Worldpay Inc. (NYSE: WP) stock rose over 1.9% on 9th August, 2018 (as on 1:00 PM GMT-4 Source: Google Finance) driven by organic growth and expanding margins. The net revenue increased 90% to $1.0 billion and on a GAAP basis, net income per diluted share dropped down 102% to $0.01 which was $0.41 less than previous year. Adjusted net income per share increased 25% to $1.04 where as there wasn’t much increase in the adjusted EBIDTA which was $492.9 million or 49.0% net revenue.
There was a significant progress on revenue synergies identifying a $300 billion of addressable e-commerce volume which creates the potential for $100 million by 2020.
The group acquired Adaptive Insights for $1.55B in cash which also includes the assumption of $150M in unvested equity. The group has a $115 million IPO with a share price range of $13 to $15, which would lead to a fully diluted market value of $705 million at the midpoint.
For the first quarter of 2019, the group total revenue surged 29% yoy to $619 million, while subscription revenue surged 31% yoy to $522 million boosted by solid net new ACV growth. Professional Services revenue rose 20% yoy to $96.5 million. Outside the US, total revenue surged 43% to $139 million, which comprises 22% of total revenue.
The group’s Subscription revenue backlog rose 31% yoy to $5.2 billion. The group would be boosting their subscription revenue, to the range of $2.275 billion to $2.290 billion for FY19. They forecast second quarter subscription revenue to be in the range of $557 million to $559 million or 28% to 29% growth, with a sequential improvement in Q3 and Q4 of over 4.5% and 6.5% respectively.
The group forecast Professional Services revenue to be over $405 million in fiscal 2019 as they continue to prioritize driving the highest levels of customer success above Professional Services revenue expansion.
The group’s cash flow from operations reached $184 million during the first quarter of 2018 while trailing 12-month operating cash flow was also a record high at $470 million, rising 28% on a yoy basis. The total unearned revenue rose 18% yoy to over $1.4 billion. Current unearned revenue surged 22% to $1.32 billion