Salesforce made the announcement during its latest earnings call that it would not be providing a revenue forecast next year. It was quite shocking, especially from one of the most successful SaaS companies in the world.
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The company is doing well with a quarter’s revenue of more than $7.8 billion and a goal to reach $50 billion by its fiscal 2026. It is difficult to see the unusual instability of the CRM giant when you add the lack of a forecast to the recent executive exodus.