Marketing software company DashThis’ inaugural presence in the 2018 Growth 500 shows the small Québec-based company off to an impressive start. Ranked No. 58 on the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies, DashThis showcases a 1,302% 5-year revenue growth, made all the more impressive considering their notable absence of venture capital funding.
“This is such unexpected, yet appreciated, recognition for our team’s extraordinary work over the past 5 years.
It really shows how our hard work enables us to rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in our industry,”
says Philip Boumansour, CEO of DashThis.
Going against the grain
This small, bootstrapped software company achieved this spectacular growth in a highly competitive
international market, all while rivaling large Silicon Valley-based corporations like Google. The company
differentiates itself with its highly personalized customer service, which is increasingly rare in the marketing
and software industries.
“We see this every day: our clients want to do business with real people, not bots. At DashThis, we don’t want
to send our clients to a forum or a help center article when they have a question – we want to actually talk to
them, person-to-person. This is really what sets us apart from the competition, along with our simple user
experience and beautiful interface,” adds Mr. Boumansour.
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Created 8 years ago, DashThis is entirely owned and operated in Québec City. DashThis’ dedicated 32-person
team helps over 18,000 users in more than 70 countries. DashThis’ marketing reporting dashboard software
enables marketers to create beautiful automated reports thanks to its easy-to-use tool and second-to-none
customer support. Users can include data from all their digital marketing tools such as Google Analytics,
AdWords, Facebook, LinkedIn, and a lot more, into one beautiful dashboard. DashThis is a SaaS (a softwareas-a-service company), that takes the “service” part of their job as seriously as the “software” part.
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