Zoom Video Communications has released its financial results for the third fiscal quarter ending October 31, 2023, highlighting resilient growth and innovative strides in its offerings.
In Q3, Zoom, which is available in Google PlayStore, has registered revenue of $1.137 billion, marking a 3 percent increase, surpassing projections. Notably, the enterprise segment grew by 8 percent, constituting 58 percent of the total revenue, showcasing a shift towards more extensive corporate adoption. The company experienced a record low online average monthly churn of 3.0 percent, indicating enhanced customer retention.
The number of enterprise customers grew by 5 percent to approximately 219,700, while high-value customers contributing over $100,000 in revenue surged by 14 percent, now representing 29 percent of total revenue.
CEO Eric S. Yuan expressed satisfaction with the quarter’s performance, attributing it to the introduction of advanced capabilities such as the Zoom AI Companion and the continuous evolution of customer and employee engagement solutions.
Zoom’s innovation in AI-driven tools has been notable, with the Zoom AI Companion witnessing widespread adoption. Over 220,000 accounts have enabled it, generating 2.8 million meeting summaries, demonstrating its popularity and utility among users.
The company highlighted significant customer successes:
Flex, a global manufacturing leader, saw substantial growth in Zoom adoption across its 170,000 employees in 30 countries. The utilization of various Zoom features, including Meetings, Rooms, Team Chat, Whiteboard, and Phone, led to infrastructure optimization and significant cost reductions.
Dropbox has expanded its collaboration with Zoom by adopting AI-enabled support tools like Zoom Virtual Agent and Zoom Contact Center, enhancing its global user support services.
Amynta Group, an insurance services company, scaled its usage of Zoom’s stack significantly, standardizing customer-facing sales support and witnessing nearly a fivefold increase in spending.
Virgin Group deployed Workvivo, a platform supported by Zoom, unifying 60,000 employees across nearly 40 Virgin companies, fostering collaboration and strengthening their organizational culture.
Zoom also achieved notable milestones, with Zoom Phone reaching approximately 7 million paid seats, Zoom Contact Center serving around 700 customers, and Zoom Virtual Agent customers nearly doubling in Q3.
Looking forward, Zoom provided guidance for Q4 and full fiscal year 2024, expecting revenue within the ranges of $1.125 billion to $1.130 billion for Q4 and $4.506 billion to $4.511 billion for the full fiscal year. The company’s continued innovation and strategic expansions position it well for sustained growth and market leadership in the coming quarters.