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Twilio (NYSE:TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced that Twilio will power the communications for New York City’s contact tracing initiative. Through the city’s Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications (DoITT), the city is planning to deploy a cloud-based contact center on Twilio Flex and leverage Twilio SMS and Voice as key parts of the City’s COVID-19 tracing program.
It wasn't long ago that Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) looked like an attractive bet as it was trading at a relatively cheap valuation, but the company's fiscal first-quarter results have sent the stock through the roof. At the beginning of April, shares of the cloud communications specialist looked ripe for the picking in the aftermath of the March stock market crash caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic. There were concerns that Twilio's business may take a hit as key customers such as Lyft, Uber, and eBay reduce the usage of its services, prompting downgrades on Wall Street and sending shares lower.
Twilio (NYSE:TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced that Twilio Programmable Video will power Zocdoc’s new free, HIPAA-compliant telehealth video solution. Any provider can sign up to use Zocdoc’s Video Service, powered by Twilio, to facilitate all of their virtual appointments — whether their patients schedule a video visit through Zocdoc or not.
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Solid demand from health care, education and crisis management organizations, along with accelerated digital transformation by companies amid the coronavirus crisis, aid Twilio's (TWLO) Q1 results.
Good afternoon everyone, and thank you for joining us for Twilio's first quarter 2020 earnings conference call. Joining me virtually today are Jeff Lawson, Co-Founder and CEO; George Hu, COO; and Khozema Shipchandler, CFO. In particular, our expectations around the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our business, results of operations and financial conditions, and that of our customers and partners is subject to change.
Twilio Inc (TWLO) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 154.55% and 11.16%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
While solid clientele and the Sendgrid buyout are likely to have aided Twilio's (TWLO) Q1 performance, expansion in low-margin international regions and high expenses might have clipped profitability.
(Bloomberg) -- Epic Systems Corp., one of the largest holders of U.S. medical records, selected software maker Twilio Inc. to help power a new telehealth service amid intensified demand for remote health care during the Covid-19 pandemic.Twilio will provide the video-conferencing software needed to make the new application work, the San Francisco-based company said Thursday in a statement. The app lets health care providers start a video visit with a patient, review medical history and update clinical documentation. The companies didn’t disclose financial terms of the deal.Epic has already partially rolled out the telehealth service, after spending several weeks building the tool. The speed underscores the urgency to connect doctors and patients while preventing the spread of the coronavirus. Usually, medical software can take years to develop. Epic, the maker of MyChart software, holds medical data on 60% of Americans, Twilio said. The new telehealth service has the potential to reach 250 million people.“To the extent that there is a silver lining to this incredible human tragedy, it’s the innovation that’s been borne of necessity to look after things like health care and education,” Susan Collins, the global head of health care services at Twilio, said in an interview. “The solutions we’re building now are going to live on well past this current crisis. We’re going to wind up with a much more consumer-centric health-care system as a result.”The novel coronavirus has infected more than 3.2 million people around the world and resulted in more than 227,000 deaths. The disease has spurred stay-at-home orders across the U.S. and in countries around the globe, making it harder for people to visit their doctors barring an emergency.The pandemic has created a major opportunity for the still-young telehealth industry. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has urged the health care system to embrace virtual doctor visits to help mitigate the burden of Covid-19 on hospitals and reduce opportunities for disease transmission. The Trump administration has also relaxed certain requirements in order to make telehealth more accessible, including regulations that govern privacy in communications between doctors and patients.“Telehealth has not been a huge area. It’s been a fringe area,” Collins said. “The first time we spoke to Epic, they mentioned they had a huge backlog of customers begging them to build this.”The coronavirus crisis has turned Twilio’s little-used video communications software into a growth driver for the company. Educational firms are also building learning applications with the tool.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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Twilio (NYSE: TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced that it has launched an initiative to authenticate enterprise calls on Twilio’s platform to help ensure that end users receive calls coming from trusted sources. The process has started in the United States and will expand during the course of the next year.