Quick Win by the Algorithm: AAXN Products Driving Strong Growth in 2018

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Source: Axon Enterprises

“We’ve just completed a pivotal year where we changed our company name from TASER International to Axon Enterprise (Axon) to better reflect our go-forward mission and made significant investments to drive progress within our four strategic growth areas. We don’t intend to slow down in 2018. This year, we plan to introduce several new products and services and improve upon our existing suite of offerings – which we believe will grow recurring cash flows and increase average revenue per user. We’re also scaling up our offices across the world and cross-pollinating our internal groups to ensure we execute against one vision for Axon. In short, we are focused on disciplined execution and preparing for significant growth across the globe.”

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