Looking for some small cap shares to buy? Then have a look at the ones listed below.
Here’s why they could be worth getting better acquainted with:
Ai-Media Technologies Ltd (ASX: AIM)
The first small cap to watch is Ai-Media Technologies. Its cloud-based technology platform provides live and recorded captioning, transcription, subtitles, translation and speech analytics to customers across the ANZ, North American, EMEA and Asia markets. These customers range from universities, schools, government and non government organisations, SMEs and individual content producers, events, global and domestic broadcasters and OTT streaming services.
Bell Potter is positive on the company. It currently has a buy rating and $1.50 price target on its shares. This compares to the latest Ai-Media Technologies share price of 72.5 cents.
Bigtincan Holdings Ltd (ASX: BTH)
Another small cap to watch is Bigtincan. It is a provider of enterprise mobility software that allows sales and service organisations to improve mobile worker productivity through smart devices. The company notes that global businesses including Nike, Guess, Prudential, and Starwood Hotels trust Bigtincan to enable customer-facing teams to intelligently prepare, engage, measure and continually improve the buying experience for their customers.
Morgan Stanley is a fan of Bigtincan and has an overweight rating and $2.10 price target on its shares. This is notably higher than the current Bigtincan share price of 98.5 cents.
Serko Ltd (ASX: SKO)
A final small cap to watch is this online travel booking and expense management provider. Serko recently raised NZ$75 million to support its growth strategy. This includes Serko’s global marketplace strategy, which is aiming to transform the company from an online booking tool into a distributed marketplace.
Ord Minnett appears pleased with these plans. It recently retained its buy rating and lifted its price target on Serko’s shares to $8.10. This compares to the current Serko share price of $6.49.