Just listened. Outstanding and very encouraging.
Crossed the line of profitability, growing by leaps and bounds, will expand into other service areas with the hospitals which will be discussed in a few months, possibly moving into the major higher learning institutions in the future.
Hewlett Packard is one of their vendors and mentioned as the major supplier of copiers to hospitals. I can foresee a buyout coming in the future...or at least an attempt.
Very nice presentation and slides today, with a Seeking Alpha transcript now available The stock probably has ten times as much long-term upside potential as downside risk. Based on data presented, the following analysis may be of interest.
A 15-20% EBITDA margin, lets use 18%, on $100M sales in 5 years gives $18M EBITDA. Ignoring NOL's for comparability with other companies and using 40% Federal and state taxes, and a little I, D, and A, you get $10M of net income. Five years from now fully diluted shares might be 33.3M, giving EPS of 30 cents per share on a fully-taxed basis. This track record and a little more recognition and you are talking about a $5+ stock. Today's close of $1.45 -- $5.00 in 5 years = 28% compound annual rate of return.