Chair and Co-Chief Executive Officer at Salesforce
I'll tell you, I added up how many CEOs I've been with, in the last 90 days, and it's been about 46. And as I've talked to all these CEOs all over the world and traveled and so forth, it's been a powerful couple of years and difficult. And I mean I'm grateful for what all of our ohanas have done and all of our employees have done and also our customers and the first responders and scientists and everybody to get through this because it does feel like -- I think as evidenced by what we've just went through in New York, we're kind of coming to the end of this and it's not that this in is still raging. I just read some horrible articles about what's going on right now in Hong Kong with BA2. But we are kind of coming to another stage here and I hope that we're about to get back to a more normal world and we're doing that and unfortunately a war and a pandemic, this is not an uncommon story and very sad to see what's going on here.
So with that, I have to tell you though that I am speaking out to our investors and analysts directly and I'm speaking directly about the performance of the company. We had a phenomenal quarter. We capped off which was just a phenomenal fiscal year '22 with just incredible numbers and we continue to see just tremendous, tremendous demand from customers across every industry, every geography, and every product category. And I think that like many of the portfolio managers who are on the call and will ask questions later, we're managing a full portfolio. We see that with products and geographies and industries.
And across the whole portfolio, I would say there is a remarkable strength. And every company that I speak to, these CEOs that I'm speaking to, they're all going through major digital transformations, and those customers, they all are all beginning and ending with the customer. And our job remains to help these companies grow and achieve this transformation. And that's why we've had such an incredible year and I'm confident that that will continue. And you can see that in kind of these incredible numbers, but also our very deep commitment to this kind of very disciplined, very profitable, and very cash flow positive as you can see the $6 billion number and the $7-plus billion number scheduled for next year and going up in the years to come that for the fourth quarter revenue rose to more than $7.3 billion, up 26% year-over-year. That's pretty awesome. For a company of our size that we did a 26% growth quarter at $7.3 billion. I don't think there were too many $7.3 billion quarters at 26% growth in the world this year.
And for the full fiscal '22 revenue was $26.5 billion, again up 25% year-over-year. Again a $26 billion company growing 30 -- 25%. And of course, that's why we're coming in on this $32.1 billion a year. So we continue to be the fastest-growing top-five enterprise software company in history. Salesforce is on track to becoming the world's number one enterprise cloud software applications company.
Operating margin for the quarter was 15% and for the full year 18.7% and we just continue to deliver this disciplined approach to margin expansion and you can see that in the forecast for the quarter now at over 20% operating margin with the $32.1 billion year. So with our unique business model, we continue to grow revenue at scale, drive operating margin expansion leading to a strong cash generation. I mean you can see that in all three aspects of this quarter and we closed fiscal year '22 with really incredible cash flow reaching a milestone of $6 billion in the year and that's really up 25% year-over-year. That's really amazing and I would say, far exceeded our goals.
I'll tell you that based on our strong fiscal year '22 results, we're excited to raise our fiscal year '23 revenue guidance to $32.1 billion, something I've been excited about at the high end of the range, representing 21% growth year-over-year. Amy, I hope that that is just the beginning of the revs in for the year and we are committed to delivering our fiscal year '23 operating margin of 20%.
And customer success is just continuing to just drive this financial success and our product innovation is providing customers with the resilience they need to navigate these in I would say grim and uncertain times. And that's why Salesforce has been ranked by IDC as the number one CRM for eight years in a row. We have a tremendous focus here being the number one CRM.
Our entire Customer 360 portfolio that is the Sales Cloud and the Service Cloud and the Marketing Cloud and the Commerce Cloud and Slack and Tableau and MuleSoft, and by the way other great clouds too that aren't even listed when we talk about these things like our Financial Services Cloud or our Safety Cloud or Sustainability Cloud. Putting them all together for our customers, well, it becomes the single source of truth, virtually the entire Fortune 500. And all of this customer success is being led by an incredible management team which I think everyone on the call will agree and I certainly believe never has been stronger and more aligned.
