As Hootie noted earlier, I too hate the lack of movement in ePlus. I think it is due to it still being an undiscovered stock AND poor marketing.
Like Jasmine, I will eagerly look forward to the next qtr earnings release to see if they finally start generating momentum in software and service revenue.
Since ePlus is already cash flow positive and it has many leasing clients already, the potential to expand its new software and services is really the hook to invest in this company.
I used to work for a leasing/PC company that attempted to "catch" the wave of ecommerce, and failed miserably by jumping in head first. ePlus appears to be moving methodically in expanding beyond its leasing business. This could pay off very well for us if ePlus executes. If ePlus doesn't execute very well, the downside is very minimal since it still has a strong leasing business.
I have seen bad attempts of expanding beyond core business. ePlus does not look like other bad attempts I have seen by other companies.