CrowdStrike CEO calls out competitors after posting rapid sales growth

Tom Wright
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Vendor sees revenue climb 86 per cent in Q3

CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz has called out some of the biggest names in cybersecurity after seeing sales rocket at his firm. The vendor saw sales climb 86 per cent year on year to $232.5m during the quarter ending 31 October. Annual run-rate revenue was up 81 per cent to $907.4m. Kurtz has frequently called out Symantec, now owned by Broadcom, on earnings calls over recent quarters, but this time went a step further and listed vendors he claims CrowdStrike is displacing in enterpris...

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