American Software traded at $16.34 this Tuesday May 24th, decreasing $0.53 or 3.14 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, American Software lost 11.05 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 18.63 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast American Software to be priced at 16.36 by the end of this quarter and at 15.17 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Agilysys 37.64 -1.12 -2.88% -25.04%
American Software 16.34 -0.53 -3.14% -18.63%
Bsquare 1.34 0.02 1.52% -38.53%
ChannelAdvisor 13.15 -0.20 -1.50% -46.08%
IBM 133.61 2.44 1.86% -7.08%
KINAXIS 132.72 -13.28 -9.10% -6.44%
Lightspeed POS Inc 27.43 -2.08 -7.05% -68.74%
Manhattan Associates 114.91 -3.14 -2.66% -14.02%
Mix Telematics 9.83 -0.14 -1.40% -29.38%
Model N 21.35 -0.58 -2.62% -36.77%
Microsoft 259.23 -1.42 -0.54% 2.98%
Oracle 68.96 -1.09 -1.55% -12.53%
RealNetworks 0.60 0.01 1.42% -74.21%
SAP 99.54 -0.29 -0.29% -29.62%
SeaChange International 0.70 -0.05 -6.41% -37.12%
Xunlei 1.21 -0.11 -8.33% -73.98%

Indexes Price Day Year
USND 11264 -270.83 -2.35% -17.52%
US2000 1765 -27.94 -1.56% -19.99%

American Software
American Software, Inc. (American Software) develops, markets and supports a portfolio of software and services that delivers enterprise management, supply chain and retail planning solutions to the marketplace. The Company operates through three business segments: Supply Chain Management (SCM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Information Technology (IT) Consulting. The SCM segment consists of Logility, Inc. and its subsidiary, Demand Management, Inc. (DMI), both of which provide supply chain and retail planning solutions to trading partners. The ERP segment consist of American Software ERP, which provides business software for manufacturers and distributors, and New Generation Computing, Inc. (NGC), which provides industry-specific business software to both retailers and manufacturers in the apparel, footwear, sewn products and furniture industries. The IT Consulting segment consists of The Proven Method, Inc., an IT staffing and consulting services firm.