We trust in the art of open source collaboration. We know that when we form communities that share, whether we are sharing code, ideas, or expertise, we are all enriched. The Red Hat brand promotes openness, collaboration, sharing, and transparency.
We put our trust in the open source way because we know it works.
Our position is the place we occupy in the hearts and minds of our customers and prospects. Our annual brand tracker survey and ongoing customer research tell us how the marketplace sees us.
Our promise is a commitment we make to our customers. It is the unique value that only we can deliver. We create value for our customers by making open source software useful for enterprises.
A brand mantra is a short statement that captures the essence of the brand. The mantra should reflect the brand position, promise, and platform. It is an internal guiding statement, not a headline or tagline. Our mantra is "community-powered innovation."
When we are free to connect and work together, innovation thrives. Those who connect and collaborate most effectively will be the most successful.
Creativity is always an act of collaboration.
As the open source leader, Red Hat connects its customers to a global network of enterprises, partners, and communities. Together, we can build the high-performing, agile technology enterprises need to move forward. Red Hat’s open source approach delivers a steady stream of trustworthy technology that liberates resources for innovation and growth. By collaborating openly, we do more than any of us can do alone.
Our list of products and technologies may change as customer needs shift over time, but Red Hat is a constant presence. That rationale is the basis for the Red Hat master brand strategy.
Utilizing that strategy means that we lead with Red Hat in both visual treatments and naming. Products, solutions, and services do not adopt their own individual names, positions, or logos. Instead, they all complement the Red Hat portfolio.
When we name a specific product, there are two parts. The Red Hat name comes first, following our master brand strategy, then the product name which follows a descriptive naming strategy. That means we say what the offering is and explain what it does.
This strategy helps end users quickly identify products and services, making navigation, search, and purchase easier for our customers.