Snowflake (SNOW) This autumn 2023 Earnings Name Transcript

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Snowflake (SNOW -0.27%)
This autumn 2023 Earnings Name
Mar 01, 2023, 5:00 p.m. ET

Contents:

  • Ready Remarks
  • Questions and Solutions
  • Name Individuals

Ready Remarks:

Operator

Howdy, and welcome to the This autumn FY ’23 Snowflake earnings convention name. My title is Elliot, and I might be coordinating your name at present. [Operator instructions] I’d now like at hand over to Jimmy Sexton, head of investor relations. The ground is yours.

Please go forward.

Jimmy SextonHead of Investor Relations

Good afternoon, and thanks for becoming a member of us on Snowflake’s This autumn fiscal 2023 earnings name. With me in Bozeman, Montana are Frank Slootman, our chairman and chief government officer; Mike Scarpelli, our chief monetary officer; and Christian Kleinerman, our senior vice chairman of product, who will be a part of us for the Q&A session. Throughout at present’s name, we’ll overview our monetary steerage for the fourth quarter and full-year fiscal 2024 and our outcomes of the primary quarter and full 12 months fiscal 2023. Throughout at present’s name, we’ll make forward-looking statements, together with statements associated to the anticipated efficiency of our enterprise, future monetary outcomes, technique, merchandise and options, long-term development, our inventory repurchase program, and total future prospects.

These statements are topic to dangers and uncertainties, which may trigger them to vary materially from precise outcomes. Info regarding these dangers is on the market in our earnings press launch distributed after market shut at present and our SEC filings, together with our most just lately filed Type 10-Q and the Type 10-Ok for the fiscal 12 months ended January 31, 2023, that we’ll file with the SEC. We warning you to not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements and undertake no obligation or obligation to replace any forward-looking statements because of new info, future occasions, or adjustments in our expectations. We would additionally prefer to level out that on at present’s name, we’ll report each GAAP and non-GAAP outcomes.

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We use these non-GAAP monetary measures internally for monetary and operational decision-making functions and as a method to judge period-to-period comparisons. Non-GAAP monetary measures are offered along with and never as an alternative choice to monetary measures calculated in accordance with GAAP. To see the reconciliations of those non-GAAP monetary measures, please confer with our earnings press launch distributed earlier at present in our investor presentation, that are posted at traders.snowflake.com. A replay of at present’s name will even be posted on the web site.

With that, I’d now like to show the decision over to Frank.

Frank SlootmanChairman and Chief Government Officer

Thanks, Jimmy. Good afternoon, all people on the decision. This autumn product income grew 54% 12 months on 12 months, and for the fiscal 12 months grew 70%, totaling $1.9 billion. This autumn web income retention was 158%.

We proceed to be on monitor for our $10 billion product income objective in fiscal ’29. Remaining efficiency obligations grew 38% totaling $3.7 billion. We noticed a measure of bookings reticence with sure buyer segments in This autumn, reflecting an absence of visibility within the enterprise and preferring a cautious short-term stance versus bigger, longer-term contract expansions. The contractual posture targeted on sufficiently enabling consumption development within the close to time period.

This was extra pronounced amongst worldwide, SMB, and industrial clients, and far much less so on the excessive finish of our buyer base. We made substantial progress on our effectivity metrics. Non-GAAP working margin for the quarter reached 6%. Non-GAAP adjusted free money circulate margin for the quarter was 37%.

For the complete fiscal 12 months ’23, non-GAAP adjusted free money circulate margin was 25%, totaling $520 million. However our knowledge networking development as measured by so-called secure edges grew 93% 12 months over 12 months. 23% of our clients now have at the least one secure edge, up from 18% a 12 months in the past. Amongst $1 million consumption clients, 65% of them had, on common, six secure edges.

Snowflake’s market listings grew 8% quarter over quarter and now whole over 1,800. Throughout This autumn, Snowpark for Python reached common availability standing. Early traction is promising. 20% of shoppers have now tried Snowpark.

Snowpark is initially targeted on the adoption and migration of Spark workloads for knowledge engineering and machine studying. Spark jobs sometimes run cheaper and sooner on Snowpark with the added advantages of superior governance and operational simplicity. POC exercise is ramping quick, and benchmark outcomes to date point out superior comparative outcomes. A Fortune 500 buyer hundreds 1 billion transaction information into Snowflake day-after-day.

This group saved $1 million after migrating work from Spark to Snowpark. A monetary providers buyer is migrating workloads from Spark to Snowpark Snowflake and Snowpark ran 8x sooner at 30% of the associated fee. We entered personal preview standing with what we name Streamlit in Snowflake. That is the replatforming of Streamlit inside Snowflake.

Streamlit is a well-liked software improvement framework for the Python developer neighborhood, particularly these targeted on machine studying purposes. Streamlit allows using machine studying fashions and purposes by a common enterprise viewers. In This autumn, we introduced our intent to amass Mobilize.Web’s SnowConvert. SnowConvert’s proprietary conversion instruments allow migration from legacy platforms.

SnowConvert additionally helps migrate Spark workloads to Snowpark. Its capabilities speed up migration to Snowflake, therefore the strategic nature of this acquisition. We’re working in an enormous and rising market, producing free money circulate and sustaining a robust steadiness sheet. We give attention to the enterprise at hand and the outcomes we will management.

We’re prioritizing positions that instantly assist the core mission of the enterprise. Assets will proceed to be focused on the roles that promote, assist, and construct our merchandise. With that, I will flip the decision over to Mike.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Thanks, Frank. This autumn product revenues have been $555 million, representing 54% year-over-year development, and remaining efficiency obligations grew 38% 12 months over 12 months, totaling $3.7 billion. Of the $3.7 billion in RPO, we anticipate roughly 55% to be acknowledged as income within the subsequent 12 months. This represents a 48% enhance in comparison with our estimate as of the identical quarter final 12 months.

Our web income retention charge of 158% contains 13 new clients with $1 million in trailing 12-month product income and displays sturdy development amongst our largest clients. The outperformance in This autumn was pushed by longest-tenured clients. We proceed to see the best contribution from the monetary providers and media and leisure verticals. We proceed to give attention to development and effectivity.

