|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 1100|
|Day's Range||15.73 - 16.14|
|52 Week Range||12.46 - 24.93|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.57|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 26, 2019 - Dec 2, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||17.80|
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Box (BOX), a leader in Cloud Content Management, today announced that it was named a Leader in “IDC MarketScape: Worldwide SaaS and Content-Enabled Content Applications 2019 Vendor Assessment” (doc # US44752819, September 2019). In the report, Box was recognized “As one of the first multitenant SaaS vendors to offer a cloud content management solution” delivering “continuous innovation and continuous deployment of content life-cycle capabilities in addition to its feature-rich collaboration and file sharing.” The report excerpt can be viewed here.
Box, Inc. (BOX) a leader in Cloud Content Management, today announced a commitment to build a new integration between Splunk and Box Shield, Box’s advanced set of content security controls and intelligent threat detection capabilities. Built natively into Box, Box Shield helps prevent data leakage, detects potential access misuse, and proactively identifies threats. "As organizations move sensitive content to the cloud, the need to protect against data leakage from negligent user behavior and malicious insider threats is greater than ever,” says Jeetu Patel, Chief Product Officer at Box.
Box (BOX) today announced plans with Adobe to deeply integrate a full-featured Acrobat web experience, including powerful capabilities to modify, organize, sign, and collaborate on PDFs directly in Box. The new integration will seamlessly connect collaborative workflows for enterprises who rely on Box and Adobe, making it easier and more secure to work with digital documents in the cloud. “With our new integrations with Adobe Acrobat tools, enterprises will be able to work fully in the cloud.
Tomorrow at BoxWorks 2019, Box (BOX), a leader in cloud content management, will showcase several advancements to help enterprises secure their most important information, drive seamless internal and external collaboration and workflows, and integrate their content across all the applications their teams use every day. The company will preview enhancements to Box Shield, Box Relay, new integrations with IBM to deliver artificial intelligence (AI) and security capabilities, a new Box for Slack integration, and a new Box for Microsoft Teams integration.
Box, Inc. , a leader in Cloud Content Management, today announced its speaker lineup for BoxWorks 2019, the company’s annual enterprise software conference. In its ninth year, BoxWorks will explore how enterprises can transform their business by simplifying how they work.
Oracle (ORCL) forms alliance with Box with an aim to aid enterprises to access and manage critical content and accelerate digital workflows efficiently.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- ORACLE OPENWORLD -- Oracle today announced a collaboration with Box that will allow customers to connect their cloud and on-premises Oracle and third-party applications with Box via Oracle Integration. Through this integration, enterprise customers will be able to seamlessly connect applications with Box as their unified cloud content management layer to power secure collaboration and workflows around their most valuable content in the cloud.
Shareholder rights law firm Robbins Arroyo LLP reminds shareholders that a purchaser of Box, Inc. filed a class action complaint for alleged violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 between November 28, 2018 and June 3, 2019.
The Russell 2000 index, the benchmark for small-cap investing, is officially in correction. The index is down 14% from its 52-week high point. At the same time, the S&P 500 is only 4% down, making an odd juxtaposition that signals investors are reluctant to back smaller companies. Tavis McCourt, of Raymond James, describes the current market environment as “a classic liquidity premium, and noticeable in all recent periods of global economic fear.”Aside from the economic implications, this situation makes it all too easy to miss some fine investments among the smaller tech firms. We’ll take a look here at three small-cap tech companies from the TipRanks Stock Screener, that merit close attention from investors. Two have shown sustained gains, and the third has shown a recent jump after strong earnings. All three offer innovative products in the cloud computing industry. Okta, Inc. (OKTA)Okta went public just two years ago, in 2017, and has since reached a market cap of $14.6 billion. The company specialized in identity and access management, offering cloud-based solution for managing user authentication and identity controls. Earlier this year, Okta boasted over 100 million registered users on its networks. Since going public, OKTA shares have appreciated steadily, and the stock is now trading at over 5 times its initial value.All of that makes OKTA a compelling buy. Cowen’s Nick Yako lays out a vigorously bullish case for this fast-growing tech company. He writes, “Large enterprise adoption remains a key driver for the company. OKTA continues to add customers at a healthy clip, adding 450 net new customers in the quarter… The company also continues to have success growing its enterprise customer base, which it defines as customers with average contract value (ACV) of $100K+. Moreover, OKTA added 80 new enterprise customers in the quarter, as large customer growth once again outpaced overall customer growth.” His price target, $150, suggests room for 23% more growth.Needham analyst Alex Henderson agrees that OKTA is a strong buy and a growth case. While he does not set a price target, he does say, “Expect 31-34% growth