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Share Price Information for Blue Prism (PRSM)

Share Price: 1,607.00Bid: 1,608.00Ask: 1,612.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Blue Prism
Spread: 4.00Spread as %: 0.25%Open: 1,615.00High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 1,607.00

Blue Prism Group Plc Ord 1P

Blue Prism is part of the IT Services sector

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GBX GB 76.58m £1,230.58m 1,000

52 Week High 2,635.00 52 Week High Date 10-SEP-2018
52 Week Low 1,002.00 52 Week Low Date 27-DEC-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
0 0 0 -40.256 -39.92 0.00 0.00

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Directors Deals for Blue Prism (PRSM)
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Gary Johnson held the position of CFO at Blue Prism Group at the time of this trade.
 Gary Johnson
17-Oct-17Notification of Holding
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Jason Kingdon held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Blue Prism Group at the time of this trade.
 Jason Kingdon
17-Oct-17Notification of Holding
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Alastair Bathgate held the position of CEO at Blue Prism Group at the time of this trade.
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Posts: 41
Opinion:No Opinion
RE: Irene?
14 Apr '19
Irene's poo pooed the Amazon example previously, many companies which burn through cash initially, BP appears to be a case of disruption to the market and I suspect will get snapped up soonish e.g. IBM has just bid for Red Hat which Irene will be familiar with being a software engineer. Think it was for $34 billion.
Posts: 33
Opinion:No Opinion
RE: Irene?
9 Apr '19
"Here are five (3 here) successful companies that also didn't make a dollar for almost five or more years.

Frederick W. Smith first came up with an overnight-delivery company back in 1962 that he outlined in a paper while attending Yale University. Smith went on to become a successful businessman who took his personal wealth of $4 million, along with another $90 million from investors, to found his delivery company in 1971.

However, Federal Express failed to take off initially and was on the verge of bankruptcy. Smith took the company's last $5,000, flew to Vegas, and played blackjack. The gamble literally paid off. Smith made $24,000, which was enough to cover the cost of fuel and keep the company afloat for another week.

With a little more time, Smith raised another $11 million to keep Federal Express running. The company made its first profit in July 1975. Today, the Memphis-based company enjoys total revenue of more than $3 billion.

You've probably heard the origins of Amazon by now. Jeff Bezos left his cushy gig on Wall Street and moved to Seattle to sell books online from his garage in 1994. By 1996, Amazon had sales that reached $15.7 million and $147.8 million in 1997. Needless to say, people were intrigued.

Then, by the end of the decade, Amazon wasn't as promising as it once seemed. Despite having revenues of $1.6 billion in 1999, Amazon still managed to lose $719 million. Things didn't get better in 2000, when it was found that Amazon had just around "$350 million of cash on hand," despite raising billions of dollars.

Jeff Bezos finally turned a profit in 2003, which was nine years after being founded and seven years after going public. Bezos was able to turn things around for Amazon by laying off one-seventh of Amazon's work force and closing some distribution centers.

In the decade following Amazon's first profit, there's still debate as to whether it actually makes money. For example, there was an article from NASDAQ in October 2013 that asked "Will Amazon Ever Make Money?" However, former Amazon employee and shareholder Eugene Wei argues that Amazon does make a profit on most items sold on the site and has a profitable model as well.

Turner Broadcasting System
Ted Turner definitely came a long way after purchasing his first TV station, UHF channel 17, in 1970. Within a decade, Turner purchased the Atlanta Hawks, the Atlanta Braves, and Superstation 17.

In 1979, Turner changed the name of his company from Turner Communications Group to Turner Broadcasting System Inc. and launched the world's first all-news network--Cable News Network, or CNN. CNN premiered on June 1, 1980, with 1.7 million subscribers, which was enough to keep the channel afloat. In 1982, Turner launched CNN2 and merged with MGM Entertainment after a $1.5 billion deal in 1985, which gave Turner access to MGM's film vaults which created even more channels.
Posts: 33
Opinion:Strong Buy
Blue Prism prospects for 2019
8 Apr '19
An interesting article about Blue prism's prospects etc:

"Yet if you mention the name Blue Prism to many analysts and commentators – even seasoned IT journalists – the answer tends to be “Who?” The fact that a British software company in two markets of the moment – AI and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – has an AIM capitalisation of £1.2 billion ($1.57 billion) and has sprung from the UK’s ‘Northern Powerhouse’ – Warrington, between Liverpool and Manchester – seems to have escaped their attention. Is Blue Prism just not Shoreditch or Cambridge enough to write about?

How can a $1.5 billion British outfit with offices in New York, Washington DC, Miami, Austin, Chicago, and San Francisco – as well as in London, Paris, Munich, Solna, Bangalore, Sydney, Tokyo, and Singapore – still fly under the radar? After all, this is a company with a customer list that includes Lockheed Martin, Jaguar LandRover, eBay, drug store giant Walgreens, Siemens, Lloyds, O2, Heineken, Fujitsu, Du Pont, Mitsubishi, Dow, Accenture, and EY. Indeed, it has partnerships in place with all the major consultancies and systems integrators....................."
Posts: 362
Opinion:No Opinion
RE: Irene?
21 Mar '19
Should have put in a short at 1800p Irene...
Posts: 9
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Fund Group reason for buying
20 Mar '19
Hi All. I was at a presentation by Cornelian Asset Managers yesterday and they are pretty keen on this company and they have a holding of about 0.6% across all of their 5 risk rated funds. While acknowledging the company isn't making money at present, they cited the following reasons for the purchase:

- Global leader in robotoc process automation
- Revenue growth 125% in 2018
- 95% recurring revenue
- 100% customer renewal rate; upsale momentum
- 100 million equity raise

The have added this position since November, so obviously bought into the dip, but they implied it could be a long hold for them.
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