We generated $215 million in non-GAAP adjusted free money circulate, outperforming our This autumn goal. Full-year fiscal 2023 non-GAAP adjusted free money circulate margin was 25%. This autumn bookings underperformed versus our expectations. Pipeline conversion within the closing two weeks of the quarter diverged from historic norms.

Worldwide territories drove the most important underperformance relative to plan, and multiyear bookings declined 15% 12 months on 12 months. Whereas we aren’t OK with this final result, clients’ bookings habits doesn’t dictate their consumption patterns. Prospects have the contractual proper to signal smaller offers to bridge them to their contract finish date. We’re assured that our clients are dedicated to Snowflake and are more and more targeted on higher managing their enterprise throughout extra unsure occasions.

This autumn represented one other quarter of continued progress on profitability. Our non-GAAP product gross margin was 75%. Scale in our public cloud knowledge facilities, continued development in giant buyer accounts, and extra favorable pricing with our cloud service suppliers will contribute to year-over-year gross margin enhancements. Non-GAAP working margin was 6%, benefiting from income outperformance and financial savings on T&E and decrease unhealthy debt expense.

Our non-GAAP adjusted free money circulate margin was 37%, positively impacted by sturdy collections. We acquired some giant buyer funds in January that have been anticipated in February. We ended the quarter in a robust money place, with $5.1 billion in money, money equivalents, and short-term and long-term investments with no debt. As famous within the press launch that went out earlier at present, we’ve expanded our partnership with AWS over the following 5 years, greater than doubling our earlier spend dedication to $2.5 billion.

As a part of the brand new AWS — as a part of the brand new settlement, AWS is committing to assist joint go-to-market efforts, extra favorable pricing. This partnership is aimed toward driving development in innovation. Now, let’s flip to our steerage. As of at present, we’ve accomplished the Graviton2 migration in all of our lively industrial AWS deployments.

We stay dedicated to driving towards higher profitability. We’re targeted on rising income whereas increasing working and free money circulate margins. The change in current buyer buying habits, lower-than-expected new emblem bookings, and slower anticipated ramp from our youngest cohorts has led us to reevaluate our FY ’24 outlook. For the primary quarter, we anticipate product revenues between $568 million and $573 million, representing year-over-year development between 44% and 45%.

Turning to margins. We anticipate, on a non-GAAP foundation, 0% working margin, and we anticipate 361 million diluted weighted common shares excellent. For the complete 12 months fiscal 2024, we anticipate product revenues of roughly $2.7 billion representing year-over-year development of roughly 40%. Turning to profitability for the complete 12 months fiscal 2024, we anticipate, on a non-GAAP foundation, roughly 76% product gross margin, 6% working margin, and 25% adjusted free money circulate margin, and we anticipate 363 million diluted weighted common shares excellent.

I’d additionally prefer to announce that our board of administrators has approved a inventory repurchase program of as much as $2 billion over the following two years. This program displays our conviction within the enterprise and permits us to make use of our anticipated free money circulate to handle dilution over this era. Our share rely steerage doesn’t embody the affect from the inventory repurchase. Throughout fiscal 2023, we added roughly 1,900 web new workers.

We view the present hiring market as favorable for Snowflake, and we’ll proceed to prioritize hiring in product, engineering, and gross sales. We anticipate so as to add greater than 1,000 workers in fiscal 2024. We stay on monitor to attain our fiscal 2029, $10 billion product income goal. We look ahead to executing towards our rising alternative.

And lastly, we’ll host our Investor Day on June 27 in Las Vegas together with Snowflake Summit, our annual customers’ convention. If you happen to’re keen on attending, please e mail [email protected] With that, operator, now you can open up the road for questions.

Questions & Solutions:

Operator

Thanks. [Operator instructions] Our first query at present comes from Mark Murphy from JPMorgan. The road is open.

Mark MurphyJPMorgan Chase and Firm — Analyst

Thanks very a lot. Mike, I am curious if in case you have any insights into the consumption patterns that you simply noticed typically, however together with throughout the vacation intervals, together with MLK weekend and President’s Day week. Is there something — any noteworthy change there? After which I’ve a fast follow-up.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

, there was nothing actually noteworthy across the holidays. As we stated going into our This autumn steerage, we have been factoring within the holidays. And clearly, we have been 3% above our steerage. our precise outcomes.

And I’ll say President’s Day was gradual, however February is off to an excellent begin. It is form of the place we have been anticipating it to be.

Mark MurphyJPMorgan Chase and Firm — Analyst

OK. As a follow-up, Frank, I wished to ask you on the subject of generative AI and huge language fashions. Are you able to body up the chance there for Snowflake? As a result of I’d suppose with the Unistore, you would in all probability deal with all these chat logs. You would be coaching a few of these fashions on very giant knowledge units.

I’d suppose that Snowpipe can pull in social media feeds and form of assist to enhance these fashions. You see any buyer exercise round that vector or any tailwinds you suppose that may very well be growing in time?

Frank SlootmanChairman and Chief Government Officer

Properly, you recognize, it is nonetheless early within the cycle. Clearly, like all people else, we’re throughout it when it comes to evaluating the place these applied sciences could make a distinction. I imply, the issues that we form of hone in on brief time period known as completion code optimizations, issues which can be very, very clear enterprise returns. One of many challenges with this new expertise is that folks give you quite a lot of fascinating questions, however with out a strong enterprise mannequin, that is not going to take off.

So, we take a really pragmatic view. We do anticipate that Snowflake knowledge might be a really, very huge driver of enormous language mannequin together with many, many different knowledge sources. So, we predict that the gravity round knowledge will drive quite a lot of this motion exercise to our platform.

Mark MurphyJPMorgan Chase and Firm — Analyst

Wonderful. Thanks very a lot.

Operator

We now flip to Kirk Materne from Evercore ISI. Your line is open.

Kirk MaterneEvercore ISI — Analyst

Yeah. Thanks for taking the query. Congrats on a very good quarter. Mike, are you able to simply discuss in regards to the worldwide form of underperformance, truly a extremely good quarter.

