Citrix Revenue Chart 1989-2006

Here is a chart of Citrix revenue from 1989 to 2006 since I couldn’t find one on the web. Maybe some pay service has this kind of charting but I could not find it.The data was already tucked away in the Citrix timeline history produced by Citrix except for the years 2002 and 2006.

The chart is logarithmic scale which means each Y-axis increment is by a factor of ten. The normal scale didn’t give much value since it pretty much appeared to stay at zero until recent years. It also gives more of an indication of growth in a more linear fashion.

Citrix hit past the $1 billion dollar mark last year. The actual figure was $1.134 billion. Based on the chart, the $10 billion dollar mark looks a ways off. Of course, I’m not going to be tempted to project it even though I’d have fun doing so.

1989 and 1990 were zero income years. It wasn’t until 1991 that Multiuser started to sell and generate income.

Here are the raw numbers I used for the chart for those of you that would like to build your own fancy charts. 1989 and 1990 are showing as $1 just to keep the chart happy.

The revenue is recorded in thousands.

1989     $1
1990     $1
1991     $300
1992     $1,800
1993     $5,000
1994     $10,000
1995     $14,500
1996     $44,000
1997     $123,900
1998     $248,600
1999     $403,300
2000     $470,400
2001     $591,600
2002     $527,400
2003     $588,600
2004     $741,000
2005     $909,000
2006     $1,134,000

Enjoy! It’s free.

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