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DHI prides itself on its ownership of Dice, calling it "the number one tech career hub attracting millions of tech pros." According to recent numbers provided by the company, Dice has 18 million tech pro social profiles, 2.2 million searchable tech resumes, and two million unique monthly visitors.
The company has also launched the Dice Careers app which, according to the company, comprises 20 percent of Dice's unique visitor traffic and has been downloaded over 500,000 times.
The company, however, could be considered undervalued as it trades at low price-to-earnings, price-to-book, and price-to-sales multiples compared to competitors.
Nonetheless, there may be signs of a value trap here due to declining revenues, cutthroat competitors, and the lack of a sustainable moat."Editor's note: Seeking Alpha is proud to welcome Adam Pascarella as a new contributor.
Besides Dice, the other two assets within Tech-Focused Recruiting Brands are Clearance (serving positions requiring a security clearance) and e Financial Careers (serving positions in the financial services market).
DHI's other two divisions are its Non-Tech Recruiting Brands and Next Generation Recruitment Services.
The four Non-Tech Recruiting Brands include websites focused on the healthcare, energy, life sciences and hospitality industries.
and Viacom Inc., and an inter-group interest in the Braves Group.
DHI Group's stock price has suffered recently, with its price currently hovering above its 52-week low.
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