Is there one thing simply particular in regards to the area when it comes to how persons are consuming over there versus the U.S.? Or is that this only a maturation of your gross sales group that should proceed over in that area?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

I feel it is clients being a little bit extra cautious of their enterprise and simply shopping for as they devour, which they will do below their contracts as nicely, too. We have at all times seen that in Japan, specifically. These clients have a tendency to do this. However I’d say half can be our personal execution as nicely, too, which we’re engaged on.

So, sure, I’ll say we did see as nicely in North America, a lot of clients, a few of our bigger clients, who had consumed their full contract quantity however nonetheless had a contract in place and simply bridged themselves quite than do huge offers proper now. And I feel that is only a perform of uncertainty of their enterprise, however their consumption nonetheless continues to develop on stuff prefer it.

Kirk MaterneEvercore ISI — Analyst

And only one fast one for Frank. Frank, on the telecom cloud that you simply guys have introduced. I used to be simply form of curious your ideas there, how briskly do you suppose that might ramp? Clearly, the monetary providers and among the different verticals that you simply targeted on been actually sturdy, to your level round among the shared edges that you have seen in your larger clients. Simply any ideas on how briskly that might ramp for you guys?

Frank SlootmanChairman and Chief Government Officer

Telco is a extremely necessary phase for us. I imply, our largest clients — a few of our largest clients are in that phase. They’re working large quantities of information, very targeted on managing the service expertise, cross-selling throughout very, very giant buyer bases. That is our fifth trade cloud that we’ve introduced, and it is actually targeted on bringing telco-specific knowledge units, knowledge property to it, knowledge practices, purposes, after which actually usher in that ecosystem of telcos folks that work together with one another who’ve the chance to benefit from an information community like Snowflake.

So, we’re very excessive on — I imply, clearly, telcos are the cornerstone of each fashionable economic system, and particularly in quite a lot of secondary markets. I imply, telcos are usually the most important customers for us.

Kirk MaterneEvercore ISI — Analyst

Thanks.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Brent Thill from Jefferies. Your line is open.

Brent ThillJefferies — Analyst

Thanks. Simply because it pertains to the general information, are you able to simply give us a little bit extra shade, form of what you baked in, Mike, and finally, maybe form of what’s been the massive change out of your perspective?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

, the massive change is admittedly the — we’re seeing the youthful cohorts which can be coming into Snowflake are actually ramping at a slower tempo than what among the early adopters of Snowflake did. They’re nonetheless consuming. These are usually giant organizations as we have been targeted on these giant G2Ks, and so they simply transfer slowly, however they’re nonetheless ramping their consumption simply at a decrease charge. And I feel Snowflake is being deployed extra effectively for these clients.

And I additionally simply suppose too, as our base will get larger, that development naturally slows down within the enterprise, however clients are nonetheless consuming.

Brent ThillJefferies — Analyst

And simply from a rep productiveness perspective, Mike, is there something altering there the place you are seeing the reps’ productiveness gradual? Or is that constant to what you have seen traditionally?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

I’d say we’ve a rep productiveness problem in among the worldwide markets, and we’re slowing down a few of our hiring the place we do not see the productiveness, however there’s different areas the place productiveness is doing nicely. The massive enterprises is unquestionably doing nicely for us. North American enterprise continues to be sturdy for us, and we will deploy sources the place we predict we will get these reps productive over the following 12 months.

Brent ThillJefferies — Analyst

Nice. Thanks for the decision.

Operator

We now flip to Keith Weiss from Morgan Stanley. Your line is open.

Theo ThunMorgan Stanley — Analyst

Nice. That is Theo Thun on for Keith. You set up 158% web retention this quarter. which continues to be a powerful quantity however slowing sequentially.

I’d love to grasp what you are seeing between the completely different buyer cohorts when it comes to enlargement momentum but additionally possibly optimization and the way that form of modified during the last 90 days. Any method you would form of parse that out between 1 million-plus clients after which the remainder of your clients?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

To begin with, the 158% was the precise web income retention, simply as a reminder, once we went public. And I feel there was a little bit little bit of a reacceleration in our enterprise and 2021, 2022, the place there’s quite a lot of clients that possibly had spending uncontrolled. Now, that prices are a a lot larger focus inside virtually each firm at present, I feel persons are utilizing Snowflake extra effectively. Prospects are having very detailed, methodical deployment plans on Snowflake, which is slowing down that development charge of shoppers’ consumption as they are going by their implementations.

However we’re not seeing any clients lower their spend in any materials method in Snowflake. Sure, we nonetheless had these three we identified initially of final 12 months that just a few of these have dropped out of our high 10, however these guys have stabilized. However basically, most of our clients proceed to develop with us, albeit at a slower tempo. And I feel that is extra of a nature of controlling prices.

Theo ThunMorgan Stanley — Analyst

OK. Nice. Acquired it. After which simply shortly in your verticalization.

I imply, clearly, that is an enormous focus for you. And I feel the AWS partnership enlargement form of reiterates that effort. Any method you may form of clarify what you are seeing in numerous verticals? Are there any that slowed which can be stabilizing now? Any that may be accelerating and form of the way you’re interested by completely different verticals in relation to your fiscal 12 months ’24 information?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Properly, I’d say, as I discussed in my remarks and I’ve stated earlier than, monetary providers is unquestionably our largest vertical. That is the place we’ve probably the most knowledge sharing occurring. Subsequent is media and expertise and leisure. That is an enormous phase for us.

Clearly among the newer expertise corporations, we have seen a slowdown in a few of these ones which we had highlighted final 12 months. And I do suppose you are positively going to see a slowdown in quite a lot of the venture-backed corporations that will have been rising in a short time. We’re positively seeing price controls in these corporations as nicely, however the giant International 2000 proceed to develop.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Raimo Lenschow from Barclays. Your line is open.

Shel McMeansBarclays — Analyst

Hello. That is Shel McMeans on for Raimo. Thanks for taking our questions. You have just lately mentioned the highest 15 GSIs have performed round $1.4 billion in providers spend round Snowflake, and that was 12 months up to now as of Q3.

