Filecamp ranked in the Top 500 Fastest Growing SaaS Companies in the World
We’re delighted to announce that Filecamp has been named by bestselling author/tech podcast host Nathan Latka as one of the fastest-growing SaaS companies globally!
We submitted our revenue growth data to Latka for the annual Latka500: The fastest growing SaaS companies of 2021.
18,047 founders submitted data for 2021, meaning just 2.7% made the top 500.
We’re excited to share that Filecamp ranked 265nd with revenue growth of 109%. This growth wouldn’t have been possible without all of the product feedback and support from our 1500+ customers 🙏
Some key Filecamp milestones for 2021 included:
- In October 2021 we released a major overhaul of the user interface that has been been very well received by our customers.
- In March 2021, we switched over to using Stripe as our preferred payment and invoicing platform. Stripe is built for SaaS businesses and is giving us a more streamlined, futureproof, and secure payment solution.
- Tons of improvements and bug fixes. Read more.
We plan to share some exciting new releases with you in 2022, including:
- We'll continue to improve and refine our UI/UX.
- We'll hire more staff so that we can accelerate our growth, and release new features quicker.
- Continued international expansion.
In total, Latka500 SaaS companies did $13 billion in combined 2021 revenues (up from $8 billion in 2020) and have raised a total of $35 billion. 128 bootstrapped SaaS founders made the list with combined revenues of $1.3 billion.
You can see the full rankings here.
We’re in good company as you can see.
As always, it’s thanks to our many loyal customers around the world who play a vital role in helping us grow and rank among the best SaaS companies in the world. We’re committed to our mission of delivering an easy-to-use Digital Asset Management (DAM) platform that empowers marketing teams to focus on what matters.
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