Issued Share Capital 

Netcall plc's share capital consists of 138,901,993 Ordinary Shares of 5p of which 1,869,181 shares are held in treasury. The total number of voting rights in Netcall plc is therefore 137,032,812. There are no restrictions on the transfer of shares in Netcall plc.

Significant Shareholders

  Number of shares Percentage of shares in issue
ISIS EP LLP 24,695,154 18.0%
Charles Stanley Group plc 6,848,687 5.0%
Investec Wealth Investments Ltd 8,508,018 6.2%
Octopus Investment 6,177,661 4.5%


Shares Not In Public Hands

The percentage of shares not in public hands is 23.9% of the issued share capital.

Details of any other Exchange or Trading Platform

The company is not listed on any other exchanges or trading platforms.


Information last updated: 7 October 2014

Customer Quotes (Stop animation)

“Plans to recruit additional customer service telephone advisors have not had to be realised, saving the authority at least £37,000 in salary and on-costs.”

“Staff response to the solutions has been very positive and, all in all, it is a good value solution which supports our switchboard teams when the volume of calls exceeds staff availability.”

“QueueBuster has enabled us to manage our peaks and troughs far more proactively and at a lower cost to serve per customer”

“Our aim throughout this exercise was to achieve the right balance. QMax has helped us to achieve this. It has been integral to the success of the project.”

“Internal communications have improved and the use of ContactPortal has promoted mobile working, enabling a quick response to a staff query or voicemail. This has further enhanced overall staff productivity.”

“Argyll and Bute Council seek to use forefront technologies to deliver high quality, efficient services and the partnership with Netcall means the council’s switchboard, customer service centre ACD and telephone payments systems now work through and with the wider Lync system used by all council employees.”

“Our intention is that the reminder system will be used for patients who are due to come into the hospital for planned, elective surgery. The potential financial benefit is likely to be even greater than outpatients, due to the high cost of wasted operating theatre time.”