So I wanted to start with growth and consistency in applying $2 billion of capital, building an incredible baseline for the business as we look to grow our licenses faster within the market and the transition to the functional model. With that, this has created the expanded executive team here at OpenText. I think most folks know Paul. And Paul will be up here speaking in a few moments. Greg will be speaking after myself. Muhi Majzoub, leading engineering; James McGourlay, leading customers service. We have Gordon. Gordon, if you want to raise your hand, you're not speaking today, our Chief Legal Officer. James Latham, our CMO; Steve Hunt, our CIO; and Manny Sousa, leading human resources. I am delighted with our executive team. I'm really pleased with the team that we've put in place. It's a world-class team, it's a team that has incredible experiences in large, global, complex enterprise software businesses. So I'm real delighted to have the team brought together. We also have 2 invited guests today. I'd like to invite them. We have Kate Stevenson, member of the Board of Directors at OpenText; and Debbie Weinstein, member of the board at OpenText as well here. So Kate and Deb, welcome.
Paul and I announced fiscal '12 just a few weeks ago, I guess, it's September already. And it was -- the team delivered a solid fiscal '12. Record performance in revenue, record performance in profit, record performance in earnings per share and record performance in non-GAAP operating cash flow. $1.2 billion in revenue, $293 million in license, $287 million in non-GAAP operating cash flow, $270 million in non-GAAP net income, $4.60 adjusted earnings per share. So very solid, the new team delivered a very solid fiscal '12.
We've also built a global business, and we wanted to highlight today some of our major locations around the world, including New York City. So we think of our business in 3 large geographies: the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific. In fiscal '12, FY '12 revenues in the Americas was $635 million; year-over-year growth, 16%; and percent of business, roughly 53% in the Americas. Our worldwide headquarters is in Waterloo, Ontario, which I'm based out of. Operations at Richmond Hill, Ontario, as well as Ottawa. We have a large presence here in Battery Park South in New York City; D.C.; Atlanta, Georgia, where Greg is based out of and where EasyLink headquarters was; Austin, Texas; Tucson, Arizona; San Francisco; and Bellevue, Washington. Those are our main presences in North America. And we run Latin America out of São Paulo.