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HDP Sales vs. its Competitors Q2 2018

Comparing the results to its competitors, Hortonworks Inc reported Total Revenue increase in the 2 quarter 2018 by 39.64 % year on year.
The sales growth was above Hortonworks Inc's competitors average revenue growth of 12.5 %, recorded in the same quarter.

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Net Income Comparison

Hortonworks, Inc. recorded net loss , despite income increase by most of its competitors of 26.39 %

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Hortonworks Inc's Comment on Competitors and Industry Peers

Within the Enterprise Hadoop market, we compete against a variety of large software and infrastructure vendors, smaller specialized companies and custom development efforts. Our principal competitors in this market include pure play Hadoop distribution vendors such as Cloudera Inc. (“Cloudera”) and MapR Technologies, Inc. (“MapR”), enterprise software and infrastructure vendors that offer Hadoop distributions such as Oracle Corporation (“Oracle”), as well as cloud computing vendors that offer big data processing services such as Amazon.

Within the broader big data market, an Enterprise Hadoop solution may compete for workloads against traditional data warehouse solutions from large vendors such as Teradata, Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, SAP and Dell EMC, and non-relational NoSQL databases from pure play vendors such as MongoDB, Inc. (“MongoDB”) and DataStax, Inc. (“DataStax”). Because Enterprise Hadoop is commonly integrated with traditional data warehouses, such as our partnerships with Teradata and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and NoSQL databases, such as our partnership with DataStax, this category of vendors and solutions comprises a set of key partners who may compete with us in certain instances while partnering with us in others.

We believe the principal competitive factors in the Enterprise Hadoop and big data markets for our solutions are as follows:

name and reputation of the vendor or competitive offering;

ability to adapt development, sales, marketing and support to the open source software model;

product price, performance, scalability, reliability, functionality and ease of use;

value of support subscription offerings and quality of support and professional services;

strategic alliances with major enterprise software and infrastructure providers;

availability of third-party solutions that are integrated with and compatible with the technology;

number of Global 2000 reference accounts;

ability to provide a credible and actionable roadmap for the technology;

ability to quickly diagnose software issues and provide patches and other solutions;

strength of the vendor’s relationships and reputation in the open source community; and

employment of open source technology core committers and innovators.

We believe that we generally compete favorably on the basis of the foregoing factors.

The traditional barriers to entry that are found in the proprietary software model do not characterize the open source software model. For example, the financial and legal barriers to creating a new Hadoop distribution are relatively low because the software components typically included in Hadoop distributions are publicly available under open source licenses that permit copying, modification and redistribution. However, while anyone can use, copy, modify and redistribute HDP, HDF or other of our offerings, the technical skills, knowledge and capability of our team of committers provides a point of differentiation in the marketplace. Furthermore, others are not permitted to refer to the product using the trademarked “Hortonworks” name or other proprietary marks unless they have a formal business relationship with us that allows such references.

Some of our actual and potential competitors have advantages over us, such as longer operating histories, significantly greater financial, technical, marketing or other resources, stronger brand and business user recognition, larger intellectual property portfolios and broader global distribution and presence. In addition, our industry is evolving rapidly and is becoming increasingly competitive. Larger and more established companies may focus on operational intelligence and could directly compete with us. Smaller companies could also launch new products and services that we do not offer and that could gain market acceptance quickly.


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Competitiveness By Company's Divisions


Total Segment Market Share Q2 2018

Strong sales growth of 39.64 % in Total segment contributed to Hortonworks, Inc. increase in total revenue by 39.64 %

Hortonworks, Inc. improved its market share in this segment, to approximate 5.84 %.

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HDP's vs. Competition, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)

Hortonworks, Inc. HDP 1,911 309 -177 1,175
Aci Worldwide, Inc. ACIW 3,294 996 3 3,979
Accenture Plc ACN 114,025 40,602 4,149 275,000
American Software Inc AMSWA 364 113 11 372
Astea International Inc. ATEA 20 27 1 171
Aspen Technology Inc AZPN 7,715 504 167 1,419
Cerner Corp CERN 21,288 5,250 843 15,800
Computer Programs & Systems Inc CPSI 370 284 -14 2,000
Salesforce Com Inc CRM 120,372 11,818 762 16,000
Convergys Corp. CVG 2,420 2,701 87 0
Dell Inc. DELL 0 0 0 0
Duo World Inc DUUO 26 1 -6 100
Emc Corp EMC 0 0 0 70,000
Bottomline Technologies Inc EPAY 2,957 394 9 1,600
Evolving Systems Inc EVOL 27 31 2 314
First Data Corp FDC 24,241 10,956 1,878 0
Hp Inc. HPQ 41,793 57,033 4,536 302,000
Hubspot Inc HUBS 5,701 441 -56 2,081
International Business Machines Corp IBM 139,151 80,770 5,755 379,592
Ifan Financial, Inc. IFAN 0 0 0 1
Iron Mountain Inc IRM 10,291 4,060 184 20,000
Kallo Inc. KALO 45 0 -7 4
Lans Holdings, Inc. LAHO 0 0 -8 2
Leidos Holdings, Inc. LDOS 10,687 9,991 439 19,000
Mcorpcx, Inc. MCCX 4 4 0 4
Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. MDRX 2,588 2,006 43 8,900
Medical Information Technology, Inc. MITII 0 500 64 3,700
Microsoft Corporation MSFT 899,569 110,360 16,571 118,000
Medical Transcription Billing, Corp MTBC 55 33 -1 1,700
Ncr Corp NCR 3,439 6,499 -49 30,200
Net Element, Inc. NETE 21 79 -8 97
Oracle Corporation ORCL 204,349 39,024 3,880 132,000
Ptc Inc. PTC 12,110 1,236 56 5,982
SAIC, Inc. SAI 0 0 0 0
Teradata Corp TDC 4,704 2,202 -64 10,800
Unisys Corp UIS 1,113 2,787 49 23,200
Willdan Group, Inc. WLDN 282 248 12 637
SUBTOTAL 1,634,930 391,260 39,113 1,445,830

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