Adobe sees strong Q4 with $1.31B in revenue, 833K new Creative Cloud subscribers

Adobe now has 6.16 million paying Creative Cloud subscribers, the company said in its latest (Q4 2015) earnings report , exceeding the roughly 6 million subscriber goal it set for the year. This is a bit surprising.  We  didn’t  expect Adobe  to surpass  that milestone  — it was on track to just barely miss it. Adobe’s subscription businesses has maintained momentum, as the chart below shows. Adobe reported $1.31 billion in revenue and earnings per share of $0.62 for the quarter. Analysts expected Adobe to report revenues of $1.31 billion (hit that) and $0.60 earnings per share (surpassed it). In regular trading today, Adobe was down by about half a percent. After the bell, Adobe popped by more than  4 percent . Adobe’s Marketing Cloud revenue came in at $352 million this quarter, up from $330 million year over year . From VentureBeat Ready to think outside the (ad) box? We’ve got the secret to successful F2P ad monetization and we’re ready to spill the details – for free. Sign up here. Last quarter was a busy one for Adobe. In November the company’s stock hit a 52-week high  — even after it released  disappointing 2016 guidance . On the product side, Adobe  rebranded its flagship animation tool  this month, released its first video editor for Android  in November, and debuted a host of new apps and updates  during the  Max conference  for creatives in October. Overall, we’re looking at a strong quarter for Adobe — noteworthy growth for Creative Cloud, nothing totally mind-blowing happening elsewhere, but also few downsides. For the full fiscal 2015 year, Adobe reported $4.80 billion in revenue and earnings of $2.08 per share. Adobe Systems Inc. (ADBE) Stock Price - 10 Years | FindTheCompany