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Transunion's Suppliers Performance

TRU's Supply Chain

 
TRU Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Transunion's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 11.49 % year on year in Q4 2018, sequentially sales grew by 15.07 %, while their net margin rose to 19.45 % year on year, compare to previous quarter TRU's Suppliers had lower net margin at 15.07 %,

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Transunion's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 11.49 % year on year in Q4 2018, sequentially sales grew by 15.07 %, while their net margin rose to 19.45 % year on year, compare to previous quarter TRU's Suppliers had lower net margin at 15.07 %,

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Transunion's Comment on Supply Chain


Technology
The continuous operation of our information technology systems is fundamental to our business. Our information technology systems collect, refine, access, process, deliver and store the data that is used to provide our solutions. Customers connect to our systems using a number of different technologies, including secured internet connections, virtual private networks and dedicated network connections. Control and management of the technology that operates our business is critical to our success and to this end, we directly control and manage all of our technology and infrastructure. Our technology relies on several third-party best-of-breed solutions as well as proprietary software and tools which we integrate into our platforms. We control our technology and infrastructure, which allows us to prioritize any changes and control the roll-out of any upgrades or changes. We contract with various third-party providers to help us maintain and support our systems.


We have established technology Centers-of-Excellence that utilize similar tools and technology in order to provide scale and efficiency in modifying existing applications and developing new applications for our businesses. We deploy new development methodologies to enable rapid delivery of solutions and increase our speed-to-market. Our technology team includes both our own employees as well as additional resources from third-party providers.

We believe that our technology is at the core of our innovative solutions, and we have continued to invest in our technology to ensure our market leadership. We have recently made significant investments to transition our technology infrastructure to the latest big data and analytics technologies. We believe that our next-generation platform enables us to be quicker, more efficient and more cost-effective across each step of our process chain, including receiving, consolidating and updating data, implementing analytics and decisioning capabilities, creating innovative solutions, delivering those solutions to our customers and incorporating customer feedback. Our platform has significant scale and capacity and enables us to deliver high-quality solutions to our customers. Our next-generation technology infrastructure gives us the ability to organize and handle high volumes of disparate data, improves our delivery speeds, increases availability and enhances our product development capabilities, while at the same time lowering our overall cost structure.

Data Centers and Business Continuity
In order to create redundancy and increase resiliency, we utilize multiple data centers in all of our major markets. We generally employ similar technologies and infrastructures in each data center to enable the optimal sharing of technical resources across geographies.


We maintain a framework for business continuity that includes written policies requiring each business and operating unit to identify critical functions. Our businesses and operating units have processes in place that are designed to maintain such functions in case there is a disruptive event. We also have a specific disaster recovery plan that will take effect if critical infrastructure or systems fail or become disabled.


As part of our program, each business unit’s continuity plan is periodically updated and stored in a centralized database. These plans are monitored and reviewed by our compliance team. From time to time, our compliance team tests one or more of these plans using desktop exercises or in connection with actual events. We also periodically test the state of preparedness of our most critical disaster recovery procedures. We maintain systems redundancy plans for our primary U.S. data centers that allow for the transfer of capacity between geographically disbursed environments in the event there is a failure of computer hardware or a loss of our primary telecommunications lines or power sources, and are designed to recover the majority of our operational capacity in a scenario which makes either of our primary data centers inoperable.


Transunion's Comment on Supply Chain


Technology
The continuous operation of our information technology systems is fundamental to our business. Our information technology systems collect, refine, access, process, deliver and store the data that is used to provide our solutions. Customers connect to our systems using a number of different technologies, including secured internet connections, virtual private networks and dedicated network connections. Control and management of the technology that operates our business is critical to our success and to this end, we directly control and manage all of our technology and infrastructure. Our technology relies on several third-party best-of-breed solutions as well as proprietary software and tools which we integrate into our platforms. We control our technology and infrastructure, which allows us to prioritize any changes and control the roll-out of any upgrades or changes. We contract with various third-party providers to help us maintain and support our systems.


We have established technology Centers-of-Excellence that utilize similar tools and technology in order to provide scale and efficiency in modifying existing applications and developing new applications for our businesses. We deploy new development methodologies to enable rapid delivery of solutions and increase our speed-to-market. Our technology team includes both our own employees as well as additional resources from third-party providers.

We believe that our technology is at the core of our innovative solutions, and we have continued to invest in our technology to ensure our market leadership. We have recently made significant investments to transition our technology infrastructure to the latest big data and analytics technologies. We believe that our next-generation platform enables us to be quicker, more efficient and more cost-effective across each step of our process chain, including receiving, consolidating and updating data, implementing analytics and decisioning capabilities, creating innovative solutions, delivering those solutions to our customers and incorporating customer feedback. Our platform has significant scale and capacity and enables us to deliver high-quality solutions to our customers. Our next-generation technology infrastructure gives us the ability to organize and handle high volumes of disparate data, improves our delivery speeds, increases availability and enhances our product development capabilities, while at the same time lowering our overall cost structure.

