Baird raises Q2 Holdings share price target to $60 on growth potential

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Baird raises Q2 Holdings share price target to $60 on growth potential © Reuters.

On Monday, Baird, a financial services firm, increased its price target for Q2 Holdings (NYSE:), a provider of digital banking solutions, from $50.00 to $60.00, while maintaining an Outperform rating on the company’s shares. The revision reflects Baird’s positive outlook on the company’s prospects, driven by strong demand, product differentiation, and financial performance.

The firm’s analysis followed virtual meetings with Q2 Holdings’ management team, which highlighted a significant improvement in demand, particularly in customer deposit activities. This demand is seen as the strongest it has been in a while, indicating a favorable market environment for Q2 Holdings’ offerings.

Baird emphasized the company’s ability to secure large new contracts (“large new lands”) due to its distinct digital banking products. These products not only help Q2 Holdings stand out in the market but also provide multiple opportunities for the company to expand its business in the future.

Financially, Q2 Holdings has been performing well, with solid execution in terms of EBITDA and FCF (Free Cash Flow). This strong financial execution supports Baird’s positive assessment and the raised price target.

Looking ahead, Baird expressed confidence in Q2 Holdings’ growth trajectory, anticipating an acceleration in growth for the fiscal year 2025. There is also a potential for upward revisions in the fiscal year 2026 projections. The firm expects a mid-term Free Cash Flow Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of nearly 50%, underpinning the stock’s Outperform rating and the new price target.

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