Envivio (ENVI) is up 29% today to $3.60 after reporting 2Q net loss of ($2.479 million), for a 42% year-over-year net loss reduction. ENVI is now trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38 despite six straight quarterly net losses. ENVI's competitor in the multi-screen video delivery space is Concurrent (CCUR) and they just reported a fiscal 4Q net profit of $2.313 million up over 1,000% year-over-year, which was CCUR's 6th straight quarterly profit!
CCUR's 10-K will be filed any day now and will show positive full year free cash flow of over $6.2 million vs. ENVI's negative free cash flow of ($20 million). CCUR is the biggest steal in the market and at its current price of $7.86 has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.64!
ENVI's enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38 will value CCUR at $13.77 per share! CCUR's fundamentals are much stronger than ENVI across the board and CCUR definitely deserves a higher multiple than ENVI. Both companies are extremely similar to each other. Time Warner Cable (TWC) is using the multi-screen video technology of both companies. Both ENVI and CCUR will be unveiling major new pay-TV technology breakthroughs Sept 13-17 at IBC 2013.
CCUR's new cloud-based Network DVR technology being unveiled at IBC 2013 next week will allow pay-TV subscribers to record more TV shows at once, while having more overall storage space, and the ability to playback content on any Internet-connected device! Investors are going to load up with CCUR next week, sending it soaring into double digits. CCUR shareholders at the close of trading on Wednesday Sept 11th will receive a huge $0.12 per share cash dividend. CCUR recently doubled its dividend and is now paying a yield of 6.1% the highest in the industry!