What is the Qviro's Quadrant?
The Qviro's Quadrant scores brands, in specific categories such as the cobot category as show on the left, based on reviews collected from the user community on Qviro.
Use Qviro’s Quadrant as you take the first steps into understanding technological providers for consideration for your specific investments.
Qviro's Quadrant illustrates a graphical representation positioning of four categories of technological providers. This is in respect to market challengers, market leaders, niche players and high performers.
Qviro ensures that the reviews that are shown on the product pages are advantageous to buyers and also sellers.
It should be taken into account that focusing on the leader’s quadrant is not always the ideal approach. There are an array of reasons to consider market challengers, for example, a market challenger may support your needs better than a market leader.
How to read Qviro’s Quadrant:
Qviro’s Quadrant illustrates a graphical representation positioning of four categories of technological providers. This is in respect to market challengers, market leaders, niche players and high performers.
Let’s break these four categories down.
Market challengers is defined by how a technological provider executes relatively well in today’s market or dominates a rather large segment in the market.
Market leaders are technological providers that have the market share and credibility that allows them to execute relatively well and are well positioned for the market.
Niche players are technological providers who successfully target and focus on small segments of the market. These players tend to focus on specific functionalities, or a specific region or are possibly a new business.
High potentials are technological providers that consistently exceed expectations and tend to be go-to brands for difficult projects because they have a track record of getting the job done.
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