Salesforce's actions (CRM) jumped on Wednesday after falling from its profits in April at the earliest

but exceeded Wall Street's goals. Revenues are also paid by analysts' estimates. However

the proper prospects of the corporate software manufacturer for the CRM stock were however lower than expectations.

"The CRM gave better results than the dead as it reported online despite the opposite winds in foreign currency," 

said Jefferies analyst Brent Thill, in a note to customers. "The CRM lowered the first -line guide for the 2023 to 20%

(growth) fiscal year due to $ 300 million in additional winds of money, but is committed to providing higher margins at 20.4 % despite the opposite winds.

Including Slack Technologies, acquired in 2021, the benefits of Salesforce fell from 19% to 98 cents on an adjusted basis.

Salesforce, based in San Francisco, said that income increased by 24% to 7.41 billion dollars.

"Slack revenues of $ 344 million exceeded the advice of $ 330 million and marked the fourth consecutive quarter with growth

of more than 40% on the other in more than $ 100,000 (returned)," said Declared the Credit Swiss analyst Phil Winslow in his note to customers.

A year earlier, Salesforce declared a profit of $ 1.21 per share, including investment gains, on sales of $ 5.96 billion.

CRM stock market analysts expected Salesforce to declare a profit of 94 cents per share on sales of $ 7.38 billion.

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