PAR Technology (PAR) came out with a quarterly loss of $0.28 per share versus the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of $0.27. This compares to loss of $0.11 per share a year ago. These figures are adjusted for non-recurring items.
This quarterly report represents an earnings surprise of -3.70%. A quarter ago, it was expected that this software provider for the hospitality industry would post a loss of $0.26 per share when it actually produced a loss of $0.27, delivering a surprise of -3.85%.
Over the last four quarters, the company has not been able to surpass consensus EPS estimates.
PAR Technology, which belongs to the Zacks Computer – Integrated Systems industry, posted revenues of $54.73 million for the quarter ended March 2020, surpassing the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 2.84%. This compares to year-ago revenues of $44.68 million. The company has topped consensus revenue estimates two times over the
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In a world suddenly fearful of touch, voice technology is getting a fresh look.
Voice-activated systems such as Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri have seen strong growth in recent years, and the virus pandemic could accelerate that, analysts say.
Voice assistants are not only answering queries and shopping, but also being used for smart home control and for a range of business and medical applications which could see increased interest as people seek to limit personal contact.
“Voice has already made significant inroads into the smart home space and voice control can mean avoiding commonly touched surfaces around the home from smartphones, to TV remotes, light switches, thermostats, door handles and more,” said analyst Jonathan Collins of ABI Research.
The pandemic is likely to provide “additional motivation and incentive for voice control in the home that will help drive awareness and adoption for a range of additional smart
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