Gse Systems Inc   (GVP)
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    Sector  Technology    Industry Software & Programming
   Industry Software & Programming
   Sector  Technology
Price: $1.9800 $-0.12 -5.714%
Day's High: $2.08 Week Perf: 2.59 %
Day's Low: $ 1.88 30 Day Perf: 45.59 %
Volume (M): 36 52 Wk High: $ 4.87
Volume (M$): $ 72 52 Wk Avg: $1.12
Open: $2.08 52 Wk Low: $0.13

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 5
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 2
 Employees 388
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 45
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -8
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 0
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 0

Gse Systems Inc

GSE Systems, Inc., a NYSE American company trading under the symbol GVP, is a world leader in real-time high-fidelity simulation and provides a wide range of simulation, consulting, training, and engineering solutions to the global power and process industries. We provide customers with simulation, engineering and plant services that help clients reduce risks associated with operating their plants, increase revenue through improved plant and employee performance, and lower costs through improved operational efficiency. In addition, we provide professional services that systematically help clients fill key vacancies in the organization on a short-term basis, primarily in procedures, engineering, technical support, and training focused on regulatory compliance and certification in the nuclear power industry. Our operations also include interactive computer-based tutorials and simulation software for the refining, chemical, and petrochemical industries, through our wholly-owned subsidiary GSE Performance Solutions, Inc.

We execute projects globally with approximately 388 employees operating from offices in the U.S. and China and at client sites. While the majority of revenue comes from the nuclear power market, we also serve the fossil, refining, chemical, and petrochemical markets.

GSE Systems was formed on March 30, 1994 to consolidate the simulation and related businesses of General Physics International Engineering & Simulation, S3 Technologies, and EuroSim. The Company completed its Initial Public Offering in 1995.

On November 14, 2014, we acquired Hyperspring, LLC. Hyperspring is a nuclear industry training and consulting firm that primarily provides highly skilled, high-value professionals to fill training and consulting positions on a contract basis for nuclear power plant operators. Hyperspring professionals provide training, operations and maintenance support including: generic fundamentals exams (GFES), accreditation training visit (ATV) preparation, senior reactor operator (SRO) certification, procedure development, work management, tagging/labeling, outage execution, planning/scheduling, corrective action, self-assessments and equipment reliability. Customers include TVA, Entergy, Southern Company, PSEG Nuclear LLC and NRG Energy Inc.

On September 20, 2017, we acquired Absolute Consulting, Inc. (Absolute). Absolute is a provider of technical consulting and staffing solutions to the global nuclear power industry and employs approximately 160 professionals with expertise in procedures writing, engineering, technical support, project management, training, project controls, and corrective actions. This acquisition brings a natural adjacency to GSE, fits well with our growth strategy, and benefits our customers from expanded capabilities and offerings.

We believe a critical ongoing challenge facing the industries we serve is access to, and continued development of, a highly trained and efficient workforce. This challenge manifests primarily in two ways: the increasing pace at which industry knowledge and experience are lost as a significant percentage of the existing experienced workforce reaches retirement age; and the fact that as new power plants come on-line, there is an increased demand for more workers to staff and operate those plants.
In the United States, the energy industry is expected to lose a large percentage of its workforce within the next few years as baby boomers retire on the traditional schedule. For example, Power Engineering reports the power sector will need more than 100,000 skilled workers by the end of 2018 to replace retiring baby boomers. Electric, Light, and Power reports 72% of energy employers currently struggle to find quality candidates, and fill open positions. The National Electrical Contractors Association reports 7,000 electricians join the field each year, while 10,000 retire. Finally, the Nuclear Energy Institute estimates that 39% of the nuclear workforce will be eligible to retire in 2018. As the nuclear industry expands its fleet and strains to maintain the high standards of training the existing workforce, existing plant simulator systems, which provide a critical environment for training services, are often operating 24 hours a day. With workers retiring and the need to backfill as well as expand the workforce for new units, certain operators are exploring the opportunity to de-bottleneck their existing simulator capabilities through the creation of dual reference simulators. Other workforce shortages and/or short term spike in demand for specialist skills that we offer similarly are positive development for our business.

According to the US Energy & Employment Report released in January 2017, the employment in the traditional energy and energy efficiency sectors increased by 55% in 2016, adding 300,000 net new jobs. The Nuclear Energy Institute projects 20,000 new position will be needed in the nuclear industry over the next 5 years.

Globally, as more people increase their standard of living, their demand for power will increase, which in turn will require the on-going construction of power plants to meet this surging demand. Developing a skilled labor force to operate these plants and keeping their skills current and their certifications in compliance with regulatory requirements is a key challenge facing the global power industry.

   Company Address: 6940 Columbia Gateway Dr. Columbia 21046 MD
   Company Phone Number: 970-7800   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ GVP
   GVP is expected to report next financial results on April 16, 2024.

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GSE Systems Inc: Skyrocketing Deficit Deepens as Business Slump Hits Hard in Sep 2023

The third quarter of 2023 has brought in mixed results for the stock market, with the Software & Programming sector witnessing a revenue growth. However, GVP, a prominent player in this sector, has faced some challenges in their recent earnings season. This article will discuss some interesting facts about GVP's performance in the third quarter, shedding light on the company's revenue, earnings, and potential future prospects.
Revenue Decreased by 9.934%:
GVP experienced a notable decline in revenue during the third quarter of 2023. Compared to the same period last year, revenue dropped by 9.934%, reaching $10.72 million. This decline suggests a reduced demand for the company's software and programming solutions. To put this into perspective, GVP had reported revenue of $12.22 million in the previous quarter.

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Gse Systems Inc Unveils Silent Yet Solid Fiscal Journey, Ending June 2023

SE Systems Inc, a company operating in the Software & Programming sector, experienced a decline in revenue and an increased deficit for the April to June 30, 2023 fiscal period. This article aims to outline the key financial results of GSE Systems Inc, interpret their implications, and provide a contextual understanding of the company's performance.
1. Declining Revenue and Decreased EPS:
During Q2 2023, GSE Systems Inc witnessed a significant decline in revenue, which sunk by -4.158% to $12.22 million, compared to the previous year's revenue of $10.87 million. This top-line deterioration is in stark contrast to the overall performance of the Software & Programming sector, which posted a revenue gain during the same period.

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Gse Systems Inc faces severe revenue slump, with accounts receivable dropping to a challenging level in the fiscal period ending March 31, 2023

As a journalist, I have analyzed the financial results of Gse Systems Inc and have come to certain conclusions regarding the company's performance in the past fiscal quarter.
One recurring trend that stood out was the company's inability to collect accounts receivable sequentially, as indicated by a drop to 4.61, which is a more challenging environment compared to the previous quarter. However, it is not a cause for concern, as the rating is still manageable.


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