While Slack is reportedly preparing to enter the public markets, the soaring startup is ready to brag about what it did last year.
In a blog post the company said it currently has 10 million active users on the platform, compared to 8 million DAUs in May. Not only are Silicon Valley tech companies using the service, but the company has reduced the number slightly and made it clear that more than half of the DAUs are outside the United States.
The number of paid users is not updated – the company also reported in May that it had 3 million paying users – but the company said the number of organizations on the platform was in the last year rose to 85,000, an increase of 50 percent. The company's biggest challenge in the past few years has been to bring more large companies to its platform, and it seems they've definitely succeeded. The blog has described in detail that 65 of the Fortune 100 companies subsided.
Even with With its strange new logo, the company seems to grow fairly consistently from the user's point of view. We took a look at the financial position in a recent report in The Information, which projected revenue of $ 640 million in 2019 and stated in detail that the company had $ 900 million in balance.
The company was last estimated at over $ 7 billion.