If you go back 5-8 years ago, this company was NOT consistently profitable.
Indeed, the company reported losses in FY06, FY07, and FY08.
But starting in 08FQ4 (quarter ended March 2008) CYAN became consistently profitable.
A GAAP loss was reported in 10FQ4 but that included the cost of severance to the departed CEO Rosenthal as well as the writedown of some fixed assets. Excluding those, CYAN was profitable that quarter.
So, consistent profitability has become a VERY important hallmark of the company and one that marks a new era in its history, in my opinion.