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    Microsoft Financial Report for the Quarter Ending September 2021 - Revenue Exceeding Corporate Expectations
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    On October 26 of this year (November 4, 1400), Microsoft released its report for the quarter ending September 2021 (corresponding to the first quarter of the 2022 fiscal year). According to the report, the American company's revenue in the last quarter was $ 45.3 billion, which has increased by 22% compared to the same period last year. Net profit (according to accepted accounting principles or GAAP) and operating profit of the company also reached $ 20.5 and $ 20.2 billion with annual growth of 48 and 27 percent, respectively. Reduced earnings per share were also reported at $ 2.71, according to generally accepted accounting principles, indicating a 49 percent increase over the same period last year.

     Microsoft Financial Report for the Quarter Ending September 2021 - Revenue Exceeding Corporate Expectations

    According to news sources, the value of Microsoft shares in 2021 increased by 39% while the average growth of the S&P 500 index in this The period was 22%. Interestingly, Microsoft's financial results for the quarter from July to September this year exceeded the expectations of the company's executives.

    According to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, "Digital technology is the driving force behind inflation [today]. Small and large businesses can improve the productivity and cost-effectiveness of their products and services by creating tech intensity. "[Microsoft] provides the cloud-end-to-end platforms and tools that organizations need to keep up with the constant change over time." The term technology intensity refers to the rate of acceptance of new technologies and their ability to integrate, especially with the use of cloud services, in the organization.

     Microsoft Financial Report for the Quarter Ending September 2021 - Revenue Exceeding Corporate Expectations Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

    Amy Hood, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Microsoft "We've had a strong start to the new fiscal year, relying on our cloud services, and with revenue of more than 36 percent year-over-year, we've made $ 20.7 billion this season," he said. The core of business processes and productivity includes smart cloud and more personalized computing, which we will review later in each section. Includes Office, up 22 percent to $ 15.0 billion. StreetAccount analysts, meanwhile, had forecast revenue of about $ 14.67 billion for the sector.

    https://mobiletony.com  Microsoft Financial Report for the Quarter Ending September 2021 - Revenue Exceeding Corporate Expectations . Similarly, the non-commercial Office or Consumer and its related cloud services grew by 10%, so that the number of subscribers to the Microsoft 365 Consumer service has now reached 54.1 million. It goes without saying that the company's revenue from LinkedIn and Dynamics products also increased by 42% and 31%, respectively. In addition, Microsoft has attributed the 48% growth in Dynamics 365 revenue to Dynamics products and related cloud services. Server includes Visual Studio and System Center, generating $ 17.0 billion in revenue for the US company. That's more than $ 16.51 billion, estimated by StreetAccount analysts, up 31 percent from the same period last year. Microsoft also reported a 35 percent increase in server products, attributing the increase to the 50 percent annual growth of Azure and the company's other cloud services. </p> More personalized computing <p> Searching for Bing, Xbox and Surface PCs, Microsoft earned $ 13.3 billion, up 12 percent from the previous period. The supply of personal computers grew by 1% in the third quarter of this year, according to the Gartner Research Institute. In addition, Windows sales to device makers increased by 10 percent, and according to Microsoft, supply restrictions have affected this part of the American company's business. According to Amy Hood, however, Microsoft has been strong in selling commercial PCs. </p> <p> </p> <img src=

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