Commercial Internet of Things Benchmark

The Commercial IoT Benchmark highlights the revenue and performance of the top 30 vendors in the commercial IoT market across a diverse set of IT and OT product segments. The report details the major segment and industry drivers and trends that have been propelling the commercial IoT market as well as includes analysis on market leaders, vendor positioning, partnerships, alliances and acquisitions.

Includes

Excel Workbook featuring current and historical data

Cadence

Semiannual, 2Q/4Q (publishes in March and September)

Segments

  • Business Consulting
  • IT Services
  • ICT Infrastructure
  • Software
  • Security Software and Services
  • Cloud Services
  • Connectivity Deals

Vendors

  • Accenture
  • Amazon Web Services
  • AT&T
  • Atos
  • Bosch
  • Capgemini
  • Capgemini
  • Cognizant
  • Dell EMC
  • Deloitte
  • DXC Technology
  • Ericsson
  • Fujitsu Ltd.
  • General Electric Co.
  • Google
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • Nokia Networks
  • Oracle Corp.
  • Orange Business Services
  • PTC
  • PwC
  • SAP
  • Siemens
  • Symantec
  • Telefonica
  • Verizon
  • Vodafone

Metrics

  • IoT Overall Revenue
  • IoT Overall Gross Profit
  • IoT Overall Gross Margin
  • IoT Overall Revenue Year-to-Year Change
  • IoT Overall Gross Profit Year-to-Year Change
  • Total IoT R&D
  • Total IoT R&D Year-to-Year Change
  • Total IoT SG&A
  • Total IoT SG&A Year-to-Year Change
  • Total IoT Operating Income
  • Total IoT Operating Income Year-to-Year Change
  • Business Consulting IoT Revenue
  • Business Consulting IoT Gross Profit
  • Business Consulting IoT Gross Margin
  • Business Consulting IoT as a Percentage of Total IoT Revenue
  • Business Consulting IoT Revenue Year-to-Year Change
  • Business Consulting IoT Gross Profit Year-to-Year Change
  • IT Services IoT Revenue
  • IT Services IoT Gross Profit
  • IT Services IoT Gross Margin
  • IT Services IoT as a Percentage of Total IoT Revenue
  • IT Services IoT Revenue Year-to-Year Change
  • IT Services IoT Gross Profit Year-to-Year Change
  • Software IoT Revenue
  • Software IoT Gross Profit
  • Software IoT Gross Margin
  • Software IoT as a Percentage of Total IoT Revenue
  • Software IoT Revenue Year-to-Year Change
  • Software IoT Gross Profit Year-to-Year Change
  • Cloud Services IoT Revenue
  • Cloud Services IoT Gross Profit
  • Cloud Services IoT Gross Margin
  • Cloud Services IoT as a Percentage of Total IoT Revenue
  • Cloud Services IoT Revenue Year-to-Year Change
  • Cloud Services IoT Gross Profit Year-to-Year Change
  • ICT Infrastructure IoT Revenue
  • ICT Infrastructure IoT Gross Profit
  • ICT Infrastructure IoT Gross Margin
  • ICT Infrastructure IoT as a Percentage of Total IoT Revenue
  • ICT Infrastructure IoT Revenue Year-to-Year Change
  • ICT Infrastructure IoT Gross Profit Year-to-Year Change
  • Connectivity IoT Revenue
  • Connectivity IoT Gross Profit
  • Connectivity IoT Gross Margin
  • Connectivity IoT as a Percentage of Total IoT Revenue
  • Connectivity IoT Revenue Year-to-Year Change
  • Connectivity IoT Gross Profit Year-to-Year Change
  • Security Software and Services IoT Revenue
  • Security Software and Services IoT Gross Profit
  • Security Software and Services IoT Gross Margin
  • Security Software and Services IoT as a Percentage of Total IoT Revenue
  • Security Software and Services IoT Revenue Year-to-Year Change
  • Security Software and Services IoT Gross Profit Year-to-Year Change

Geography

  • APAC
  • CALA
  • EMEA
  • North America

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