101.61 -0.05 (-0.05%)
After hours: 7:59PM EST
|Bid||101.69 x 1100|
|Ask||101.97 x 1400|
|Day's Range||98.60 - 102.63|
|52 Week Range||71.56 - 151.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.12|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Feb. 10, 2020 - Feb. 14, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||131.82|
Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, was named one of America’s Most JUST Companies of 2020, according to Forbes and JUST Capital. Twilio ranked 9 out of 52 software companies and 77 out of 1,000 of the largest publicly traded companies in areas that matter most to the American people, including fair pay, ethical leadership, good benefits and work-life balance, equal opportunity, customer treatment and privacy, and community support. Twilio was recognized in particular for providing a diverse and inclusive workplace with equal opportunities for employees, protecting customer privacy, and creating quality jobs.
Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced the results of a new study conducted to analyze the efficacy of emails sent by United States presidential campaigns to reach their targeted audiences. The report “How Political Campaigns Can Ensure Their Email Messages Hit Home” studied the patterns, tactics and frequency of emails sent by the presidential campaigns and to what extent they actually reached their recipients.
Twilio (TWLO) the leading cloud communications platform, today released new research showing that despite an explosion of new channels, email and text are still the preferred channels for consumers when talking to businesses. Twilio surveyed 2,500 global consumers to understand how, when and where consumers want to be reached and how the context and urgency of those messages affects their preferred medium. “Everyday at Twilio, we hear from brands who want to improve their customer experience yet are overwhelmed by the increasingly complex communications landscape,” said Sara Varni, chief marketing officer at Twilio.
Twilio's (TWLO) third-quarter 2019 results reflect increasing clientele and the Sendgrid buyout. However, the bearish guidance provided by management is a concern.
Tech stocks Twitter (TWTR), Twilio (TWLO), and Western Digital (WDC) are trading lower in today's after-hours session. Here's what's moving these stocks.
Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced that it has joined the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) board of directors. As a member of ATIS, Twilio will help drive the development of technology solutions aimed at mitigating unwanted robocalls, among other initiatives. ATIS brings together more than 150 of the world’s top information and communications technology companies to address IoT, 5G, smart cities, artificial intelligence, unwanted robocalls, cybersecurity, and much more.
Twilio's (TWLO) third-quarter earnings are likely to have benefited from the SendGrid buyout. Moreover, growing traction of new products is likely to have been a tailwind.
Twilio Inc. (TWLO) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
(Bloomberg) -- Software companies fell on Friday, extending recent losses after results from Atlassian Corp. topped analyst forecasts yet failed to provide enough upside to assuage concerns over the group’s valuation.Atlassian shares dropped as much as 11% to their lowest level since May. The stock was on track for its third straight decline, as was Veeva Systems Inc., off 5.4%, and ServiceNow Inc., down 3.8%, which reports its own results next week. Coupa Software Inc. sank 8.4% in its fourth straight drop, a period over which it has shed more than 20% of its valuation. Twilio Inc. was down 4.5%. Alteryx Inc. was down 7.2% and Crowdstrike Holdings Inc. dropped 7.3%, heading for the eighth decline in the past nine sessions.A basket of high-multiple software stocks tracked by Goldman Sachs fell 5.7% in its fifth straight decline, hitting its lowest since March, while the Russell Midcap Technology Growth Index was down 2.2%.“When investors have lost conviction, it usually means the best strategy is to stay conservative until the coast is at least somewhat clear,” wrote Richard Davis, an analyst at Canaccord Genuity. “We are in that time in the cycle.”Davis has a buy rating on Atlassian, writing that it “fits the description of a safe harbor company.” However, he said the stock has a “high-ish valuation” and suggested that multiples could be hard to justify. “In this macro environment,” he wrote, “if anyone expected an over-sized guide up, they haven’t been paying attention.”Recent weakness in the sector included both Workday Inc. and Zoom Video Communications Inc. tumbling in the wake of their respective investor events, which underlined growth concerns.Atlassian’s results included a raised full-year revenue forecast, and Cowen wrote that this could ease broader concerns over the sector.This “was one of the more anticipated prints in software as a result of emerging macro concerns in the space and it being one of the first to report,” analyst J. Derrick Wood wrote. The “solid numbers & outlook, along with constructive commentary on stable demand conditions, should give investors greater comfort in the potential for stability in software spending.”To contact the reporter on this story: Ryan Vlastelica in New York at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Catherine Larkin at email@example.com, Jim SilverFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
High-growth tech firms have lost significant market value in the first half of October. TTD, NOW, OKTA, and TWLO are all trading lower today.
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Twilio , the leading cloud communications platform, today announced that its third quarter fiscal year 2019 results will be released on Wednesday, October 30, 2019, after market close.
Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced the company is recognized as a worldwide leader in the IDC MarketScape for Cloud Communications Platform-as-a-Service (“CPaaS”). The report notes, “Twilio has emerged as the de facto icon of the CPaaS segment,” and highlights the company’s vision and strategy to drive digital transformation within the enterprise. “Twilio continues to redefine the communications segment,” said Courtney Munroe, group vice president of Worldwide Telecommunications Research, IDC.