In late March IPVM reported that an estimated 75% of Pivot3 employees were dumped into the unemployment line and onto the doorstep of a global Pandemic. This must represent a huge intellectual loss, and resentment from former employees left struggling to pay mortgages, car loans and health care premiums...
Per LinkedIn, Pivot3's employee count is down nearly 50% in the last 6 months:
The true decline is most certainly greater as some people do not update their LinkedIn profile.
However, also on LinkedIn, they continue to market.
Pivot3 is a hard company to understand. They have financial challenges, on and off, for years. Also, in our communications with them, they say everything is going great even weeks before the mass layoff. It's hard than to have much confidence in Pivot3.
They may survive, though given their challenged history, I would be very cautious about buying new products from Pivot3.
I have the same question about Pivot3. I have a customer who utilizes them and they are up for HW/SW maintenance agreement renewal. They don't want to spend any money on a sinking ship, but we just don't know how fast it is sinking... I'm in a tough spot on what to recommend for them with the cost being so high.