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News & Analysis: Zuora
They are relatively new to the stock market. And you've probably only heard of one of them.
The software company is revamping its sales force.
Stocks tumbled in response to threats of tariffs on Mexican imports. Uber rose after reporting earnings, but Zuora took a big fall.
The maker of cloud-based tools for sales management in subscription-based business models delivered solid first-quarter results, but the rest of this fiscal year looks rough.
The world's largest retailer might be going mobile, while a trio of young tech firms reports quarterly results.
ZUO earnings call for the period ending April 30, 2019.
Body cameras, back-office billing, and property management software -- three niches with lots of room for growth.
Investors are beginning to appreciate the subscription services company's vast growth potential.
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