I used to be questioning if we may get an replace on that. After which how ought to we take into consideration the connect to these service — the connect of future consumption onto these providers? Is there any framework we will take into consideration to assist inform subsequent 12 months’s income expectations? For instance, is there a correlation between the expansion charges? Or can we take into consideration the magnitude of that GSI spend with some form of lag? Thanks.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Yeah. I will simply say within the high 15 GSIs, the spend in offers they’ve booked is over $1.6 billion final 12 months based mostly upon the information that my alliances crew is reporting. When it comes to making an attempt to get any concrete relationship between their spend and Snowflake income, I actually do not have that knowledge. And I’d be guessing anecdotally taking a look at particular clients, so I am not going to information towards that.

However it’s typically a lot of occasions larger than what the income is related to it in 12 months 1.

Shel McMeansBarclays — Analyst

Acquired it. And a fast follow-up. How ought to we take into consideration the connection between working margin and free money circulate margin going ahead? Notably when contemplating the growing S&M leverage you guys are getting on bigger accounts and the higher position of enlargement income versus web new that will have an effect on commissions. And then you definately talked about there was some decrease bookings period, and I used to be questioning if billings period performed into that as nicely.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

To begin with, I do not even take a look at billings as a result of in our mannequin, persons are simply shopping for capability and that capability could also be for 3 months, it may very well be for one month, or may very well be for one 12 months, and it actually varies by buyer, and so they have the correct to do this. When it comes to relationship between working margin and free money circulate, nicely positively as your working margin expands, I anticipate our free money circulate to develop. However the working margin will develop at a extra speedy tempo given it is a a lot decrease quantity, and we’ll replace the longer-term mannequin as a part of our Investor Day in June. We clearly simply guided to six% non-GAAP working margin and 25% adjusted free money circulate for the complete 12 months this 12 months.

Shel McMeansBarclays — Analyst

Acquired it. Thanks.

Operator

We now flip to Gregg Moskowitz from Mizuho. Your line is open.

Gregg MoskowitzMizuho Securities — Analyst

OK. Thanks for taking the query. Mike, you talked about that weaker web new bookings and the slower-than-expected ramp out of your youngest cohorts impacted the fiscal ’24 information. However pondering again to the Q3 name, you had additionally spoken about some vital clients that you simply have been anticipating to materially ramp in fiscal ’24, and also you additionally stated at present that the enterprise has typically held up fairly nicely.

So, I am questioning, three months later, possibly taking a look at it from a bottoms-up perspective, are you able to share with us the way you’re interested by these explicit clients and those that there was this potential line of sight when it comes to them ramping in fiscal ’24? Simply questioning if that is modified in any respect when it comes to that viewpoint. Thanks.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Properly, these clients are positively nonetheless ramping. However what I’ll say, what’s completely different in actually week 10 of our quarter, we transformed 90% of our weighted pipeline into bookings the place traditionally, that is been 140% in This autumn, and that is sometimes as a result of offers are understated, and offers get pulled in. That didn’t occur this quarter. We additionally had a lot of clients, huge clients, who quite than they consumed every part and quite than do an enormous multiyear deal, actually simply purchased sufficient capability to get them by to the following quarter or two.

I do have two of my largest clients. I do know they run out of capability inside the subsequent six months, that they should do one thing. However as soon as once more, they may do huge offers, or they may simply do — purchase a enough capability on a quarterly foundation as a result of their contracts nonetheless have not expired. They only have no capability left on them.

So, that is why I do not focus an excessive amount of on bookings and focus extra on income, and why I feel that is the main indicator. However as I stated, we positively do see a lot of our newer clients within the cohort nonetheless ramping, however ramping at a slower tempo than what traditionally they’ve. And I feel that may be a perform of the associated fee controls which can be occurring inside corporations to verify they’re conserving as a lot cash as they will from an expense standpoint.

Gregg MoskowitzMizuho Securities — Analyst

Very useful. After which only for — thanks, Mike. For Frank, on Snowpark for Python. So, we have heard of quite a lot of clients which can be kicking the tires, quite a lot of small exams which can be going down, however you probably did name out a few clients which can be actually ramping, and it feels like there’s quite a lot of strong POC exercise.

Simply be useful to get a little bit bit extra perception when it comes to the way you’re interested by how this performs out over the course of fiscal ’24 when it comes to adoption. Thanks.

Frank SlootmanChairman and Chief Government Officer

Properly, we positively have form of unleashed a full-court press as a result of our primary posture is that, for instance, any Spark job that runs within the Snowflake orbit, both placing knowledge into Snowflake or taking knowledge out of Snowflake for consumption, analytics, machine studying functions is admittedly ours. That is form of the perspective that we take towards it, and we’ll problem current Spark jobs, and we’ll compete laborious for any new ones. So, we’re actually taking possession for the motion exercise that’s occurring in our hemisphere, so to talk. So, it’s everywhere in the map.

We will see very clearly from our personal knowledge, which clients are doing what as a result of they’re touching Snowflake. So, we actually mobilized ourselves as a corporation to focus on that, and also you clearly appear to have picked up on quite a lot of the exercise. It is an enormous quantity of stuff, and I really feel it is actually rolling out in methods, and there’s a lot of POC exercise occurring there. These clients need to see whether or not we will confirm among the outcomes that we’re anticipating.

And to date, these outcomes have been tremendous encouraging, and our gross sales drive is fairly good in regards to the alternative based mostly on the outcomes that we’re seeing. So, we’re fairly enthusiastic about it. That is actually — the actually largest enlargement, if you’ll, of our scope as an organization since we first got here out in 2015 time-frame once we went after Hadoop workloads and issues of that kind.

Gregg MoskowitzMizuho Securities — Analyst

Nice. Thanks very a lot.

Operator

We’ll now flip to Derrick Wooden from Cowen. Your line is open. 

Derrick WoodenCowen and Firm — Analyst

Nice. Thanks. Frank, legacy migrations from on-premise have been a key development driver for brand new clients for you guys. Is the macro inflicting any change in urgency for these sorts of migration initiatives? And given that you simply guys acquired SnowConvert, are you able to discuss how that will assist simplify or speed up migration initiatives?

Frank SlootmanChairman and Chief Government Officer

Properly, you recognize, on SnowConvert, I imply, we have been working with that expertise for years and years. We’re tremendous conversant in it. And we’re truly actually completely happy that we now have full management over that expertise as a result of it is not nearly migrating clients, it is also getting them to consumption sooner, which is why it issues to our mannequin. Not likely seeing slowdown on migrations.

