Salesforce Posts Higher 3Q Sales
2022年12月1日 - 06:51AM
Dow Jones News
By Kathryn Hardison
Salesforce Inc. posted higher third-quarter revenue, citing
customer demand even against a challenging economic backdrop.
The business software provider posted net income of $210
million, or 21 cents per share, for the recently ended period, down
from last year's net income of $468 million, or 47 cents per share,
a year ago. Adjusted per-share earnings came to $1.40, above
analysts' expectations of $1.22 per share, according to
Revenue increased to $7.84 billion, up 19% on a
constant-currency basis. Analysts expected $7.83 billion.
Sales of its subscription and support segment increased 13% to
$7.23 billion, while professional services revenue increased 25% to
"Our customers are tapping into the power of Customer 360 to
gain faster time to value and reduce costs," said Co-Chief
Executive Bret Taylor, who is stepping down from his position Jan.
31 of next year.
At that time, Marc Benioff will be Chair and sole CEO of the
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