Sailthru Ranked #244 Fastest Growing Company on Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Fast 500™

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For the second year in a row, the entire team at Sailthru is proud to be ranked as a fastest growing company in North America on Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Fast 500. Between 2012 and 2015, we’ve experienced a 297% growth in revenue due to increased demand from retailers and publishers for solutions that help them acquire, grow, and retain customers more profitably. Our customer base now includes more than 400 of the most innovative retailers and publishers.

Sailthru’s chief executive officer, Neil Lustig, credits this continued growth to our ability to harness the power of customer data and insights to drive growth for customers such as JustFab and Betabrand, and global publishers, including The Economist and SheKnows media.

“Our commitment to data science has been a critical component in Sailthru’s growth, as well as our advantage. We’re arming retailers and publishers with business insights and working together to create opportunities in innovative ways that cannot be competitively matched,” said Lustig. “Sailthru’s investment in solutions based on market need, for example, the recent acquisition of mobile marketing automation platform Carnival.io, demonstrates our approach to enable marketers to deliver a more connected and seamless personalized experience across all digital channels.”

In addition to revenue growth, in the past year Sailthru has announced the addition of seasoned leaders to their C-Suite, such as Guy Horrocks, GM of mobile, Tom Janofsky, EVP of engineering, Andy Leaver, EVP of worldwide sales and Marty Meyer, Chief Financial Officer. The company continues to expand its footprint across North America and into the EMEA region and total employee base has more than doubled since 2011.

“Today, when every organization can be a tech company, the most effective businesses not only foster the courage to explore change, but also encourage creativity in using and applying existing assets in new ways, as resourcefully as possible,” said Sandra Shirai, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and U.S. technology, media and telecommunications industry leader. “This ingenious approach to innovation calls for the encouragement of curiosity and collaboration both within and outside the office walls.”