The post The Fastest Growing Companies in Silicon Valley follows TapClicks inclusion on the Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies list.
San Jose, September 22, 2017– TapClicks, the world class marketing dashboard and reporting company, was listed at the #1 spot on Inc.com’s list of Fastest Growing Companies in Silicon Valley that You’ve Never Heard Of. TapClicks was listed at #225 of the Inc. 5000 list, the company’s second inclusion in as many years, and was tapped as #1 on the most recent list because of its astounding 1,911% growth rate since 2013.
The article, compiled by Inc.com staff reporter Sonya Mann, lists the top 10 Silicon Valley companies and the growth rates that put them at the top. While Mann says you’ve never heard of these companies, revenue and total customer base don’t lie: TapClicks tracks over $1.3 Billion in annual advertising spend, serves over 306,000 advertisers, has deployed over 1.2 Million dashboards and tracks over 238 Billion annual impressions across 4000 Media company, agency and brand marketer customers.
TapClicks has seen a year of tremendous growth and change, so inclusion on this list comes to no surprise to Babak Hedayati, TapClicks CEO. “We believe that TapClicks is a ‘Fastest Growing Company You Should Know,’ said Hedayati, “TapClicks is the only SaaS company that is poised to own the marketing infrastructure that connects agencies, media companies, and their brand advertisers. We’re moving aggressively to become a leader in the MarTech and marketing operations space, and we’ve got a world-class customer base and team to back it up.”
To support the long-term growth plan, TapClicks added two new executives in the month of August: Gary Malhotra as VP of Marketing and Customer Experience and John Hardman, CFO. These strategic hirings followed the early 2017 acquisition of Raven Tools, a Gartner Top Performing SEO Software, and the release of TapClicks 6, a faster, more intuitive dashboard.
As a Silicon Valley startup, TapClicks has tapped into its startup roots, moving quickly to take on new challenges and building a loyal user base that’s hungry for changes that make them better at their jobs. That the media should recognize and reward this growth is a logical next step.