Cloud provider Twilio spiked as much as 21 percent Wednesday, a day after reporting year-over-year revenue growth of 41 percent for the fourth quarter.
The company reported a non-GAAP loss of 19 cents per share, on total revenue of $115.2 million for the December quarter, on Tuesday evening.
The company issued revenue guidance of $115 million to $117 million for the first quarter and of $506 million to $514 million for the full year of 2018.
Twilio also announced its CFO of nearly six years, Lee Kirkpatrick, is leaving.
Shares climbed above $30, up more than 30 percent year to date.
--Reuters contributed to this report.