Zoom’s Quarterly Revenue Increases by 2.6%, Profits Reach $298.8 Million

Key Highlights:

– Q4 Earnings:
  – Adj. EPS: $1.42 (Est. $1.15)
  – Revenue: $1.15B (Est. $1.13B)
  – Buyback: Authorized up to $1.5B

– FY’25 Outlook:
  – EPS: $4.85 to $4.88 (Est. $4.72)
  – Revenue: About $4.6B (Est. $4.66B)

– Q1 Outlook:
  – Sees Q1 Adj. EPS $1.18-$1.20 (Est. $1.13)
  – Sees Q1 Total Revenue $1.125B (Est. $1.13B)

Financial Performance:

Quarterly Revenue: Zoom made $1.15 billion in total revenue during the last quarter, which is a 2.6% increase from the same time last year.

Profit: The company’s profit, according to standard accounting rules, was $298.8 million, or $0.95 per share.

Adjusted Profit: When you take out certain expenses, the profit was $444 million, or $1.42 per share.

Business Revenue: The money Zoom made from big companies was $667.3 million, which is 4.9% higher than last year.

Cash Flow: The amount of cash coming into the company was $351.2 million, which is 66% more than last year.

Yearly Cash Flow: Over the whole year, the company got $1.59 billion in cash, which is almost 24% more than last year.

Financial Plans:

Future Profit: In the coming year, Zoom expects to make between $4.85 and $4.88 per share, which is more than experts predicted.

Future Revenue: They think they’ll bring in about $4.6 billion in revenue, which is a little less than experts expected.

Next Quarter’s Outlook: For the next three months, Zoom predicts they’ll earn between $1.18 and $1.20 per share, and their total revenue will be around $1.125 billion.

New Stuff:

AI Assistant:  Zoom created something called the Zoom AI Companion, which is like a computer helper that uses artificial intelligence.

More Features: They added lots of new things to Zoom, including stuff for their Zoom Contact Center service.

CEO’s Remarks:

Eric S. Yuan: The CEO of Zoom, Eric S. Yuan, said, “In the past year, Zoom made the Zoom AI Companion to help teams work better together. We want everyone to be able to use our smart technology. We added new things to Zoom, like the Contact Center, and that helped us make a lot of profit. Our cash flow, which is the money coming into the company, went up by 24.1% to $1.47 billion. That’s a good sign for us.”

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