Cloud-based communications provider Twilio reported better-than-expected first quarter financial results on Tuesday.
The San Francisco-based company delivered a Q1 net loss of $24.3 million, or 25 cents per share.
Twilio's non-GAAP earnings clocked in at a loss of four cents a share on revenue of $129.1 million, up 49 percent year over year. Wall Street was expecting a loss of seven cents a share on revenue of $116.5 million.
Twilio's share price was up more than two percent in after hours trading.
"Our first quarter results exhibited broad-based strength across multiple areas of our business, especially with continued expansion with existing customers," said Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson.
Looking to the current quarter, analysts are expecting a loss of six cents a share on revenue of $123.2 million. Twilio responded with revenue expectations between $129 million to $131 million with an adjusted earnings loss per share of six cents to five cents.
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