EMEA, $474 million in fiscal year '12. 13% growth year-over-year, roughly 40% of our business. We lead EMEA out of Grasbrunn, Germany, just outside of Munich. If you will, a large presence in Reading, Paris, Stockholm. We have other locations as well. But these are the main highlights. And we cover the continents of Africa out of South Africa in Johannesburg.
In Asia Pacific, just under $100 million in fiscal '12. With EasyLink in our own growth plans in Asia Pacific, this will be above $100 million in fiscal year '13. We've been able to grow -- the company has been able to grow Asia Pacific over the last 5 or 6 years to really emerge as a greater than a $100 million business. And EasyLink has a fair amount of scale in Asia Pacific. But in '12, it was roughly $100 million at 42% year-over-year growth and roughly contributed 8% of our business. I wouldn't be surprised if Asia Pacific was in double-digits in fiscal '13, given its growth rate and the addition of EasyLink Services in APJ. And we run APJ out of Sydney, Australia.
I want to get on and speak a little bit about EIM. And I want to use a few analogies to describe it. And I want to use a markets evolve analogy and use 2 examples that we all may be familiar with. I think of the platform. If we think back 10, 15 years around the database market, application server, business intelligence, developer tools and think of all the companies we know that were in those spaces, all the database companies that we knew that were in that space, all the developer tool companies that we knew of in the space, application server companies, business intelligence companies. 15 years later, there's a platform. Markets evolve, they expand, they consolidate and they build a bigger category. That's happened in the platform, right? And now you think of a platform, and you have IBM's platform, you have SAP's platform, Oracle's platform, Microsoft's platform. We've gone from hundreds of companies in these subcategories to 4 leaders in the bigger category. This market has evolved.