Paycom ist ein Anbieter von cloudbasierter Personalmanagment Software.
"Paycom is the only HR technology provider with a single-database, end-to-end product providing solutions for Talent Acquisition, Time and Labor Management, Payroll, Talent Management and HR Management, all in one application."
Erwartetes Gewinnwachstum in den nächsten 5 Jahren ca. 45% pro Jahr!
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Hat sich in der aktuellen Korrektur sehr stark gehalten und die Chancen auf einen charttechnischen Ausbruch stehen gut.
Board of Directors has authorized a stock repurchase plan under which up to $50,000,000 is available to purchase shares of Paycom's outstanding common stock, par value $0.01 per share, over the next 24 months.
In a note to investors Tuesday, Barclays analyst Raimo Lenschow said the underlying story in Paycom Software Inc remains very healthy.
Lenschow said Paycom has large opportunities still ahead. Only represented in 42 out of 120 potential markets, the company is adding more products, and existing offices are now beginning to benefit from repeat business with established contacts.
Brian Feroldi: Most investors have heard of Jeff Bezos, Larry Page, and Tim Cook, but another CEO that I think is deserving of high praise is Chad Richison. He founded online payroll processing company Paycom (NYSE:PAYC) back in 1998 and has remained at the helm ever since. Under his leadership, the company has steadily expanded its list of services and has become a major player in helping other businesses manage their back-office HR functions.
But there's more to great management than just producing stellar financial results. Paycom has also done a great job treating its employees well, too. On company-review site glassdoor.com, Paycom was voted as one of the best places to work in 2016. Employees are currently assigning the company strong 3.8-star rating, and 84% of them approve of the CEO. Those are impressive numbers for a company that's still in hypergrowth mode.
With strong leadership in place, a recurring revenue business model, and a happy employee base, Paycom easily qualifies as one of the best-run companies in tech.
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The maker of cloud-based human capital management solutions holds the No. 1 slot within the No. 7-ranked enterprise software industry group.
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Among the reasons Paycom appeals to fund managers is its 117% average EPS growth over the last three quarters, 46% three-year annual sales growth rate and 27.2% return on equity. Plus, Paycom's estimated 94% EPS growth for this year is the highest among IBD's Sector Leaders.
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"We believe our success is due to the growing recognition of the benefits that can be gained from Paycom's single database architecture," Paycom Chief Executive Chad Richison said on a conference call with analysts on Aug. 2. "We are still in the early stages of a multiyear mission to gain market share and grow into one of the largest providers of cloud-based payroll and human capital management software,"
Paycom Software reported not-so-encouraging third-quarter 2016 results, with the top line beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate by a slight margin and the bottom line posting a loss, which compared unfavorably with the consensus mark. However, revenues increased on a year-over-year basis. Also, the company provided an encouraging fourth-quarter revenue guidance and raised its fiscal 2016 guidance.
Revenue growth seems to be steady and was positively impacted by higher recurring revenues and higher traction in cloud-based offerings. Better-than-expected demand for advanced human capital management and payroll software solutions during the reported quarter were the other positives.
We believe that the higher adoption of Paycom Software?s Affordable Care Act (?ACA?) dashboard application that tracks employee count, employee status and health care plan affordability will act as a tailwind for the company in the long run. Also, Paycom Software might witness long-term growth by successfully cross-selling newer products to the existing client base, which will boost revenues, going forward.
"Paycom is beginning to anniversary the ACA benefit, which is well understood, in our view," Pacific Crest analyst Brent Bracelin said in his research note late Tuesday. "What is less well understood is that revenue beats and raises may be more modest going forward. Paycom's profitability should support its valuation." He maintained his overweight rating on Paycom stock.
Said Credit Suisse analysts in their research note Wednesday: "We view PAYC shares as attractive due to: (1) the company's disruptive comprehensive HCM (human capital management, or HR) suite and cloud-based, single database architecture; (2) our belief that PAYC will continue to increase its market share of the large and growing outsourced payroll/HCM software market; and (3) our expectations for strong, sustainable ANRR (annualized net recurring revenue) growth driven by maturing sales offices productivity increases and aggressive new sales offices expansion. ..."
While it is tough to identify the exact cause of the decline, my best guess is that some traders felt that the company's valuation had simply gotten ahead of itself. After all, shares of Paycom had soared more than 30% year to date, which pushed its trailing P/E ratio over 80. That likely caused some traders to go into profit-taking mode on the stock on Wednesday.
Short-term price movements aside, Paycom's third-quarter results look quite good, suggesting that the company continues to wrestle away market share from legacy payroll processors like Paychex. Better still, 98% of the company's revenue is recurring, which positions it nicely for continued growth in the quarters ahead.
Overall, if you were bullish on Paycom's stock prior to today's drop -- as I am -- then I see no reason to change your stance today.
Paycom Software, Inc. (NYSE:PAYC), a leading provider of a comprehensive, cloud-based solution for human capital management, today announced it ranked No. 364 on Deloitte?s Technology Fast 500?, a list of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. Paycom experienced 192 percent revenue growth during the time period considered.
The Oklahoman Names Paycom Oklahoma?s Top Workplace of 2016
Paycom, now on the list for a fourth consecutive year, also received special recognition, earning The Oklahoman?s Direction award. This additional award comes as a result of feedback from employees, who believe the company is going in the right direction.
Paycom Software, a leading provider of comprehensive, cloud-based human capital management software, today announced it ranks second on Fortune magazine?s 2017 100 Fastest-Growing Companies list of domestic and foreign publicly traded companies, based on their past three years? growth in revenues, profits and stock returns.
Von 2012 bis 2016 steigerte das Unternehmen seine jährlichen Umsätze um durchschnittlich fast 44 Prozent. Darüber hinaus konnte Paycom die Margen in den letzten fünf Jahren verdoppeln. Für 2017 wird ein Umsatzwachstum um 31 Prozent auf 432 Millionen USD erwartet, was das langfristige Unternehmensziel von rund 30 Prozent Umsatzwachstum pro Jahr leicht übertrifft. Am 02. Februar wird das Unternehmen die Zahlen des letzten Quartals 2017 verkünden. In den drei ersten Quartalen konnte es stets die eigenen als auch die Analystenschätzungen deutlich übertreffen, was der Aktie folglich auch Anfang Februar einen erneuten Schub geben könnte. Mit einer Performance von mehr als 75 Prozent in den letzten zwölf Monaten gehört Paycom zu den stärksten Aktien der USA, und könnte diesen Kurs auch in den nächsten Jahren definitiv fortsetzen.
sagenhafter Wert, beobachte ihn seit ca. 2 Jahren und schaue ständig dem Kurs hinterher. exzellentes Wachstum aber dafür halt auch niemals zum Sonderpreis zu haben, jetzt erst recht nicht. Mfg. und Glückwunsch an alle hier Investierten
Paycom Software Inc. (NYSE:PAYC) will replace WellCare Health Plans Inc. (NYSE:WCG) in the S&P; 500 effective prior to the open of trading on Tuesday, January 28. S&P; 500 constituent Centene Corp. (NYSE: CNC) is acquiring Wellcare Health Plans in a transaction expected to be completed soon.