salesforce.com, inc. (NYSE:CRM) announced on Thursday November 17, 2016 that its revenue surged 25% citing growing sales in its subscription and support section as the company revised its full-year sales target.

For the full-year the company now forecast to earn $8.38 billion, up from previous figure of $8.33 billion, while analysts expect $8.31 billion.

The company predicts revenue to fall between $10.1 billion and $10.15 billion, while analysts expect $10.08 billion.

Meanwhile for the present quarter, the company forecast revenue between $2.27 billion and $2.28 billion with adjusted earnings in the range of 24 cents to 25 cents. However analysts predict revenue of $2.24 billion and adjusted earnings of 25 cents.

In the last quarter, revenue surged to $2.14 billion from $1.71 billion year over year. The logged results surpassed the company’s prospects of revenue between $2.11 billion and $2.12 billion. Meanwhile Analysts were expecting $2.12 billion in revenue.

During the 3 month period ending October 31, 2016, the company’s App Cloud, a service consumers used to build applications, endured among its rapidly budding areas, with revenue surging 37% to $370.7 million.

Salesforce.com’s leading sales-contact management service, called Sales Cloud, revenue go up 12% to $776.2 million.

All and All, Salesforce.com posted a loss of $37.3 million, or 5 cents a share, in contrast with a year before loss of $25.2 million, or 4 cents a share.

Exclusive of certain items, company’s adjusted earnings on a per-share basis surged to 24 cents from 21 cents. salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) was forecasting earnings on a per share basis from 20 cents to 21 cents, while forecasters were predicting 21 cents.