Phunware Inc (NASDAQ:PHUN) is looking forward to expanding and diversifying its customer base as it grows its enterprise cloud platform, the CEO told investors as part of the company’s quarterly results released Thursday.
During its third quarter, the Austin-based company recorded net revenue of $5.6 million, an 8% increase over the same period a year ago.
The increase was largely driven by platform subscriptions and services revenue, which increased 19% year-over-year to $5.2 million, according to Phunware.
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The cloud-based services company signed key partnerships with Midway and MKT Consulting, unveiling a new mobile experience for a mixed-use development in Houston known as Buffalo Heights.
It also released new blockchain-enabled data exchange capabilities on its platform and a location experience kit.
“We continued to execute our organic growth strategies this quarter with key customer wins across our healthcare, real estate and travel verticals,” said CEO Alan S Knitowski.
The company posted a loss of $2.4 million, a $1.1 million improvement over the comparable year-ago period, and net cash used in operating activities came in at $33,000, a 98% reduction quarter-over-quarter.
“We are pleased to see that our operational cash burn is decreasing in line with our expectations,” said Matt Aune, CFO of Phunware.
“Our efforts to improve margins while lowering operational expenses continue to push us closer to zero operational cash burn by the end of the fiscal year.”
Shares of Phunware were trading at $1.26 in aftermarket activity on Thursday.
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