The second annual Forbes Cloud 100 list was published today, and XANT is featured for the second year in a row. The Cloud 100 is a prestigious list populated by some of the biggest innovators on the planet. If you want to see the future of tech, this is where to look.
Selection is limited to privately held companies offering cloud-based software solutions. The evaluation criteria are as follows:
- Estimated Valuation (30%)
- Operating Metrics (20%)
- People and Culture (15%)
- Market Leadership (35%)
We’re honored that the judges, comprised primarily of the CEOs of publicly traded cloud companies, recognize the value of our products and progress as a company.
Quite notable is the stark over-representation of our fellow Utah companies, including Qualtrics, Domo, PluralSight, WorkFront and Health Catalyst. Indeed, Forbes journalist Alex Konrad writes an extensive piece analyzing the emergence of Utah’s ‘Silicon Slopes’ as the cloud’s new capital.
InsideSales is an active supporter of the Silicon Slopes movement promoting the development of Utah’s Wasatch Front as a vital technology hub. It’s gratifying to see our collective efforts paying off.