CallRail has been named to Deloitte’s Tech Fast 500 list for the fourth year in a row. We were one of 22 Georgia companies to make the list, which is comprised of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in North America, based on fiscal year revenue growth from 2015 to 2018. At no. 281 on the list, we were recognized for 387 percent revenue growth over the previous three fiscal years.
CallRail has been in business for eight-and-a-half years, helping businesses gain a clearer understanding of how their marketing efforts are generating leads. Businesses are allocating more budget than ever before to digital advertising campaigns and new platforms and channels emerge everyday, vying for those dollars. So it’s no wonder that marketers have begun turning to platforms like ours to better measure the performance of these efforts. Today, over 100,000 businesses trust CallRail to produce these insights.
A lot has happened at CallRail since we made our debut on the Deloitte list, back in 2016. While our fiscal year revenue has continued to surge, so has our product development and staffing. Over the last four years, we’ve sought to bring more and more value to our users through several new products and features, including:
- Form Tracking
- Conversation Intelligence
- Auto-test DNI
- Custom Reporting and our Leads Report
- Several new integrations, including Facebook and HubSpot
This focus on developing a product that delights our customers with the straightforward features they need is what has helped us bring home two Overall SaaS Appealie Awards, in 2017 and again earlier this year. For this and more, we have been recognized as G2 Crowd’s leader in inbound call tracking since 2016, leading the space in nearly every category, from “Product Direction” to “Ease of Use” to “Ease of Doing Business With” and “Quality of Support.”
At an awards ceremony in Atlanta on Thursday, CallRail Chief Financial Officer Jim Morgan received the Fast 500 award on behalf of the company.
In order to qualify for the Fast 500 list, the majority of a company’s operating revenues must come from intellectual property or technology services sold to customers. Companies must also have base-year operating revenues of at least $50,000 and current-year operating revenues of at least $5 million. In addition, qualifying companies must be in business for a minimum of four years and be headquartered in Canada, Greenland, Mexico, or the United States.