It’s quarterlies season as the ASX market announcements page becomes increasingly flooded with lodgements. The last day for companies to submit reports is the last business day of the first month after the prior quarter. If they don’t, they risk suspension (and consequential panic and anger from shareholders).

And as the Commonwealth Games get underway in Birmingham we’re having some of our own records break on the ASX. Here’s some of the reports which have caught our eye today.



The pure play data centre share price has soared 30% today after announcing it had achieved the largest quarterly consolidated revenue in its history for Q4 FY22 of $5.354 million; up 151% on the previous corresponding quarter of $2.131 million.

Cash receipts fro Q4 FY22 were $4.876 million, up 72% on the previous corresponding quarter of $2.839 million.

Cash receipts for the full FY22 were $16.631 million, up 126% on FY21 which was $7.363 million.

Consolidated revenues for the full year were $15.423 million, up 92% on FY21 which was $8.035 million.

The company had a cash position on June 30 of $1.925 million. DXN successfully completed delivery of several projects during the quarter.

It also designed, built and market tested new products for its modular manufacturing business focused on telco and crypto hosting solutions during the quarter.

ActivePort (ASX:ATV)

The global software provider’s share price is up ~10% today to 10 cents after reporting a strong finish to FY22 with revenue $13.3 million, up 60.2% on FY21.

H2 software revenue grew by 482% from H1. In a further milestone ActivePort completed its first enterprise-scale customer installation and a second has signed on.

The company says net cash is expected to grow in the coming quarter. ActivePort has two distinct revenue streams for its traditional managed services business and relatively new ActivePortal Software product.

The company said software revenue is highly profitable, so its focus will be on scaling up this globally while leveraging its managed services for support and delivery.


Volpara Health Technologies (ASX:VHT)

The health imaging company’s share price is up 6.20% to 68 cents today after it reported record quarterly cash receipts of NZ$8.7 million, up ~35% compared to Q1FY22 or more than 26% constant currency.

Subscription-based receipts in Q1FY23 of more than NZ$8.3 million, up ~36% compared to Q1FY22 (or ~28% constant currency).

Net operating and investing cash outflow for the quarter was NZ$3.6 million, a decline of 12% from NZ$3.2 million in Q1 FY22.

Volpara, which specialises in the early detection of breast cancer, has $15.2 million in cash as at June 30, 2022 plus a NZ $10 million undrawn bank facility.

Contracted annual recurring revenue (CARR) is now ~US$23.7 million (~NZ$34.7 million), up almost US$1.5 million on Q4 FY22. Volpara recorded its first deal over US$1 million in the quarter as it focuses on larger enterprise deals.

Nexion Group (ASX:NNG)

The global cloud service provider has seen its share price up 5.56% today after announcing a strong June quarter with further improvements to margins and reduced operating costs.

Underlying organic growth of the original networks business was 76% YoY, and with the addition of the Blue Sky Telecom acquisition came in at $6.69 million, up 207% for the year.

With completion of an agreement to acquire two businesses in New Zealand, the group has a retrospective pro-forma FY22 revenue of $18.4 million.

Nexion, which listed on the ASX in February 2021, is forecast to deliver positive EBITDA in FY23.

Roolife (ASX:RLG)

The China-focused digital marketing and e-commerce company saw revenue of $4.2 million for Q4 FY22, delivering full year unaudited revenue of $17 million, up 85% on FY21.

Cash receipts of $3.6 million for Q4 delivers full year FY22 cash receipts for $14 million, a 58% growth from full year FY21.

Among other highlights of the quarter for Roolife was the launch of a TikTok flagship store selling well known global brands.

Roolife also launched the first New Zealand over-the-counter (OTC) online pharmacy store in China.

The company said Remedy Drinks distribution channels and online promotion continued expansion, including placement and marketing with ALDI stores in China.

Roolife also implemented cost savings initiatives in June to deliver benefits in FY23 and has a solid working capital position and net current assets of $4 million.


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