Application Security includes products designed to secure applications, their data, infrastructure and users. Application Security products protect against a variety of security threats such as DDoS attacks, Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attacks, code injection, DNS hijacking, and many more.
Buyers are businesses that have deployed the product. Intricately monitors product adoption world-wide and groups domains belonging to the same buyer to ensure the buyer counts for a product are not inflated.
Product growth is directly tied to a product’s customer growth and the number of net-new customers a product has gained over the past 12 months.
Product market share is calculated by looking at spend by customer to understand the product’s overall market penetration and % market ownership. The total number of buyers and the product’s average deal size or Average Contract Value (ACV) has the biggest influence on a product’s market share.
The total number of applications we see the buyer operating. Intricately monitors neary 1B (that’s 1 billion) applications world-wide. Applications are the digital DNA of a business and tell us a lot about the types of investments a business is making globally.
The total number of products a buyer has purchased. Intricately monitors the digital relationship between buyers and sellers to identify over 20,000 distinct products. The products a company has purchased says a lot about a company’s growth, objectives, and direction.
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The growth (or decline) in spend over the past 12 months. The amount a company increases (or decreases) their product spend can tell a data analyst a lot about the company’s overall growth trajectory.
Spend Potential, or IT budgeting, represents a buyer’s ability to spend on IT Infrastructure. Spend Potential is superior way to size a business, especially in the scenarios where employee count falls short.