By Dhirendra Tripathi
Investing.com – Pure Storage stock (NYSE:) climbed 14% Wednesday as the company’s third-quarter revenue jumped 37% from the same time last year to help the company raise its guidance again.
The company that provides storage as-a-service in a multi-cloud world now expects revenue to be $2.1 billion for the current financial year ending January 31, up around 25% from last year’s $1.68 billion. Its forecast in August saw current-year revenue at $2.04 billion.
New customer additions rose by around 12% in the third quarter to close October with more than 9,500 clients.
Existing the quarter, the company achieved annual recurring revenue of $788 million from subscriptions, a growth of 30%. Subscription ARR is a key business metric that refers to the total annualized contract value of all active subscription agreements on the last day of the quarter.
Remaining performance obligations, a metric that gives a peep into likely revenue, jumped 27% to $1.24 billion.
Adjusted profit per share of 22 cents on third-quarter revenue of $563 million was well ahead of estimates.