Microsoft today announced its earnings for Q2 2016 (fiscal year). Microsoft announced that the revenue from Surface increased by 29%, and Azure revenue grew by 140% too. Alongside Surface and Azure, Microsoft also announced that the revenue in its Productivity and Business Processes declined 2% (but it’s up by 5% in constant currency) to $6.7 billion. The revenue from Office commercial products and cloud revenue services increased by 5% in constant currency, and the revenue from Dynamics also increased by 11% (in constant currency).
The software giant also announced that Office 365 now has a user base of 20.6 million:
- Office commercial products and cloud services revenue grew 5% in constant currency driven by Office 365 revenue growth of nearly 70% in constant currency
- Office 365 consumer subscribers increased to 20.6 million
- Dynamics revenue grew 11% in constant currency with Dynamics CRM Online seat adds more than doubling year-over-year for the fifth consecutive quarter