I guess the place to start is the graphic. The following are wrong;
3rd Party Controller Support - You stated Not interoperable with Mercury. The ProWatch Panels are electrically the exact same as the Mercurity product, of their own part number or OEM'd to others like many of the others listed on this thread.
Cloud Based Option - They are supported in Microsoft Azure and have system in AWS by Amazon, although not yet supported. This is not hosted by Honeywell, but is able to be deployed from the cloud by an integrator or end users who wishes to.
Remote App - They have a Mobile App that allows control of Doors and cards and a web application that can do pretty much everything that an operator would do on a thick client. cards, Reports, Events and Alarms
Video Integration - Not just limited to Honeywell. Besides MaxPro VMS by Honeywell, it can also work with Milestone, Verint, Vidsys, Salient.
The body of the report, Corporate Edition is expandable to an unlimited number of readers.
Enterprise edition state an unlimited number of readers. Enterprise is a server management system for the system. It is not a Access Server. It manages multiple Corporate Editions Servers. This is for occasions when the end user wants or needs multiple servers deployed.
Not sure how you concluded it is generally more expensive. You reference enterprise kits, as mentioned above,. Having said that, the LT version is the only software included in a kit. and the maximum size of the kits are 8 doors and the smallest being 2 doors. Offered with or without software. With software is around $750/door and the kit without the software is about $650.
The list of dealers in the US is over 300. The website refers to those that are certified at Silver, Gold, or Platinum.
Weakness is stated as being limited differentiation and better integration support. Since it's infancy in the 90's as a system for Airports and Biopharma , Prowatch has shown itself to be a most powerful platform to integrated to. from the most simple to the most complex.
From a differentiation POV, the ability to customize reports natively from ProWatch without having to export the data to other report generating tools has been something that is different with them. Further the power of is compliance based access, is another element. This puts individual door at a special level of control that can expire when individual training expires. Thus preventing untrained or certified individuals into a space. Just to name a few.
The comment of Prowatch not being a good fit to the SMB market is not accurate. This is more of providing a less complex system for dealers to offer and to make them available through distribution not via a trained Dealer Network.
As it relates to the educational market. one of the most common things in that space has been the wireless locks of late. Also, Shooter Detection is an integration that is available though Prowatch. I will leave it to others to decide if any of the other things I mention are valued in the education space.
I hope this helps.