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This statistic highlights Slack’s Number of Paid Customers from 2019 onwards.
Slack’s Number of Paid Customers
|Q1 2022||Q1 2021||YoY Growth|
Slack considers an organization such as a company, educational institution, or government institution, that is on a subscription plan, as a separate entity whether free or paid. Once there are three or more users of an organization on a paid subscription plan, they are counted as Paid Customer.
The growth in the Paid Customer base reflects the value proposition and helps for the future growth of Slack’s Paid Customers. Paid Customers develops the awareness of Slack, which leads to adoption by new organizations. Expansion in customers helps to further develop go-to-market strategy and in building features that satisfy different industry needs and increasing usage of Slack Connect. Slack’s Paid Customer are organizations of all sizes spread across a wide range of industries.
In Q1 2021 Slack had approximately 122,000 Paid Customers which increased by 39% year-over-year to approximately 169,000 Paid Customers in Q1 2022. In Q1 2022, the number of Paid Customers increased by 8% quarter-over-quarter basis.
Paid Customers >$100,000
Slack focuses more on growing the number of Paid Customers >$100,000 and attract larger organizations. Paid Customers >$100,000 are defined as those organizations on a paid subscription plan that had more than $100,000 in annual recurring revenue, or ARR, as of a period end. ARR is calculated on monthly recurring revenue (MRR) for the most recent month at the period end which is multiplied by twelve. MRR is calculated by multiplying the monthly subscription price, including the discounts, by the number of active subscriptions as of the month-end for Paid Customers that have a subscription agreement that is billed monthly or quarterly based on usage. Whereas for the type of subscription agreement where billing is fixed and independent of usage, MRR is calculated by multiplying the monthly subscription price including all the discounts by the number of purchased subscriptions.
As of Q1 2022, Slack had 1,285 Paid Customers >$100,000, who contributed approximately 51% of revenue for the three months then ended. As of Q1 2021, Slack had 963 Paid Customers >$100,000, who contributed approximately 49% of revenue for the three months then ended. The revenue in Q1 2022 has increased by 33% year-over-year from Q1 2021 and by 9% quarter-over-quarter from 1,183 Paid Customers >$100,000 in Q4 2021.
Slack Technologies, Inc., is an American-based company established in 2009 by Eric Costello, Serguei Mourachov, Stewart Butterfield, and Cal Henderson. Its headquarters is in San Francisco, California. Slack Technologies completed its initial public offering in 2019 and its common stocks are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol “WORK”.
Slack is the channel-based messaging platform that is used to align teams, unify systems, and drive businesses forward. It is a new business technology where people can work together more effectively, connect all their other software tools and services, and find the information they need to do their best work. It is where work happens.
Slack is a replacement for email inside the organization. Slack has very general and broad applicability. It is to review job candidates, diagnose network problems, approve menus, negotiate budgets, plan marketing campaigns, coordinate election coverage, organize disaster response teams, etc. Slack is a team-based channel that offers a persistent record of data, documents, conversations, and application workflows relevant to a project or a topic. Organizations can communicate and collaborate via Slack. Some of Slack’s customers are AdRoll, Airbnb, Amazon, Autodesk, Bambora, BuzzFeed, BBC, CareLinx, Chroma, Fox, etc. Some of its competitors are Microsoft Teams, Flock, Telegram, Mattermost, etc.
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