Technology One (TNE)
Technology One Ltd. engages in the provision of enterprise software solutions. It operates through the following segments: Sales & Marketing, Consulting, Plus, Research & Development, Cloud, and Corporate. The Sales & Marketing segment engages in licensing and provides support to its customers. The Consulting segment provides implementation and consultation services. The Plus segment provides custom software development services for large scale, purpose built applications. The Research & Development segment engages in the research, development and support for its products. The Cloud segment delivers cloud hosting services to its customers. The Corporate segment is engaged in the aggregation of the corporate services functions costs and revenue, and corporately funded projects. The company was founded by Adrian Di Marco in 1987 and is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia.
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Monday, June 22, 2015
Before their share prices started to skyrocket, what was it about REA Group (CODE:REA), Technology One (CODE:TNE) and Slater & Gordon (CODE:SGH) that made fund managers fall head over heels in love?
If you take a fundamental approach to uncovering top growth stocks, you’re more likely to find businesses that have built the foundation that will catapult them to the top of a growth investor’s wish list.
Following this approach, you want to see three key features to make you confident that the business can deliver on its future growth forecasts: top management, strong profitability and a top-notch balance sheet.
Monday, June 01, 2015
If you don’t have stock alerts set up, you could be missing out on important changes in Skaffold… and buy and sell opportunities.
Over the last month Skaffold has updated it’s stock rating for 27 companies, based upon their latest financial results.
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Thursday, October 09, 2014
With the low growth environment likely to continue for some time, investors chasing double-digit growth need to look beyond cyclicals wired to the struggling Australian economy, and refocus on sectors displaying what are known as ‘secular growth opportunities’. For those unfamiliar with the term, ‘secular’ refers to companies with growth upside that’s less reliant on macroeconomic drivers and more hitched to company or sector-specific dynamics.
Friday, September 05, 2014
S&P announced changes to the ASX 20, ASX 200, ASX 300 and All Australian 50 and 200 today.
The mandates for some fund managers require them to hold a position in companies in one of the indexes. So as soon as a company’s moves into an index, all of a sudden its on the radar of dozens, possibly hundreds, of institutional fund managers controlling a large chunk of Australia’s superannuation pie.
For private investors, the S&P rebalance may represent an opportunity to secure your place in a business (only the best ones, of course), whose market capitalisation could be artificially pushed up by institutional shareholders scurrying to rebalance their portfolios.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Another positive announcement, another share price spike.
Given Technology One’s track record – a top rated stock for nine of the past 10 years – should the market be surprised?
Skaffold’s automated algorithms crunched the half-year numbers last night and deemed TNE worthy of retaining its A1 status. What’s your view? Do you already own TNE? Are you buying?
Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Technology One’s business spans research, development, sales, marketing, customer support, implementation and consulting. Its customers include local, state and federal governments, education institutions, community service providers and businesses operating in the healthcare, financial services and utilities sectors. TNE is one of Australia’s largest publicly listed software companies and has been rated A1 for 5 of the past 10 years. Aside from a slide to A4 in 2007, the company has maintained a consistently high Skaffold Score of A1 or A2.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Today when you login to Skaffold, navigate to the Skaffold Score Evaluate screen for AMP Limited, Coca-Cola Amatil, Westfield, Rio Tinto or Westpac (they’re just a few companies whose Skaffold Score changed last night). You’ll notice the 2012 columns look a little different. Skaffold’s interim Scores ensure you have access to the latest reported financial information for every company. Skaffold’s Scores are based on past reported results and do not take into consideration future value forecasts. The Scores are completely objective and manufactured independently of human intervention and personal opinion. Continue reading the see a summary of the companies that reported at 30 June and their resulting interim Skaffold Scores.