Reality, there are many long time followers of Plus that have invested on:
1) the revenue stability of ePlus leasing business and 2) the prospects of parlaying their new software business with their existing business.
They have yet to turn their software prospects in to reality. But it is worth hanging onto Plus to see what happens.
Your concerns (though it sounds like bashing frequently) are similar to mine. Particularly since the last qtr's earmings release. I had hoped to have seen better results in software and service sales by this time. But, the risk is still low and if they can wake up and learn how to market their products, the reward could be worth the wait.
I won't hang on to Plus forever, especially if they have another low income qtr.