Enterprise IT and software major Microsoft today released its fourth quarter earnings report showing 7 percent drop in Q4 revenue to $20.6 billion with a flat growth in profit at $3.1 billion.
The following is the highlight of the Microsoft earnings report.
Productivity and Business Processes +5% to $7 bn
Office commercial products and cloud services + 5% driven by Office 365 commercial revenue growth of 54%
Office consumer products and cloud services +19% with Office 365 consumer subscribers increasing to 23.1 mn
Dynamics products and cloud services + 6% with Dynamics CRM Online paid seats growing more than 2.5x
Intelligent Cloud +7% to $6.7 bn
Server products and cloud services +5%
Azure revenue +102% with Azure compute usage more than doubling
Enterprise Mobility customers nearly doubled to over 33,000, and installed base grew nearly 2.5x
More Personal Computing –4% to $8.9 bn
Windows OEM non-Pro +27%, and Windows OEM Pro revenue +2%
Surface increased 9% driven by Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book
Phone revenue –71%
Xbox Live monthly active users +33% to 49 million