Though the company is growing, it's not treated as a growth stock.
Maybe that's because their plan is to grow by acquisition and therefore not organically, or perhaps it's because they're not a manufacturer and more of a service provider.
The stock is all over the place, and IMO, its because low daily volume (caused by low interest for the above reasons) creates the opportunity for managed trading for small profits by deep pocket traders using algorithms.
What would happen if DTLK decided to pay a quarterly $0.04 (roughly 2%/year) cash dividend?
With the current number of outstanding shares, it would cost them about $720K/quarter, which I think they could handle.
IMO, this would create a reason for institutions and retail shareholders to hold the stock, and might help to create interest in the stock and serve as a regulator of the price (too low, and the dividend yield looks high, too high a price, and the dividend yield seems low).