The World’s Largest Software Company Microsoft Announces How Much It Earned In The Last 3 Months

Microsoft, the world’s largest software company, announced how much it earned in the last 3 months. The company lagged behind Apple and Alphabet.

The coronavirus, which continues to affect the whole world, has affected not only us but also every sector positively or negatively. Technology is one of the sectors that received positive results from the virus. The giants of the sector started to announce their new income statements one by one. Following Apple’s record earnings, Alphabet also announced its own revenue. The name that followed this duo was Microsoft.

According to Microsoft’s statement, the company earned $ 46.2 billion in revenue in the last 3 months. This number increased by 21% compared to the same period of the previous year. The profit of the company from its revenue of 46.2 billion dollars was announced as 16.5 billion dollars. There was a 47% increase in profit compared to the same period of the previous year.

The worlds largest software company microsoft announces how much it earned in the last 3 months gmspors

Microsoft Misleads Estimates with Earned Revenue

Microsoft’s revenue in the last quarter was significantly higher than the forecasts made by analysts. However, this did not have the expected effect on the company’s shares. Investors must have gotten used to the company’s revenue always being higher than analyst estimates; Microsoft stock fell 2.5%.

Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella, shared a statement about the revenue. “The results show that we achieve growth when we work well in large and growing markets and compare customers’ needs in different ways,” Nadella said in his statement.

Among the giants that announced its revenue in the last quarter today, Microsoft took the last place. Apple, $ 81.4 billion in the last 3 months; Google’s parent company, Alphabet, announced that it earned $61.88 billion in revenue.

Jake Eloman

Hello there. I'm on the GMSPORS Editorial team and one of the SEO support staff. I am one of the GMSPORS employees in the preparation and research of many content.