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Salesforce Posts Strong Quarter
Salesforce.com Said It Generated More Than a Quarter Billion Dollars Of Operating Cash In the Last 12 Months

SaaS poster child Salesforce.com did $247.6 million in revenues, up 52%, returning $9.6 million, or eight cents a share, up sevenfold, in the quarter ended April 30.

It said it generated more than a quarter billion dollars of operating cash in the last 12 months and preened that it was the first software-as-a-service company to exceed $950 million in annual revenue run rate.

Subscription and support revenues were $225.3 million, an increase of 53%. Professional services and other revenues were $22.3 million, an increase of 51%.

Net paying customers rose roughly 2,600 during he quarter to, say, 43,600, up around 11,300 year-over-year.

However, deferred revenue was approximately $470 million, an increase of 59% year-over-year but a decline of 2% quarter-over-quarter. Salesforce chalked it up to seasonality.

The company raised its full-year guidance to $1.06 billion-$1.065 billion, up from $1 billion-$1.02 billion, with earnings of 33 cents-34 cents.

Salesforce said it’s building its first international data center in Singapore, expecting it to go live before the end of year.

According to CEO and resident phrasemaker Marc Benioff, “The decision to build our first data center outside of the US is clear evidence that companies globally are abandoning the failed client/server software model and are looking for a new model that allows them to focus on innovation as opposed to infrastructure.”

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