Adobe said on Tuesday it saw an "improvement in customer demand" in the fourth quarter, as it wound down a difficult fiscal year.
Adobe reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $32.04m (£19.5m), or six cents a share on revenue of $757.3m, down from a profit of $245.9m, or 46 cents a share, on sales of $915.3m in the same quarter a year ago. The results include the results from recently acquired web-analytics firm Omniture, which chipped in revenue of $26.3m.
Non-Gaap earnings were $206.8m, or 39 cents a share. Wall Street was expecting non-Gaap earnings of 37 cents a share.
For more on this story, see Adobe caps rough fiscal year; Sees demand improve on ZDNet.com.