(Reuters) – Atlassian reported a 44.7% increase in quarterly revenue as more customers purchased its software that help companies collaborate and manage their operations.
Net income inched up to $5.1 million in the second quarter ended Dec. 31 from $5.0 million a year earlier. On a per shares basis, profit was flat at 3 cents.
Atlassian, which listed on the Nasdaq in December, said revenue rose to $109.7 million from $75.8 million.
The company added more than 2,600 net new customers in the quarter.
Shares in Atlassian (TEAM) rose 1.4% in after hours trading Thursday to $24.34.
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