(NEW YORK)–XCPCNL Business Services Corporation (OTC: XCPL), a business service company providing a multi discipline of services including payroll services, staffing, hospitality services, and maintenance offers upside based on low float, and sharp revenue growth in 2020.
XCPL meets employment needs by providing Personnel outsourcing services and payroll services. Temporary outsourcing services allow employers to minimize the number of full-time employees while meeting demand for peak workload periods.
Business Services Provided
XCPL offers business services to a wide-range of industries from manufacturing, hotels, and light industrial operators. Some of the few services XCPL provides are
– Human Resources
– Payroll Services
– Hospitality Services
– Tax-Compliance Services
– Full Range of Insurance Services
How good is their business service operations? For 2019, the Company reported total revenues of just around $8 million, with around $2 million per quarter for current year.
These numbers could grow dramatically as company looks to embark on acquisitions that could grow revenues substantially for this highly under radar stock.
Low Public Float
What could really give XCPL its upside is not only its solid revenues and business, but its tight public float of only around 2.7 million available to trade. At just under $0.10 any additional news or interest could quickly send XCPL share price climbing.
For more information on XCPCNL Business Services Corporation, please visit: www.xcpcnl.com
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