringing us significantly closer to our goal of cash flow breakeven. We have started 2018 with a strong new business pipeline and I am confident WANdisco is well positioned to take advantage of a wide range of sizeable growth opportunities."


Following years sales went sharply into reverse, increased losses..


Year End 31 December 2018. 2019 2020 2021 2022
Total Revenue 17.02M 16.16M 10.53M 7.31M 9.69M
Operating Income -23.24M -27.18M -33.91M -37.7M -40.35M
Net Income -19.71M -28.26M -34.33M -37.6M -29.61M


Until (if) they sign worthwhile contracts, I’d steer clear.
Posted at 22/8/2023 19:19 by scrutable
Has noone else noticed that the WAND share price lay above £5 for 4.5 years before the fraud could have begun?

During that period, and also for a year around 2014 and 2018 it was often above £8 reaching peaks of £12 and £14? Only once did it near a low point of £2. Which is why the relisting price of 50p was a steal - albeit necessary to brush aside our natural fears.

The General Motors contract tells everyone, not in shellshock from the fraud, that the
data world recognises Wand's unique ability and I expect several similar surprises at, or before the AGM.

The recognition must come and the timing is fantastic. Generative AI is coincidentally poised to control our lives. We will all soon be dependent on the understanding AI will bring to the exploding universe of data, driving our behaviour and innovation in science, technology and commerce.
Posted at 31/7/2023 12:47 by biztech
Hi All, I’ve just published my first video on #WANDISCO. It chronicles the last year for #WAND as well as my thoughts on WAND as a investment. If you’ve followed WAND since the start you may know most of this but if curious about WAND, interested in investing in WAND, or just want to increase your own research this video should help you. Not financial advice, of course. Share if you like. Thanks… hxxps://youtu.be/N2ZCv5kSdWo
Posted at 25/7/2023 13:12 by sikhthetech
Owenski....

Yet another one, you got completely wrong....karma...



sikhthetech - 09 Mar 2023 - 12:05:11 - 5714 of 6212
The potential US IPO game changer.. where have I heard that before..

Anyway Owenski.. your original posts ramping these..stop trying to pretend you got these right..
;-)

owenski - 03 Jan 2018 - 07:12:15 - 2377 of 5713
Great start to the year

owenski - 04 Dec 2017 - 07:32:06 - 2265 of 5713
Post 2252, superb interview, almost acts as a trading update, shows where WAND is heading, no problem with todays fund raise, gets it out of the way and was kinda expected at some point. IMO

owenski - 17 Nov 2017 - 18:50:10 - 2103 of 5713
I think the next driver is likely to be some numbers in Jans. update.

owenski - 07 Nov 2017 - 07:19:31 - 2064 of 5713
Another partnership deal via Dell, with global market reach. WAND's routes to market are certainly impressive.

owenski - 18 Oct 2017 - 14:41:57 - 2046 of 5713
Interesting to hear the CEO comment on IBM's Nick Dimtchev, in that his team were turning 20 - 30m USD deals into 200m USD deals in a short space of time. The IBM team is a highly focused bunch of pro's with clear strategies and goals. (Approx 1Hr 58Mins in)

Agreed, the IBM presentation is well worth a listen to give credence to how they are leveraging Wand.Fushion and the rationale behind the partnership. Indeed one can see why this partnership is transformational to Wand.

owenski - 17 Oct 2017 - 20:02:59 - 2043 of 5713
Peter Burris really explains the business drivers and concepts behind the need for Wandisco's solutions, superb clear presentation.

owenski - 17 Oct 2017 - 19:26:19 - 2042 of 5713
Today's Cap. Market Presentation:-



owenski - 06 Oct 2017 - 19:28:59 - 2012 of 5713


Talking primarily about hacking issues, but does give an insight into the ballooning amount of data being generated and that's just for autos, most of this is cloud based and where the fusion product is aimed at.

I do think WAND is still in the foothills of this potential market. IMO
Posted at 05/7/2023 17:11 by dr biotech
Since that 220p low about 14 months ago the company has been the victim of fraud, burned through a huge pile of cash and hardly grown sales at all. So I'd say it was worth a lot less than that.

I don't understand your 220 + 50p argument either. Even if it was worth 220p, they have issues 60m or so (roughly doubling the shares in issue) new shares at 50p. So each share would be worth approx (220+50)/2 ie 135p. But despite the cash and commitment of the new management, I don't think they'll ever turn in a worthwhile profit.


SCRUTABLE 5 Jul '23 - 11:40 - 6109 of 6114
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Opinions here are are 100% negative. except for mine. Not a good word to say for Wand, but are Accenture really all Fools? And the replacement management?

