We’re excited to share InVision has been named alongside billion-dollar companies including Slack and Dropbox to Forbes Magazine’s list of the world’s top privately-held cloud companies.
Forbes recognized the InVision team for our commitment to building an always-on platform that unlocks the power of design-driven product development, facilitates team collaboration and user feedback gathering, and enables advanced prototyping — creating products and experiences that not only delight users, but simply make better sense.
“It’s an honor to be included in Forbes’ list of The Cloud 100 with industry vanguards revolutionizing how we do our jobs, like Slack and Dropbox,” said Clark Valberg, InVision’s co-founder and CEO. “By focusing every day on how to make designers’ lives better, our influence in the design workflow space has grown. With new features like Craft, our Library cloud storage option, and a lot more, we’re excited to be an even more powerful tool in every designer’s arsenal.”
Forbes based its ranking on metrics such as companies’ revenue growth, financing, traction, and size of a company’s slice of the market. This data was incorporated into a financial health score and shared with experts including Salesforce Co-Founder Parker Harris, Box CEO Aaron Levie, Zendesk CEO Mikkel Svane, Square CFO Sarah Friar, and more.
Helping power the design workflow at companies like Netflix, Capital One, Google Ventures and many more leading, disruptive companies has grown our understanding of just how powerful collaboration is. We’re beyond excited to be named among so many top teams, and thank our community for their support!
The Cloud 100 will appear in the October 4 issue of Forbes magazine. To view the complete list, visit forbes.com/cloud100.