The Web-hosting software company developer is expected to do better than other tech companies because it needs less upfront money.
The company hires a new czar to direct selling to large businesses.
Shares are down 13.7% to $5.25 in morning trading.
Even with Google out, that combination could face an uphill battle.
The software maker surpasses analysts' estimates.
The move is expected to help the company save $150 million in operating expenses.
The company is relying on some big contracts and a new mainframe in 2009.
The company says revenue will miss analysts' estimates.