Amdocs Limited, a leading provider of software and services to communications and media companies, has reported operating results for the fourth fiscal quarter and full fiscal year ended September 30, 2022.
Fiscal 2022 was a landmark year for Amdocs, and I could not be prouder of our talented employees and our many amazing achievements. We delivered accelerated full year revenue growth of 10.3% on a pro forma constant currency basis as we executed our strategy to support the industry’s need for digital modernization, 5G monetization, cloud, and network automation with market-leading innovation. Strong sales momentum throughout fiscal 2022 continued in Q4 and included a five-year agreement to migrate Amdocs systems to the cloud for AT&T Mexico. Additionally, we are working with Rogers to move existing Amdocs services and applications to Rogers’ private cloud. Overall, we ended fiscal 2022 with record-high 12-month backlog of $3.97 billion, up approximately 8% from a year ago.Shuky Sheffer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Amdocs Management Limited
Amdocs’ reputation for project execution is unrivalled in our industry, as demonstrated by a record number of production milestones achieved for our customers in Q4 and the full 2022 fiscal year. At the same time, we maintained consistent profitability and generated robust free cash flow, primarily driven by strong levels of customer cash collections throughout the fiscal year. Fiscal year 2022 was also a record year in managed services where recent customer activity included new long-term strategic agreements that strengthen and broaden our relationships with Charter in North America, Telefonica Hispanoamerica in Argentina, Chile and Peru, and SES in Europe.Tamar Rapaport-Dagim, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer, Amdocs Management Limited
We are confident in our unique and resilient business model given the strategic and mission critical nature of our products and services that we provide under multi-year customer engagements. While we are not immune to the current macro uncertainty, our role as a trusted partner is especially valuable during such times as we work to help service providers improve customer experience, accelerate cost reduction, and increase efficiency with our digital, cloud, automation and 5G monetization capabilities. Taking everything into consideration, we are positioned to deliver fiscal year 2023 revenue growth in line with the midpoint of our long-term target range of 6% to 10% on a constant currency basis while delivering strong earnings to cash conversion.Shuky Sheffer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Amdocs Management Limited