Nlyte Named As A Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant

Mark Gaydos

Posted 10.18.16 in Announcements by Mark Gaydos

The Nlyte team is excited to announce that for the third consecutive year, Nlyte has been placed in the Leaders quadrant of the Gartner Magic Quadrant.

This year we are especially proud and grateful to have achieved the highest placement for ability to execute and the furthest placement for completeness of vision in a very competitive field. For more information, visit

First, we’d like to thank our loyal customers. Literally, we have the best customers in the world. Their trust and continued contributions to our growth and to the development of our software remains invaluable. We appreciate that our customers continue to challenge us to keep improving the Nlyte Solution. We want to thank them for helping drive our software solutions and for their willingness to share Nlyte’s value proposition with their colleagues.

Next, we’d like to acknowledge the Gartner analysts and staff for spending so much time and effort examining and evaluating submissions. There is a great deal of information that must be deciphered and evaluated in generating a Magic Quadrant — and we truly appreciate the deep dive.

And last, but certainly not least, we’d like to thank everyone on the Nlyte Team. This year’s addition of the FieldView Solutions’ Family into the fold has made a huge difference in our standing in the DCIM space. Thanks to all the members of the Nlyte family – from the Engineers and Sales Team, to the Administrative Staff and Developers – all over the world. Your passion in our product, our company and in each other reflects in our continued successes.  Each of you contributed and should take pride in and celebrate today’s recognition.

We couldn’t have achieved our leadership position without everyone’s contributions!!

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