Snowflake Sees Slowing Revenue Growth
March 3, 2022
reported financial results for its fourth quarter and full year of fiscal 2022,
ended January 31, 2022.
Revenue for the quarter was $383.8 million, representing 101% year-over-year
growth. Product revenue for the quarter was $359.6 million, representing 102%
year-over-year growth. Remaining performance obligations were $2.6 billion,
representing 99% year-over-year growth. Net revenue retention rate was 178% as
of January 31, 2022. The company now has 5,944 total customers and 184 customers
with trailing 12-month product revenue greater than $1 million.
Wall Street was only looking for revenue of $372.6 million.
Snowflake guided with a 79% to 81% range for product revenue growth in the
fiscal first quarter. Consensus estimates were set at 78% for product revenue
“Snowflake finished fiscal 2022 with record-breaking consumption and bookings
results, including triple-digit product revenue growth,” said Frank Slootman,
Chairman and CEO, Snowflake. “Remaining performance obligations were $2.6
billion, representing year-on-year growth of 99%. Our net revenue retention rate
reached 178% driven by continued growth from our largest customers.”
Snowflake and Streamlit have signed a definitive agreement
for Snowflake to acquire Streamlit. With this strategic acquisition, the two
companies will join forces to unlock the unrealized potential of data and make
it easier to build beautiful applications. Closing of the acquisition is subject
to the receipt of required regulatory approvals and other customary closing
Developers want flexibility when working with data, simpler environments that
require less administrative work and maintenance, and immediate access to the
data they need while maintaining the highest standards of governance. The
Snowflake Data Cloud provides developers and data scientists with a secure
collaboration hub for data they can trust. Thousands of customers already depend
on the Snowflake Data Cloud for critical data workloads backed by leading
security and governance.
Streamlit’s open-source framework enables developers and data scientists to
build and share data apps and to do so quickly and iteratively, without the need
to be an expert in front-end development. Developers and data scientists already
trust Streamlit for building data applications and interactive data experiences.
Streamlit has over 8M downloads and more than 1.5M applications have been built
using their framework.
the two companies will enable developers to build apps using tools they love
with simplified data access and governance. Streamlit users will benefit from
greater resources for continued innovation on Streamlit’s framework and easier
access to trusted and secure data to power their data applications. Snowflake
customers will be able to leverage Streamlit’s robust app development framework
to further unlock data with the Snowflake Data Cloud. Both will benefit from an
even larger and more active community contributing to the Streamlit framework.
“At Snowflake, we believe in bringing together open standards and open source
with industry-leading data governance and security,” Snowflake Co-Founder and
President of Products Benoit Dageville said. “When Snowflake and Streamlit come
together, we will be able to provide developers and data scientists with a
single, powerful hub to discover and collaborate with data they can trust to
build next generation data apps and shape the future of data science.”
“Streamlit’s community of developers, open source contributors, and creators is
core to our success and we’re always looking for ways to further support the
community with simple and powerful tools to build apps,” Streamlit CEO and
Co-Founder Adrien Treuille said. “By joining forces with Snowflake, both the
Streamlit and Snowflake developer communities will be able to tap into cutting
edge technologies for unlocking data’s true potential.”