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The Company is a provider of workforce and service management products and solutions.
As the economy picks up and corporate purse strings aren't so tight I expect this stock will pick up.
Strong growth and financials.
Great management coupled with rising revenues. Greatly undervalued.
business optimization that will be needed as companies try to squeeze out profits
Are you really going to bet against the Israeli Air Force?
low PEG, strong price uptrend
Adding back in after post-earnings haircut. Don't end this pick for at least 2-3 years! (Remember ININ!)
High growth, leader in work force management
Going with the mob on this one.
See what other fools say. I agree
I have several years experience in scheduling and I know the advantage of scheduling software as advanced as Clicksoftware. I have not seen a competitor with a product even close. This can save a company time in scheduling and making the most of the employees available. You constantly hear of new companies that Clicksoftware has partnered up with. I think the extra help in sales will help them to continue to be a leader in creating the best product.
Strong balance sheets and a service that is important to many companys + a lot of cash
Long term growth stock. Fundamentals are good and product well liked and sells well. Their own marketing of their company to investors is what makes this a slow mover.
just a guess
ClickSoftware is clicking on all cylinders. Growththis year could exceed 25%. The Deals announcedand deal producing partnerships with other companieswill propel Click at an increasing growth rate throughout the year. IBM and SAP are both workingto enhance Click for what will probably be a recordbreaking first quarter.
Zero Debt, solid business model, and superb management team
Long Term Spec Play
fast growth cash machine
Looks like a top performer in both technology, product delivery and ability to maintain large scale business relationship with large Fortune 500 companies. I like the fact that their customer realy like the products and feel that they are able to generate good returns. I am quite conviced that in the long run this is suite of products that either SAP, Oracle or IBM would like to have as thier own hence the potential upside of a buyout bidding war.
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