Concurrent (CCUR) will report 4Q results on August 27th and their EPS is expected to be up 350%, double their year-over-year EPS growth last quarter of 175%! In recent quarters: CCUR's revenues have grown from $14.71mm to $15mm to $16.59mm and to $16.93mm; CCUR's gross profit has grown from $8.446mm to $8.812mm to $9.543mm and to $10mm; CCUR's operating profit has grown from $0.187mm, to $0.413mm to $0.876mm, and to $1.233mm; and CCUR's net income has grown from $0.209mm to $0.325mm to $0.673mm and to $0.937mm.
On August 27th, CCUR will report their first ever profitable fiscal year since 2002, when CCUR had a billion dollar market cap. Today, CCUR's enterprise value is less than $50mm. CCUR has a huge cash position of $22.37mm that likely grew in the 4Q to $28-$30mm. CCUR has trailing twelve month free cash flow of $5.6mm, which grew in the 3Q by 46% from $3.834mm, and likely grew in the 4Q by at least 25% to $7mm.
CCUR's closest two rivals SEAC and HLIT are currently trading with enterprise value/free cash flow ratios of 18.11 and 12.88, respectively - and average of 15.50. If CCUR reports on August 27th that their fiscal full year 2013 free cash flow was $7mm, an enterprise value of 15.50 X $7mm will give CCUR an enterprise value of $108.5mm. A cash position of $28-$30mm will give CCUR a market cap of $136.5mm-$138.5mm. Divided by 8.754mm o/s will give CCUR a share price of $15.59-$15.82. CCUR increased their dividend by 100% one week into the final month of the 4Q, which bodes very well for 4Q results. CCUR now pays a HUGE dividend yield of 6%, the highest in its industry! CCUR is the video on demand (VOD) market share leader, ahead of SEAC and HLIT - and CCUR has much higher gross and operating profit margins than SEAC and HLIT!