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WSP - Whispir Limited

Discussion in 'Stocks Q-Z' started by System, Jun 7, 2019.

  1. System

    System Administrator

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    Whispir is a global scale software-as-a-service (SaaS) company, founded in 2001 to provide a communications workflow platform that automates interactions between businesses and people.

    Whispir's products enable organisations to improve their communications through automated workflows to ensure stakeholders receive accurate, timely, useful and actionable insights in a manner that is sensitive to individual contexts and preferences.

    The Whispir platform is industry agnostic and is a product for all business organisations. Whispir's customers range from small organisations that have adopted the platform for a single use case and a small group of people, to large government departments servicing millions of people. Other common industries Whispir service include: banking and finance, insurance, transport and logistics, utilities, telecommunications, emergency services, education, healthcare and government.

    It is anticipated that WSP will list on the ASX during June 2019.

  2. Dona Ferentes

    Dona Ferentes

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    Whispir specialises in the development and provision of communications management systems via a cloud-based platform. The Group enables the integration of smart applications and micro communications services into existing workflow solutions to automate specific areas of business critical communications across mobile/email/voice/social/web.

    WSP operates across three key regions of ANZ, Asia and North America.

    Since IPO in June 2019, it has traded well and recovered from the Covid sell-off to be well above initial offer price. This has been helped by a good 01 June update, with
    The company seems to have been a beneficiary during Covid, picking up new customers and adding services to existing ones.
    • Increased demand for communications software
    • Increased platform use for business critical COVID-19 interactions
    • Improved productivity and operating efficiency

    The software could be up and running in 24 hours, in most cases.

    (don't hold; not yet)
  3. finicky


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    Oct 19, 2005
    Looked at this just yesterday. Claude Walker stock. As usual I don't understand it - tech stock, but it's not making a profit, is new to ASX and sells for high multiple of book value (which admittedly they all do) so I'm leaving it till a crash to pick up a sampler.

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