In previous years before the fraud, the share price low point had twice bottomed out at 330p in Dec 2019 and again in Dec 2020. During the early part of the fraud the share price reached a greater low at 210p

Surely after the coming restart the value must be higher than the value of the additional capital raised and arguably 210p + 50p? The subscription is set extremely low as it has to be - to encourage investors at a rotten time in the market - the worst since 2008 or even earlier.
Posted at 05/7/2023 11:40 by scrutable
Opinions here are are 100% negative. except for mine. Not a good word to say for Wand, but are Accenture really all Fools? And the replacement management?

In previous years before the fraud, the share price low point had twice bottomed out at 330p in Dec 2019 and again in Dec 2020. During the early part of the fraud the share price reached a greater low at 210p

Surely after the coming restart the value must be higher than the value of the additional capital raised and arguably 210p + 50p? The subscription is set extremely low as it has to be - to encourage investors at a rotten time in the market - the worst since 2008 or even earlier.

Investors are so sick of the whole affair that they will sell at any price - asap after 8.00am immediately on relisting, Friday, possibly bringing the shares down to a discount for only a very short time.
Posted at 12/3/2023 15:00 by hedgehog 100
27/09/2012 06:02 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) WANdisco Plc Interim Results LSE:WAND Wandisco Plc

Revenue US$2.915M.

06/09/2022 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) WANdisco Plc Interim results LSE:WAND Wandisco Plc

Revenue US$5.823M.

So in a decade on AIM, after apparently burning through about US$200M., WAND has managed to double its interim revenues: a compounded annual revenue growth rate of about 7%.

But it managed to persuade the market that its annual revenue was now apparently relatively quickly likely to rise by about a thousand per cent.

And some clever people seem to have been taken in: apparently multiple US billionaires on the share register (Davis, Dollens and Gruber), and the UK's Richard Griffiths and tech specialists Herald Investment Trust.

It's also interesting that the "irregularities" were uncovered immediately after the 'floating in America' and 'joint broker RNSes' (on 6th. & 7th. of March): suggesting that Americans engaged for the float and/or the new broker may almost immediately have uncovered what was going on.


But even if the numbers had been real, WAND's valuation was still astronomical, especially for the current tech stock bear market.

Preliminary unaudited revenues of at least $24M. for 2023, and a market cap. of £890M., is still a PSR (price-to-sales ratio) in the 40s, for a likely 2023 operating loss.

Compare that to a British tech stock that really IS doing well in America, and recently announced an interim pre-tax profit:-

From the bar graph on page 12 of NWT's annual report & accounts for the year ended 30.4.22:-
"Five years of consecutive revenue growth:
HCM in North America: £m"
2017: £0.9M.
2018: £1.2M.
2019: £4.0M.
2020: £5.9M.
2021: £6.5M.
2022: £8.7M.



NWT's current market cap. is £5.16M. (at 55p), on £19.145M. revenue for its year ended ended 30.4.22: a historic PSR of 0.27, i.e. under a hundredth of WAND's PSR even on its apparently fraudulently-inflated figures.

This is the sort of REAL tech success into America that should be celebrated, and awarded a higher rating.
Posted at 09/3/2023 13:48 by simon gordon
Alphaville - 9/3/23:

Wandisco’s timeline of mystery, intrigue and non-disclosure

by Dataholics Anonymous

June 1, 2012: Wandisco, “a leading provider of global collaboration software to the software development industry,” floats on London’s junior market with a market capitalisation of £37mn. Panmure Gordon is appointed Nomad, having raised £15mn gross for the company.

November 19, 2012: Wandisco buys AltoStor, a California startup, for $1.5mn in cash and $3.6mn in equity. AltoStor is the developer of Haloop, an open-source tool for synchronising network data that will become the core of Wandisco’s product set.

November 26, 2024: Wandisco announces a contract with a “US-based credit card and financial services company” it does not name.

January 8, 2015: Wandisco announces a contract extension worth $750k with British Gas for smart meter analytics.

December 23, 2015: Wandisco announces a contract “with a new customer in financial services”, which it does not name, and “a scale-up deal with an existing customer in telecommunications”, which it does not name.

June 10, 2016: Wandisco raises $15mn with a share placing.

September 29, 2016: Founder CEO David Richards is ejected.

October 6, 2026: Richards is reinstated and most of the board resigns.

September 25, 2018: Wandisco announces an “initial $200k contract win with a major automotive customer” it does not name.

November 5, 2018: Wandisco announces “a $1mn contract with the leading information and communications technology provider in China,” which it does not name.

December 27, 2018: Wandisco announces a $700k contract “with a major American managed healthcare company” it does not name.

