BlackBerry reported a 64% drop in sales for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014, which were worth $976m compared to $2.7bn in the same quarter last year.
But BlackBerry CEO John Chen remained optimistic that the turnaround plan unveiled three months ago was on track.
He said: "I am very pleased with our progress and execution in quarter against the strategy we laid out three months ago. We have significantly streamlined operations, allowing us to reach our expense reduction target one quarter ahead of schedule."
In December Chen said BlackBerry was aligning itself to focus on the regulated industry and its security and communications suites. The other main area of focus for BlackBerry, is QNX, which Chen described as "one of the crown jewels."
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