Box reported fiscal second quarter earnings that surpassed expectations, and the company also boosted its full year revenue guidance.
The cloud content management company’s adjusted earnings per share for the quarter came in at break-even, better than the Street estimates of a loss of -2 cent. The EPS was also higher than the prior year quarter’s -5 cent loss.
Revenue increased +16% from the year-ago quarter to $172.55 million, beating estimates of $169.5 million.
Co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie emphasized that Box focused on and delivered more products to customers, and that the company drove strong add-on product attach rates of more than 80% across six-figure deals in Q2.
For the full year 2020, Box raised its revenue guidance to a range between $690 million and $692 million, compared to previous range of $688 million to $692 million.
The company maintained its full-year adjusted EPS projection of between break-even and +2 cents.