Western Australia-based technology company, K2fly Ltd (ASX: K2F), announced on 7 January 2020, its Operational Update for the second quarter of the financial year 2020 (Q2 FY20), the company raised ~ $ 1.67 million in invoices.
This marked an improvement of 102% over $ 0.83 million recorded in the prior corresponding period in FY19 as well as the largest quarterly figure for invoicing ever attained by K2F.
Source: Company’s Update 7 Jan 2020
Sales Update - Q2 FY20
- On 25 October 2019, Brazil-based Nexa Resources, listed on the NYSE, signed a one (1)-year contract for the roll out of RCubed Mineral Resource and Reserve software solution across its 12 sites. Nexa Resources operates 5 polymetallic mines across Brazil and Peru.
- On 19 November 2019, multi-listed (NYSE, ASX, LSE) Anglo-Australian metals and mining multinational Rio Tinto contracted with K2fly to deploy its RCubed software solution across 20 sites under a five (5)-year agreement.
- Furthermore, on 13 December 2019, existing client Teck Resources extended its RCubed solution contract for a further three (3) year.
- Another existing client Westgold Resource extended is the length and breadth of its Infoscope contract with K2F when it signed for a further 5 years as announced on 18 December 2019.
On 15 December 2019, K2fly informed that a newly formed entity, “The Place of Keeping” had agreed to take over the roll-out of the Infoscope software and services to Aboriginal groups across Australia. This new entity is also expected to give momentum to the rollout of the Keeping Place solution, which is based upon Infoscope functionality, to many communities in 2020. As a secure, customisable online platform, ‘The Keeping Place’ allows Traditional Owners to maintain data sovereignty, manage native title, apply cultural protocols, achieve improvements in governance and unlock social and economic opportunities for the current and future generations.
As at the end of the second quarter, K2fly’s software-as-a-service -based offerings (RCubed and Infoscope) have been deployed or are in the process of being deployed in 45 countries across 235 sites. Moreover, the company is currently in negotiation with several other major mining companies for SaaS solutions, and expects to win contracts from these prospective clients before 30 June 2020.
The average recurring revenue (ARR) and current total contract value (TCV) have both grown in the period by 40% and 188% to more than $ 1.4 million and over $ 3.5 million respectively.
Source: Company’s Update 7 Jan 2020
During the three months, the company issued the following securities:
- 81,522 shares and 750,000 unlisted options exercisable at $ 0.35 each on or before 11 October 2022 issued on 11 October 2019 as per an investor marketing mandate between K2fly and Canary Capital.
- 323,419 shares issued on 11 December 2019 upon exercise of 323,419 unlisted options exercisable at $ 0 each which expire on 26 November 2020.
- 1,751,200 unlisted options issued on 20 December 2019 to directors and consultants, as approved by shareholders at the Company’s Annual General Meeting (AGM).
- 2,150,580 unlisted options issued on 20 December 2019 to employees under its shareholder approved Employee Incentive Option Plan.
- 380,000 shares issued on 27 December 2019 upon the exercise of $ 0.225 options which expired on 28 December 2019.
- 200,000 shares issued on 27 December 2019 upon the exercise of $ 0.25 options which expired on 28 December 2019.
Stock Information: K2fly has a market cap of around $ 21.47 million and ~ 82.59 million shares outstanding. On 7 January 2020, the K2F stock was trading higher at $ 0.275, edged up 5.769% at AEDT 01:29 PM with approximately 350,919 shares traded.
Besides, K2F has also delivered positive returns of 57.58% in the last three months, 48.57% in the last six months and 18.18% in the last one month.
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