I imply, all of Mike’s feedback to date is admittedly about all the purchasers who’re persevering with to do contract extensions. They only have a extra reticent posture. Previously, it was all about enabling development as laborious and as quick as they may as a result of that was the dynamic of the occasions. Now we’re form of within the reverse dynamic the place they’re trying to not get too far over their skis, and so they’re enabling the expansion they’re foreseeing and so they’re going just a few steps at a time.

However migrations are — carry on coming, you recognize, quick and livid.

Derrick WoodenCowen and Firm — Analyst

Nice. Mike, given all of the headcount cuts occurring within the tech sector, is that having any materials affect to your assumptions round consumption exercise? And you probably did allude to form of the start-up tech seeing stress. Any — are you able to give us a way for the way a lot income publicity you’ve there?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Yeah. Properly, to begin with, once I make the remark about corporations are positively trying to save on their spend. If you’re doing a RIF, you are typically not simply taking a look at decreasing prices and headcount, you are additionally taking a look at different areas of your small business you may cut back prices. So, I positively suppose in some clients, you may see one which publicly introduced dangers.

We have seen some actual slowdown within the income. But others — I can not title their names, however there’s one other one which introduced a RIF in one among our high 10 clients. Their consumption has truly gone up in Snowflake, so there isn’t any direct correlation between RIFs and a buyer’s consumption in Snowflake. However I’ll say CFOs and corporations are positively in search of methods to chop prices and both by headcount or different issues.

Operator

We now flip to Alex Zukin from Wolfe Analysis. Your line is open.

Allan VerkhovskiWolfe Analysis — Analyst

Hey, guys. That is Allan Verkhovski on for Alex Zukin. Thanks for taking the query. Only one fast one for me.

On your 40% product development information in fiscal ’24, how ought to we take into consideration the seasonality by the 12 months? And maybe how has that modified relative to your view final quarter after now seeing slower ramp occasions along with your more moderen adopters of the platform?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Properly, as I stated, the more moderen adopters of the platform, we’ll positively see them ramping slower. They’re taking longer when it comes to they are not rising euphorically like among the earlier ones. And I actually do suppose that may be a issue of — it may very well be the macro that they need to preserve. It may very well be that they are relying on the shopper, that they are being extra environment friendly in how they roll Snowflake out as there is a larger inhabitants of people that have been utilizing Snowflake available in the market.

And it is also an element that quite a lot of the brand new clients that we’re signing up aren’t essentially these venture-backed start-ups which have limitless capital. They are usually extra of those mature corporations which have at all times been disciplined on their spending. So, it actually does differ. When it comes to seasonality, we simply guided — for the quarter, you may see what we guided.

We guided 44% to 45% development in Q1 and guided 40% to the 12 months. I am not going to provide the quarterly steerage for the opposite quarters as a result of we’ll offer you Q2 after Q1 is completed as we have at all times performed.

Allan VerkhovskiWolfe Analysis — Analyst

Thanks.

Operator

Now turning to Sterling Auty from SVB. Your line is open.

Sterling AutySVB Securities — Analyst

Yeah. Thanks. Mike, you gave a few causes for the slower development in newer clients, however I am additionally questioning, are new clients decreasing the variety of use instances initially? And in that case, what are the use instances that you simply see them ramping with first? And what issues possibly are they placing on maintain?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

There isn’t a discount in use instances. The use instances proceed to develop. What are the commonest use instances? It actually relies upon. Migrations are an enormous one, and on-prem, however it’s an on-prem knowledge warehouse, quite a lot of them.

A few of them, although, are nonetheless — we’re nonetheless changing a few of these first-generation cloud knowledge warehouses. Suppose Redshift and issues like that. I actually have not seen any slowdown in use instances. The common deal sizes stay comparatively the identical.

Hasn’t modified.

Sterling AutySVB Securities — Analyst

Make sense. Thanks.

Operator

We’ll now flip to Kamil Mielczarek from William Blair. Your line is open.

Kamil MielczarekWilliam Blair and Firm — Analyst

Hello. Thanks for taking my query. Your free money circulate margin reached your long-term goal of 25%. Are you able to present a little bit extra shade round how you consider that shorter-term money circulate resolution to steadiness margin and income development? And assuming the macro surroundings improves both later this 12 months or in fiscal ’25, how do you consider bringing down margins to reaccelerate income?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Free money circulate margin shouldn’t be instantly associated to our development. Our development is extra on the expense facet and taking a look at productiveness, and we’ll not develop our income sooner until we see productiveness enhance within the gross sales group. And once we see that enhance in productiveness, we’ll add extra heads there. And we predict we’re including on the applicable tempo based mostly on what we’re seeing within the enterprise at present.

As I stated, the place most corporations are chopping, we added 1,900 folks final 12 months, web, and we’ll add over 1,000 folks this 12 months whereas nonetheless producing enchancment in working margin and having superb free money circulate subsequent 12 months once more.

Kamil MielczarekWilliam Blair and Firm — Analyst

That is useful. And a fast follow-up. I understand it is nonetheless early, however are you able to present some element across the traction you are seeing with the Unistore product and the way you anticipate that piece of the platform to evolve for the following few years?

Christian KleinermanSenior Vice President, Product

Sure. That is Christian. It’s, as you say, nonetheless very early on. We’re nonetheless in personal preview with tens of shoppers validating and offering us suggestions.

We acquired fairly constructive suggestions and encouragement, however it’s early for us to have any significant rollout for adoption.

Kamil MielczarekWilliam Blair and Firm — Analyst

Thanks.

Operator

We now flip to Fred Lee from Credit score Suisse. Your line is open.

Fred LeeCredit score Suisse — Analyst

Gents, thanks very a lot for taking my query. You have each been very clear about managing the enterprise for the long run. And contemplating this working philosophy, what is the pondering behind the $2 billion share buyback versus pouring extra gasoline into the corporate’s R&D engine and doubling down on merchandise? Thanks.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Yeah. Fred, it is Mike. We’ve $5.1 billion in money on our steadiness sheet. We have had $5 billion because the time we went public.

