Chart: Software Stocks - Revenue Per Employee

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 |  Includes: ADBE, ADSK, ATRS, BMC, BORL, CA, CHKP, CPWR, CTXS, DOX, INTU, IVII, LNUX, LWSN, MERQ, MFE, MSFT, NOVL, ORCL, QSFT, RHT, SAP, SYMC, TMICY, WBSN
by: SA Editors

Rob Zenilman submits: Annual gross revenue per employee in the Software sector for the most recently reported fiscal year ranged from $652,262 (NASDAQ:MSFT) down to $136,026 (OTC:IVII), with a median value of $238,001

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Data in table version -- click on a ticker for opinion and analysis of the company:
FY Revenue
FY Revenue # of Per Employee
Ticker Company Ending ($mm) Employees ($000)
ADBE Adobe Systems Inc. 12/02/05 $1,966 5,734
$343
ADSK Autodesk Inc. 01/31/06 $1,523 4,813
$316
ATRS Altiris Inc. 12/31/05 $188 878
$214
BMC BMC Software Inc. 03/31/05 $1,463 6,905
$212
BORL Borland Software C 12/31/05 $277 1,269
$218
CA CA, Inc. 03/31/05 $3,560 15,300
$233
CHKP Check Point Softwa 12/31/05 $579 1,414
$410
CPWR Compuware Corp. 03/31/06 $1,205 7,510
$161
CTXS Citrix Systems, In 12/31/05 $909 3,171
$287
DOX Amdocs Ltd. 09/30/05 $2,039 13,200
$154
INTU Intuit Inc. 07/31/05 $2,038 7,000
$291
IVII InterVideo Inc. 12/31/05 $109 803
$136
LNUX VA Software Corp. 07/31/05 $33 127
$259
LWSN Lawson Software In 05/31/05 $335 1,400
$239
MERQ Mercury Interactiv 12/31/04 $686 2,659
$258
MFE McAfee Inc. 12/31/05 $987 3,290
$300
MSFT Microsoft Corp. 06/30/05 $39,788 61,000
$652
NOVL Novell Inc. 10/31/05 $1,198 5,066
$236
ORCL Oracle Corp. 05/31/05 $11,799 49,872
$237
QSFT Quest Software Inc 12/31/05 $476 2,763
$172
RHAT Red Hat Inc. 02/28/06 $278 1,100
$253
SAP SAP AG 12/31/05 $10,041 35,873
$280
SYMC Symantec Corp. 03/31/05 $2,583 6,500
$397
TMIC Trend Micro Inc. 12/31/05 $619 N/A
N/A
WBSN Websense Inc. 12/31/05 $149 635
$234
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Data: CapitalIQ

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