Microsoft published its financial report for the fiscal Q4 (ending in June) and the company has seen a 17% revenue growth ($30.1 billion) over last year.
The company’s operating income grew 35% to around $10.4 billion with net income of $8.9 billion GAAP and $8.8 billion non-GAAP. That translates into $1.14 GAAP earnings per share and $1.13 non-GAAP. Microsoft returned $5.3 billion to shareholders this in Q4, through dividends and share repurchases.
Most of the Microsoft operations have seen significant growth in revenue – double digits in most of them. Here are some of them:
- Productivity and Business Processes – $9.7 billion (13% increase)
- Office commercial products and cloud services – 10% increase mostly thanks to Office 365 and LinkedIn
- Intelligent Cloud – $9.6 billion ($23 increase)
- Server products and cloud services – 26% growth thanks to Azure
- Windows OEM – 7% gains thanks to the 14% growth of the OEM Pro
- Windows commercial products and cloud services – 23% increase
- Gaming – 39% growth thanks to Xbox
- Surface – 25% increase
- Search advertising – 17% increase
News credit : Gsmarena