We have made a lot of strategic acquisition and M&A offers. So, we really feel we’ve greater than sufficient capital within the enterprise to gasoline our development by each the small tuck-in M&As, in addition to spend money on headcount, however you may solely add so many individuals at a time and get them productive in an engineering group. And I am not listening to our engineering leaders declare they want extra folks. And it is not development in any respect prices, this firm.

Sure, we’re a development firm, however it’s environment friendly development as nicely, too, and we’ll proceed to do this. And we anticipate we will generate near $2 billion over the following two years. And given the $5.1 billion we’ve, we predict it might be nice to handle dilution by that. And we nonetheless have the chance, if we discover nice candidates, to rent sooner if we so select.

Fred LeeCredit score Suisse — Analyst

That is very useful. Thanks.

Operator

We now flip to Brad Reback from Stifel. Your line is open.

Brad RebackStifel Monetary Corp. — Analyst

Nice. Thanks very a lot. Mike, during the last three years, you have added 1,800 to 1,900 new clients every year. So, as we glance into ’24, ought to we anticipate that to proceed in an analogous form of development in income per buyer? Or will it skew extra towards income per buyer? Thanks.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

To begin with, I do not actually give attention to the overall variety of clients. As I’ve stated many occasions, I would prefer to give attention to high quality clients. We are likely to give attention to giant enterprise, or they are often small which have the power to be vital clients. And so, clearly, the variety of clients goes to develop.

Whether or not we add 1,800, 2,000, or 1,500, I actually do not know subsequent 12 months. I will focus extra on what these proper clients are. And you will note the income per buyer rising. Sure, our $1 million-plus clients have stayed flat at $3.7 million, however we additionally added a lot of new clients in there.

Our International 2000 now are as much as $1.4 million in trailing 12 months. They have been at $1.3 million final quarter, but we nonetheless added extra International 2000. So, I do suppose the income per million-over-plus buyer and G2K goes to proceed to develop over time, and I feel you are going to see extra development out of these International 2000 numbers.

Brad RebackStifel Monetary Corp. — Analyst

That is nice. Thanks very a lot.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Brent Bracelin from Piper Sandler. Your line is open.

Brent BracelinPiper Sandler — Analyst

Thanks. Good afternoon. Frank, 20% of shoppers have tried Snowpark Python. When do you suppose that these use instances and workloads may truly transfer from testing and experimentation to truly driving acceleration within the enterprise? Do you suppose this can be a potential lever within the second half? Or do you suppose it take a 12 months for lots of those clients to work out a few of these new use instances from a workload driver perspective?

Frank SlootmanChairman and Chief Government Officer

Yeah. When it comes to what we’re already seeing within the velocity of consumption that’s coming from Snowpark, we predict it will likely be within the second half in some unspecified time in the future, the place we will see what we predict is a cloth affect from that. However it’s nonetheless early days. We’re rising from a really small base.

So, sure, we’re seeing excessive velocity that also have to persist earlier than, on our income scale, it turns into materials.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Stated one other method, Brent, our steerage for this 12 months shouldn’t be materials, what we’ve for Snowpark, however I do suppose long term might be way more materially. It may give us upside, however it’s nonetheless too early.

Brent BracelinPiper Sandler — Analyst

Very useful. After which, Mike, I need to return to the margin remark right here. I get recession impacting a drag on the expansion enterprise for 100% utilization mannequin, however you’re guiding a 25% free money circulate margins at, name it, $2.5 billion scale. Are you rethinking the profitability of this enterprise at $10 billion scale, simply pondering by margins at present and what they probably may very well be at a lot bigger scale?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Properly, you are simply going to have to attend for June or Investor Day once we give an replace on that mannequin, however clearly, there’s upside to what we stated final Investor Day.

Brent BracelinPiper Sandler — Analyst

Nice. Thanks.

Operator

We now flip to Tyler Radke from Citi. Your line is open.

Tyler RadkeCiti — Analyst

Sure. Good afternoon, and thanks for taking the query. Mike, going again to your feedback on the bookings slowdown on the finish of the quarter, how a lot of that was driving the decrease outlook for the complete 12 months versus precise consumption slowdown that you simply noticed? And I suppose, secondly, as you consider that reserving slowdown, are you incorporating decrease shut charge assumptions simply on condition that this was the primary quarter that you simply transformed, you recognize, beneath 100% of the weighted adjusted pipeline? Thanks.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Most of that bookings was actually only a period, clients shopping for sufficient capability to get them by. Sure, there have been clients that we didn’t land some new ones which have deferred into this 12 months to do offers that does have an effect within the second half of the 12 months on income. However the largest factor on the income information is admittedly we’re seeing the newer clients take longer to ramp. And these are a few of our huge clients which can be giant International 2000 which can be very methodical in the way in which they do issues.

Not like among the early adopters that have been do every part as doable to get every part on Snowflake as quickly as doable.

Operator

We’re now turning to Simon Leopold from Raymond James. Your line is open.

Victor ChiuRaymond James — Analyst

Hello, guys. That is Victor Chiu in for Simon. Concerning the habits of the brand new cohorts, do you anticipate that consumption accelerates and returns to earlier consumption charges in a extra normalized surroundings? Or is that this a structural shift round how new cohorts are form of approaching their implementations, and that is how we should always give it some thought as form of the established order going ahead?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Properly, what I’d say is we’re a consumption mannequin that actually, the start of the day, we’ve zero income, and clients select to make use of Snowflake. In a good macro surroundings, I feel persons are watching their prices. However simply as shortly as they will flip Snowflake off, they will ramp it up in a short time as nicely, too. And so, we’re seeing clients, as I stated earlier than, use Snowflake extra effectively, be extra methodical in how they roll Snowflake out to verify they’re doing issues.

However there’s actually no huge change. Prospects are nonetheless consuming. They’re simply not rising on the charge they have been. They’re nonetheless rising, and also you see that in our web income retention.

Victor ChiuRaymond James — Analyst

OK. That is useful. And only one fast follow-up. Are you able to assist us perceive a little bit extra round your R&D priorities? Perhaps assist us perceive the place your preferences are between including new options versus getting into new markets.

Simply making an attempt to get a way for the place you see alternatives round your R&D efforts.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

I will let Christian discuss that.

Christian KleinermanSenior Vice President, Product

Yeah. We proceed investing and innovating throughout the three broad vectors that we mentioned up to now. One is sustained progress on analytics. Second one is round collaboration, the place knowledge sharing, clear room break up.

