On July 31, 2023, SALESFORCE.COM ($NYSE:CRM) announced their second quarter earnings results for FY2024, which ended on that day. Total revenue for the quarter amounted to USD 8603.0 million, a 11.4% year-over-year increase. The net income for the same quarter was USD 1267.0 million, significantly higher than the previous year’s figure of USD 68.0 million.
CEO Marc Benioff stated that SALESFORCE.COM has seen accelerated growth across all of its cloud solutions and services over the past quarter, and is now firmly established as the global leader in cloud computing. This rise in cash flow has been attributed to higher subscription and service revenue, as well as improved efficiencies across the organization. These strong results demonstrate the power of SALESFORCE.COM’s business model and its leadership in the cloud computing space. With continued innovation and customer focus, the company is well-positioned to achieve long-term success and create value for both investors and customers alike. Live Quote…
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GoodWhale’s analysis of SALESFORCE.COM‘s fundamentals reveals a high health score of 8/10 with regards to its cashflows and debt, showing that the company is capable of safely navigating any crisis without the risk of bankruptcy. Furthermore, we have classified the company as a ‘gorilla’, meaning it has achieved stable and high revenue or earning growth due to its strong competitive advantage. In terms of investments, SALESFORCE.COM is strong in growth and profitability, medium in asset and weak in dividends. This makes it an attractive investment for those looking for growth and potential capital appreciation, but less so for those seeking a steady dividend income. It would also appeal to investors who are looking for a well-established company that has a strong competitive edge. More…
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Investors may be pleased with Salesforce.com‘s second quarter earnings results for the fiscal year 2024, as total revenue reported was up 11.4% year over year, reaching USD 8603.0 million. Salesforce.com’s stock price has grown steadily since the announcement, indicating a positive sentiment from investors. With the continued growth of their cloud-based services, Salesforce.com is well-positioned to continue its upward trajectory and deliver value to shareholders.