ObjectVideo Revenue Breakdown

Author: John Honovich, Published on Aug 25, 2013

ObjectVideo disclosed its 2012 revenue to be $18.9 million but what does that mean? Where does that 'rank' OV? Where is the revenue coming from? In this note, we examine OV's different business units, exploring their government contracts and analyzing the revenue potential of their ongoing patent enforcement / lawsuit campaign.

OV's Revenue Overviewed

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