Over the last 10 years V.i. Labs has helped software vendors protect their intellectual property, drive new license revenue from compliance, and build better applications through data-driven roadmaps. Today, I am excited to announce that our company name has changed from V.i. Laboratories, Inc. to Revulytics, Inc.
The new brand reflects the company’s vision to give software producers deep and actionable insight into who's using your software and how they're using it. The out-of-box analytics enable our customers to drive new license revenue, grow and retain customers with innovative products, and address market shifts in licensing and cloud software transformation. By combining the company’s unique software compliance and usage analytics, and extending its expert service offerings, a wider market of software producers can leverage this powerful insight and act directly on it with revenue recovery initiatives, in-application response programs, and trial conversion strategies.
Our compliance intelligence solution has helped software vendors generate $1.4 billion in new license revenue since 2010.
I am also pleased to announce the latest release of Revulytics Usage Intelligence. Formerly known as Trackerbird Software Analytics, the solution is purpose-built to empower data-driven product decisions by any software development organization of distributed software on Windows, Macintosh, and Linux applications. Usage Intelligence provides valuable insight into product adoption, engagement, usage, and runtime environments. It enables software producers to make data-driven decisions to meet customer needs and optimize product roadmaps.
I am excited about the company’s future and the continuing value that we provide to software producers around the world. Again, for more information, you can visit our new website, read the press releases, or contact us directly.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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