Votiro on IDC: Protecting the weakest links in the supply chain
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Votiro on IDC – Protecting the weakest links in the supply chain

Votiro Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Protecting the weakest links in the supply chain

By Dan Yachin
June 2014

This IDC Insight analyzes Votiro, a company playing in the threat intelligence security services (TISS) market, and reviews key success factors: market potential, products and services, competitive edge, customers, and corporate strategy. Detailed subquestions make up each of the five success factors, which are assigned a value from 1 (weak) to 4 (strong). Leveraging IDC’s expert understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, this document provides insight into private companies based on IDC’s unique watch score system:

  • Market potential: Market growth potential, strength of competition, and current stage of market (early adopters versus late majority)
  • Products and services: Level of differentiation, disruptive capability, and scalability
  • Competitive edge: Competitive landscape and peer assessment
  • Customers: Number of existing customers, quality of existing customer base, geographic reach, and size of addressable market in the coming years given the vendor’s current capabilities
  • Corporate strategy: Go-to-market strategy, management pedigree, and financial status (running on venture capital with insignificant revenue versus self-sustaining and not seeking additional rounds of funding)

(The above is the overview of this analyst report. The full analyst report can be acquired on IDC’s web site.)

For more information on this analyst report, please click here.

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