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Microsoft sub-organizations

Functional employees breakdown
Engineering45%
Worldwide Commercial Business17.9%
Global Sales M&O15.9%
LinkedIn10.2%
Business Functions6.1%
Finance, HR & Legal4.8%
Products with higher growth in revenue (YoY)
Azure+64%
Dynamics 365+45%
Office 365 Commercial+31%
LinkedIn+25%
Server products and cloud services+22%
Surface+14%

Microsoft investments

Highlights from fiscal year 2019 compared with fiscal year 2018

  • Commercial cloud revenue, which includes Microsoft Office 365 Commercial, Microsoft Azure, the commercial portion of LinkedIn, Microsoft Dynamics 365, and other commercial cloud properties, increased 43% to $38.1 billion.

  • Office Commercial revenue increased 13%, driven by Office 365 Commercial growth of 33%.

  • Office Consumer revenue increased 7%, and Office 365 Consumer subscribers increased to 34.8 million.

  • LinkedIn revenue increased 28%, with record levels of engagement highlighted by LinkedIn sessions growth of 27%.

  • Dynamics revenue increased 15%, driven by Dynamics 365 growth of 47%.

  • Server products and cloud services revenue, including GitHub, increased 25%, driven by Azure growth of 72%.

  • Enterprise Services revenue increased 5%.

  • Windows original equipment manufacturer licensing ("Windows OEM") revenue increased 4%.

  • Windows Commercial revenue increased 14%.

  • Microsoft Surface revenue increased 23%.

  • Gaming revenue increased 10%, driven by Xbox software and services growth of 19%.

  • Search advertising revenue, excluding traffic acquisition costs, increased 13%.

Microsoft revenue quarter by quarter
Microsoft operating expenses

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