Cloudera was recently named to the San Francisco Business Times “Fast 100” list of the fastest-growing private companies in the Bay Area. We were selected based on our pre-IPO revenue growth driven by demand for our machine learning and analytic platform. This year’s winners were selected based on percent growth in revenue from fiscal years 2014 to 2016.
Now in its 26th year, the San Francisco Business Times “Fast 100” award recognizes the top 100 fastest-growing private companies in the Bay Area. These fast-growing businesses reflect a diverse and flourishing Bay Area economy. The winning companies span many industries and include the region’s up-and-coming gaming companies, software developers, communications and marketing agencies, contractors and staffing firms, and others.
“The enterprise machine learning and analytics market is quickly emerging, and we continue to lead its direction through technology and product innovation,” said Tom Reilly, chief executive officer at Cloudera. “This year, to continue our momentum in machine learning and analytics, we acquired a recognized leader in machine learning applied research, development and solutions, Fast Forward Labs. We look forward to helping our customers use insights from real-time data to make positive change in the world, such as building smarter, more energy efficient cities, feeding the world’s growing population using less water, saving human lives from deadly infections, reducing maintenance downtime of expensive machinery, and developing self-driving autonomous vehicles.”
We’ve also recently been recognized in the 2017 Datanami Editors’ Choice Awards, the 2017 Datanami Readers’ Choice Awards, IoT & Cloud Innovation Awards, Big 50 Data Awards, 2017 Stratus Award, 2017 DC INNO 50 On Fire Awards, and the 2017 Database Trends and Applications Magazine Readers’ Choice Awards, to name a few.
Additional award wins can be found here.