Haystax Technology Named Top Public Safety Vendor in New Report

By Haystax, September 22, 2017 | SHARE

Haystax Technology has been designated as one of 25 key vendors in the public safety and security market by MarketsandMarkets.

The recently released report, Public Safety and Security: MicroQuadrant – 2017, presents a detailed study of the major players offering solutions in this competitive market. Vendors selected for evaluation in the report were analyzed from the perspective of their product portfolios and business strategy excellence. Specifically, the vendors were short-listed based on their solution capabilities, technology innovations, industry coverage, viability, breadth of product offering and other criteria, according to MarketsandMarkets. In addition to Haystax, other named vendors include IBM, Cisco Systems, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Harris Corp., BAE Systems, Siemens AG and OT-Morpho.

“We work closely with our public safety and security customers to ensure our solutions solve the critical challenges they face every day. The companies mentioned in this report represent an amazing array of solutions and we’re honored to be included,” said Chriss Knisley, Chief Product Officer at Haystax. “This demonstrates the flexibility and strength of our Constellation Analytics Platform™, which prioritizes critical risk signals and minimizes insignificant noise, so organizations can better protect their systems, data, facilities and people.”

The MicroQuadrant methodology consisted of extensive research to identify a list of public safety and security vendors. Once that list was narrowed to the top 25, MarketsandMarkets interviewed key opinion leaders, subject matter experts, directors and C-level executives of selected public safety and security vendors to obtain and verify critical qualitative and quantitative information.

The study covers a wide swath of the public safety and security market – including critical communications networks, C2/C4ISR systems, biometric security and authentication systems, surveillance systems, scanning and screening systems, emergency and disaster management, cyber security, public address and general alarm, and backup and recovery systems. The research is intended to help stakeholders such as public safety and security vendors, technology partners, system integrators, consultants, distributors and value-added resellers to develop business strategies and make decisions on the deployment of ‘customer self-service solutions.’

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