Zoom Video Communications Strengths, Domain Expertise, and Key Differentiators
Zoom Video connects people through frictionless video, voice, chat and content sharing and enables face-to-face video experiences for thousands of people in a single meeting across disparate devices and locations.
Zoom Video Communications Recent Developments
In June 2021, Zoom has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Karlsruhe Information Technology Solutions - Kites GmbH (“Kites”), a start-up dedicated to developing real-time Machine Translation (“MT”) solutions. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Kites’ talented team of 12 research scientists will help Zoom’s engineering team advance the field of MT to improve meeting productivity and efficiency by providing multi-language translation capabilities for Zoom users.
Zoom Video Communications Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Activities
In May 2020, Zoom acquired Keybase, a secure messaging and file-sharing service. The acquisition of this exceptional team of security and encryption engineers will accelerate Zoom’s plan to build end-to-end encryption that can reach the current Zoom scalability.
Zoom Video Communications Customers in ARTW Customer Database
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Zoom Video Communications Overview
Ownership: - NASDAQ: ZM
Number of Employees: 4422
Key Verticals: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Banking and Financial Services, Communications, Construction and Real Estate, Consumer Packaged Goods, Distribution, Education, Government, Healthcare, Insurance, Leisure and Hospitality, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Media, Non Profit, Oil, Gas and Chemicals, Professional Services, Retail, Transportation, Utilites,
Zoom Video Communications Key Enterprise and Cloud Applications
Zoom Video Communications
Zoom Video Communications Revenues, $M:
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** All revenue figures are estimates based on public records, Cloud and Non-Cloud business models in Apps Run The World's vendor database, and annual survey results including vendor feedback.
Zoom Video Communications Revenue Breakdown By Type, $M:
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Zoom Video Communications Enterprise Applications Revenues By Functional Markets, $M:
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Zoom Video Communications Direct vs Indirect sales
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Zoom Video Communications Customers - Breakdown by Geo, Size, Vertical and Product
No. of Zoom Video Communications Customers: 512100
No. of Zoom Video Communications Enterprise Applications Customers: 512100
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Zoom Video has thousands of customers of all sizes across industry verticals and geographies. Zoom Video has customers in over 180 countries, and 80% of its revenue in the fiscal year ended 31 January 2020, was generated from customers in America, and 20% was from customers in APAC and EMEA.
Among Its customers are: VMware, Uber, Workday, ServiceNow, Splunk, Zuora, University of San Francisco, Kansas State University, Lucidchart, University of Washington, Columbia Business School, SONOS, The University of Arizona, and many others.
In fiscal 2018, Zoom Video established a physical sales presence in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Additionally, as of January 31, 2019, Zoom has 18 sales offices globally., and plan to add local sales support to further select international markets over time. Zoom Video also operates research and development centers in China, employing over 500 employees.
Zoom Video Communications Market Opportunities, M&A and Geo Expansions
In August 2020, Zoom unveiled the general availability of its Zoom Phone cloud phone service in 25 additional countries and territories, as well as a new, drastically simplified telephone service plan for companies with locations across the globe. Zoom now provides local telephone service and domestic calling in over 40 countries and territories around the world. The new countries and territories where Zoom Phone supports local phone numbers are: Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong SAR, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Mexico, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, and Slovenia. This expanded geographic coverage allows Zoom customers to migrate away from their legacy phone systems and consolidate business communications into Zoom’s video-first unified communications platform.
In March 2019, Zoom filed to go public on the NASDAQ and in April the company went public, with shares up more than 72% with an Initial public offering of $36 a share.
In March 2019, Zoom Video Communications unveiled new integrations and features for Zoom Phone, Zoom Rooms, and Zoom Meetings, all core services of its video-first unified communications platform. Zoom brings together video, voice, content sharing, and chat across all devices and workspaces in a single cloud platform that is easy to deploy, manage, and use. With over 200 product enhancements a year, Zoom is highly focused on innovation.
Zoom Video Communications Risks and Challenges
Beginning in early 2020, Zoom's software usage saw a remarkable global increase after quarantine measures were adopted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It's software products have faced public and media scrutiny related to security and privacy issues. Shares of Zoom closed down 14.71% in 2021 after the video-chat company warned investors of a revenue growth slowdown, leading Wall Street firms to cut price targets on the stock. Zoom was one of the pandemic darlings, going from a relative niche business software segment to a household product. Millions of people used the company’s tech over the past nearly two years in order to keep up with school, work or socializing. But growth is slowing as people return to work and school.
Zoom Video Communications Ecosystem, Partners, Resellers and SI
In August 2020, Zoom has realised the general availability of its Zoom Phone cloud phone service in 25 additional countries and territories, as well as a new, drastically simplified telephone service plan for companies with locations across the globe. Zoom now provides local telephone service and domestic calling in over 40 countries and territories around the world. The new countries and territories where Zoom Phone supports local phone numbers are Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong SAR, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Mexico, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, and Slovenia. This expanded geographic coverage allows Zoom customers to migrate away from their legacy phone systems and consolidate business communications into Zoom’s video-first unified communications platform.
In July 2020, Zoom Video Communications, Inchas launch Zoom Hardware as a Service (HaaS). Zoom HaaS will make Zoom Rooms and Zoom Phone more accessible by minimizing friction around hardware procurement. Customers can choose from a variety of solutions from leading hardware manufacturers DTEN, Neat, Poly, and Yealink.
With Zoom HaaS, customers can deploy a world-class communications experience with a variety of subscription options for phone and meeting room hardware. Zoom customers can scale video conference rooms and phones with budget-friendly hardware options and simple technology upgrades at an affordable, fixed monthly price. HaaS gives enterprises the same flexibility in their hardware as they have in their Zoom software.
In July 2020, Formula 1 and Zoom partnered to deliver the first-ever virtual Paddock Club experience. The video-first unified communications platform, which set a new business record in April 2020 by reaching over 300 million daily meeting participants, is working with F1 to provide new business opportunities through unique, live-sport experiences. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the first eight races were without the traditional in-person hospitality offerings. Hospitality is a key component of the F1 experience, so the companies partnered to create a bespoke virtual hospitality experience for guests.
In June 2020, Zoom and Claflin University unveiled a commitment to a five-year strategic partnership. The video communications provider and Historically Black University have developed a multifaceted foundational program that represents $1.2M in educational and financial investments. Program components include: Internships, Scholarships, Curricula Partnership, Board of Trustees, Faculty & Student Advisory, and General Operating Fund & Alumni Engagement.
In October 2018, Zoom Video partnered with Dropbox, a global collaboration platform company, which involves the development of technology enabling integrated workflows for users between Zoom Video's platform and the Dropbox platform, as well as a strategic partnership with Atlassian, a collaboration software company, which involves the development of technology enabling integrated workflows for users between Zoom Video's platform and Atlassian’s Jira Ops and Jira Service Desk products.
Among Zoom Video partners are: AMX by Harman, SHURE, Heckler Design, Lumens, Dropbox, DTEN, Nutanix, Logitech, Urben, Crestron, Extron, MXL, SUIRUI, Atlona, IBM Watson Workspace, Huddly, AISense, Jabra, Poly and many others.
Zoom Video Communications Cloud Infrastructure Insights
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