The client resource management company struggled to gain momentum after missing estimates in the second quarter, and looks to regain traction.
- Salesforce reports Q3 EPS $0.24, beats by $0.03
- Revenues $2.14 billion, beating by $20 million
- Revenues were up 25 percent year over year
- Raised its full year fiscal 2017 revenue guidance to $8.365-$8.375 billion
"Salesforce delivered an exceptional quarter with year-over-year revenue growth of 25% in dollars and 27% in constant currency," said Chairman and CEO Marc Benioff. "I'm delighted to announce that we expect to deliver our first $10 billion year during our fiscal year 2018, which puts us well on the path to reach $20 billion faster than any other enterprise software company."
Shares of Salesforce were up more than 5 percent at $79.11 in the after-hours session.
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