U.S. companies continue their upward spiral in earnings and Salesforce.com joins with April 30 revenue of $ 5.960 million. 23% more than a year ago according to Eric Savitz on MarketWatch.
The higher figure was ahead of the company’s forecast range of 5.875 million to 5.885 million and the street consensus at 5.890 million.
Non-GAAP earnings were 1.21 per share, including an investment gain of 24 cents per share, ahead of the Street consensus of 88 cents. Excluding investment income, non-GAAP earnings were 97 cents per share. According to generally accepted accounting principles, the company made 50 cents per share, including profits.
For the fiscal second quarter, it forecasts revenue of $ 6.22 billion to $ 6.230 million, with non-GAAP earnings of 91 to 92 cents per share; The previous street consensus called for 6.15 billion and 85 cents per share.
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For fiscal year January 2022, the company projects revenue of $ 25.9 billion to $ 26 billion, with non-GAAP profit of $ 3.79 to $ 3.81 per share, ahead on the previous Wall Street consensus of $ 25.8 billion and $ 3.33. The company said the full year includes around $ 500 million in contributions from Slack Technologies. The company expects its acquisition of Slack to end near the “end” of the second fiscal quarter.
“We had the best first quarter in our company’s history,” CEO Marc Benioff said in a statement. “We are on track to reach $ 50 billion in revenue in fiscal 2026.”
The firm closed Thursday’s session in the red at $ 225.83 per share.