MongoDB’s CEO Predicts a $25 Million Coronavirus Hit, But Strikes an Upbeat Note


Database company MongoDB has taken a bold stab at quantifying the likely financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak on its business over the forthcoming year, predicting a $15 million – $25 million hit from the pandemic in its fiscal 2021.

New York-based MongoDB, which provides a non-relational database used by the likes of Adobe, AstraZeneca, Barclays, Cisco, eBay, Google and SAP, now expects fiscal 2021 revenues of $510 million to $530 million. It reported FY earnings this week.

Pushed by analysts on an earnings call about how it reached the figure, CEO Dev Ittycheria

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