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Veeva Systems


Veeva, a cloud computing company focused on the life sciences industry, serves more than 600 companies in that industry, including some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. It sells its services as a way to speed the process of getting new treatments to patients who need them. Founded in 2007 by Peter Gassner, Veeva reported $195.5 million in sales for the first quarter of 2018, a rise of 22% year over year. In a major expansion, Veevo introduced Veeva Nitro, a commercial data warehouse, which Gassner says provides customers a foundation for “advanced analytics and AI.”

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Pleasanton, Calif.


Computer Software



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Peter Gassner

Revenue and net income for the four quarters ended on or before April 30, 2018. Total return for the period ended June 29, 2018.
Revenue, Net Income
$ millions
Revenue past four quarters ($M)$721
Net Income past four quarters ($M)$149
Growth Rates and Ranks
Revenue 3 Yr Growth Rank41
Revenue 3 Yr Annual Growth Rate30%
EPS 3 Yr Growth Rank42
EPS 3 Yr Annual Growth Rate49%
Total Return 3 Yr Rank19
Total Return 3 Yr Annual Rate40%
Beat S&P 500 (11.9%)yes
P/E Ratio77
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