Atlanta – Ninety.io, a business building, operations and awareness software platform, has been recognized on the “2020 Latka 250” list as one of the fastest growing SaaS companies in the United States. The company ranked #2 among non-venture-capital-funded SaaS companies (earning a “SaaS Bootstrap Award”), #14 in its size/revenue category, and #28 overall. This year, 5,091 companies applied for consideration; only 5% made the list.
Founded in 2017, Ninety.io has enjoyed significant year-over-year growth. Today, more than 2,500 companies and 33,000-plus people rely on the technology to support their mastery of the Entrepreneurial Operating System®. From its humble beginnings, the company has committed itself to developing the very best tools and technology available to help people build great companies.
The award, defined by Nathan Latka, is based on the research, data and evaluation of SaaS companies. After writing the WSJ bestseller, How to be a Capitalist Without Any Capital, and having his inaugural software company valued at $10.5 million after just five years, Latka’s opinion carries a great deal of weight. With over a decade of experience in the SaaS space, Latka is also the principal of private equity firm Latka Capital, executive producer and host of the “Top Entrepreneurs” podcast and CEO of two companies he recently acquired.
Visionary, Founder and CEO Mark Abbott has spent time sharing the Ninety.io growth story with the podcast host. The show has passed 13 million downloads and our profile has been viewed over 30,000 times. You can listen to their most recent podcast here: How Ninety.io hit $3.3M in Revenue with 2K Customers in 2020.
“This all about the great work done by our team, our clients and all of the coaches who make Ninety.io a core part of their practice. If we’re pretty good at anything, it’s tapping into our amazing group of stakeholders.” says Abbott about the recognition.
How The Rankings Work
In addition to the podcast, Latka publishes the “Latka 250,” an annual list of the fastest growing SaaS companies based on data maintained at GetLatka.com. Each year his team gathers revenue growth figures from SaaS CEOs and confirms the revenue numbers via email. The rankings compare December 2019 monthly recurring revenue annualized (multiply by 12) to revenue for December 2020. The companies are then split into three segments based on size: $1m-$10m, $10m-$20m, and $20m-100m.
In total, the top 250 companies do $8.5 billion in revenue, serve 2.2 million customers, and have raised a total of $12 billion dollars.
You can see a digital version of the top 250 SaaS companies HERE and look for a deeper story on our growth in the March issue of Latka Magazine.
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