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BTH, Bigtincan Holldings Limited
post Posted: Sep 11 2020, 03:39 PM
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there is another, lapsed, delisted company with BTH. This version has been around since 2017 and doing OK
Bigtincan Holdings Limited (BTH) is a provider of enterprise mobility software, that enables sales and service organizations to increase sales win rates, reduce expenditures and improve customer satisfaction through improved mobile worker productivity.

Bigtincan Hub is a secure, artificial intelligence powered solution for mobile workforces that enables sales and service organisations and their employees to better engage and win with customers. Bigtincan customers are located in over 50 countries and operate in diverse industries and market segments. Bigtincan has 300 paying customers with 150,000 users.

probably well suited to Covid times, and the SP is well above any March sell off
Matthew Kidman : Okay. Time to get ambitious. What is one stock you think is ambitious and taking on the world that we should know about?Gary Rollo: Our name today is Bigtincan. We think Bigtincan is a buy. It is a small cap technology stock, software as a service. Excellent business model. It is a company that has gone global. It has a client roster that ranges from Anheuser-Busch, through Nike, up to large tech companies.

What it does is it helps companies manage their sales enablement. That is a growing area of the market. It is growing its top line at 40 per cent. It is a $400 million market cap. It is one of these microcap stocks that are just about to get into that point where larger funds can take a look at it. So, we think the technology stacks it well and it's got a bright future.

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