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I cautioned on shares in recruitment software and services group Dillistone (DSG) as they fell towards 70p in 2017 and have done so numerous times since. They’d fallen to 42.5p recently, but are currently more than 20% higher, back above 50p, on the back of a “Major Contract Award & GatedTalent Update” announcement…
Dillistone Group (DSG) has announced “GatedTalent registers 20,000th executive member” - including “having launched the innovative executive database at the end of 2017, the pace of registrations has increased considerably with the momentum achieved seeing two considerable milestones being passed in quick succession. The 10,000th registration was registered in August 2018, with the 20,000th being achieved approximately two months later”. Sounds good, but what about financials?...
After June 2017 profit warning woe, a “GatedTalent demand surpasses expectations” announcement in December and “GatedTalent signs 100th client contract” announcement in February helped shares in Dillistone Group (DSG) go on to exceed 100p. There’s now an AGM trading update…
Dillistone Group (DSG), “the AIM quoted supplier of recruitment software for the international recruitment industry… is pleased to announce its audited final results for the 12 months ended 31 December 2017”, including emphasising “2017 was an exciting year for the Dillistone Group with the launch of GatedTalent”. The shares have responded… er, currently 10% lower, to 86p…
A “GatedTalent signs 100th client contract”-entitled announcement from recruitment industry software group Dillistone (DSG). Sounds ramptastic, let’s take a look…
Shares in Dillistone Group (DSG) are currently more than 20% ahead, heading towards 80p, on the back of a Trading Update & Notice of Results announcement… but then they were also approaching 100p around a year ago, so what’s the story here?...
In June Dillistone (DSG) delivered a “significantly below market expectations” warning, though sought to mitigate by emphasising a confidential new product it reckoned “has the potential to transform the nature of our business and to deliver significant shareholder value”. The shares would still fall from 84.5p towards 50p, but are currently soaring back above 70p today on the back of a 'GatedTalent demand surpasses expectations' announcement…
A “Trading & New Product Update” announcement from recruitment industry software group Dillistone (DSG) commences that, having previously noted some market softness, “as we have moved further into the year, we have seen some improvement in terms of the volume of new business wins and are pleased to have taken a number of clients from our direct competitors”. Sounds encouraging, but what? The shares currently down 15% (at sub 72p)! Better read on…
Shares in recruitment software group Dillistone (DSG) have slipped back from more than 110p in July and in excess of 100p for most of last month to a current 96.5p. The company’s house broker, WH Ireland, has now updated and the following updates my view.
Having noted in its results earlier this year that “our development team has continued to develop the FileFinder product, and has delivered performance and functionality improvements since launch. The division expects to make an important product related announcement later this year”, shares in recruitment software group Dillistone (DSG) are currently approaching 3% higher, at 105.5p. This is on the back of the new product announcement. I provide an update in the following.
I first commented on recruitment software group Dillistone (DSG) on this website in June last year – concluding that the shares at 78.5p looked decent value for income seeking investors. I most recently updated in February – being more cautious with the shares having then reached 116.5p (see HERE). Currently at around 100p, the following updates with the company having updated on trading in June and more recently announced the signing of a contract with a ‘Fortune 50’, “major global corporation”.
Recruitment software group Dillistone (DSG) has updated that its results should show 2013 performance “in line with market expectations”. Apparently,“the positive trends seen in the first half of 2013 were cemented by some notable successes in the second half though trading was somewhat variable across territories”.
AIM-listed recruitment software group Dillistone (DSG) has updated that it “has enjoyed strong trading in the first half and currently expects to achieve a satisfactory performance for the year”. The shares currently trade approaching 4% higher, at 80p, in response and the following reviews…
AIM-listed recruitment software company Dillistone (DSG) has announced an initial £0.75 million (and up to £1.95 million subject to various recurring revenue targets over the period ending 31st March 2015 being achieved) acquisition of FCP Internet, a software-as-a-service provider (of its ‘Evolve’ product) to recruitment agencies in the UK.
Dillistone notes that “FCP operates in the same market sector as the group's Voyager software business” and...
I first wrote on AIM-listed recruitment software company, Dillistone Group (DSG), a few years ago, since when the shares have performed quite well. I now come across them again following an AGM trading update earlier this month.
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