SAN FRANCISCO — May 23, 2013 — Demandbase, Inc., the targeting and personalization platform for business to business marketers, has been named to JMP Securities’ “Hot 100: Best Privately Held Software Companies for 2013 list for the fourth straight year. Issued in May 2013, the list profiles 100 of the leading private companies in the software industry as identified by the software research team at JMP Securities, a full-service investment bank.
The ‘Hot 100 list is selected each year based on the evaluation of multiple criteria, including financial growth, products and services, quality of leadership, customers and market potential. Demandbase was chosen among thousands of companies, based on the adoption of its targeting and personalization platform, which uniquely identifies companies wherever they are on the web, providing marketers with the ability to target customers with personalized advertising and relevant on-site experiences. This enables sales and marketing teams to align programs and take actions that move accounts more quickly to revenue.
“We’re thrilled to be named on the JMP ‘Hot 100′ list for the fourth time, a testament to the industry’s acknowledgement around our continued efforts to help companies make the very most of every marketing dollar spent,” said Chris Golec, founder and CEO of Demandbase. “Given our recent $15 million round of financing and Q1 growth, it’s setting up to be another great year.”
In addition to being named to the JMP Hot 100 list, Demandbase was recently named a winner of the San Francisco Business Times’ Tech and Innovation Award.