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This Statistic highlights Zscaler’s Revenue Breakdown Worldwide, split across the Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, United States, and other segments, reported on an annual basis from 2017 onwards.
Zscaler was founded on the idea that the internet will become the new business network, while the cloud would become the new data center. They projected that, as cloud adoption accelerated and worker mobility increased, traditional perimeter security techniques would provide insufficient protection for people and data, as well as an increasingly unsatisfactory user experience. They pioneered the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange cloud platform, which marks a major revolution in the architectural design and approach to networking and security.
Zscaler’s Revenue Breakdown Worldwide
|Region||Revenue in 2019||Revenue in 2020||Y-o-Y Growth||Revenue Share in 2020|
(All figures in millions, except percentages)
Zscaler generates revenue principally by selling subscriptions to the cloud platform, as well as related support services. They also produce a negligible amount of money through professional and other services, notable fees for mapping, implementation, network design, and training. Subscription fees are computed on a per-user basis. They report subscription and support revenue throughout the contract’s term, which is typically one to three years.
Zscaler’s total revenue grew from $302.84 million in 2019 to $431.27 million in 2020, marking a 42% increase on a year-on-year basis.
Zscaler’s revenue is further bifurcated into the following regions:
In the Asia Pacific region, Zscaler has operations in Singapore, Australia, Japan, and India. Zscaler’s revenue from the Asia Pacific region increased from $23.84 million in 2019 to $38.79 million in 2020, up by 63% on a year-on-year basis. Asia Pacific region contributed to 9% of the company’s revenue.
Zscaler’s EMEA region includes operations across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Sweden, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Italy, and Germany are just a few of the nations in which the company operates. Zscaler’s revenue from EMEA region grew from $124.44 million in 2019 to $174.5 million in 2020, marking a 40% increase on a year-on-year basis. EMEA region accounted for 40% of the total revenue.
The United States accounts for a lot of Zscaler’s revenue accounting for 49% of the company’s revenue in 2020. Zscaler’s revenue from the United States region rose by 41% from $148.81 million in 2019 to $210.29 million in 2020.
Zscaler’s Other revenue increased by 34%, rising from $5.75 million in 2019 to $7.69 million in 2020. Zscaler’s Other accounted for 2% of the company’s revenue.
Zscaler is a cloud-based information security firm located in the United States that was established in 2007 by K. Kailash and Jay Chaudhry. It is headquartered in San Jose, California. In March 2018, it held an initial public offering (IPO) and its common stocks are listed on the NASDAQ under the trading symbol ‘ZS’. In 2019, the firm employed 1480 people.
Zscaler accelerates digital transformation to make clients more agile, efficient, robust, and secure. By securely connecting people, devices, and applications in any place, the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange protects thousands of clients from cyberattacks and data loss. The SASE-based Zero Trust Exchange is the world’s biggest in-line cloud security platform, with over 150 data centers worldwide. Zscaler agreed to buy Cloudneeti, a firm that manages cloud security postures, in April 2020. Cisco Umbrella, Forcepoint Web Security (Appliance), McAfee Web Gateway, Kaspersky Security for Internet Gateway, Symantec ProxySG, Trend Micro InterScan Web Security, Netskope NextGen SWG, and iboss cloud are among Zscaler’s top competitors.
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