According to a press release from the company, its Exchange for Bills and Payments (XBP) has continued to sign new logos contracts. This newest batch has it set to earn $136 million over the course of the next three years.
What exactly does all that mean? Exela Technologies is a business process automation company that helps companies make their workflows more efficient. It does so via its payment processing, workflow and digital mailroom services.
Exela Technologies says this new contract brings its year-to-date (YTD) XBP total contract value (TCV) to $175 million. That’s a strong start for its XBP business, which produced revenue of $874.2 million in 2021.
Lakshmi Narayanan Chandramohan, President of Bills and Payments at Exela, said the following in the release:
“This win highlights our scalable, referenceable XBP platforms effectiveness for rapid deployment for our customers. We are excited by the positive reception for our market-ready solutions that leverages our extensive experience in the payment space.”
XELA stock is seeing extra action today alongside the contract news, with more than 344 million shares changing hands as of this writing. That’s a hefty increase over its daily average trading volume of around 39 million shares.
XELA stock is up 65% as of Wednesday morning.
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