Zoom gross sales have greater than doubled after a “very robust” begin to the 12 months because the Covid-19 pandemic continued.
The video calls platform has had a increase in customers through the disaster as many workers make money working from home.
Its earnings additionally reached greater than $227m (£160m), up from about $27m within the first quarter of 2020.
However analysts beforehand stated the agency may face a battle to stay related as extra individuals get vaccinated and social distancing restrictions ease.
Zoom stated that within the three months to 30 April, its revenues rose to $956m from $328m the identical interval a 12 months earlier.
It additionally upgraded its expectations for the total monetary 12 months on Tuesday.
Annual revenues are actually set to succeed in as much as $3.99bn, up from its earlier estimate of as much as $3.76bn.
The pandemic, which prompted an abrupt shift to distant work for a lot of companies around the globe, reworked Zoom right into a family identify virtually in a single day.
“Work is now not a spot”, the agency’s founder Eric Yuan stated in a press release on Tuesday.
“We’re energised to assist lead the evolution to hybrid work that permits higher flexibility, productiveness, and happiness to each in-person and digital connections.”
The corporate additionally reported a soar within the variety of customers who pay for its providers. Within the first quarter, companies with greater than 10 workers totalled about 497,000, up 87% from 2020.
However the agency has needed to spend extra because the variety of customers signing up without cost occasions surged and it sought to recruit extra employees on account of demand.
And in a bid to remain related as places of work reopen, it’s set to launch Zoom Occasions, aimed toward enterprise internet hosting occasions that blend on-line and in-person components.
Its shares fell sharply in after-hours commerce in New York, earlier than recovering some floor.