Right here, one is the broader class of workload enablement, however we have seen computation to return nearer to the information. That is the place Snowpark’s extraordinarily many different initiatives slot in. So, we proceed investing and making progress on all three fronts.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

And on the product facet or in market facet, we can have FedRAMP excessive very, very quickly that the general public sector, we’re going to have the ability to go after. And as nicely, we’re engaged on IL5 and anticipate we’ll have — the general public sector will begin to be extra materials to us this 12 months when it comes to new offers. And when it comes to new markets, we proceed to discover China with a technique for our international multinationals who function in China, and that’s one thing the place we might be in there this 12 months. After which the opposite factor that I’d say, too, is we’re not opening any new international locations, and we will make investments extra in among the larger worldwide markets like Japan the place we’re seeing large alternative.

They only transfer slower.

Victor ChiuRaymond James — Analyst

That is useful. Thanks.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Will Energy from Baird. Your line is open.

Will EnergyRobert W. Baird and Firm — Analyst

OK. Nice. Thanks. It seems to be like a very nice complete settlement with AWS.

I suppose I’m wondering in that vein in the event you may present any replace as to the Azure relationship, the chance there, what go-to-market at present seems to be like. After which, Mike, simply because it pertains to margins this 12 months, margin steerage, a bit larger than the place you have been beforehand regardless of the decrease income outlook. Simply possibly some other shade on form of the important thing levers serving to to allow that.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Properly, I will begin with the margins first. Clearly, once we, like lots of our clients began taking a look at our prices, and we slowed down a few of our hiring this 12 months, and in order that’s actually driving the margin outperformance, in addition to efficiencies in the way in which we do issues. And we’re dedicated to persevering with to function the corporate as effectively as doable, so do anticipate, long term, extra leverage within the mannequin there. When it comes to the connection with the cloud distributors, I’d say, the brand new AWS settlement is a superb step ahead in bettering an already actually good relationship with AWS, to start with.

We had a $1.2 billion commit. Now, we’ve a $2.5 billion commit over the following 5 years, and it is significantly better alignment go-to-market between the 2. AWS, we’re nonetheless — Azure, we’re nonetheless two and a half years into that five-year contract. We are going to begin discussing with Azure making an attempt to get higher phrases.

I am not simply speaking pricing. I am speaking go-to-market working along with each other, and there isn’t any change in GCP up to now. I am hopeful there may very well be one thing in GCP long term. We are going to come to the tip of our GCP contract in Could of 2024, and we’re monitoring to totally devour what we dedicated to with GCP, however we’re clearly working forward with Azure and AWS, and that is why we did an early renewal or a brand new contract with AWS.

Will EnergyRobert W. Baird and Firm — Analyst

Thanks.

Operator

We now flip to Fred Havemeyer from Macquarie. Your line is open.

Fred HavemeyerMacquarie Group — Analyst

Hello. Thanks. , Mike, I wished to return to an earlier remark you made about a few of your newer buyer cohorts being extra methodical of their strategy to ramping on Snowflake. Might you present a little bit extra context round what you are seeing there when it comes to what they’re doing? Is that this one thing across the — maybe like something budget-related, oversight, inside change administration, or something? And I am making an attempt to sq. that additionally — or not sq. it, quite, however perceive it in context with the outline you gave that the enterprise phase is performing fairly nicely.

Thanks.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Properly, I am simply telling you, they are not rising as shortly as what they did, what we noticed in 2021 and 2022, the place I feel it was a little bit bit extra euphoric with corporations who did not have as a lot price self-discipline round spending, and also you’re seeing folks being extra cost-conscious in how they do issues throughout the board, not simply on Snowflake. That is why you are seeing these corporations do RIFs on the market. And because of this, we do see these corporations rising, albeit they’re rising at a extra methodical tempo. We’re not seeing these loopy spikes in consumption in clients.

And that is additionally a perform of persons are utilizing Snowflake extra effectively when it comes to actually planning out the rollout of Snowflake. Additionally, our PS useful resource, since they’re actively concerned with clients, our companions are getting higher skilled on the way to do Snowflake migrations. This simply — that is actually a maturing of our companion ecosystem and us.

Fred HavemeyerMacquarie Group — Analyst

Thanks.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Michael Turrin from Wells Fargo. Your line is open.

Michael TurrinWells Fargo Securities — Analyst

Hey, nice. Thanks.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Sorry, I can not hear you. Are you able to repeat that?

Michael TurrinWells Fargo Securities — Analyst

Oh, yeah. So, begin from the start. Yeah. Joyful to.

Even with among the impacts you are mentioning, the NRR continues to be holding sturdy at 158%. Not misplaced on us, however any change in the way you’re interested by goal ranges? Notice there’s variability that you simply stated you anticipate these to stay above 130% for a very long time. Simply something you are seeing at present that might trigger that metric to dip extra meaningfully. Or something you may add there may be useful.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

We’re not forecasting it to dip to that stage anytime quickly. However clearly, because the numbers get larger, it turns into tougher. And that quantity continues to be going to be a really excessive quantity, and it actually all relies upon upon the purchasers we land at present and those that we landed during the last two years that may come into our cohort subsequent 12 months. However clearly, in the event you recall again in 2020, we truly had an acceleration in our web income retention charge.

I am not saying that is going to occur, however that’s doable that that might occur as nicely, too. You look by 2022, our web income retention went up. And that is the gorgeous factor of a consumption mannequin. Simply as corporations can actually management their spend on Snowflake, once they open up their budgets extra, they will ramp in a short time current clients on Snowflake that might drive that up, however we’re not seeing a precipitous drop off long term within the web income retention.

It should probably come down long term, however it should nonetheless keep very excessive.

Michael TurrinWells Fargo Securities — Analyst

Useful. Only one extra, if I could. Sorry. That is useful.

Any — you have talked about the brand new clients ramping slower. I feel we will admire the surroundings we’re in. However is — are there stuff you’re considering both from a product or go-to-market perspective that might change that dynamic in any respect? Or is it extra a matter of being affected person, letting them come to you, and this all leads us out over time, out of your perspective?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Yeah. I additionally need to stress, too. That is on common. There are some clients who’re ramping very, in a short time.

