The St. Louis telco billing and customer service provider posted an adjusted profit of $109.5 million, or 50 cents a share. Those numbers compare with pro forma net income of $83.9 million, or 39 cents a share, in the year-ago quarter.
Total sales for the quarter ended in September were $665.4 million, up from $553 million last year.
Analysts were expecting a 49-cent pro forma profit on $659 million in sales, according to Reuters Research.
"Our record revenue in the fourth quarter and in fiscal 2006 was driven by a strong market and by the actions we took to capitalize on this market," CEO Dov Baharav said in a press release.
For the fiscal year, Amdox had adjusted profit of $1.85 a share on $2.5 billion in revenue. That is an improvement from the $1.45 pro forma profit on $2 billion in sales for fiscal 2005.
Looking ahead, the company expects adjusted profit to remain flat sequentially at 50 cents a share on $690 million in sales. Analysts' consensus calls for pro forma profit of 50 cents on sales of $693 million.
For the full fiscal year 2007, Amdox expects adjusted profit of $2.12 a share on sales of about $2.93 billion. That is roughly in line with analysts' expectations.
Amdocs shares fell 70 cents, or 2%, to $37.73 in after-hours trading Wednesday.