San Jose, CA, March 18, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Whatfix, a leading Performance Support platform, has been recognized among the top 50 fastest growing SaaS companies worldwide in the SaaS 1000 list for Q1 2018. Whatfix has been ranked 41st in the SaaS 1000 list which recognizes the fastest growing SaaS companies ranging from startups to enterprises.
Whatfix helps enterprises and businesses automate and manage their users’ end-to-end product adoption lifecycle. Whatfix was also recently named one of the top rated B2B technology companies in San Jose, California for 2018 by business solutions review platform G2Crowd.
SaaS 1000 ranks companies using an algorithm that tracks a company’s hiring trends, growth indicators and the number of employees.
“We’re excited to be recognized as one of the fastest growing SaaS companies.
Demand for our product is rapidly rising, especially in the North American and European markets, as we continue to add more advanced capabilities to the platform,” Khadim Batti, Cofounder and CEO, Whatfix, said. “We are witnessing a heavy growth in customer acquisition, including the likes of Fortune 500 companies and see the growth trend to continue rising.”
Whatfix is aggressively expanding its global footprint and that especially in the North American market. One of the big names in the Silicon Valley investor circuit, Vispi Daver, recently joined the Whatfix executive team as SVP of Sales and Partnerships in North America.
Tom Blue, Founder of SaaS 1000, said SaaS companies listed in this quarter grew faster than the previous quarter.
The SaaS 1000 list can be accessed here: http://saas1000.com/
Whatfix is a leading SaaS based Performance Support platform which empowers organizations to effectively manage the end-to-end product adoption lifecycle of their internal and external application users. Whatfix helps enterprises and businesses accelerate product adoption by redefining the way companies onboard, train, and provide support to users. Several Fortune 500 enterprises worldwide rely on Whatfix to reduce the time-to-value of business applications thereby improving users productivity and performance.