Citrix Among Cloud Top 500

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Citrix Strengths, Domain Expertise, and Key Differentiators

Ditching its virtualization and thin client connectivity positioning, Citrix is all about digital workspace. As employees behave more like digital nomads, digital workspace has evolved to cover solutions that deliver unified cloud services to users anywhere for conducting critical business processes around the clock with uncompromising online protection, transformational network infrastructure and purpose-built work experience.

Citrix plays in all three areas including security, networking and digitized work experience – mostly through file sharing and content collaboration. Packaging all those services in an easy to use and administer format, Citrix aims to leapfrog competition with additional features in apps streaming, built-in analytics, and secure access to documents, rich media and other data assets deemed essential to keep every employee informed, connected and engaged irrespective of their physical location.

Citrix joins a growing list of vendors touting digital workspace offerings as the key to improve team collaboration and employee productivity, Citrix benefits from its legacy of supporting remote workers as well as its ability to tap into new opportunities like contact center as a service and software-defined wide-area networking, all of which are reshaping how big companies manage their digital and human assets, which are becoming more interchangeable as increased mobility is fundamentally reshaping businesses and work lives.

Citrix Recent Developments

As governments around the world ease their lockdowns, businesses must decide how, when and if to return their employees to offices. And Citrix is leveraging its decades of experience in delivering flexible work solutions to help organizations of all sizes across industries do it. The company announced the availability of a new back-to-office solution built on Citrix Workspace that its customers and partners can use to safely transition employees back to offices, enhance their experience and wellbeing and enable them to efficiently adapt to the new world of work. With Citrix Workspace, companies can provide a consistent work experience that allows employees to perform at their best while addressing safety and health in the office environment. Leveraging new back-to-office microapp capabilities within the workspace, organizations can manage vital tasks associated with re-opening offices across HR, legal, facilities and IT.

Citrix Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Activities

In March 2021, Citrix acquired Wrike, a provider of SaaS collaborative work management solutions, for approximately $2.25 billion in cash. Wrike provides software-as-a-service platform that enables teams to track the progress of projects they’re working on. The company also provides various productivity features, such as file sharing tools, to help workers perform the projects they’re tracking using its platform more efficiently.

In 2018, Citrix announced the acquisition of Sapho, which offers an enterprise “micro app” platform, for approximately $200 million. Sapho has roughly 20 customers and about 100 employees, most of whom are joining Citrix. Earlier, the same year, Citrix Acquired Internet Traffic Management Leader Cedexis to Optimize App and Content Performance in Hybrid-Multi-Cloud World.

Citrix Customers in ARTW Customer Database

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Citrix Key Enterprise and Cloud Applications

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Citrix Customers - Breakdown by Geo, Size, Vertical and Product

List of Verified Citrix Customers

No. of Citrix Customers: 400000

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Citrix products are in use at more than 400,000 organizations and by over 100 million users globally. Among Citrix customers are: Jordan Kuwait Bank, Altamaha, Contegix, DBR360, Health Choice Network, IDC Frontier, Magic Cloud, Telus, University College London, WAGO, and others.

Citrix Market Opportunities, M&A and Geo Expansions

The acquisition of Wrike will create opportunities for Citrix’s salesforce to cross-sell Wrike’s platform to the business teams of firms whose IT departments use its desktop virtualization products. Likewise, Citrix can pitch its IT software to customers of Wrike’s project management platform. Wrike is used by Google LLC and tens of thousands of other companies. The most immediate impact will be the addition of Wrike’s more than $140 million in annual recurring revenue, which rose at a compound annual growth rate of about 30% over the last two years.

As 5G rollout is kicking into high gears over the next few years, opportunities for next-generation digital workspace deployment will proliferate. Citrix is expected to contribute heavily to such new markets as contact center as a service, blockchain as identity and industry-specific digital workspaces. Citrix can also take comfort in the fact that the current setup for remote workers or distributed project teams is woefully inadequate as it is riddled with security loopholes and content access challenges that prevent seamless collaboration from happening. That results in a hodgepodge of stopgap measures like popular messaging tools like Slack trying to dethrone email. Citrix’s laser focus on digital workspace should give it a leg up over others that position their offerings simply as an extension of their Cloud infrastructure or a reincarnation of their legacy networking or portal business.

Citrix Risks and Challenges

The pandemic-induced challenges for many enterprises to enable their employees to work from home have opened up the floodgate for Citrix's digital workspace offerings. The question is how Citrix will manage these new and emerging opportunities and if it has all the moving parts from SD-WAN to the latest security components including next-generation firewalls and data loss prevention as companies need to rethink their WFH strategies as the future of work requirements continue to evolve. Demand for Citrix's digital workspace will increase, and the bar for Citrix to meet customer expectations will raise as well in the post-pandemic era.

Citrix Ecosystem, Partners, Resellers and SI

To drive business continuity and growth, organizations will need to embrace more flexible work models that accommodate these new priorities. Citrix and Microsoft are joining forces to reimagine this new, flexible workplace. Employees need a consistent experience and seamless access to the applications and insights vital to doing their best work wherever work needs to get done. To address this challenge, the technology leaders announced they will partner to help organizations accelerate the move to the cloud and speed adoption of digital workspaces and virtual desktops.

The multi-year agreement builds upon and expands one of the industry’s longest strategic partnerships. Under the terms of the deal, Microsoft will select Citrix Workspace as a preferred digital workspace solution, and Citrix will select Microsoft Azure as a preferred cloud platform to move existing on-premises Citrix customers to Microsoft Azure and enable people to work anywhere across devices.

Citrix and Microsoft will provide joint tools and services to simplify and speed the transition of on-premises Citrix customers to Microsoft Azure. The companies will also devise a connected roadmap to enable a consistent and optimal flexible work experience that will include joint offerings comprised of Citrix Workspace, Citrix SD-WAN, Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 sold through their direct sales forces via the Azure Marketplace and a robust community of channel partners. Microsoft will lead sales with Citrix Cloud to move existing on-premises Citrix customers to Azure.

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