Mizuho Upgrades GitLab Inc. to Buy, Sets 12-Month Target at $73


  • Software company GitLab Inc. (GTLB) has received a Buy rating from Mizuho, which was upgraded from Neutral. A 12-month price target of $73.00 has also been established for the company’s stock.
  • Mizuho’s upgrade follows a survey of over 100 software engineers in the U.S., revealing insights into current and future DevOps investments, IT project prioritization and public cloud usage influenced by the macro environment.
  • GTLB provides a developer platform utilizing a unified data architecture catering to various stages of the significant DevOps lifecycle.
  • The company offers three pricing tiers – Free, Premium ($29/M), and Ultimate ($99/M). A transitional fee for current Premium customers has been introduced following a price increase.
  • Around 30% of GTLB customers from Mizuho’s survey are contemplating an upgrade to a higher service tier. Only one Ultimate user surveyed is contemplating a downgrade to the Premium tier.

Mizuho Upgrades GitLab

Mizuho has given a Buy rating to GitLab Inc. (GTLB), lifting from its previous Neutral stance. This follows a detailed survey involving over 100 U.S. software engineers and comes with an established 12-month price target of $73.00.

Survey Insights

The poll findings exhibit essential knowledge about the segment. It highlights the macro environment’s effect on present and future DevOps investments, IT project prioritization, and public cloud usage – as observed by Mizuho.

GitLab’s Position

GTLB has a developer tool that leverages an integrated data architecture, therefore extending its use across organizations. Essential stages of the DevOps lifecycle benefit from these solutions, acknowledging its rising importance.

Pricing Tiers

GTLB currently offers three pricing tiers – Free, Premium charges $29/month, and Ultimate is valued at $99/month. Due to a recent Premium price hike, a transitional fee per user per month is now in effect.

Client Considerations

According to Mizuho’s survey, approximately 30% of GTLB customers are thinking of service tier upgrade, with 8% contemplating a move to Premium, and 21% mulling over an Ultimate upgrade. One Ultimate user is considering a downgrade to the Premium tier.

Stock Performance

Trading on Monday afternoon showed a promising uptick of 6.21% for GTLB stock.

This development could influence trading trends, particularly those focused on the tech sector stocks, thereby potentially impacting forex markets’ dynamics and related assets.

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