Avaya Holdings Corp. (NYSE: AVYA) today reported financial results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2021 ended September 30, 2021.
Avaya Holdings Corp. Shares have lost about 6.1% since the beginning of the year versus the S&P 500’s gain of 25.1%.
“Fiscal year 2021 for Avaya was a year marked by many firsts, and the outstanding results we delivered exceeded expectations on most every front. Most impressive is the fact that we reversed over a decade of annual revenue declines, delivering year over year growth closing up approximately $100 million, while we also grew ARR 177% to $530 million,” said Jim Chirico, President and CEO of Avaya.
Q4 Revenues of $760 million and fiscal 2021 revenues of $2.973 billion. Fiscal 2021 revenue includes an adjustment of approximately $15 million for the cumulative effect of an understatement of revenue in prior periods.
OneCloud ARR (Annualized Recurring Revenue) was $530 million, up 25% sequentially and 177% from a year ago.
CAPS (Cloud, Alliance Partner, and Subscription) was 44% of revenue, up from 33% a year ago; and 40% for fiscal 2021.
For fiscal 2021, software and services were 88% of revenue, flat year over year.
Recurring revenue was 66% for fiscal 2021, up from 63% a year ago.
GAAP Operating income was $33 million and Non-GAAP Operating income was $145 million; for fiscal 2021 GAAP Operating income was $180 million and Non-GAAP Operating income was $602 million.
GAAP Net income was $6 million and Non-GAAP Net income was $74 million; for fiscal 2021 GAAP Net. The loss was $13 million and Non-GAAP Net income was $304 million.
Adjusted EBITDA was $179 million, 23.6% of revenue, down 290 basis points year over year; for fiscal 2021 Adjusted EBITDA was $719 million, 24.2% of revenue.
GAAP Earnings Per Share of $0.06 and Non-GAAP Earnings Per Share of $0.77; for fiscal 2021 GAAP Loss Per Share was $0.20 and Non-GAAP Earnings Per Share was $3.16.
Ending cash and cash equivalents were $498 million.
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