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We help software vendors drive better business outcomes by giving them powerful insight into how their software is being used.
Our software usage analytics solutions help teams - product, sales and marketing, customer success - make better, data-driven decisions, be more customer centric, and generate revenue in an increasingly competitive world. From strategies to prioritize product features, optimize development investment, accelerate trial conversions, improve user adoption, decrease churn, improve pricing, or enforce license compliance, we help software vendors build stronger customer relationships and grow their business.
Revulytics has provided embedded usage analytics to the world’s leading software vendors for over a decade. The company was founded in 2006 to help software vendors address the challenges of unlicensed software – both software piracy and overuse by existing customers. We harnessed the power of software usage analytics to detect and identify infringing organizations, create actionable information to pursue these cases, and help our customers convert unlicensed users into paying customers. Since 2010, Revulytics customers’ compliance programs have generated more than $2.4 billion in new revenue using the company’s turnkey solutions and data services.
To meet the growing needs of our customers, we expanded our analytics platform to track the anonymous use of all software, provide powerful analytics to make data-driven decisions, and deliver in-application messaging to shape user behavior and receive customer feedback. Our out-of-the-box capabilities and straightforward implementation make our solutions easy to use by teams throughout a software organization.
Revulytics provides software usage analytics for software vendors and product teams developing desktop and server applications now and as they introduce cloud and cloud-tethered offerings.
Founded as V.i. Labs to address the challenge of global software piracy
Introduced Compliance Intelligence to detect and identify unlicensed use giving software vendors a new strategy to open a revenue channel
Customers recovered the first $15M in compliance revenue using software usage analytics
Introduced Revenue Services offering turnkey compliance conversion worldwide
Introduced Piracy Response to automate and accelerate piracy conversion for consumer software and emerging geographies
Acquired Trackerbird Software Analytics giving visibility into all product usage to build better products, drive end-user adoption, and increase customer engagement
Rebranded as Revulytics: Revenue + Users + Analytics
Introduced Usage Intelligence Sprint to provide turnkey product usage analytics for installed software applications
Named a Gartner 2017 Cool Vendor in Tech Go-to-Market. First appeared in the Gartner Hype Cycles for Software-as-a-Service and Customer Experience
Introduced Revenue Services partner program to help customers turn unlicensed users into paying customers
Introduced Data Enrichment an integration-free, data analytics solution for license compliance
Expanded Revenue Services partner program in China, Russia, and Brazil to better support customer revenue generation
Introduced advanced feature tracking and reporting capability in Usage Intelligence and increased the power of ReachOut helping customers realize additional value from their product usage analytics
Reached $2.4B in new revenue generated for its customers since 2010
Introduced Usage Intelligence Hybrid to provide product analytics data on cross-platform desktop and web applications securely hosted on-premise or in the cloud
Announced Strategic Partnership with Connor to provide data-driven compliance and audit programs
November 14, 2019
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