No.
18
IPO

ThoughtSpot

ThoughtSpot, Inc. is a technology company that produces business intelligence analytics search software.

No.
39
IPO

Sisense

Sisense is a business intelligence, AI-driven, software company headquartered in New York City, with offices in San Francisco, Scottsdale, Tel Aviv, London, Melbourne, Tokyo, and Kyiv.

No.
48
IPO

Matillion

Your data is your competitive edge. Matillion's ETL software gives you the tools you need to harness your data and gain powerful business insights.

No.
114
IPO

GoodData

The company markets business intelligence and big data analytics software for cloud computing.

No.
153
IPO

Metabase

The fastest, easiest way to share data and analytics inside your company. An open source Business Intelligence server you can install in 5 minutes that connects to MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and more! Anyone can use it to build charts, dashboards and n...

No.
190
IPO

CARTO

The future of GIS? It’s Spatial Data Science. CARTO is the world’s leading Location Intelligence platform for Data Scientists, Developers and Analysts in Enterprise.

No.
192
IPO

ActivTrak

ActivTrak is a cloud-based workforce analytics software provider.

No.
200
IPO

Avo

Collaborate on your tracking plan and use generated tracking snippets to instrument your code consistently across all your platforms.

No.
247
IPO

ScaleFactor

Manage your business' accounting, tax, and finance in just a few minutes a week. ScaleFactor saves you time and money so you can focus on what you love.

No.
253
IPO

Crunchbase

Crunchbase is the leading destination for company insights from early-stage startups to the Fortune 1000. Get insights into your competition. Uncover startup trends, get company funding data. Find new prospects, beat competitors and quotas.

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What makes it PLG?

A company must offer transparent pricing
At least one of their pricing stages gave a price, even if the enterprise edition might say something like, contact sales.

A company must offer a freemium or trial product on their website
A user needs to be able to sign up and start using the product immediately without speaking to anyone first.

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We combined the valuation of private companies with a number of excellent grading systems including CrunchBase Insights, PitchBook and The Cloud 100.