CONCORD, N.H. -- Bradford Networks, a leading provider of comprehensive network access control (NAC) solutions, was recognized last month by Current Analysis for its strong track record for meeting market demands and satisfying customers for NAC functionality.
In its annual NAC study of technical, business and operational issues influencing enterprise adoption of NAC, Current Analysis found that 78 percent of Bradford customers would consider Bradford again for future NAC investments. Bradford's Vendor Retention Score was just three percentage points behind the top score in the study and a full 10 percentage points ahead of Cisco.
"One of the key metrics that Current Analysis captures in its NAC Enterprise Demand Survey is the ability of vendors to retain customers. The vendor retention score is the percentage of respondents who are NAC customers of the vendor and would consider the same vendor for future NAC investments," said Andrew Braunberg, Research Director, Enterprise Security & Software, Current Analysis. "Bradford's retention score is impressive and suggests that the company's tightly focused NAC strategy has earned it friends in the market."