Unparalleled customer success and exponential enterprise demand for digital experience intelligence (DXI) drive company’s list debut
FullStory, the leader in digital experience intelligence, announced its inclusion in Inc. magazine’s Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies.
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FullStory ranked in the top 25% of the prestigious list, with triple-digit revenue growth over the past three years. More than 3,100 customers in 60 countries currently use FullStory’s DXI platform to access real-time analytics and insights into what customers are doing—and why—on web and mobile channels. FullStory ranks 1,048th overall and 41st of companies based in Georgia.
FullStory has grown its annual recurring revenue by 70%+ year-on-year and has landed key enterprise deals against competitors at industry-leading brands, including Chipotle, FTD, Fidelity, Financial Times, Ocado Group, and Peloton. As enterprises prioritize digital transformation and digital-first initiatives, the company has accelerated its momentum by securing over $100 million in growth capital financing at a $1.8 billion valuation earlier this month.
“As people increasingly run their lives online, companies are making it a priority to understand, measure, and improve the digital experience they provide their customers,” said Scott Voigt, founder and CEO of FullStory. “Our growth reflects the huge opportunity for all types of organizations to perfect digital products and experiences. Together with our world-class clients, we will continue to pioneer new ways to use data and machine learning to make improvements that empathize with customer needs, desires, and struggles.”
FullStory serves more customers than its top three nearest competitors combined and has been named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for the past two years running. The company was also recently honored by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of the fastest growing companies in the region.
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