© Reuters. Needham ‘more bullish’ on WalkMe’s value proposition after Q1 performance – Read why
- Needham analyst Scott Berg maintained WalkMe Ltd (:WKME) with a long and lowered the price target from $40 to $20 (up 132.3%) after Q1 results. exercise 22.
- Berg attended WalkMe’s first Analyst Day, becoming more optimistic about its value proposition and its ability to become a more strategic partner with clients.
- Also Read: Here’s How KeyBanc Rates WalkMe Results After Q1
- Key takeaways include 1) WKME’s growing ability to transition from a one-time-use application to a more widely used platform. 2) Ramping GTM’s investments can deliver the 30% annual growth profile that management has conveyed since its IPO. 3) Expanding within its current customer base alone could achieve its growth goals with a significant upsell opportunity. 4) A financial profile that emphasizes a near-term 30% revenue growth profile, but exhibits typical large-scale SaaS profitability with operating margins of 20% or more.
- He said the current valuation at less than 2x its FY23 revenue estimate was attractive if the company could hit its 30% growth target.
- Price action: WKME shares traded up 12.30% at $8.98 when last checked on Wednesday.
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|February 2022||Citigroup (NYSE:)||Maintains||To buy|
|February 2022||Wells Fargo (NYSE:)||Maintains||Overweight|
|Jan 2022||Wells Fargo||Maintains||Overweight|
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