26 - 50 employees
Series B
Big Data & Analytics

Revulytics Company Overview

As of November 2016, V.i. Labs and Trackerbird Software Analytics, a V.i. Labs company, are now Revulytics.

Revulytics was founded in 2006 as an application security solutions provider to address the challenges of software piracy. Working with leading software vendors around the world, Revulytics introduced CodeArmor Intelligence in 2008 to detect, identify, and report on the unpaid use of their software, giving them a new strategy to generate incremental revenue by converting unlicensed users into paying customers. Since 2010, Revulytics customers’ compliance programs have generated more than $1.8 billion in revenue using the company’s turnkey solutions and services.

With the acquisition of Trackerbird Software Analytics in 2016, Revulytics expanded its offerings to provide a wider range of software producers with valuable insight into actual product usage after installation giving product management, engineering and marketing the intelligence to make data-driven decisions.

Revulytics gives any software development organization deep and actionable insight into who and how their software products are being used, and the out-of-box analytics that enable them to grow incremental revenue, convert and retain customers, and make decisions about licensing and cloud transformation strategies.

Press Release: Gartner Names Revulytics a 2017 Cool Vendor in Tech Go-to-Market

Blog: We’re a Gartner Cool Vendor, But Our Customers Are Even Cooler

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July 17, 2019
Be sure to start with Episode 4 for part 1 of this conversation! In part 2 of this interview, Michael continues his conversation with former Dassault Systemes Anti-Piracy and Compliance Head Andy Clarkson. Andy shares more about the evolution of approaches to software piracy with some interesting parallels to his work in UK law enforcement. He also discusses how smaller software vendors can apply his “4E” approach  (engagement, education, engineering, and enforcement) to the...
July 12, 2019
There’s nothing like the power of the pen. Or, in the digital era, there might be nothing as convincing as words created by computer pixels. For software companies, the influence of words lies in the content created to educate customers on how to make the most of their products. With informative blog posts, case studies and other content, software vendors can illustrate the ways that users can improve their workflows and get the most out of the time spent using their software appli...
July 10, 2019
In part 1 of this interview, Michael talks to former Dassault Systemes Anti-Piracy and Compliance Head Andy Clarkson about leaving a 24 year career in UK law enforcement to build a career at IBM and Dassault addressing software piracy. Andy shares his “4E” approach to converting software pirates to paying customers (engagement, education, engineering, and enforcement), and the growing importance of data in those efforts. Andy is currently a Licence Compliance consultant at A...
July 2, 2019
Jason and Michael take advantage of the International Trademark Association’s (INTA) annual meeting in Boston to speak with Anand & Anand’s Shantanu Sahay. Anand and Anand is among the largest practices specializing in Intellectual Property laws in India and is ranked among the Top Tier Intellectual Property Law Firms in Asia. Shantanu shares how his firm is helping software vendors protect their intellectual property in India and discusses how its approach has changed over t...
July 1, 2019
Revulytics sponsors a series of Product Management Today webinars featuring innovative ideas from top software product management thought leaders. In these blog posts, we ask the presenters to share their insights - we encourage you to watch the full on-demand webinars for even more details....