360Quadrants is the only comparison platform that combines expert analysis and crowdsourced insights.
360Quadrants synthesizes inputs from four key stakeholders i.e. experts, buyers, vendors and analysts to identify product capabilities in detail, which help businesses make informed partnering decisions. Our product comparisons provide users with detailed insights into product features, corporate maturity, strategic capabilities and much more. Input from multiple stakeholders makes us a source of unbiased information and insights, which eases the buying process for the businesses.
360 Quadrants enables you to do following:
- Buyers: simplify and de-risk complex purchase decisions
- Vendors: positioning to win their ideal new customers
- Experts: grow their personal brand
360Quadrants covers emerging technologies and provides you with relative positioning of vendors and products. It gathers reviews that influences the scores which are used to position the company on the Quadrant. Companies are positioned as Visionary leaders, Innovators, Dynamic differentiators and Emerging companies on the Quadrant.
Our vision is to become an unbiased and authoritative source of insights into software products and services from vendors around the world, insights that lead to better buying decisions.
Our Scoring Methodology
All vendors on our platform are rated on basis of six maturities, which include:
- product maturity,
- strategy maturity,
- use-case maturity,
- investment maturity,
- technology maturity and
- business outcome maturity
These maturities are created from a combination of various preferred buying criteria such as coverage of use-cases, breadth of features, geographical coverage and many others.
Visionary leaders: Vendors who fall into this category receive high scores for most of the evaluation criteria. They have strong and established product portfolios and a very strong market presence. They provide mature and reputable data integration tools and have strong business strategies.
Innovators: Innovators are the vendors who have demonstrated substantial product innovations as compared to their competitors. They have very focused product portfolios. However, they do not have very strong growth strategies for their overall businesses.
Dynamic differentiators: They are established vendors with very strong business strategies. However, they offer less products in the market. They focus on a specific type of technology related to the product.
Emerging companies: The emerging players specialize in offering highly niche solutions and services. They do not have strong business strategies as compared to the established vendors.
Engagement with analysts
For deeper insights and direct engagements, we also facilitate connections with more than 800 analysts, who have expertise on a wide range of topics. Please use the contact us page to discuss this further.