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Chordiant Targeted Business Model and FY 2007 Guidance. Below is the Company’s Fiscal Year 2007 Guidance, as of February 14, 2007, as Compared to its Targeted Operating Model which it Announced in August, 2006. FY 2007 Target Model * Guidance* Revenue

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Chordiant targeted business model and fy 2007 guidance

Chordiant Targeted Business Model and FY 2007 Guidance

  • Below is the Company’s Fiscal Year 2007 Guidance, as of February 14, 2007, as Compared to its Targeted Operating Model which it Announced in August, 2006.

    FY 2007

    Target Model *Guidance*

  • Revenue

    • License Revenue 35% to 50% 40% to 50%

    • Service Revenue 50% to 65% 60% to 50%

  • Margins

    • License Margin 95% to 97% 95% to 97%

    • Services Margin 45% to 55% 50% to 55%

    • Gross Margin 70% to 72% 71% to 73%

  • Operating Expenses

    • Sales & Marketing 27% to 26% 27% to 26%

    • Research & Development 20% to 19% 22% to 21%

    • General & Administrative 13% to 12% 14% to 14%

      • TOTAL OPEX 60% to 57% 63% to 61%

  • Non-GAAP Operating Income 10% to 15% 8% to 12%

    *Excludes stock-based compensation, intangible amortization, non-recurring and restructuring charges.

    (February 14, 2007)


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