February 14,2019: Wandisco raises $17.5mn with a share placing.

April 1, 2019: Wandisco announces a contract worth $2.15mn with “a leading global provider of ICT infrastructure and smart devices in China,” which it does not name.

June 26, 2019: Wandisco announces a contract worth $750k with “one of the largest manufacturers of mobile handsets in the world, based in China,” which it does not name.

November 20, 2019: Wandisco announces a distribution contract of undefined value “with Micro-D, one of Africa’s most established IT companies.”

November 26, 2019: Wandisco announces “a contract valued at more than $500k with a Fortune 500 technology company” it does not name.

December 3, 2019: Wandisco announces “contracts valued at around $1mn” with “a large US financial institution” it does not name, and with “a global hi-tech company” it does not name.

December 12, 2019: Wandisco announces a “contract expansion” worth in the region of $1mn “with existing China based customer” it does not name.

November 1, 2020: Wandisco announces “an initial deal worth up to $1mn with a major British supermarket,” which it does not name,

November 30, 2020: Wandisco announces “a contract worth $3mn with one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies”, which it does not name.

September 30, 2021: Wandisco announces a contract “worth a minimum of $1mn over a maximum term of five years” with “the analytics division of one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies,” which it does not name.

March 10, 2021: Wandisco raises $30mn with a share placing.

December 9, 2021: Wandisco announces a contract “valued at a minimum of $6mn over five years” with “a large European automotive components supplier” it does not name.

December 13, 2021: Wandisco announces “a contract with a top five UK banking group” it does not name.

December 20, 2021: Wandisco announces “a $3.3mn three-year license contract with a large North American multinational investment bank” it does not name.

March 23, 2022: Wandisco announces “a deal worth $1.5mn with a top ten global telecommunications company” it does not name.

March 31, 2022: Wandisco announces “a follow-on agreement worth $1.2mn with the top ten global communications company” it does not name.

April 5, 2022: Wandisco announces “a contract worth $630k with one of the largest insurance groups in Europe,” which is does not name.

April 6, 2022: Wandisco announces a “contract worth $720k with a top 10 global retailer” it does not name.

April 7, 2022: Wandisco announces “a contract worth $213k with a world leading personal computer vendor” it does not name.

June 28, 2022: WANdisco announces “its largest ever contract with a value of $11.6mn with a top ten global communications company” it does not name.

June 30, 2022: Wandisco announces two contracts worth $2.5mn in aggregate “with leading information and communications technology providers” it does not name.

July 6, 2022: Wandisco announces a contract valued at $1.1mn “with a large financial services firm in Canada” it does not name.

September 21, 2022: Wandisco announces “its largest ever contract with a value of $25mn with a top ten global communications company” it does not name.

October 4, 2022: Wandisco announces a “follow-on agreement worth $7.1mn . ;. . with a large European automotive components supplier” it does not name.

December 13, 2022: Wandisco announces “a follow-on agreement worth a further $13.2mn .̴1;. . with a large European automotive components supplier” it does not name.

December 20, 2022: Wandisco announces “an agreement worth $31mn with a second tier 1 global telecommunications supplier” it does not name.

December 22, 2022: Wandisco announces a contract “worth $12.7mn with a global European based automotive manufacturer” it does not name.

January 10, 2023: Wandisco announces a contract “worth $6.6mn with a European-based global telecommunications service provider” it does not name.

March 7, 2023: Panmure Gordon, having been Wandisco’s joint Nomad on and off since flotation, is replaced with immediate effect by Liberum

March 9, 2023: Wandisco announces it has suspended shares due to “significant, sophisticated and potentially fraudulent irregularities with regard to received purchase orders and related revenue and bookings, as represented by one senior sales employee” it does not name.
Posted at 10/1/2023 12:07 by scrutable
The change in payment model has completely transformed the prospects for this share.
Profits are hiding in plain sight.

What more could anyone dream of? Three now of the top Global Telecoms groups and one of the German Auto behemoths plus a string of large national financial services groups incl banks make it as certain as is possible on the stock markets that the WAND share price will grow and grow to reflect the £50+m/p.a.(?) cash cow it has become. Inevitably the share offers enormous value for money because so many shareholders have understandably become pathologically disgruntled over the years and are now relieved to have an easy exit.

Until October last, I had never seen such an outrageously undervalued share in 30 years. Even now cash is flowing in up front at a rate of around 8% of cap value

There will inevitably be many more Very large groups signing up for the reasons evidenced by the first four. There will be Fibonacci share price retracements as different layers of holders take profits or cut losses. Each time there will be s further upward spike to come.
Wandisco share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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