Logikcull Ranked in Top 100 Fastest-Growing SaaS Companies
Below is an article originally written by Casey C. Sullivan at PowerToFly Partner Logikcull, and published on March 7, 2018. Go to Logikcull's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.
Logikcull's growth is fueled by our customer's success. So it's a sign of the strength of the Logikcull community that today Logikcull was ranked 95 on The SaaS 1000, which tracks the fastest growing "Software as a Service" companies. The SaaS 1000 evaluates companies, from the largest SaaS businesses to the smallest startups, based on their employee growth over six months and their overall employee size.
Logikcull's rank in the top 100 comes during a period accelerated growth for SaaS companies generally and Logikcull in particular. "The SaaS Sector continues its high growth," according to Tom Blue, founder of The SaaS 100. "In fact, it has increased. This quarter's Top 1000 companies grew faster than last quarter's list."
Over the past year, Logikcull has grown its customer base by 500 percent, passed the billion-page mark for data hosted in Logikcull, celebrated its 13th birthday, doubled its head count with exciting new talent, and raised $25 million in new funding.
This growth would be impossible without our inspiring customers. This includes solo practitioners who use Logikcull to expand their practices and level the playing field. It includes some of the biggest Big Law attorneys, who use Logikcull to speed up their matter velocity by orders of magnitude. It is governments of all size, from New York City to rural counties, revolutionizing their litigation, internal investigation, and freedom of information work. It's public interest groups like Earthjustice and the Sierra Club, who are able to overcome the burdens of discovery and document management with the help of Logikcull—and to save the world in the process. It's even pro se litigants, use Logikcull to handle their matters for $200, rather than the five-figure costs the status quo technologies require.
We're not content to stop here. Logikcull is still expanding, looking to bring on more top performers to help make discovery instant, easy, and accessible for all. We've currently hiring for more than a dozen roles. If you are looking to grow your career while transforming the legal industry, or if you know someone who is, check out our listings.
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