Less: Net loss attributable to noncontrolling interest 0 %
Net loss attributable to Lyris, Inc. (1 )% (27 )% 34 Revenues We recognize revenues from subscriptions, support and maintenance, professional services, and licensing of our software products to our customers. Revenues for fiscal 2013 and fiscal 2012 were: Years Ended June 30, Change 2013 2012 $ Percent (In thousands, except percentages) Subscription revenue Lyris HQ revenue
$ 21,718 $ 20,295 $ 1,4237 % Legacy revenue 6,620 8,910 (2,290 ) (26 )% Total subscription revenue 28,338 29,205 (867 ) (3 )%
Support and maintenance revenue 3,923 3,778 145 4 % Professional services revenue 2,436 4,059 (1,623 )
(40 )% Software revenue 1,487 1,737 (250 ) (14 )% Total revenues
$ 36,184 $ 38,779 $ (2,595 )(7 )% Subscription revenue Subscription revenue consists primarily of revenue from Lyris ONE, Lyris HQ, and legacy products which are in the process of reaching their end of life. We did not recognize material amounts of revenue from Lyris ONE, which was introduced in September 2012. Subscription revenue was $28.3 millionor 78% of total revenue for fiscal 2013, compared to $29.2 millionor 75% of total revenue for fiscal 2012, a decrease of $0.9 millionor 3%. Subscription revenue related to Lyris HQ increased $1.4 millionversus the prior year, primarily as a result of sales to new customers and migration from our legacy product to Lyris HQ. Subscription revenue related to legacy products decreased $2.3 millioncompared to the prior year, primarily due to termination of contracts with low priced subscriptions and management's decision to phase out low margin legacy products.
Support and Maintenance Revenue
Support and maintenance revenue consists of customer service and support for our products. Support and maintenance revenue was
$3.9 millionor 11% of our revenue for fiscal 2013, compared to $3.8 millionor 10% for fiscal 2012, an increase of $0.1 millionor 4%. Support and maintenance revenue increased as a result of our proactive effort to update existing customer support, new customers and customer upsells.
Professional Services Revenue
Professional services revenue consists of training, custom product implementation and integration, which includes web analytics and reporting, web design, email deliverability and search engine marketing. Professional services revenue was
$2.4 millionor 7% of our total revenue for fiscal 2013, compared to $4.0 millionor 11% of our total revenue for fiscal 2012, a decrease of $1.6 millionor 40%. Professional services revenue decreased due to management's decision to terminate our low margin list building service from our Cogent acquisition in June 2011, customer turnover and customers migrating from professional to subscription based service.