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For all the excitement around the Power Platform, Dynamics applications still dominate Microsoft’s business applications balance sheet. And the company now says the Dynamics 365 suite of (primarily) cloud-based application now dominate Dynamic revenue, making up the majority as compared to the revenue generated by the older on-premises products.
Speaking at the BMO Technology Summit Conference Call on August 25 (transcript and video), Microsoft investor relations GM Mike Spencer took analyst questions about the company’s recent performance and outlook, covering topics like Windows and Microsoft 365, Teams, business applications, Azure, and gaming.
The analyst asking the questions, Keith Bachman of BMO Capital Markets, characterized business applications as 3 percent of Microsoft’s revenue. Given Microsoft’s 2020 revenue of $143B, that would position Dynamics at about $4.3B annually. But Spencer responded that Dynamics revenue is now above $3B annually: