Per the marketshare report published by IT analyst Gartner, IBM has secured the #1 position in marketshare (based on revenue for 2008), for the 8th year in a row. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Report-IBM-Ranked-1-in-Web-prnews-15327063.html?.v=1
"More than 6,500 IBM clients use IBM's Web 2.0-enhanced WebSphere Portal
software. IBM has seen an especially large jump in new portal business
from healthcare clients worldwide including Catholic Healthcare West, Children's Medical Center of Dallas, Healthways, MedStar Health, Memorial Health, and Trillium Health Centre.
IBM WebSphere Portal is also used by four of the top five US healthcare
insurance companies, Blue Cross Blue Shield organizations in 33 states,
more than 30 major hospitals, clinics, and delivery networks worldwide,
and more than 12 on-line healthcare provider sites servicing more than
20,000 users each...
It is also the Portal of choice by the top 10 global banks, nine of the top 10 U.S. banks, seven of the
top 10 European banks, and eight of the top 10 Asia Pacific banks.
IBM WebSphere Portal is used by every G8 country governments, 10 of the 16 Middle
East countries, 22 U.S. states, and 40 U.S. Federal agencies."
This confirms the market buzz around the fact that only around 7% of Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) customers have moved with any success to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS). And for all of those how havent, so around 93%, per recent announcement from Microsoft, they shouldnt upgrade to 2007 but wait till 2010 comes...
Meawhile old BEA Portal customers are looking for alternatives...