ABBYY Text Analytics for Contracts
ABBYY FineReader Engine
ABBYY Real-Time Recognition SDK
ABBYY Mobile Applications
Abbyy (spelled ABBYY) is a multinational software company that offers a range of AI-based technologies and solutions for intelligent content processing, such as document capture and optical character recognition. Abbyy was founded in 1989 by David Yang. The company now has offices in 11 countries: Australia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, Great Britain, Ukraine and the USA.  Abbyy Europe GmbH is headquartered in Munich and is part of the Abbyy Group.
Abbyy offers solutions for companies such as financial service providers, insurance companies, logistics providers, healthcare organizations and other industries to master the digital transformation. Abbyy solutions help companies achieve their growth goals by providing greater understanding of their customers and intelligent real-time systems.
Acronis True Image
Acronis Disk Director
Acronis Cyber Protect
Acronis Cyber Files
Acronis Snap Deploy
Acronis International GmbH is a Swiss software company with headquarters in Schaffhausen and its main operational headquarters in Singapore. It develops data backup, recovery and security solutions for physical and virtual servers as well as cloud environments. Acronis software is sold in approximately 180 countries and is available in 14 languages. The company's German subsidiary is Acronis Germany GmbH, based in Munich.
Technologies and Products
Acronis products are based on patented disk imaging and bare metal restore technologies. The main focus is on the provision of solutions that keep data and systems always available and are easy to use even for laypeople. In 2011, the company launched a solution that combines disaster recovery and data protection in one product.
The product range includes software for backup & deployment, hard drive management and security for companies and private users, as well as virtualization software.  Some well-known programs are Acronis True Image Home, Acronis Backup & Recovery, and Acronis Disk Director.
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Inc. [əˈdoʊbiː] (until October 2018 Adobe Systems Inc.) is a US software company, registered in the state of Delaware. It was founded in 1982 by John Warnock and Charles Geschke, the inventors of the PostScript page description language. The name Adobe (Spanish and English "adobe") is derived from a stream called Adobe Creek, which runs behind Warnock's house in Los Altos, California.
Since December 3, 2005, other products include the entire range of Macromedia programs (Flash, Shockwave, Dreamweaver, Director). Adobe bought Macromedia on April 18, 2005 for $ 3.4 billion.
After Aldus PageMaker was taken over by Adobe, after a while Adobe PageMaker was replaced by Adobe InDesign. In order to also be able to offer programs in the private sector, Adobe has been creating slimmed-down versions of many programs with the name suffix Elements for some time.
In November 2016, Adobe presented the Voice Conversion (VC) program Voco (spelling: “VoCo”). Voco is an editing program for sound recordings, so recordings of speeches can be edited afterwards. In mass media, Voco is also called the "Photoshop for voice files".
In June 2018 Adobe announced the complete takeover of the online shop software Magento Commerce. The purchase price was the equivalent of around 1.5 billion euros.
Avast Premium Security (formerly Premier)
Avast SecureLine VPN
Avast Driver Updater
Avast Cleanup Premium
Avast Software s.r.o. is a Czech multinational cybersecurity software company headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic that researches and develops computer security software, machine learning and artificial intelligence. Avast has more than 435 million monthly active users and the second largest market share among anti-malware application vendors worldwide as of April 2020. The company has approximately 1,700 employees across its 25 offices worldwide.
Avast was founded by Pavel Baudiš and Eduard Kučera in 1988 as a cooperative. It had been a private company since 2010 and had its IPO in May 2018. In July 2016, Avast acquired competitor AVG Technologies for $1.3 billion. At the time, AVG was the third-ranked antivirus product. It is dual-listed on the Prague Stock Exchange and on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.
The company's main product is the Avast Antivirus along with tools such as the Avast Secure Browser and the Avast SecureLine VPN.
In early 2020, Avast was discovered to be collecting browsing history and other personal data from users of their products and selling it through a subsidiary, Jumpshot. The company subsequently announced that Jumpshot would cease operations.
AVG Internet Security
AVG Secure VPN
Bitdefender Antivirus Plus
Bitdefender Internet Security
Bitdefender Total Security
Bitdefender Mobile Security
Bitdefender Antivirus for Mac
Bitdefender VPN Premium
and Bitdefender Business Solutions