Yesterday, we posted a poll on which company's cloud growth is declining. 37% of you got it right - It was Atlassian. Despite this decline, the company performed remarkably well both in terms of revenue metrics and stock price following their earnings call on Thursday.
), a global leader in providing software for teamwork and collaboration, posted an impressive Q4 FY23 revenue of $939 million
, up 24% YoY
The announcement resulted in a significant stock surge from $169 at the market opening on Aug 3rd to $211, and it's now stabilized around $198.
Atlassian, co-founded by Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar in 2002, has been instrumental in transforming how work is organized and delivered.
Their products, including Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and Trello, are used by organizations across various sectors such as software, media, manufacturing, and healthcare, to plan, track, and deliver quality results.
Despite a decrease in cloud growth, Atlassian's cloud segment maintains a strong position. The company expects sales from cloud-based product subscribers to grow by 25% to 30% in FY24, aligning with expectations. The transition from data centers to cloud offerings is anticipated to drive growth rates throughout the fiscal year, representing a positive shift from previous earnings calls that highlighted customer spending uncertainty.
- Atlassian reported Q4 FY23 revenue of $939 million, a 24% YoY increase.
- The company's GAAP gross margin stood at 82%, while the Non-GAAP gross margin remained flat at 84%.
- Atlassian achieved a Non-GAAP operating income of $203 million, with a Non-GAAP operating margin of 22%.
Revenues by deployment from the earning report
- The company saw a 34% increase in subscription revenue in Q4, driven by a record number of migrations to Cloud and Data Center.
- Deferred revenue increased 31% YoY to $1.5 billion, reflecting strong customer commitment to the Atlassian platform.
- Atlassian returned $118 million to shareholders through share repurchases in the quarter.
Customer Breakdown from the earnings report
Atlassian, targeting a large and growing addressable market, anticipates continued strong performance in the coming fiscal year. The company's resilience amid macroeconomic challenges, coupled with its commitment to empowering teams and driving innovation, sets the stage for a promising future in the teamwork and collaboration software market.