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Snowflake reported its first Q3 earnings as a public company

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Miguel A. Rodriguez
Miguel A. Rodriguez
03 December 2020
The revenue growth was in line with the expectations

After becoming a publicly-traded company in September – Snowflake – posted its Q3 2020 earnings.

The software company reported revenue growth of 119% compared to the same time last year, the figures coming in at $159.6 million. The losses per share narrowed from last year’s $1.92 to $1.01. Snowflake’s gross margin was 58.2%, dropping from a previous 59.6%.

Moreover, the number of customers who contribute over $1 million in product revenue in the last 12 months reached 65. On an annualized basis, the remaining performance obligation figures came in at $927.9 million, up 240% compared to the previous one.

For the fiscal fourth quarter, Snowflake expects its revenue to reach a high of $167 million. Despite the pandemic, the company intends to keep the same pace of hiring, according to Mike Scarpelli, its CFO.

After the report, Snowflake traded 8% lower. Since September, the company’s stock price gained 15%, while USA500 went up 8%.

Read here all about the company’s IPO!

Sources: cnbc.com

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Miguel A. Rodriguez
Miguel A. Rodriguez
Financial Writer

Miguel worked for major financial institutions such as Banco Santander, and Banco Central-Hispano. He is a published author of currency trading books. 

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