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Here are the most important numbers:
Okta makes identity management software that lets employees of companies log into different cloud apps without having to use a bunch of different usernames and passwords. Since going public in April, its stock has jumped almost 70 percent.
Revenue grew 61 percent from the same quarter of last year, on the back of big customer wins at Caesars Entertainment, Nordstrom and CBRE. The company was also named as one of the leaders in Forrester's Identity-as-a-service report this quarter.
Net loss widened to $33.8 million in the third quarter, while its free cash flow remain negative at $11.2 million. The company still has $223.6 million of cash on its balance sheet.
Okta gave fourth quarter revenue guidance in the range of $70 million to $71 million, far exceeding FactSet's $67.9 million street consensus.
Additionally, Okta revealed plans for a move to a new headquarters in San Francisco. The new office, located in the SoMa district of San Francisco, will take up 207,000 square feet of space and open in the second quarter of 2018.