Now, I want to talk about a couple of customers real quickly and then wrap this up. Forward, well, and you're going to hear more from Bret and Gavin, we're helping major companies like this around the world transform their business and you know I love this company. I think it's one of the great companies, very transformational, tremendous, new CEO Jim Farley has got a great vision for the world. You've seen that, you haven't been inside this Lightning 150. It's going to be the electric vehicle for everyone, it's the E-Transit van, it's amazing, and I have two of these Mark Es, a yellow one and a white one. And if you haven't tried these, go to the Ford dealer because it's just worth it to test drive the car because it drives very different than other electric cars and I've had probably every single one because I love these things.
And a few weeks ago, I was with Jim Farley and we launched the Ford Pro business unit. And they're doing a B2B business unit at Ford to complement their B2C unit, not so unlike a lot of our other customers like Home Depot but I will tell you that Ford Pro, that -- they're really looking at targeting professionals, targeting productivity. There are really looking at given the motivation for the professional and I'll tell you I live in a rural area and I even have Ford 550 truck, which is configured as a fire truck because when things go wrong, I'm -- I have to be ready for that. And they have telematics but I am excited to be able to build all these Customer 360 services around this Ford 550 truck because I'm trying to turn that Ford 550 into a Ford 360. That's how I look at this world. And I'll tell you that Jim Farley right up and so basketball not so far away from here a few weeks ago and it's awesome to see their product line but also their customers and their partners are all really connecting with these new products and incredible new ways.
And when you look at Ford and kind of their driven towards well, sustainability, I find it to be very much aligned with what's happening in the world because we all know, we're in a climate emergency. We need everyone to get to net-zero as fast as possible. Salesforce now coming into the Fortune 100 this year, we are a net-zero company already, fully renewable across our entire value chain. We've achieved 100% renewable energy for our global operations. We're reducing emissions further. We're very sensitive to what we're doing with all of our products with sustainability and we know we can't stop. There is no finish line on sustainability.
It's really one of our very core values now and we're operationalizing sustainability in every part of our business's scenario. I spent a lot of time on in the last, I would say, six months even looking at new investments. Bret and I just looked at a very cool company together. You can say, we were surprised at the type of companies that we're looking in carbon relationship management that before we were not. It's the new CRM, carbon relationship management because there's a lot we can do in analytics and information management, and in helping our customers get the carbon that they need to be successful. And every business can be a platform for addressing climate change. The first half is for each one of us to commit to being net zero ourselves. I have a lot of friends who are venture capitalists or saying they're going to move into the sustainability world and I said to them, the first thing they need to do in their portfolios, get their portfolios to be net zero.
All of our work around sustainability might be the most important and rewarding work of our lives. Well, it's one of the things we celebrate. Salesforce is going to be 23 years old, amazing, on March 8th just a few days from now quarter versus century. It's getting there. Just Parker is not with us today, he's traveling, so I want to just say happy birthday to Parker and thank you for starting this great company with me so many years ago. And we look at all the evolutions of the company, and the management team, and the products, and it's in employees, and all of our Ohanas and all of our stakeholders. Thank you. When we started this in 1999, I never dreamed we would have become this amazing company and entering the Fortune 100 in 2022. So this is awesome.
And our values have created so much value. When we look at $0.5 billion in grants now to our communities, $6.7 million in employee volunteer hours, more than $100 million to our San Francisco and Oakland public schools is so badly needed especially right now, running 55,000 non-profits and NGOs on our product-for-free and so many other things that we've been able to do here. The children's hospitals here in San Francisco or so many other things around the world, so thank you to all of you for making that happen. And we're also delighted. And thank you to our trailblazers especially who believe so much in our products. They've lifted us up, and again Parker and I are just so very grateful.
And now, over to you, Bret.