Domo Named to Inc.’s First-Annual Best-Led Companies List

Today Domo announced it was named to Inc.’s first annual Best-Led Companies list — a select, data-driven list of the very strongest U.S. firms with revenue of $50 million to $2 billion. This program is the first Inc. recognition list to honor both public and private companies.

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“When we started Domo more than a decade ago, our goal was to help transform the way business was managed by putting data to work across organizations in ways never before dreamed possible”

The final list recognizes 250 companies that are agile enough to maneuver but also big enough to have a broad impact and have a successful track record with leadership teams that spur solid performance, create value, penetrate markets, engage with customers, and more.

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“This inaugural list of companies represents the remarkable midsized companies, both public and private, often founder led, that are at the vanguard of reinventing American business,” says Scott Omelianuk, editor-in-chief of Inc. magazine. “With their leadership, all business will benefit from an exciting, competitive future full of possibilities.”

“When we started Domo more than a decade ago, our goal was to help transform the way business was managed by putting data to work across organizations in ways never before dreamed possible,” said Josh James, Domo founder and CEO. “Being chosen as an inaugural member of Inc.’s Best-Led Companies list is a testament to the daily commitment of every member of our team to ensure our customers’ success.”

This Inc. award adds to a series of recent company recognitions for Domo, such as being named to the 2021 Financial Times Fastest Growing Companies for The Americas list, a finalist for the Fast Company 2021 World Changing Ideas, and a member of Parity.org’s Best Companies for Women to Advance list.

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