Data Centers and Business Continuity
In order to create redundancy and increase resiliency, we utilize multiple data centers in all of our major markets. We generally employ similar technologies and infrastructures in each data center to enable the optimal sharing of technical resources across geographies.


We maintain a framework for business continuity that includes written policies requiring each business and operating unit to identify critical functions. Our businesses and operating units have processes in place that are designed to maintain such functions in case there is a disruptive event. We also have a specific disaster recovery plan that will take effect if critical infrastructure or systems fail or become disabled.


As part of our program, each business unit’s continuity plan is periodically updated and stored in a centralized database. These plans are monitored and reviewed by our compliance team. From time to time, our compliance team tests one or more of these plans using desktop exercises or in connection with actual events. We also periodically test the state of preparedness of our most critical disaster recovery procedures. We maintain systems redundancy plans for our primary U.S. data centers that allow for the transfer of capacity between geographically disbursed environments in the event there is a failure of computer hardware or a loss of our primary telecommunications lines or power sources, and are designed to recover the majority of our operational capacity in a scenario which makes either of our primary data centers inoperable.



TRU's Suppliers Net Income grew by TRU's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q4 to
19.45 %


Transunion's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q4 2018 by Industry

Suppliers in Professional Services Industry      5.48 %
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry      10.45 %
Suppliers in Computer Hardware Industry -3.47 %   
Suppliers in Computer Networks Industry      4.67 %
Suppliers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry      21.45 %
Suppliers in Computer processing and cloud services Industry      2.16 %
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      15.06 %
     
• TRU Suppliers Valuation • TRU Segment Rev. Growth • TRU Segment Inc. Growth • TRU Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.


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TRU's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Transunion TRU 0 2,341 464 4,200
Accenture Plc ACN 107,762 42,154 4,317 275,000
Adobe Inc. ADBE 129,019 9,030 2,591 12,499
Salesforce Com Inc CRM 127,101 11,818 762 16,000
Citrix Systems Inc CTXS 18,736 2,918 47 10,081
Google Inc. GOOG 815,731 101,774 12,920 80,110
International Business Machines Corp IBM 126,236 79,591 8,728 379,592
Microsoft Corporation MSFT 909,244 118,459 33,541 118,000
Oracle Corporation ORCL 190,869 46,819 10,749 132,000
Ptc Inc. PTC 11,277 1,299 148 5,982
Cisco Systems, Inc. CSCO 280,946 47,873 8,173 70,000
Dell Inc. DELL 0 0 0 0
Emc Corp EMC 0 0 0 70,000
F5 Networks Inc FFIV 11,848 1,522 276 4,178
Hp Inc. HPQ 31,002 58,472 5,327 302,000
NOVELL, INC. NOVL 0 0 0 0
Unisys Corp UIS 760 2,825 79 23,200
Apptio Inc APTI 1,700 225 -25 753
Attunity Ltd ATTU 493 62 -7 256
Broadvision Inc BVSN 9 5 -8 104
Isign Solutions Inc. CICI 0 1 -3 8
Cornerstone Ondemand Inc CSOD 3,132 -337 -34 1,891
Tableau Software Inc DATA 10,737 1,155 -77 3,489
Descartes Systems Group Inc DSGX 2,660 237 27 1,270
Egain Corp EGAN 272 67 0 479
Falconstor Software Inc FALC 6 19 1 81
Hubspot Inc HUBS 6,488 513 -64 2,081
Instructure Inc INST 1,585 210 -43 1,140
Jive Software, Inc. JIVE 415 204 -8 595
Liveperson Inc LPSN 1,716 250 -25 981
Mam Software Group, Inc. MAMS 104 37 4 244
Manhattan Associates Inc MANH 4,178 415 67 2,790
Mcorpcx, Inc. MCCX 1 4 0 4
Microstrategy Inc MSTR 1,661 597 87 2,216
Servicenow, Inc. NOW 33,762 425 -74 6,222
Nutanix, Inc. NTNX 7,294 1,241 -390 2,813
Paylocity Holding Corp PCTY 4,710 418 53 2,115
Progress Software Corp PRGS 1,626 397 63 1,470
Qad Inc QADA 888 331 0 1,870
Sps Commerce Inc SPSC 1,879 248 24 1,336
Square, Inc. SQ 31,086 3,298 -38 2,338
Upland Software, Inc. UPLD 820 150 -11 375
Appian Corp APPN 2,216 227 -49 705
Edgewater Technology Inc EDGW 65 102 -31 441
Internap Corp INAP 115 317 -62 503
Model N, Inc. MODN 399 123 -4 864
Adtran Inc ADTN 670 529 -19 2,060
Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd. ALPINE 0 10 0 132
Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd. ALPP 1 10 0 132
SUBTOTAL 2,881,218 536,045 87,010 1,540,400


             
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