Dr.Web protects businesses: almost two-thirds of the company's revenue comes from corporate sales
January 22, 2016
The share of Dr.Web license sales to businesses has increased steadily over the last five years. In 2013, it crossed the 50% mark, and today it represents nearly two-thirds of total sales.
Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite, which incorporates protection software for all types of objects ranging from PCs to handhelds, is still the main corporate solution offered by Doctor Web. In 2015, Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite sales increased by 12.46%, while 12.84% more Dr.Web Server Security Suite licenses were sold. Dr.Web Mail Security Suite sales rose by 8.76%, and Dr.Web Gateway Security Suite sales increased by 21.55%.
" For us, the decision to work in the business segment was strategic. Years of positive experience have proven to us that we’ve made the right choice. That and paying close attention to our customers' needs, providing high-quality tech support, and having a flexible pricing policy. A steady upward trend showing a growing number of small, medium, and large businesses migrating to our software has persisted for five years. For 2016 we’ve set even more ambitious goals for ourselves in this area, because working specifically with the business segment will allow us to improve our financial stability in times of crisis", said Boris Sharov, Doctor Web's general director.
Corporate users appreciate Dr.Web software advantages which include a single control center for easy administration, protection for mobile devices, and licenses and certificates that demonstrate that Dr.Web solutions can be used in environments with high security standards.
It should also be noted that growth has been achieved without increasing Dr.Web software prices.
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