Seems that Telerik is see just as a Visionary and not a Leader (can be both?) in the Mobile development market.
However these are just options, tho nice to know Telerik are also thought leaders.
The company has a successful, long-standing, developer-centric, bottom-up approach, in which products are sold primarily online at modest cost ($300 to $1,800 per developer) with minimum friction. The platform offers a modular collection of components, frameworks and tools that support development for different platforms with a variety of approaches. The platform leverages de facto open standards, such as jQuery, Bootstrap, AngularJS and Apache Cordova; also, the Telerik Kendo UI Core framework is open source.
Although there is a unified Web interface, the Telerik Platform has been built through acquisitions as well as internally developed products, and the packaging of these components comes across as a collection of tools rather than a tightly integrated set. The platform lacks some capabilities for full SDLC support, such as enterprise system integration and app management, and some capabilities are relatively new and unproven, such as AppFeedback and AppPrototyper. The company historically does not have a mobile-centric focus, but instead has executed a strategy of building a diverse product portfolio that includes content management, software testing, .NET UI widgets and project management. However, the company has recently invested in mobile initiatives (not just the Telerik Platform) to add mobile capabilities to the rest of its portfolio, such as its Web content management (WCM) offering.