Bay Area’s fastest-growing tech companies|23 October, 2017

Gainsight was recognized as one of the Bay Area's Fastest Growing Tech Companies by San Francisco Business Times

"The sheer number of technology companies on the Fast 100 list, our annual ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the Bay Area, speaks to the health and strength of the sector across the region. Tech companies make up the biggest industry group within our list, and the top five fastest growing companies on this year's list are all tech companies. Case in point, first-ranked Redwood City-based Gainsight, a customer success software provider that saw an astonishing 1,484.8 percent revenue growth from 2014 to 2016."

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Forbes Top 100 Cloud Companies

Gainsight ranked #50 in Forbes 2018 List of Top 100 Cloud Companies.  Gainsight™, the Customer Success company, has been named to the Forbes 2018 Cloud 100, the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world, published by Forbes in collaboration with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures. Read more here.

13 September, 2018

Forbes Top 100 Cloud Companies

Gainsight ranked #56 in Forbes 2016 List of Top Private Cloud Companies. “At Gainsight (No. 56), CEO Nick Mehta knows that a happy customer spends more. So his company built software to help companies boost their sales by proactively analyzing existing accounts.” The question is how you keep [your existing customers] coming back for more,” says Mehta. When Gainsight adds ten points to revenue growth, its software has already more than paid for itself. Read more here

1 September, 2016

Forbes Top 100 Cloud Companies

Gainsight ranked #52 in Forbes 2017 List of Top 100 Cloud Companies. “The next time Gainsight raises money from investors, it will likely be as the first billion-dollar startup in customer success. That looming distinction was set up on Tuesday when the company announced triple-digit growth, key new hires and a new $52 million investment that puts the company in knocking distance of unicorn status the next time it dips into investor pockets. CEO Nick Mehta announced the news at the company’s annual customer event in Oakland, California, called Pulse.” Read more here

27 May, 2017