Real time, people-based marketing company Signal has announced the company has ranked #11 on Deloitte’s 2015 Technology Fast 500, a list of the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America.
Signal provides one integrated platform for marketers to collect rich first-party data, create deep customer profiles, and activate those profiles in real time to engage customers across devices and channels. The company achieved 5,241 per cent revenue growth from 2011 to 2014, making it the #1 marketing technology company and the #4 software company on Deloitte’s list. Signal is also the highest-ranked Chicago-based company.
“Signal is honoured to be recognised as one of the fastest-growing tech companies,” said Mike Sands, CEO, Signal. “Our company is growing quickly because we are solving a critical, global need for marketers today: the need to engage with their customers in the right place, with the right message, in real time, and at scale. This recognition on the Technology Fast 500 list underscores our success in helping brands and publishers achieve true, people-based marketing.”
The Technology Fast 500 is a leading technology awards program, honouring technological innovation, entrepreneurship, and rapid growth. The ranking continues Signal’s strong momentum, which includes triple-digit revenue growth every year since inception, more than 15,000 clients across the U.S., APAC, EMEA, and South America, and other high-profile awards such as the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award®. Signal ranked #51 on the 2015 Inc. 5000 list.e third-fastest growing software company in the country, and the 51st-fastest growing company overall, on the 2015 Inc. 5000 list.
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