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ActivEngage was honored with another award earlier this week, the Tech 200. Each year, information services company Lead411 compiles a list of the top revenue-producing startups in technology. This year’s list ranks companies with the highest percentage revenue growth from 2009 to 2011. The winners are all based in the United States, are private, and earned over $1M in revenues in the year 2011.
Check out the survey applicants filled out on how they use their marketing dollars, you’ll find that most spend their money on trade shows.
About Activengage, Inc.:
ActivEngage is the most trusted automotive chat vendor in the industry. We have built a strong reputation on our ability to successfully manage chats and our proprietary chat and real-time business intelligence software was created to meet the specific needs of dealerships. The essential person-to-person meet & greet dealers require at the physical showroom is now possible on the dealership website through ActivEngage. Proactive website engagement decreases abandonment rates and increases website lead generation with the thousands of visitors the average dealership receives each month. ActivEngage provides dealerships with the ability to engage with the 80% of automotive consumers who conduct part of their vehicle shopping process online, since live chat is the only technology that allows dealers to start building a personal relationship with their website shoppers from the moment they hit the website. Having taken over a million chats on behalf of our customers, ActivEngage has developed the best and most effective way to communicate with online shoppers. ActivEngage offers three tiers of service to ensure all website visitors' experiences are enjoyable and uncomplicated, thereby increasing the value of dealership websites through better lead generation.
About the Tech 200
Tom Blue, founder of Lead411, initially assessed the top 500 tech companies, but realized there was a lot of disparity from the top of the list to the bottom. Last year, he decided to only honor the top 200 companies, and he hasn't looked back since.
“What’s interesting about the top 200 on this list is that a handful of companies stay on the list, while the rest are newcomers,” said Blue. This year, company growth was slightly less than it was last year: this year’s companies grew an average of 3.3x from 2009 to 2011. Last year that growth was 3.45x. But the companies at the top of the list (the top 50) grew an average of 5.5x, skyrocketing them faster than the rest of the list.