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Atlassian’s revenue jumped 26% in FY23 – and the tech giant’s operating loss ballooned to $526 million too

- August 4, 2023 3 MIN READ

Atlassian’s long history of financial losses continues into the company’s 21st year, despite strong revenue growth, posting quarterly revenue of US$939 million, up 24% on 12 months ago, in the fourth quarter of the 2023 financial year to June 30. The tech giant’s (NASDAQ: TEAM) quarterly operating loss grew too, up from US$42.3 million in… Read more »

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Atlassian’s quarterly revenue is up 24%, but last year’s profit has turned into a $240 million loss

- May 5, 2023 2 MIN READ

Atlassian’s March quarter revenue has grown 24% on 12 months ago to $915 million (A$1.365bn), with subscription revenue up 37% to $761 million (A$1.136bn), but last year’s US$32.9 million profit has turned into an operating loss of US$161.6 million (A$240m) for Q3 in FY2023. The US-listed (NASDAQ: TEAM) Australian workplace software giant released its quarterly… Read more »

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Atlassian shares plunge after another quarterly loss

- February 3, 2023 3 MIN READ

Nasdaq-listed Australian software giant Atlassian has seen its shares fall more than 10% in after hours trade following the release of its December quarter results, which posted a US$99.2 million loss. The loss compares to a rare profit of $23 million 12 months earlier. Now in its 21st year of operations, Atlassian has yet to… Read more »

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Atlassian’s income grew by a third in a year, but quarterly losses continue as the revenue outlook falls

- November 4, 2022 3 MIN READ

US-based Australian tech giant Atlassian has seen revenue rise by nearly a third (31%) to US$807 million in the first quarter (Q1) of the 2023 financial year, but the 20-year-old business continues to post losses as growth begins to slow. Quarterly subscription revenue grew by 50% on 12 months ago, to US$651 million, but the… Read more »

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20 years on, Atlassian continues to be unprofitable

- August 5, 2022 3 MIN READ

Australian tech company Atlassian was famously started by Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar using $10,000 in credit card debt. The idea has since turned them into multi-billionaires. The NASDAQ-listed venture recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and this week celebrates posting another annual net loss of more than US$600 million (A860m). Atlassian (NASDAQ: TEAM) posted its… Read more »

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Nearly 20 years on, Atlassian’s revenue is continuing to skyrocket – and the losses too

- October 29, 2021 2 MIN READ

Atlassian continues to grow rapidly, with quarterly revenue up 34% on 12 months ago. Releasing its first quarter FY22 results today, Nasdaq-listed Australian tech company posted revenue of US$614 million, with quarterly subscription revenue up 57% year-on-year to US$435 million. But the company’s losses remain equally impressive, with a net loss of US$400.1 million for… Read more »

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Zip shares crash on results announcement as bad debts jump

- July 22, 2021 2 MIN READ

Shares in BNPL Zip crashed nearly 8% today after the company released its Q4 trading update. The fintech (ASX: Z1P) painted a rosy growth picture, but analyst nemesis UBS said the 4Q volumes “were below expectations” resulting in a  “significant volume miss” compared to forecasts, with US momentum starting to slow. Zip closed at $6.99,… Read more »

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Afterpay ponders US listing after sales soar

- April 20, 2021 < 1 MIN READ

ASX-listed Afterpay is contemplating a US listing as global sales for the third quarter of FY21 continue to boom. The buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) fintech (ASX:APT) beat market expectations, with underlying sales overall up 104% on 12 months ago, while underlying sales in the US and UK were up 167% and 246% respectively for Q3 FY21. Quarterly… Read more »