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Global 100 Software Leaders by revenue
Analysing the changes between the current Global 100 Software Leaders and the previous ranking, published in 2014, indicates just how dynamic the market is. Both lists were compiled for PwC by International Data Corp. (IDC).
Fourteen companies fell off the current list, which means 14 are new. A churn of 28 seems like quite a bit in just two years. Four of the 14 companies that fell off the list were acquired, and one (Compuware) split into two companies.
Actually, it’s fairly easy to fall off the list. Of the bottom 12 in the previous list, 10 are gone.
SaaS revenues of Top 50 software companies
The current Global 100 Software Leaders also ranks software-as-a-service (SaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) revenue for the top 50 companies, and the percentage each segment comprises of overall software revenue. Among the top 20 companies, the list of SaaS standouts includes:
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