Verint Systems Inc was incorporated in Delaware in February 1994. The Company provides Actionable Intelligence solutions and value-added services. The Company's solutions enable organizations of all sizes to make timely and effective decisions to improve enterprise performance and make the world a safer place. It serves two markets through three operating segments. Its Workforce Optimization segment serves the enterprise workforce optimization market, while its Video Intelligence segment and Communications Intelligence segment serve the security intelligence market. In its Workforce Optimization segment, it is a provider of enterprise workforce optimization software and services. In its Video Intelligence segment, it is a provider of networked IP video solutions designed to optimize security and enhance operations. The Company's Video Intelligence solutions portfolio includes IP video management software and services, edge devices for capturing, digitizing, and transmitting video over different types of wired and wireless networks, video analytics, networked video recorders, and a physical security information management system. Its competitors include; in Enterprise Intelligence segment, its competitors include Aspect Software, Inc., eGain Corporation, Genesys Telecommunications, NICE Systems Ltd. (NICE), and Pegasystems Inc., and divisions of larger companies, including Oracle Corporation and Salesforce.com, Inc., along with many smaller companies. In its Communications Intelligence segment, its primary competitors include BAE Systems, FireEye, Inc., JSI Telecom, NICE, Rohde and Schwarz, RSA NetWitness (a business unit of EMC Corporation), and SS8, Inc., along with a number of smaller companies and divisions of larger companies that compete with it in certain regions or only with respect to portions of its product portfolio. In the Video Intelligence segment, its competitors include American Dynamics (a business unit of Tyco), Avigilon Corporation, Genetec Inc., March Networks Corporation (a business unit of Infinova Ltd.), Milestone Systems A/S, and NICE, and divisions of larger companies such as Tyco International Ltd, along with many smaller companies.