MongoDB (MDB - Free Report) is set to report first-quarter fiscal 2020 results on Jun 5.
In the fourth quarter of fiscal 2019, the company reported adjusted loss of 17 cents per share that was narrower than the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of 38 cents and the year-ago quarter’s loss of 27 cents.
Revenues of $85.5 million also topped the consensus mark of $74 million and soared 70.8% on a year-over-year basis. Strong top-line growth was primarily driven by robust subscription revenues.
For first-quarter fiscal 2020, revenues are expected between $80 million and $84 million. Non-GAAP loss is anticipated between 25 cents and 23 cents per share.
The Zacks Consensus Estimate is currently pegged at a loss of 24 cents, unchanged over the past 30 days. The consensus mark for revenues currently stands at $83.2 million, indicating growth of 72.5% from the figure reported in the year-ago quarter.
Let’s see how things are shaping up for this announcement.
Factors to Watch Out
MongoDB’s upcoming quarterly results are expected to benefit from an expanding customer base, driven by core database strength.
Availability of Atlas in 60 regions, and the ability to run across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Alphabet (GOOGL - Free Report) division Google Cloud are attracting customers.
In this regard, the company inked a new business partnership with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) during the to-be-reported quarter. The partnership is expected to boost MongoDB’s customer base.
However, intensifying competition from legacy and cloud-based database providers is a headwind. The launch of DocumentDB by Amazon intensifies competition for MongoDB.
On Apr 24, 2019, MongoDB announced the acquisition of Realm for $39 million in cash, subject to certain adjustments. The acquisition is expected to close in the second quarter of fiscal 2020. The deal is expected to strengthen MongoDB’s relationship with developers.
Notably, the acquisition of mLab is helping the company build deeper relationships with developer-centric startup communities. mLab is also known for providing exemplary customer support that is expected to benefit MongoDB in attracting new clients.
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