Microsoft banks $20B in revenue, Surface pulling in $500M quarterly
Microsoft’s quarterly reported ending on March 31, 2014 has just been released. The Redmond-based company reports revenue up by 8% to $20.40 billion for FY14 Q3 and $7 billion in profits. Revenue for the Devices & Consumer divison grew 12% to $8.3 billion, while Commercial revenue was up 7% to 12.23 billion. Full breakdown and stats below. Spoiler alert: The Surface business is doing pretty well.
Both the consumer and enterprise business of Microsoft were up this past quarter. Devices and Consumer is up 12% to $8.3 billion.
- Windows OEM revenue up 4%, while Windows OEM Pro revenue up 19%
- Office 365 now accounts for 4.4 million subscribers, adding close to 1 million during the quarter
- 1.2 million Xbox One consoles sold and 0.7 million Xbox 360 consoles sold
- Surface revenue up 50% and is close to $500 million
- Bing search share in the U.S. is up 18.6% with advertising revenue up 38%
- Azure revenue is up over 150%
- Windows volume licensing grew by 11%
- Office 365 revenue is up by over 100%
Here’s Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on the past quarters performance:
Get the full numbers at the source link down below. Microsoft has an earnings call scheduled for 2:30 p.m. PDT. We’ll be listening in to see if we can learn anything else new. We're happy to see the Surface doing well. In the previous quarter they 'doubled revenue', but now we have some firmer numbers.
Source: Microsoft (opens in new tab)
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Anyways... Why aren't they reporting on WP revenue???
Still can I get a link to the article you read? Thanks!
Very nicely said.
For example, here's the 64GB version for 299€ http://www.fnac.pt/Microsoft-Surface-RT-64GB-Computador-Portatil-Tablet/... (and they offer the touch cover). You can even get the original Surface Pro 128GB with a Nokia L520 bundled for 700€ http://www.fnac.pt/Pack-Fnac-Microsoft-Surface-Pro-128GB-Nokia-Lumia-520...
What are you talking about? In what context? Home, Education, Small Business P1, or one of the Office365 plans for medium or larger businesses? Are you taking into account all the features of each of theOffice365 plans or maybe just the "Office Software"?
I know, it's alot to know and take into account, but you are focused on a specific amount of dollars. I am wondering about the "actual" value received for money spent.
Best Wishes, No Worries..
What are you talking about? In what context? Home, Education, Small Business P1, or one of the Office365 plans for medium or larger businesses? Are you taking into account all the features of each?
Best Wishes, No Worries..