This statistic highlights Blackline Inc’s Revenue Breakdown Worldwide split between the International and US, reported on a quarterly basis starting from Q1 2017.
Blackline Inc’s Revenue Breakdown Worldwide
The following table highlights Blackline Inc’s Revenue Breakdown Worldwide in some of its recent quarters:
||Contribution in Q4 2021
(All figures in millions except percentages)
Revenue from this segment increased from $78.33 million earned in Q3 2021 to $80.76 million earned in Q4 2021, marking an upsurge of about 3.1% on a quarter-on-quarter basis. It also increased by about 13.4% compared to $71.23 million earned in Q4 2020.
United States contributed a major part of about 70.03% of the company’s total consolidated revenue in Q4 2021. No other countries outside the United States conveyed 10% or more of total revenues.
Revenue from this segment increased from $31.07 million earned in Q3 2021 to $34.57 million earned in Q4 2021, marking an upsurge of 11.3% on a quarter-on-quarter basis. It also increased by about 41.2% compared to $24.48 million earned in Q4 2020.
The company has its international business established in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Poland, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. Given that the company has a significant opportunity to expand the usage of its cloud-based products outside the United States, its plans to invest in further expanding in the earlier established as well as other regions via strategic acquisition and organic growth activities. As a part of Blackline’s expansion strategy,
- In August 2016, the company acquired Runbook Company B.V. (“Runbook”). It is based in the Netherlands and provides financial close automation software solutions primarily to SAP customers.
- Additionally, in September 2018, the company entered into an arrangement with Japanese Cloud Computing and M30 LLC to come together to form a joint venture which will primarily focus on the sale of the company products in Japan (the “Japanese Joint Venture”).
- In October 2020, the company conducted the Rimilia Acquisition, which is a United Kingdom-based provider of solutions for the automation of accounts receivable that allow enterprises to manage cash collection and cash flow in real-time.
The risk associated with international business in new markets which are generally not faced by the company in the United States include:
- localization of company solutions, comprising translation into foreign languages and adaption for local practices and regulatory prerequisites;
- lack of acquaintance and obligations of capitulating with foreign laws, tariffs, legal standards, regulatory requirements, and other barriers;
- unpredictable changes in regulatory requirements, taxes, export quotas, trade laws, tariffs, customs duties, or other trade restrictions;
- different technology standards;
- more extended accounts receivable payment processes and complications in collecting accounts receivable;
- problems in handling and staffing international operations and differing employee/employer relationships;
- changes in exchange rates that can raise the volatility of foreign-based income;
- possible negative tax consequences;
- uncertainty in political and economic conditions, comprising the substantial volatility in the global financial markets;
- the effect of natural disasters and public health pandemics taking place;
- fewer or mixed protection for intellectual property rights in some countries.
About the Company
Founded in 2001, Blackline Inc offers cloud-based solutions devised to change and modernize finance and accounting functions for enterprises of all types and sizes. The company’s protected, scalable solutions support vital accounting operations such as financial close, intercompany accounting, cash application, account reconciliations, and compliance. This software empowers the company’s customers to enhance the integrity of their financial reporting, improve efficiency in their finance and accounting processes as well as improve real-time visibility of their operations and results. Its principal executive offices are located in Los Angeles, California, where it occupies around 89,000 square feet of space under a lease that will get expired in January 2024. It further occupies leased offices situated in Australia, the Netherlands, Canada, Germany, France, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. The company’s software integrates with, and acquires data from, over 30 distinct ERP systems, comprising Oracle, SAP, NetSuite, and Workday, along with various other financial systems and applications such as sub-ledgers, and bank accounts, and in-house databases. The company’s common stock is publicly traded on the “NASDAQ” stock exchange under the trading symbol “BL”.
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