MongoDB, Inc. (MDB) Q1 2024 Earnings Call Transcript

MongoDB, Inc. (NASDAQ:MDB) Q1 2024 Earnings Name Transcript June 1, 2023 5:00 PM ET

Firm Members

Brian Denyeau – Investor Relations, ICR

Dev Ittycheria – President & Chief Government Officer

Michael Gordon – Chief Working Officer & Chief Monetary Officer

Convention Name Members

Raimo Lenschow – Barclays

Sanjit Singh – Morgan Stanley

Brad Reback – Stifel

Brent Bracelin – Piper Sandler

Kash Rangan – Goldman Sachs

Karl Keirstead – UBS

Tyler Radke – Citigroup

Jason Ader – William Blair

Fred Havemeyer – Macquarie Capital

Kingsley Crane – Canaccord Genuity

Michael Turits – KeyBanc

Michael Cikos – Needham

Firoz Valliji – Alliance Bernstein

Howard Ma – Guggenheim Companions


Thanks for standing by, and welcome to MongoDB’s First Quarter Fiscal 12 months 2024 Earnings Convention Name. Right now, all contributors are in a listen-only mode. After the speaker presentation, there might be a question-and-answer session. [Operator Instructions]

I might now like at hand the decision over to Brian Denyeau with ICR. Please go forward.

Brian Denyeau

Nice. Thanks, Latif. Good afternoon, and thanks for becoming a member of us at this time to overview MongoDB’s first quarter fiscal 2024 monetary outcomes, which we introduced in our press launch issued after the shut of market at this time. Becoming a member of me on the decision at this time are Dev Ittycheria, President and CEO of MongoDB; and Michael Gordon, MongoDB’s COO and CFO.

Throughout this name, we’ll make forward-looking statements, together with statements associated to our market and future development alternatives, the advantages of our product platform, our aggressive panorama, buyer behaviors, our monetary steerage and our deliberate investments. These statements are topic to a wide range of dangers and uncertainties, together with the outcomes of operations and monetary situations that might trigger precise outcomes to vary materially from our expectations.

For a dialogue of the fabric dangers and uncertainties that might

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