The stock's been a big disappointment since its IPO. ITGR is in the investor doghouse, and it is this neglect that causes this stock to trade a such a low price to cash flow ratio.
This extreme undervaluation is consistent with your observation regarding ITGR's lengthy and ultimately powerful basing. And once a breakout above the $3 3/4 to $4 zone occurs, we could see a substantial upside move. How high is hard to predict - I hate to use those couple of big upward spikes as targets. But once the sellers at recent prices are finished, we should start to move up.
My guess is that the catalyst will be the release of either the September or December quarter results.