Citrix is a provider of solutions for network, server, application, and desktop virtualization, enterprise mobility management, and file synchronization.
Citrix is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Citrix earns $390.6K per employee. There are 15 companies in the Citrix portfolio, and the first investments were made in 2007. Citrix has 15,750 followers.
Citrix’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Citrix top competitors include: AirWatch, MobileIron, Blackberry, Dropbox and Box.
Together they raised over 4.3B between their estimated 11.0K employees. Citrix employs 8,200 people and is ranked 1st out of 10 best competitors. The top ten competitors have an average of 3,172 employees.
- Website: citrix.com
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- Founded: 1989
- Est. Annual Revenue: $3.2B
- Est. Employees: 8,200
- Headquarters: 851 Cypress Creek Road Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
AirWatch is Sitrix’ main competitor. AirWatch Company was founded in 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia. AirWatch competes in the field of system software. AirWatch brings in $3.1 billion less profit than Citrix.
MobileIron is perceived as one of the largest competitors of Citrix. MobileIron is headquartered in Mountain View, California, and was founded in 2007. Like Citrix, MobileIron also competes in the application software industry. MobileIron generates 6.71% of Citrix revenue.
Blackberry is one of the main competitors of Citrix. Blackberry is a public company, which was founded in Waterloo, Ontario in 1984. Blackberry works in the telecommunications equipment industry. Blackberry has 4,553 fewer employees than Citrix.