Coronavirus has changed the arms software market forever. Before the outbreak of this virus, there were many, many, many arms software brands and distributors. We’ve seen a lot of companies jump ship by giving up and leaving the arms industry, and a few have stayed to maintain their products because their arms software is still a valuable asset to their businesses.
After the outbreak, Arms Software’s survival rates took a major hit, and many have reevaluated their brands, including Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing, and Northrop Grumman. You’ll see many of these companies making adjustments to improve their arms software, or redesigning their products in order to stay relevant in the arms software market.