Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS) reported mixed results for the second quarter. While exceeding analyst expectations for earnings, the company's gui

Progress Software Q2 Earnings Beat, Q3 Guidance Disappoints


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Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS) reported mixed results for the second quarter. While exceeding analyst expectations for earnings, the company's guidance for the upcoming quarter fell short.

Q2 Beat on Earnings and Revenue:

  • Progress Software surpassed analyst estimates for both earnings per share (EPS) and revenue in Q2.
  • Adjusted EPS came in at $1.08, exceeding the consensus of $0.95.
  • Revenue of $175 million was also above expectations of $168.42 million.
  • Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) witnessed a slight increase of 1% on a constant currency basis.

Lowered Guidance for Q3:

  • Despite the positive Q2 results, Progress Software provided lower-than-anticipated guidance for Q3.
  • EPS is projected to be between $1.11 and $1.15, falling short of the analyst consensus of $1.21.
  • Revenue is also expected to range from $174 million to $178 million, missing the $183.52 million estimate.

Full-Year Outlook Remains Stable:

  • While Q3 guidance is below expectations, Progress Software's full-year forecast remains largely unchanged.
  • The company anticipates EPS to be between $4.70 and $4.80, narrowly edging past the analyst consensus of $4.69.
  • Revenue guidance for the full year is set at $725 million to $735 million, essentially in line with the consensus of $726.5 million.

Market Reaction:

Progress Software's stock price experienced a modest increase following the earnings report. The market seems to be cautiously optimistic, acknowledging the Q2 beat but also wary of the lowered Q3 guidance.

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