Yesterday, CNBC announced its 2019 Upstart 100 list of the most promising startups around the world. Split is excited to announce it’s been included on the list, selected from more than 600 companies that applied. In its third year of existence, this exclusive list recognizes companies that are making their mark on our rapidly changing technological era.
The list includes companies from dozens of different industries including retail, finance, healthcare, transportation, cosmetics, and of course enterprise software. It is an honor for Split to be included on this list alongside organizations that are sure to become household names in the next few years.
This recognition also validates all the hard work every Split employee has done this year. Besides seeing continued, steady growth, Split successfully launched the new Feature Monitoring to reduce the risk of releases, dynamic configurations to increase the ease of running experiments, and new integrations with companies including Sentry and Segment to simplify experimentation.
To be included on the list, companies were graded on eight metrics: scalability, sales growth, user/customer growth, workforce diversity, access to capital and community, intellectual property, and industry size and industry life-cycle stage. Companies also had to have raised less than $50 million and had to have been founded within the last five years. Over the past year Split has grown its customer base and revenue by more than 100% and employees by more than 60%.
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I’m thrilled to announce that Split has closed a $33 million Series C investment round, led by Comcast Ventures. With this round, we’ve been able to invite in additional new investors including Microsoft’s m12, 01 Advisors, Atlassian, and ServiceNow. Along with our previous investors, Accel, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Harmony…
This week we are excited to announce that we have closed a $33m Series C, led by Comcast Ventures with new investors including Microsoft’s M12, 01 Advisors, Atlassian, and ServiceNow, as well as previous investors, Accel, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Harmony Venture Partners. We see this new round of investment…
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