Doximity Inc. DoCS, -0.79% fell in the extended trading session on Tuesday after the cloud-software provider for physicians exceeded most Wall Street expectations with the exception of the revenue forecast for the current quarter. After hours, Doximity’s shares fell as much as 7.0% after a 0.8% drop to close at $33.87. The company reported a net income for the fiscal fourth quarter of $30.7m, or 14c per share. This compares to $36.7m, or 17c per share in the previous period. The adjusted earnings per share were 20 cents, down from 21 cents in the previous year. The revenue increased to $111 from $93.7 in the previous quarter. FactSet surveyed analysts who estimated earnings at 20 cents per share on revenue of $101,0 million. Doximity predicted revenue between $106.5 and $107.5 million for the first quarter. The company also forecast $500 to $506 millions in revenue for the entire year. Analysts estimated $111.8 for the quarter and $501.8 for the entire year.