• The $738 million 'subscription economy' company Zuora files to go public

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The $738 million subscription startup Zuora filed to go public on Friday.
    Zuora, which sells software that helps other companies run their subscription businesses, saw $168 million in revenue in 2018, but had a net loss of $47 million.
    Though not very well known, Zuora runs the subscription services behind big-name customers like HBO, Ford and Symantec.
    The March madness continues as another tech startup has hopped in line for a 2018 initial public offering.
    Zuora, a Silicon Valley cloud software company, filed an S-1 on Friday afternoon .
    The company, which was last valued at $738 million...
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  • Enterprise subscription services provider Zuora has filed for an IPO

    Enterprise subscription services provider Zuora has filed for an IPO

    3 monthes ago - By Tech Crunch

    Zuora, which helps businesses handle subscription billing and forecasting, filed for an initial public offering this afternoon following on the heels of Dropbox's filing earlier this month.
    Zuora's IPO may signal that Dropbox going public, and seeing a price range that while under its previous valuation seems relatively reasonable, may open the door for coming enterprise initial public offerings. Cloud security company Zscaler also made its debut earlier this week, with the stock doubling once it began trading on the Nasdaq. Zuora will list on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker...
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