Concurrent (CCUR) the world's #1 video on demand (VOD) technology developer - now beginning to capitalize on the huge new multi-screen spending boom. There have been 45mm online streams of the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament games this year up 158% from last year and 60% of them were over mobile devices! CCUR is well positioned to capitalize on this. CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen platform can deliver video in any format, to any screen, over any network, at any time and they just signed a huge new multi-screen client Virgin Media (VMED), the largest cable TV company in the UK.
CCUR launched the world's first VOD service for Time Warner Cable in 1999 and ran from $7 to $200+. TWC is now using CCUR's 6th generation of VOD technology. CCUR has a huge loyal client base of multi-billion dollar clients with 212 global deployments and reach of 50mm VOD homes worldwide!
CCUR is currently trading for $7.24 with only 9.2mm shares outstanding and $24.6mm in cash. CCUR has an extremely low enterprise value of $42mm or just 0.69x revenue with huge gross margins of 58.81%! CCUR's EPS has just doubled on a quarter-to-quarter basis two quarters in a row! CCUR's two main rivals with closest market share and margins are SEAC and CSCO and they're both trading with enterprise value/revenue ratios of 1.81, which CCUR clearly deserves to trade at as well. This would value CCUR for around $15 per share.