However that was the entire technique behind the SnowConvert acquisition of Mobilize, in order that’s actually to assist allow migrations sooner. That is additionally why we’re spending quite a lot of time certifying and coaching our companions to allow them to work on this. We’re doing every part we will to proceed to see clients ramp on Snowflake. And to be clear, they proceed to ramp at an excellent tempo, albeit not on the euphoric tempo that they have been up to now.

Michael TurrinWells Fargo Securities — Analyst

That is very clear. Thanks.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Mike Cikos from Needham and Firm. Your line is open.

Mike CikosNeedham and Firm — Analyst

Hey, guys. Thanks for getting me on the decision right here. I wished to see if I may parse again the steerage development that you simply guys have. I do know a few folks have requested about possibly whole buyer advertisements, and I do know, Mike, you had commented that you simply guys wish to give attention to the standard clients.

If I simply take a look at just like the International 2000 for instance, I feel beforehand, Snowflake has spoken about having, name it, one- to two-year gross sales cycles for a few of these clients, once more, as a result of it is a strategic relationship. Is there any method or are you able to present any element so far as the way you’re interested by additions from the International 2000? Or how these web retention charges are anticipated to development over the course of the 12 months? After which one follow-up, if I may. I do know an earlier colleague had requested in regards to the firm’s publicity to, for instance, that the extra VC-backed corporations, that are clamping down versus the euphoric development that you simply had seen beforehand. Are you able to measurement up what that publicity is to that buyer phase?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

So, you requested a lot of questions, however the very first thing is we land giant enterprises, International 2000, as quick as we will. They’re giant, lengthy gross sales cycles. They are going to be lumpy when it comes to once we land them, however that’s purely the reserving. The ramping of these guys take time, and it is to get them to ramp to income.

We’ve not seen any change when it comes to actually the common deal measurement of these International 2000 once we land them. When it comes to web income retention you requested about, I am not going to information to web income retention sooner or later. And when it comes to your query on venture-backed corporations, we’ve disclosed this earlier than, and it stays there. It is roughly 10% of our enterprise.

That tends to be the phase that our inside gross sales actually focuses on, not all of that, and there are some giant corporations in there as nicely, too. These are among the unicorns which have been able to go public for some time, however given the markets, have chosen to not. However once I take a look at these giant unicorns, they’re nonetheless very nicely capitalized.

Mike CikosNeedham and Firm — Analyst

That is superior. Thanks. Thanks, Mike. And I do know that you simply’re saying that there isn’t any change within the common deal measurement from while you’re touchdown these clients, however you’re saying that the newer cohorts are increasing at a slower charge.

Are you able to present like magnitude of variations? If clients have sometimes taken, I do not know, six months to ramp to their run charge, how is that trending at present? Like what would that delta be, if we’re interested by magnitude based mostly on this macro affect you are seeing?

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Yeah. I am not going to reveal that. I am simply saying it is slower.

Mike CikosNeedham and Firm — Analyst

Acquired it. Thanks.

Operator

Our closing query at present comes from Brad Zelnick from Deutsche Financial institution. Your line is open.

Unknown speaker

Hey, thanks for taking the query. That is Dan on for Brad. I simply wished to ask one shortly on among the {hardware} and software program enhancements that have been form of a key focus going into the 12 months. And now that we have form of gone by the 12 months and also you talked about the Graviton migration is accomplished, how did these form of play out, the affect of that on consumption relative to form of what you are anticipating? After which something to form of name out trying into subsequent 12 months, over the following a number of quarters, when it comes to {hardware}, software program enhancements, and any cause that might form of differ from form of the long-term affect that you simply anticipate these to have that you have talked about earlier than? Thanks.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

No. As I stated earlier than, we think about a 5% income headwind yearly related to each {hardware} and software program enhancements and do not see any materials {hardware} enhancements occurring. This 12 months, as of at present, there are a variety of software program enhancements that we’re consistently engaged on these. And so, I really feel fairly good about that 5%, as I discussed.

The Graviton2 deployments are all accomplished as of at present. We did not fairly get all of them performed final 12 months. There have been a lot of them have been completed within the first month of this quarter and so did not fairly have the complete affect as we thought final 12 months, however it’s actually laborious to inform. However it’s baked into our forecast for this 12 months.

Unknown speaker

Thanks. After which only one final one. I used to be simply curious on the worldwide, if there are any markets, specifically, that form of drove the underperformance in worldwide.

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

So, you recognize, EMEA truly had a very good consumption. They have been just about on plan from a consumption. They have been a little bit slower on the reserving facet. And I feel that is extra of a perform of individuals being extra cautious with uncertainty of their companies, I’d say.

Japan is doing nicely for us, however they’re very methodical and purchase as they go. And I’d say among the different areas in Asia are a little bit bit slower, however Asia is such a small piece of our total enterprise. It is actually EMEA that was a little bit slower than what we might have thought from a bookings perspective and productiveness.

Unknown speaker

Acquired it. Thanks.

Operator

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Name individuals:

Jimmy SextonHead of Investor Relations

Frank SlootmanChairman and Chief Government Officer

Mike ScarpelliChief Monetary Officer

Mark MurphyJPMorgan Chase and Firm — Analyst

Kirk MaterneEvercore ISI — Analyst

Brent ThillJefferies — Analyst

Theo ThunMorgan Stanley — Analyst

Shel McMeansBarclays — Analyst

Gregg MoskowitzMizuho Securities — Analyst

Derrick WoodenCowen and Firm — Analyst

Allan VerkhovskiWolfe Analysis — Analyst

Sterling AutySVB Securities — Analyst

Kamil MielczarekWilliam Blair and Firm — Analyst

Christian KleinermanSenior Vice President, Product

Fred LeeCredit score Suisse — Analyst

Brad RebackStifel Monetary Corp. — Analyst

Brent BracelinPiper Sandler — Analyst

Tyler RadkeCiti — Analyst

Victor ChiuRaymond James — Analyst

Will EnergyRobert W. Baird and Firm — Analyst

Fred HavemeyerMacquarie Group — Analyst

Michael TurrinWells Fargo Securities — Analyst

Mike CikosNeedham and Firm — Analyst

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