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Vidyard

By Vidyard
  • #13 Software in Online Video Platforms
  • Vidyard market share is 0.08% with more than 5861 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 5,261,510 contacts that are using Vidyard , including Microsoft IBM Accenture

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    ABOUT VIDYARD

    Vidyard is a video marketing platform enabling customers to derive information on viewer-behavior for marketing automation systems and CRM. Going beyond video hosting and management, Vidyard helps businesses drive greater engagement in their video content, track the viewing activities of each individual viewer, and turn those views into actions.

    Top industries using this technology

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
    5,678,021
    78.85%
    1,240,491
    17.23%
    86,444
    1.20%
    51,947
    0.72%
    19,900
    0.28%
    18,761
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    15,710
    0.22%
    14,655
    0.20%
    13,860
    0.19%
    10,625
    0.15%
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    What is Vidyard and what is used for?

    Vidyard is a video marketing platform enabling customers to derive information on viewer-behavior for marketing automation systems and CRM. Going beyond video hosting and management, Vidyard helps businesses drive greater engagement in their video content, track the viewing activities of each individual viewer, and turn those views into actions.

    Which software are similar or alternative to Vidyard

    YouTube is one of the most well-known alternatives to Vidyard

    Who uses Vidyard?

    5861 companies reportedly use Vidyard in their tech stacks, including Microsoft, IBM, Accenture