TechCrunch just recently covered Databricks’ monetary performance in 2020, contrasting its recent efficiency to some historic 2019 information that the business shared.

The data-and-analysis focused unicorn grew its annual run rate 75% to $350 million, compared to its year-ago quarter, meaning that the firm is growing well at scale. TechCrunch explained it as “an apparent IPO prospect” at the time, a little under two weeks back.

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Because that point, Bloomberg reported that Databricks is certainly charging ahead with an IPO, a deal that could come as quickly as the first half of 2021, composing that it “has held talks with banks but has yet to employ underwriters” for its flotation.

That is enough news for us to have fun with. So, today let’s look at all that we understand about the company’s monetary performance, mix in some existing market valuation metrics, and do some light projecting of Databricks’ development. Our concern? What may the company deserve at the end of Q1 or Q2 next year.

Naturally, there are some distressing signs on the horizon that the stock exchange is about to shift lower, however, hi, there’s no requirement to be a pessimist this at an early stage a Monday morning. Let’s get into the mathematics.

Databricks’ potential IPO valuations

Beginning with some history, Databricks was worth $6.2 billion after its September, 2019 Series F round of capital. The company raised $400 million in the deal, its biggest round to-date by $150 million. That capital should get the business to an H1 2020 IPO, supplied that its costs didn’t go all old-school Dropbox.

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