Paycom Software (PAYC) introduces its payroll solution to Canada while also expanding its target market to include larger companies.
Paycom Software (PAYC) is remarkably undervalued with a P/E of just 37. And PAYC has nice certainty with the labor market strong.
Paycom Software (PAYC) is one of the best software stocks of our time. But many investors are unaware of Paycom’s greatness.
Paycom Software (PAYC) is bucking the trend of “slower spending on software) as it delivered 38% profit growth on 30% sales growth.
Paycom Software (PAYC) management thinks Beti is the future of Human Resources as employees can manage their own payroll.
Paycom (PAYC) stock is showing signs its bottoming, including strong profit growth and a chart that seems on the verge of turning up.
Software stocks have fallen heavily since November. But Paycom Software (PAYC) is a good one to buy on a dip because of its profits.
Paycom Software (PAYC) has good momentum for its HR & payroll services as more Americans get back to work post-COVID.
Paycom Software (PAYC) makes Human Resorces software. Profit growth was weak during the pandemic, but now its back.
With a P/E of 90, Paycom Software (PAYC) seems fairly valued this qtr. But a strong labor market could change that.
Paycom Software’s (PAYC) HR business has slowed due to lower employment, but the stock has exceptional pedigree.
Paycom Software (PAYC) had a strong first qtr as its Human Resources app works great with employees at home.
Paycom Software’s (PAYC) Direct Data Exchange allows employees to do their own HR, and could be a catalyst in 2020.
Paycom Software (PAYC) is one of the hottest stocks around — because it’s profit history since the stock went public in 2014 is sensational — from $0.19 then to maybe $2.50 this year.
Paycom Software (PAYC) is very popular could-based HR solution with small and mid sized companies. And the stock’s been doing great as profits could rise ten-fold in just five years.
Payroll and HR software company Paycom Software (PAYC) continues to drive impressive results while it whips analyst earnings estimates.
Human resource software provider Paycom Software (PAYC) used to be a 60% grower — then it recently kicked it up a notch to triple-digit growth.