BIO-key International, Inc. (OTCMKTS:BKYI) started the month announcing that it has successfully concluded its national 12-day tour with Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), where the company’s low-cost and high-quality fingerprint scanners and software solutions were featured on the tour. The event saw the launch of Windows 10 for Business and Office 2016, participated by a number of enterprise customers of Microsoft.
BIO-key stated that almost 40% of attendees expressed interest in engagement for its products developed for Windows 10 and its native biometric login option, Hello. Windows Hello is a part of Windows 10, which will provide a unique and new way to customers to log in on their apps, devices, and networks. The stock of the company closed at $0.174 during the last trading session.
During the previous day trade, SUCCESS HLDGS GROU COM USD0.001 (OTCMKTS:SHGT) also lived up to its name. The stock gained the most and finished the day 172% higher at $2.99. The company reported its quarterly data last month, where its revenues jumped to $12,061,000 during the period ended on November 30, 2014. Net income during the same period came in at $2,841,000.
Next on the advancers’ list was AMARC RESOURCES COM NPV (OTCMKTS:AXREF) that ended the previous session 89% higher at $0.0450. The mineral exploration company reported nothing new other than its 2015 drill program results. The company said that the IKE copper-molybdenum-silver porphyry is assuming greater important with the passage of time. It added that IKE is situated 45 km northwest of Gold Bridge in British Columbia, and the work programs are funded by Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc. (NYSE:TC). AMARC noted that Thompson can earn 50% of interest in the project if it participates in the staged funding process, including a feasibility study.
The third top-most gainer in the OTC exchange was Cyber Apps World Inc (OTCMKTS:CYAP), which added up $0.0270 and closed the last trade day at $0.0700. The company recently posted its quarterly report for the period ended on October 31, 2015, where its net loss widened to $16,000 from $13,000 in the previous quarter.