VDSI Jan.-April runups last 2 years--AMAZING GAINS--
Taken directly from the charts:
VDSI went from $7.10 to $14.72 from 1/24/2011-4/4/2011------
from $6.42 to $10.96 from 1/2/2012-3/26/2012-----
from $$7.97 to ???? from 1/3/2013-4/1-2013???
With the company getting stronger and signing up major international customers and accounts, this year should not only be very strong for Vasco, but could be the best year in company history! When the stock begins it's run this year it's going to take off like a thouroughbred.
I noticed that SCMagazine stated that DigiPass users are paying $4 per user per month due to the enhanced security functions within the backend Digipass server sw. The mag notes that Vasco is still the Best Buy solution for this space, even with the higher pricing. If this pricing is in play in the recent Belgium/ Italy wins, that new business is way more lucrative revenue-wise than we initially surmised.
Also, EnTrust, Vasco's partner, was voted the Gold award for 2012 in securing "endpoints", which include tablets and smart phones.
This is the beginning of the Mobile Big Data (unstructured) deluge..the Mobile Internet DataTsunami.
U.S. companies will realize what others in the biz already know: that 2 factor security with secure endpoints is the best way to deal with the increasing sophistication of international/ sovereign country hacking. The US mobile banking/ payment movie is ripe for hacking.
The Square USB security dongle for tablets/ smartphones only uses PGP and SSL security which is replete with documented hacks and not considered "robust".
Vasco needs to publish a white paper on this ASAP: why DigiPass is 10X better security than a USB dongle for the United States/ North America market. Canada is one country that is now looking closely at this.
Vasco is rapidly rising in both it's ratings and adaptation worldwide and at some point will begin to reach "critical mass" where businesses, enterprises, and financial institutiions all realize that 2-factor security indeed has become the "standard of care"( to use a medical term). I appreciate KcaliusKurt's input, especially from the other side of the pond, but I also think his numbers are a little light and revenue will be considerably greater than previously thought.