Gartner Middleware Market Share report shows IBM as #1 for 14th year in a row


indexIBM share of application infrastructure and middleware market share is 29.1 percent, extending the company’s leadership position for the 14th year in a row and outpacing the competition by more than two times, according to Gartner based on total worldwide revenue for 2014 (read the IBM press release or read summary of the report on the Gartner site or purchase the full report). The worldwide application infrastructure and middleware software market grew 8.8 percent to $23.8 billion, according to Gartner.

Worldwide Vendor Revenue for Total AIM Software, 2014 (Millions of Dollars)

Company

2014 Revenue

2014 Market

Share (%)

2013 Revenue

2013 Market

Share (%)

2013-2014

Growth (%)

IBM

6,926

29.1

6,529

29.8

6.1

Oracle

3,291

13.8

3,244

14.8

1.5

Microsoft

1,166

4.9

1,123

5.1

3.8

Salesforce

740

3.1

477

2.2

55.2

Software AG

545

2.3

581

2.7

-6.3

Others

11,136

46.8

9,922

45.4

12.2

Total

23,804

100.0

21,876

100.0

8.8

Source: Gartner (April 2015)

IBM leads in nine of the 12 application infrastructure and middleware markets. Here are few highlights:

  • IBM is ranked #1 in Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) software with 28.5 percent share, nearly three times that of its closest competitor.
  • IBM is ranked #1 in Message Oriented Middleware with 75 percent share, more than 10 times its closest competitor.
  • IBM is ranked #1 in Enterprise Service Bus Suites with 29 percent share.
  • IBM is ranked #1 in Managed File Transfer Suites with 31.3 percent share.
  • IBM is ranked #1 in Application Development for the 13th consecutive year.
  • IBM is ranked #1 in Mobile Application Development software with 15.2 percent share and growing six points faster than the market.
  • IBM is ranked #1 in Transaction Processing Middleware with 85 percent share.


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