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Autodesk © 2007 Assassin's Creed, image courtesy of Ubisoft Montreal Corporate Overview
Autodesk © 2007 Safe Harbor Statement During the course of this presentation, we may make forward-looking statements regarding future events and the expected performance of the Company. We wish to caution you that such statements reflect our best judgment based on factors currently known to us and that actual events or results could differ materially. For important factors that may cause actual results to differ from those contained in our forward- looking statements, we would like to refer you to the documents we file from time to time with the SEC and specifically our Form 10K filed on June 4, We do not assume any obligation to update any forward looking statements we make to reflect events that occur or circumstances that exist after the date of this presentation.
Autodesk © 2007 Autodesk solutions allow customers to: Experience designs before they are real visualize, simulate, and analyze Save time and money, improve quality, and foster innovation Design Innovation Is Good Business
Autodesk © Years of Market Leadership Portfolio of markets Manufacturing, AEC, Infrastructure, Media Global presence – 160 countries Revenue: 40% Americas, 60% International Enterprise customers and SMBs Fortune 100 to 3-person architectural firms Ecosystem to address SMB market Unparalleled channel 1700 Partners with 7,500 “Feet-on-the-Street” 4,500+ Instructors 2,700+ Development Partners Assassin's Creed, image courtesy of Ubisoft Montreal’
Autodesk © 2007 Our Customer’s World is Changing Differentiated through Design Globalization Global building and infrastructure boom Sustainability and rising energy costs Digital life
Autodesk © 2007 Key Trends Driving Our Business New seats still represent ~2/3 revenue 2D growth remains strong 3D revenue is growing Subscription continues to gain traction Emerging economies provide significant opportunity
Autodesk © 2007 New Business Drives Revenue Growth Upgrades Subscription New Seats & Emerging Business
Autodesk © 2007 $M Big Deals Deals of $100k growing +20% year-on-year % year-to-year growth in # of Transactions # Transactions booked >$100K # Transactions > $100K ,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 FY04FY05FY06 FY07 +25% +21% +23%
Autodesk © 2007 % year-to-year growth in # of Transactions # Transactions booked >$1M 45 deals; $80M+ bookings # Transactions > $1M Bigger Deals Deals of $1M increasingly common FY05FY06FY % +67%
Autodesk © D and 3D Drive ADSK New Business 2D LT 2D ACAD Vertical 3D M&E Other ,000 FY04FY05FY06FY07 ($ in Millions)
Autodesk © 2007 Digital Prototyping Vertical Solutions 2D Drafting Platform AEC Manufacturing Geospatial Increasing value to customer Revit Civil 3D AutoCAD Architecture MEP AutoCAD Map 3D Inventor AutoCAD LT AutoCAD Mechanical Electrical Topobase AutoCAD and 3D Addressing multiple markets
Autodesk © 2007 Strong Growth in AutoCAD-based Products ,000 1, Verticals AutoCAD LT AutoCAD Revenue in $ Millions
Autodesk © 2007 Total 3D Revenue: Accelerating 22% of FY07 total revenue MSD AEC ($ in Millions) FY04FY05FY06FY07
Autodesk © D Installed Base Over 1M users Civil 3D Revit Inventor ,000 1/31/041/31/05 1/31/06 1/31/07 (Units 000)
Autodesk © ,000 1/31/04 1/31/051/31/061/31/07 (Units 000) 3D Penetration: Biggest opportunity still to come %
Autodesk © 2007 Benefits include: Greater innovation Competitive advantage Reduced waste and errors Faster time to market Reduced cost and number of physical prototypes Best-in-class Customers Use 3D for Digital Prototyping
Autodesk © 2007 Strong Growth in Installed-based Revenue (In millions) FY07FY06% Change New seats and other $1,163$ 99017% Upgrades $ 253$ 271-6% Subscription $ 424$ 27654% Installed-base revenue $ 677$ 54724% Total Revenue $1,840$1,53720%
Autodesk © 2007 Revenue from Installed Base Growing Upgrades Subscription Crossgrades Revenue from Subscription, Upgrade, Crossgrade ($M)
Autodesk © 2007 Subscription Revenue 2D LT 2D ACAD Vertical 3D M&E Other
Autodesk © 2007 Subscription Users 1.3M Subscribers 2D LT 2D ACAD Vertical 3D Other M&E ,000 1,200 1,400 1/31/041/31/051/31/061/31/07 (Units 000)
Autodesk © 2007 AutoCAD Subscribers Rapidly Growing 2D ACAD /31/041/31/051/31/061/31/07 (Units 000)
Autodesk © /31/041/31/051/31/061/31/07 AutoCAD Active Subscription Penetration Huge opportunity remains % (Units 000)
Autodesk © 2007 Emerging Markets Accelerate Growth AMER EMEA APAC FY04FY05FY06FY07 ($ in Millions)
24 Autodesk © 2007 Industry Leading Revenue Linearity Benefits of Revenue Linearity: Predictability DSO improvement Sales discipline Operation efficiency Cumulative Revenue ($M)
25 Autodesk © 2007 Healthy Gross Margin 89% Non-GAAP GM
26 Autodesk © 2007 Operating Margin Remains Strong 19% 25% Stock option expense
27 Autodesk © 2007 Strong EPS Growth Rate $1.53 $1.19 Stock option expense
28 Autodesk © 2007 Stock Option Overhang is on Target
29 Autodesk © 2007 Return on Equity Best Among Peers As Of Each Company’s Latest Fiscal Year 39%
30 Autodesk © 2007 Shares Outstanding Remain Flat 231 Million
31 Autodesk © 2007 Investors Correlate ADSK Share Price Performance with the U.S. Homebuilding Industry ADSK XHB S&P Homebuilding Index Weekly share prices from inception of XHB 2/06-4/07 Relative Share Price Performance 60% 80% 100% 120%
32 Autodesk © 2007 Revenue Performance Does NOT Correlate ADSK XHB S&P Homebuilding Index Relative Revenue Performance Quarterly revenue over last 2 years 100% 110% 120% 130% 140%
33 Autodesk © 2007 Guidance Summary Q3 FY 2008 Revenue $530M - $540M Non-GAAP EPS$ $0.49 GAAP EPS$ $0.36 Q4 FY 2008 Revenue $575M - $585M Non-GAAP EPS$ $0.54 GAAP EPS$ $0.44 FY 2008 Revenue $2.14B - $2.16B Non-GAAP EPS$ $1.91 GAAP EPS$ $1.52 Long Term Goal 15% CAGR Revenue
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