VBrick Systems, Inc. today announced that it has been named the Enterprise Video Platforms industry market leader for the second consecutive year by leading industry analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.
Each year, Frost & Sullivan conducts extensive research, interviewing webcasting users and major vendors to provide industry forecasts and strategic shifts. The results are published in the Frost & Sullivan Enterprise Video Platforms report.
In its 2015 report, Frost & Sullivan determined that VBrick was the industry market leader based on having 18% – the largest share – of the enterprise video platforms market worldwide.
Anisha Vinny, Frost & Sullivan industry analyst and author of the report, also attributed VBrick’s leadership to the fact that: “Since the launch of Rev, VBrick has seen phenomenal increase in subscription and software sales. Technology and business service firms, healthcare companies, financial services companies, energy, insurance, government organizations and higher education institutions across the board are avid users of Rev.
“Frost & Sullivan’s independent analysis clearly shows that the cloud-native nature of its enterprise video platform, Rev, its superior eCDN offering, the scalability, reliability, deployment flexibility and tiered pricing model make it the solution of choice for large global enterprises with dispersed workforces,” Vinny said.
“We are again honored to be named the global Enterprise Video Platforms market leader by Frost & Sullivan,” said Shelly Heiden, VBrick CEO. “Customers tell us that Rev takes the complexity out of managing and delivering video so they can enable executives to use the power of video to link globally dispersed workforces and increase employee engagement through knowledge transfer and self-directed education,” Heiden said.
VBrick believes in the power of video to transform the workplace. Its Rev enterprise video platform removes the technology and pricing restraints that have held business back from tapping video’s clear advantage to persuade, inform and compel people, wherever they are.
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