- com top 2022 Q4 revenue & earnings results.
- FY22 revenue stood at $642M.
- The company expects $208 – $211 revenue in 2023 Q1.
Bill.com saw its shares gaining over 15% premarket following solid fourth-quarter results in the financial year ending 30 June 2022. Rene Lacerte, CEO & founder, stated that the company announced a steady Q4 to end financial 2022, serving 400K business and surpassing $200M in quarterly earnings. He added that FY2022 was transformative for Bill.com.
The firm announced a $3.3 million ($0.03 per share) adjusted non-GAAP loss, beating the $0.14/share consensus estimate. The company’s non-GAAP loss stood at $5.8M one year ago.
Bill.com’s 156% Revenue Increase in 2022 Q4
The company has its realized revenue at $200.2 million in the quarter, representing a 156% YoY increase and $183.6 million better than forecast. Meanwhile, the firm’s full-year overall revenue stood at $642 million. Net loss stood at $326M, with a $24.3 million non-GAAP loss.
Bill.com Expects $208 – $211 Revenue in 2023 Q1
John Rettig, Bill.com’s CFO, expects a massive revenue increase and transition to a non-GAAP profitable firm in the financial year 2023. For the present quarter, the firm expects adjusted earnings/share at $0.05 – $0.07, with economists calling for $0.1 per share. Also, it anticipates revenue to hover at $208M – $211M, beating analysts’ forecast of $190.8M.
Bill.com anticipates $0.305 full-year earnings per share, matching the $0.3 analysts’ prediction. Meanwhile, revenue will range from $955.5 million to $973.5 million, beating the $892.6 million estimate.
Commenting on the outcomes, Will Nance of Goldman Sachs stated that the form boasted strong results. Nance added that they trust some of the stock response will rely on the firm’s stance on how macro elements affect the SMB customer base, but the solid Q4 plus initial FY 2023 guidance will boost investor enthusiasts.
Also, Jefferies economist Samad Saman stated that the company announced a ‘perfect print,’ answering any worries concerning its momentum. Samana said the software company’s outlook outshined estimates.
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