Yep I agree that both companies are gems in any portfolio. There is room for both in this great big world. It will get interesting once TIS divulged its Mobile Check Deposit clients in the US.
Perhaps the fact that Jimmy earned both an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and an MBA from Harvard University then had success at many companies makes him bonafide?
Regardless I am not fond of the man' s total disregard for shareholders and one if the top goals of a CEO which is to enhance share value. Perhaps bonus and stock awards should also be tied to some share value number or range? Given his prior history with the compensation committee I doubt he will ever be held accountable.
I am not fond of the Mitek CEO - Jim DeBello. He has exhibited total disdain for shareholders. Remember he railroaded the compensation committee into awarding him millions of shares several years ago and fired the compensation committee chairman as he had the guts to stand up to Jim DeBello. I guess his motto is - Greed is good!
Hey gilkey just do a Google Search for "pr web us dataworks".
You strayed from being objective once you posted a warning and tipped your hand regarding the flooded EBPP market.
The news is a good sign as the contract is for five years and includes additional add ons powered by Revo. IMHO any incremental income is welcome.
Actually such plans are not as transparent as you think. A study found that 10b51 shields an insider but is not as automatic as you may think.
There you go commencents - finally seeing DeBello for the man he really is. Big question is - were the recent news releases announced to allow Jimmy the ability to sell into the news?
US Dataworks Signs BOK Financial to a Five-Year Agreement to Provide EBPP Solution Powered by Revo Payments
US Dataworks, Inc., a leader in payment processing solutions, is pleased to extend our Clearingworks® platform to BOK Financial, the parent company to seven banking divisions.
Sugar Land, TX (PRWEB) December 11, 2013US Dataworks, Inc.(UDWK), a leader in payment processing solutions, is pleased to extend our Clearingworks® platform to BOK Financial, the parent company to seven banking divisions: Bank of Albuquerque, Bank of Arizona, Bank of Arkansas, Bank of Kansas City, Bank of Oklahoma, Bank of Texas, and Colorado State Bank and Trust. BOK Financial will be using the Clearingworks platform in combination with the Revo Payments EBPP solution to provide consolidated electronic bill/invoice presentment and payment to their business customers.
The new product offering is expected to be launched by BOK Financial in early 2014 and will provide a simple solution to the growing need for electronic billing and payments. BOK Financial is currently using the Clearingworks platform as part of their traditional Lockbox solution for retail bill payments. Extending this service to include both electronic and paper payments is a bold strategic move by BOK Financial and one that will provide a significant advantage in the markets they serve.
Additionally, US Dataworks, through its partnership with Revo Payments, is offering electronic bill presentment as a bank service to simplify the entire receivables process for businesses. The complete solution offers a unique industry-specific user interface which makes it simple to implement EBPP for a wide variety of businesses. Packaging it with other treasury management services takes the the pain and risk out of electronic bill presentment.
Really – your son thought that the end viewer was going to pay a fee after reading the Press Release. I do not believe that anyone would jump to that conclusion. What are they teaching in school? Whatever happened to reading comprehension? You should demand a refund of your son’s tuition or school tax.
Not an issue - every shop has both platforms in-house unless it is a small s-corporation with only one employee. The technology will be adoptedand add to top as well as bottom line revenue growth. Patience Grasshopper - the patents themselves are worth more than the current market cap and you know that.
Arbitrary target based on future expectations. A more realistic 12 month target range is $8 to $12 based on progected revenue growth alone.