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Red Hat Inc's Suppliers Performance

RHT's Supply Chain

 
RHT Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Red Hat Inc's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 7.31 % year on year in Q1 2019, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -1.37 %, Red Hat Inc's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 6.76 % in Q1.

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Red Hat Inc's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 7.31 % year on year in Q1 2019, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -1.37 %, Red Hat Inc recorded increase in cost of sales by 17.65 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 6.76 % in Q1.

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Red Hat Inc's Comment on Supply Chain


The open source software development model allows us to use the collective input, resources and knowledge of global communities of contributors who collaborate to develop, maintain and enhance software.

We develop our enterprise offerings by working with these open source development communities, often in a leadership role. Red Hat sponsors a number of open source communities, including the Fedora Project, GlusterFS, the JBoss community projects and OpenShift Origin. We are also an active participant in other communities such as OpenStack. Our role helps us to benefit from the efforts of these communities, which we believe allows us to reduce both development cost and time and enhance acceptance and support of our offerings and technologies. Additionally, the open and transparent nature of these communities provides our customers and potential customers with access and insights into, and the ability to influence, the future direction of our enterprise offerings.

Under the open source licensing model, a software developer distributes the human-readable source code version of the software under an open source license, such as the GNU General Public License (“GPL”) or GNU Lesser General Public License. Open source licenses provide relatively broad rights for recipients of the software to use, copy, modify and redistribute the software. These rights afford significant latitude for recipients to inspect, suggest changes, customize or enhance the software.

The open source model provides an inherent level of transparency and choice that contrasts with the proprietary software model. Under the proprietary software model, a software vendor generally develops the software itself or acquires components from other vendors, without the input from a wider community of participants. The vendor generally licenses to the user only the machine-readable binary (or object) code version of the software, with no or limited rights to copy, modify or redistribute the software, and does not make the underlying source code available to the user or other developers. Moreover, peer review and collaborative enhancements are more difficult because of the lack of access to the source code.
The growth of the Internet has greatly increased the scale and efficiency of open source software development through the availability of collaborative technologies, such as email lists, code repositories and websites. These technologies have enabled a global community of developers to collaborate on more complex open source projects, many of which are commercially funded.

We believe that open source software is a viable and arguably superior alternative to traditional proprietary software for the enterprise customer. Open source software, as compared to proprietary software, offers a number of benefits, including:


enabling an enterprise customer’s in-house development team to collaborate and innovate with a global community of independent developers and testers;

providing an enterprise customer’s in-house development team access to both binary and source code, and broader rights to copy, modify and redistribute the software;

offering an enterprise customer greater flexibility through open rather than proprietary protocols and formats;

permitting an enterprise customer ongoing access to improvements made to the software that are distributed by others; and

allowing an enterprise customer to inspect and help diagnose problems more easily and customize the software to suit its particular needs.


Red Hat Inc's Comment on Supply Chain


The open source software development model allows us to use the collective input, resources and knowledge of global communities of contributors who collaborate to develop, maintain and enhance software.

We develop our enterprise offerings by working with these open source development communities, often in a leadership role. Red Hat sponsors a number of open source communities, including the Fedora Project, GlusterFS, the JBoss community projects and OpenShift Origin. We are also an active participant in other communities such as OpenStack. Our role helps us to benefit from the efforts of these communities, which we believe allows us to reduce both development cost and time and enhance acceptance and support of our offerings and technologies. Additionally, the open and transparent nature of these communities provides our customers and potential customers with access and insights into, and the ability to influence, the future direction of our enterprise offerings.

Under the open source licensing model, a software developer distributes the human-readable source code version of the software under an open source license, such as the GNU General Public License (“GPL”) or GNU Lesser General Public License. Open source licenses provide relatively broad rights for recipients of the software to use, copy, modify and redistribute the software. These rights afford significant latitude for recipients to inspect, suggest changes, customize or enhance the software.

The open source model provides an inherent level of transparency and choice that contrasts with the proprietary software model. Under the proprietary software model, a software vendor generally develops the software itself or acquires components from other vendors, without the input from a wider community of participants. The vendor generally licenses to the user only the machine-readable binary (or object) code version of the software, with no or limited rights to copy, modify or redistribute the software, and does not make the underlying source code available to the user or other developers. Moreover, peer review and collaborative enhancements are more difficult because of the lack of access to the source code.
The growth of the Internet has greatly increased the scale and efficiency of open source software development through the availability of collaborative technologies, such as email lists, code repositories and websites. These technologies have enabled a global community of developers to collaborate on more complex open source projects, many of which are commercially funded.

We believe that open source software is a viable and arguably superior alternative to traditional proprietary software for the enterprise customer. Open source software, as compared to proprietary software, offers a number of benefits, including:


enabling an enterprise customer’s in-house development team to collaborate and innovate with a global community of independent developers and testers;

providing an enterprise customer’s in-house development team access to both binary and source code, and broader rights to copy, modify and redistribute the software;

offering an enterprise customer greater flexibility through open rather than proprietary protocols and formats;

permitting an enterprise customer ongoing access to improvements made to the software that are distributed by others; and

allowing an enterprise customer to inspect and help diagnose problems more easily and customize the software to suit its particular needs.



RHT's Suppliers Net Income grew by RHT's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q1 to
10.62 % 6.78 %


Red Hat Inc's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q1 2019 by Industry

Suppliers in Professional Services Industry      5.65 %
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry  
Suppliers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry -3.31 %   
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      11.56 %
     
• RHT Suppliers Valuation • RHT Segment Rev. Growth • RHT Segment Inc. Growth • RHT Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





RHT's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Red Hat Inc RHT 34,140 3,362 434 7,300
Akamai Technologies Inc AKAM 13,013 2,752 352 2,457
Logmein, Inc. LOGM 3,596 1,232 36 2,760
Liveperson Inc LPSN 1,663 258 -41 981
Qumu Corp QUMU 30 26 -13 121
Smith Micro Software, Inc. SMSI 95 29 0 161
Synacor, Inc. SYNC 64 143 -7 320
Voip-pal.com Inc VPLM 37 0 -8 1
Worlds Inc WDDD 18 0 2 1
SUBTOTAL 18,517 4,441 320 6,802


             
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