No. It will not be this quarter. The company saw an opportunity to add sales reps more quickly than anticipated due to "slips" by the competition. They jumped on the opportunity and added sales reps more quickly than anticipated. Their focus is on revenue growth. They are seeking rapid gains in market share before their competition can re-group. They also want to take advantage of recent reimbursement changes that benefit the company. It's a solid strategy.
Based on adding so many sales people in the first quarter, I think it would be quite a challenge to have positive EPS. The analysts are all calling for a loss larger than the one they had in the 4th quarter which was around $1.4. Lake Street's guy is estimating $3 million but turning profitable in the 3rd qtr. .