Press Release July 13, 2017

Goodwin Represents One-Third of Forbes’ 100 Hottest Cloud Computing Companies

Selecting the “100 hottest companies in cloud computing for 2017” for its second annual Cloud 100 feature, Forbes magazine named 33 Goodwin Technology Companies clients* to its overall list, including 5 of the top 10. These companies were recognized for helping solve problems for the world’s largest corporations, small businesses and individual consumers.

  • #2 Dropbox
  • #3 Slack
  • #4 DocuSign
  • #6 Qualtrics
  • #10 Squarespace
  • #11 CloudFlare
  • #15 Domo 
  • #20 Pluralsight
  • #23 Intercom
  • #25 AppNexus
  • #31 ForeScout
  • #34 Eventbrite 
  • #36 Rubrik 
  • #39 Fuze
  • #48 Carbon Black
  • #50 Lookout
  • #53 Elastic
  • #56 Adaptive Insights
  • #57 Turbonomic
  • #58 Workfront
  • #60 PointClickCare
  • #62 Acquia
  • #64 Health Catalyst
  • #68 Toast 
  • #72 Grand Rounds
  • #74 Segment
  • #75 American Well
  • #77 PinDrop
  • #81 Vlocity
  • #90 Grammarly
  • #96 Code42
  • #97 Confluent

To determine “the best and brightest of the cloud,” Forbes tracked candidates by operating metrics such as revenue and funding, and relied on input from 25 public cloud company CEOs.

Forbes also listed 10 companies from its 2016 list that are no longer eligible to be included because they went public or were sold. Four of these companies, including Okta, Coupa and Veracode, are also Goodwin clients.*

The full list can be viewed here.

*Note: certain client names were omitted as confidential