for the October quarter, which leaves plenty of room for upside.”Okta’s analyst consensus rating is a Moderate Buy, derived from 8 buys and 4 holds. OKTA shares are selling for $121, and the average price target of $141 suggests a 16.8% upside. Coupa Software, Inc. (COUP)Coupa has quickly positioned itself as a leader in Business Spend Management, offering cloud software that permits managers to track and control the money and resources companies spend. It’s a niche market, but one with true potential, as Coupa offers a service that every business absolutely needs. The company’s growth tells the tale: in the last three years, COUP has climbed from $29 per share to $146. Even the market correction in the second half of 2018 did not seriously derail Coupa’s upward trajectory.Writing from Oppenheimer, 5-star analyst Koji Ikeda notes “the strong momentum the business is displaying will likely continue in the future unabated, and with Pay generating strong initial interest, more "good results" are on the way.” Ikeda also appreciated that the company has recently raised its growth outlook. In turn, he raised his price target by 6.25%, to $170, suggesting an upside potential of 14%.RBC Capital’s Alex Zukin is also bullish on Coup, giving the stock a $165 target and 11% upside. He says, “The company's best-in-class position in application platform, along with a large networked user/supplier community make it a legitimate market standard... We believe that Coupa Software has a long runway toward sustaining growth rate of over 30% and meaningful near-term upside potential.”Overall, COUP shares hold a Moderate Buy from the analyst consensus. This rating is based on 10 buys and 4 holds given in the past three months. The average price target of $157 implies a 5.7% upside premium from the share price of $148. Box, Inc. (BOX)Of the stocks in this list, BOX carries the highest risk. Box is another cloud software company, offering content management and file sharing as its specialty. The company has been volatile in the past year, and operates at a loss, but the Q2 earnings report showed spots of good news. Revenues, at $172.5 million, were well above the $169.5 million forecast, up 20% year-over-year. The guidance for the current quarter was set at $174 to $175 million – far above the $73.6 expected. Full-year revenue guidance is also bullish, at $690+ million.Company CEO Aaron Levie said in the earnings call, “With the combination of a large installed base of enterprise customers, strong product roadmap and advanced capabilities and focus on improved sales productivity, we feel confident in our ability to capitalize on the opportunities ahead.” His optimism was shared by investors, and BOX shares have gained 23% since the quarterly report.It’s a bullish picture, but Chad Bennett of Craig-Hallum set out the bear case: “The time has come for material changes in leadership… Box is potentially an activist investor's dream, but five of the nine board members being founders or venture capitalizes presents a bit of a roadblock.” Bennett says to Hold this stock, with a price target of $15.Well Fargo analyst Philip Winslow makes the case for the bulls. His $20 price target implies an upside of 14% for the stock, and explains, “We see two primary avenues to potentially unlock shareholder value, namely growth versus margin and M&A.”Overall, BOX has a Moderate Buy from the analyst consensus, based on 4 buys and 3 holds. Shares are continuing to gain, and the price is up to $17.41 after the bullish quarterly report, slightly above the $17 average price target.Visit TipRanks Trending Stocks page to find Wall Street's best-rated stocks right now.
Box stock is on the move Wednesday following news of an investment from Starboard Value.Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com The news about the stake in Box (NYSE:BOX) from Starboard comes via a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In this filing, the investor reveals that they now have 11 million shares of BOX stock.That 11 million shares of Box stock gives Starboard Value a nice stake in the company. It now has a roughly 7% stake, which is enough for it to throw its weight around when it comes to decision making.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsSo why exactly does all of this matter so much to Box stock. Starboard Value isn't just a normal investor. It is a known activist investor that that seeks to make major changes at companies that executives might not be happy about. Even if it isn't good for executives, these changes may turn out good for investors."While we do not comment on interactions with our investors, Box is committed to maintaining an active and engaged dialogue with stockholders," Box said in a statement regarding the news. "The Board of Directors and management team are focused on delivering growth and profitability to drive long-term stockholder value as we continue to pioneer the Cloud Content Management market." * 7 Deeply Discounted Energy Stocks to Buy Box is a company that offers cloud content management and file sharing services for companies. It was founded by Aaron Levie and Dylan Smith in 2004. Levie is the current CEO of the company and Smith is the CFO.BOX stock was up 11% as of Wednesday afternoon. However, the stock is down 19% since the start of the year. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Deeply Discounted Energy Stocks to Buy * 7 Stocks to Buy In a Flat Market * 10 Stocks to Buy to Ride China's Emerging Wealth As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.The post Box Stock Surges on Starboard Stake appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Box, Inc. (NYSE: BOX ) has responded to a 13D filing from activist investor Starboard Value, saying it's committed to maintaining an active and engaged dialogue with stockholders. It was revealed Tuesday ...