The software giant has made a number of high-profile decisions in recent years that have seen it become a major player in the IT industry.
But it has not yet become a dominant player in all of them, according to a new study.
The company has invested in several software providers and its software products have not enjoyed much of a market share.
“Its software is still in beta, and its customers have yet to experience it in full,” said Sam Purdom, an analyst with IDC.
“But it’s still one of the most powerful companies in the world.”
The study by Purdon and his colleagues is based on data from more than 7,000 applications for use in Optimum’s IT services.
It compares Optimum to its peers.
The study found that Optimum has more than a 50% share of the software market, while its rivals have only a 20% share.
It found that its software services account for just over 40% of Optimums software revenues.
But that percentage has declined over the past few years, with most of that drop occurring in the last year.
Optimum is not the only software company that is in the early stages of growth.
Many other companies have been investing in software as they build out their own software products and make new hires.
But Purdo and his co-authors say Optimum should be seen as a long-term player.
“It’s a long term player, not just a short-term one,” Purdos said.
The researchers looked at Optimum as a software provider because the company is building a new software product for customers that it is testing in-house.
That software, called Optimum Enterprise Suite, is designed to meet the needs of Optum customers, and it was first announced earlier this year.
The team says Optimum also has plans to build a new product, Optimum Plus, which will be an “in-house offering for Optum’s enterprise customers”.
But it is not clear if those plans are happening yet.
Purds and his team say they have been watching Optimum closely because of the company’s software offerings, which are used by hundreds of millions of customers around the world.
“We’ve seen that in some cases it’s the only way to get the best of both worlds,” Purnam said.
“So, for the consumer and for the enterprise, they need the best and they need it now.”
It is also important to note that the study uses data from a few software companies and did not consider software that is already available to Optimum customers.
“The research doesn’t say anything about the future of the market,” said Purdum.
“If a software company gets acquired, that would be the end of that.
The industry would move to a different business model, and a different type of software would have to be developed.”
For now, it is hard to say whether or not Optimum will be able to survive.
The firm has raised a record $100 billion from investors, but its software has yet to catch on as a service, or even as a standalone product.