Redwood City, Calif. – October 22, 2015
The Workstream Collaboration Company Ranks 16th Among All Bay Area Companies and 9th Among Companies Based in Silicon Valley
Redbooth, the all-in-one workstream collaboration and communications platform that makes teams more productive and accountable, is among the top “Fastest Growing” private companies in the Bay Area. The San Francisco Business Times ranks Redbooth No. 16 in its list of the “Bay Area’s Fastest Growing Private Companies” for 2015. Redbooth also ranks No. 9 in the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 2015 list of “Silicon Valley’s Fastest Growing Private Companies.” This is Redbooth’s first time to receive these prestigious distinctions.
“Redbooth’s explosive growth continues to fuel our mission to help organizations work smarter,” said Redbooth CEO Dan Schoenbaum. “We view our high ranking in a region so chock full of technology success stories as validation that Redbooth is uniquely positioned to drive meaningful results for the modern enterprise.”
Recognized as the No. 10 software company on the 2015 Inc. 5000 list of the “Fastest-growing private companies in America” (89th overall) earlier in the year, Redbooth is freeing teams from time-consuming email updates, reducing meeting frequency and duration, and increasing productivity across departments and organizations. As more companies discover the power of the Redbooth platform to easily share content, manage their work and collaborate with colleagues, the company’s runaway growth continues.
Founded in 2008 (formerly Teambox), Redbooth has more than 900,000 registered users at more than 6,000 organizations. The company has raised more than $17 million in venture funding.
“Our region is renowned as a hub for innovation and as an ecosystem that fosters growth companies,” said Mary Huss, publisher of the San Francisco Business Times. “Redbooth, along with all of the companies on the list deserve special recognition because they fuel our regional economy.”
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