Frost & Sullivan Names Flexera a Market Leader for Software Licensing and Monetization (SLM)
Flexera recognized for its Leadership in the Software Segment, the Largest and Fastest Growing Segment in Licensing and Monetization
Itasca, IL - November 12, 2019 Flexera, a demonstrated leader in software installation, open source software scanning, and software monetization, today announced that it won the 2019 Market Leadership Award for the Software Segment of the Global Software Licensing and Monetization (SLM) Market from analyst firm Frost & Sullivan. In addition, new Frost & Sullivan research shows that software-based solutions constitute the largest segment within SLM and will be the fastest growing segment through 2025.
In exhaustive research on the SLM space over the past decade, updated Frost & Sullivan reports found:
- Market Size of SLM Is Growing: The SLM market will see a compound annual growth rate of 10.1% through 2025. The current estimate for the total addressable market (TAM) is between $3 and $4 billion, or 10x the current SLM market penetration.
- Software Enforcement is the Largest and Fastest Growing Segment within SLM: The Software Enforcement Segment of SLM is the largest segment today (54.4%) of the SLM market, compared to 32.3% of the hardware segment. Software enforcement revenue will roughly double by 2025 and is growing faster than the overall SLM market.
- Flexera is a Market Leader in Software Enforcement Segment of SLM: Frost & Sullivan concludes that Flexera’s monetization platform enables software and device manufacturers to implement a wide range of digital monetization models for Cloud, SaaS, IoT, on-premises and embedded applications.
- Frost & Sullivan Names Flexera the Winner of the 2019 Market Leadership Award for the Software Enforced Segment of the Global Software License Management Software Market: Evaluating leading SLM vendors across six categories (including growth strategy excellence, implementation excellence, brand strength, product quality, customer ownership experience, and price/performance value), Frost & Sullivan named Flexera a top vendor in the software segment of the SLM market.
“By identifying the continuing need for software enforced solutions to grow, Flexera is well positioned to continue to be a major market force for the foreseeable future. That’s why Frost & Sullivan is awarding Flexera the 2019 Market Leadership Award for the Software Enforced Segment of the Global Software License Management Software Market,” said Mukul Krishna, Global Practice Head – Digital Media, at Frost & Sullivan. “Monetization and optimization are now the primary goals of SLM offerings. Analytics will become the key to maximize monetization. This is the age of software and software-defined business. SLM vendors have a unique opportunity to serve as partners to advise and support their customers with best practices and technology solutions during their digital transformation.”
“We are proud to be awarded the market leader for electronic software licensing and entitlement management. It reflects the growth and success Flexera is seeing in the software monetization business, with both traditional software companies as well as Enterprise and Industrial IoT device companies,” said Brent Pietrzak, SVP and General Manager Supplier Division at Flexera. “We are working closely with our customers to map out the future of monetization, including industry-leading usage intelligence solutions.”
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