Splunk (NASDAQ:SPLK), referred to by some as the "Google of big data," is set to report earnings tomorrow. As investors wait to see what the company reports -- and whether the stock can rebound from its near 30% decline year to date -- many may be wondering what Splunk's main operating segments are, and how its financial results should be interpreted.
In the following video, analysts Eric Bleeker and Max Macaluso discuss Splunk's business, its most recent financial statements, and potential growth areas.
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