Virtutone CEO Jason Allen says the company’s margins are improving. Virtutone Networks (TSX:VFX) says it posted a new daily revenue record of more $500,000 on Wednesday, April 9, 2014.
CEO Jason Allen said the company’s bottom line was also improving.
“This is a great milestone that we have achieved,” he said. “Due to our strong balance sheet, we are leveraging our strong financial position to increase organic sales as we had projected, while maintaining our margins. We have also updated our investor presentation, which is available now on our website.”
Using a state-of-the-art switch platform to move minutes from the customer to the vendor, Virtutone procures inexpensive minutes and sells them to other VoIP companies in Canada and the US. Following a lengthy period of infrastructure investment, the company’s topline has begun to climb aggressively, from $200,000 in monthly revenue last February, to $9.12-million in March of this year.
At press time, shares of the company were up 17.5% to $0.47.
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