Sopheon (LSE:SPE) is an international provider of software and services for product life cycle management. Our Accolade® solution supports strategic roadmapping, idea development, product portfolio management and the creation, commercialization and replacement of products. It enables users to achieve sustainable market differentiation by synchronizing product ideation, planning and innovation process execution. Sopheon has operating bases in the United States, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, with distribution, implementation and support channels worldwide.
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Financial information is published on the company’s website in accordance with legislation in the United Kingdom governing the preparation and dissemination of financial information, which may vary from legislation in other jurisdictions. The maintenance and integrity of the group's website is the responsibility of the directors. The directors' responsibility also extends to the ongoing integrity of the financial information contained therein.
Sopheon plc is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
About Sopheon Shares
Sopheon has one class of shares, ordinary 20p shares, and has 9,999,378 shares in issue. So far, as the company is aware, 46.7% of its securities are not in public hands as defined by the AIM rules. The company is not aware of any restrictions on the transfer of its securities.
Shareholders with a significant notified interest in Sopheon shares are:
B.K. Mence (Director) 22.95%
S.A Silcock (Director): 5.41%
Rivomore Limited: 24.95%
Exchanges & Ticker Symbols
London Stock Exchange: SPE
Listed Securities: Ordinary Shares of 20p each
The above information is provided in accordance with AIM Rule 26 and was last updated on December 29, 2017.
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