We have data on 59 companies that use Acalog. The companies using Acalog are most often found in United States and in the Higher Education industry. Acalog is most often used by companies with 1000-5000 employees and 50M-100M dollars in revenue. Our data for Acalog usage goes back as far as 3 years and 2 months.
|Company||University of Saint Joseph|
|Company||University of Houston|
|Company||Mansfield University of Pennsylvania|
|Company||Coppin State University|
|University of Saint Joseph||usj.edu||United States||50M-100M||500-1000|
|University of Houston||uh.edu||United States||200M-1000M||>10000|
|Seattle University||seattleu.edu||United States||200M-1000M||1000-5000|
|Mansfield University of Pennsylvania||mansfield.edu||United States||10M-50M||500-1000|
|Coppin State University||coppin.edu||United States||50M-100M||500-1000|
We use the best indexing techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 15,000 technology products, including Product Information Management. By scanning billions of public documents, we are able to collect deep insights on every company, with over 100 data fields per company at an average. In the Product Information Management category, Acalog has a market share of about 0.6%. Other major and competing products in this category include:
Acalog is a responsive and integrated Catalog Management software for educational instituitions that connects websites and campus systems through the catalog. It integrates with exiting SIS (Student information system) and embed a responsive catalog into institution's websites for increased data accuracy across campus systems and student success.
Looking at Acalog customers by industry, we find that Higher Education (90%) is the largest segment.
97% of Acalog customers are in United States.
Of all the customers that are using Acalog, 0% are small (<50 employees), 41% are medium-sized and 49% are large (>1000 employees).
Of all the customers that are using Acalog, a majority (57%) are medium-sized, 24% are large (>$1000M) and 11 are small (<$50M).