New York, NY, March 25, 2014 - IT Central Station, the leading product review site for enterprise technology professionals, today announced that it has launched the Comparison Wheel for over 2,000 enterprise technology products and services, based on crowdsourced data. Each comparison wheel provides insights into alternative solutions based on over 34,000 real user comparisons performed at the IT Central Station website since October 2013. The Comparison Wheel is updated in real-time and represents the most up to date snapshot of what other real enterprise users are considering when selecting vendors.
The Comparison Wheel is available immediately for enterprise solutions in categories such as Big Data, cloud, mobile, security, networking, storage, CRM, marketing software, business apps, and many more. For example, the Microstrategy Comparison Wheel shows the most actively compared solutions in the business intelligence market including IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, QlikView, and many more.
“IT Central Station is an invaluable source for us to get opinions from other enterprise users, in a trusted environment,” said Diane Schwarz, Chief Technical Officer at Textron (NYSE:TXT) a multi-industry company with annual revenues of $12 billion, and over 33,000 employees. “The Comparison Wheel, in addition to the validated product reviews and peer connections, will help us make the best technology purchasing decisions for our needs.”
“Our mission is to become the primary resource that enterprises use when making technology buying decisions,” said Russell Rothstein, Co-Founder and CEO of IT Central Station.
Use of the Comparison Wheel is free and is available immediately at www.ITCentralStation.com.
About IT Central Station
IT Central Station is revolutionizing the enterprise technology buying process through the power of crowdsourced knowledge, online product reviews and social networking. The company has been called an "innovative platform at the forefront of the new social buying process" by IDC, one of the "top 3 highlights for B2B tech social marketing" by Forrester Research, and the "Yelp for Enterprise Tech" by the Wall Street Journal. IT Central Station reaches over 22 million tech buyers who access and share unbiased product information and tap into a community of other real users in order to make the best buying decision. For more information, visit www.ITCentralStation.com.
Thursday March 20, 2014