26 - 50 employees
Series B
B2B
Big Data & Analytics
SaaS

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

Jobs at Revulytics

 
2 Jobs Listed
Waltham
LOCATION: WALTHAM, MA (no remote candidates) ABOUT REVULYTICS: Revulytics, Inc. 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...
Sales & Business Development
Waltham
ABOUT REVULYTICS: Revulytics offers cloud-based software usage analytics and turnkey services that give software producers deep visibility into how their products are being used and misused, providing them with actionable intelligence to generate revenue by converting unlicensed users into paying customers, optimize product development, and make data-driven decisions across their business. Its compliance analytics solution and services are used by leading software vendors to increase license revenue and globally reduce software piracy. Its software usage analytics solution provides...
Sales & Business Development
130 Turner St
Waltham, MA 02453

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January 4, 2019
As we get under way with the new year, let’s take a look at five trends from 2018 that product management professionals should be aware of going into 2019. Let us know if we missed your favorite trend in the comments section below....
December 21, 2018
Google’s top searches of 2018 included the World Cup, unicorn cakes and 1980’s fashion. While that’s all very exciting, the world of software license compliance had its moments too this year. Here’s a look at our top picks for software license compliance-related stories in 2018. ...
December 11, 2018
We thought it would be interesting to update our blog post from 2017 in which we looked at China’s Golden Week and its impact on the use of pirated software by businesses. In that post we examined years of our compliance intelligence data on the use of pirated software with a focus on the impact China’s Golden Week has on piracy rates. This year, Golden Week took place from October 1 to October 8. According to some reports, “about half of Chin...
December 4, 2018
Over the years, the software vendors conducting the most licensing audits haven’t changed much, according to the most recent survey by the International Business Software Managers Association (IBSMA). Microsoft, Adobe and IBM still top that list. But what has changed, according to the survey, is how those vendors are approaching audits....
November 29, 2018
Back in the spring, some 150 million users of Under Armour’s health and fitness app MyFitnessPal were hit with a data breach, with a bad actor (or actors) stealing their user names, email addresses, and passwords. While breaches like this have become increasingly common, the way Under Armour dealt with it was not. Instead of simply notifying users by email, it pushed in-app messages about the breach and let users know the application had been compromised through the application its...