Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG) recently released a strong Q4 2020 report. The company continues to beat Wall Street’s estimates on revenue growth. As of February 22, an EVBG share was worth $ 159.92. EVBG market cap was $4.95 billion.
In addition to critical event management (CEM) solutions, Everbridge provides data protection tools. Some CEM tools inform certain groups about what is right and what is wrong during a natural disaster or when a particular region needs to abide by emergency requirements. Everbridge has integrated capabilities such as contact tracing into its CEM. COVID-19 required new features, and they have been incorporated into Everbridge’s CEM.
As of the quarter’s end, Everbridge had $ 75.6 million, up 32 % year over year. Earnings per share declined to $ 0.03, a loss of 22.6%. GAAP loss rose to $24.6 million. The cash flow from operations reached a record $ 19.4 million, an increase of 1193 %. The number of customers at Everbridge grew 12% to 5613. Over $100,000 worth of deals were closed. Everbridge CEM clients grew by 68 % to 128.
As of 2020, revenue for Everbridge has YOY up 35% to $ 271.1 million. Everbridge’s platform has handled more than 5 billion interactions around the world over the past year. Losses were $ 0.2 million, or $ 0.01 per share, down from $ 1.8 million and $ 0.05 in 2019.
Looking now at EVBG’s performance in the past, we can observe different moving trends. Last week, this stock went up 13.75%, and for the last month, returns have been 10.76%. Shares of this organization’s stock rose 32.08% throughout the last quarter. With a full-year gain of 52.35%, the stock has gained 15.93% over the last six months. This stock is now showing a positive year-to-date (YTD) performance of 7.28%.