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In addition to its huge losses, terrible business model, and laughable corporate governance, one of the main reasons WeWork is struggling to go public is the dismal performance of other so-called super-unicorn stocks over the past couple of years.
When Zander Lurie was named head of SurveyMonkey’s parent company SVMK in January 2016, it marked his first CEO role and came at a time when the company was surfacing from nine months of grieving following the sudden and tragic death of its CEO Dave Goldberg.
SurveyMonkey (SVMK), a leading global survey software company, today announced that it has completed its acquisition of GetFeedback, a leading customer experience management company. A top-rated feedback solution for Salesforce according to the Salesforce AppExchange, GetFeedback serves leading brands, which include enterprise customers like Cisco, 3M, Caterpillar, Johnson & Johnson, Walgreens, and Salesforce.
SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 22, 2019 -- WHAT: SurveyMonkey (Nasdaq: SVMK) is hosting its second annual virtual conference to discuss how businesses can use customer, employee and.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Teens today are not only getting the majority of their news online, but they are turning away from traditional media organizations to find out about current events on social media sites and YouTube, often from online influencers and celebrities, according to a new poll by Common Sense and SurveyMonkey. The survey found that more than half of teens (54%) get news at least a few times a week from social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and 50% get news from YouTube.
SurveyMonkey (SVMK), a leading global survey software company, announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire customer experience management company GetFeedback, Inc. A top-rated feedback solution for Salesforce according to the Salesforce AppExchange, GetFeedback serves 10,000 leading brands, which include enterprise customers like Cisco, 3M, Caterpillar, Johnson & Johnson, Walgreens, and Salesforce. The acquisition of GetFeedback, a leading customer experience solution purpose-built for the Salesforce ecosystem, is a strategic move for SurveyMonkey which is rapidly scaling its enterprise offerings and continuing to invest in integrations with customers’ systems of record.
Survey software company SVMK Inc (NASDAQ: SVMK ) on Thursday reported another encouraging earnings print coupled with "robust" forward looking commentary, according to UBS. The Analyst UBS's ...
SurveyMonkey's parent reports a narrower-than-expected loss and stronger-than-expected revenue and average revenue per user.
SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 01, 2019 -- SurveyMonkey Inc. (“SurveyMonkey”), a leading global survey software company, announced today that its parent company, SVMK Inc. (Nasdaq:.
SurveyMonkey (SVMK), a leading global survey software company, today announced that Eric Johnson has joined the company as chief information officer. In his new role, Johnson will oversee SurveyMonkey’s information technology vision and IT roadmap. “Eric has strong success in growing and leading global IT organizations, and fostering collaboration in a virtual work environment,” said Tom Hale, president at SurveyMonkey.
New J.D. Power Mobility Confidence Index Fueled by SurveyMonkey Audience Evaluates Consumer and Expert Views COSTA MESA, Calif. , July 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers lack confidence in the future ...
“DuVal, Lara, and Denis each bring nearly 20 years of experience in their respective fields and proven leadership managing successful teams,” said Zander Lurie, chief executive officer at SurveyMonkey.
CEO of Svmk Inc (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) Alexander J Lurie (insider trades) sold 108,889 shares of SVMK on 07/17/2019 at an average price of $16.87 a share. Continue reading...
SAN MATEO, Calif., July 11, 2019 -- SurveyMonkey (Nasdaq: SVMK), a leading global survey software company, announced today that it will report second quarter 2019 financial.
SAN MATEO, Calif., July 02, 2019 -- SurveyMonkey (Nasdaq: SVMK), a leading global survey software company, announced today that it leads in customer satisfaction for the.
CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, and Acorns, the country's fastest growing financial wellness system, today announced the results of the Invest in You Spending Survey. The national survey, conducted in partnership with SurveyMonkey (SVMK), a leading global survey software company, examined the spending behavior of more than 2,800 Americans ages 18 and up. The survey asked Americans to dive into their spending habits, exploring topics like changes in spending year over year, monthly expenses, summer travel and political donations.
Small-cap and large-cap companies receive a lot of attention from investors, but mid-cap stocks like SVMK Inc...
Corporate business-travel platform TripActions just announced $250 million in Series D funding from venture firms Andreessen Horowitz, Zeev Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Group 11, burnishing its unicorn status and lifting its valuation to $4 billion. What’s most important, it’s in a market segment out of the reach of the tentacles of Google Trips.
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- As Slack Technologies Inc. flips a switch later Thursday and becomes a public company, it’s another sign of how far the world has progressed beyond the old times of corporate technology. What’s different now is that it actually matters what you want.Until the last decade or so, the technology that workers used in office jobs was largely chosen by bosses far above them. The computer at the desk, the email system, the software that workers used to keep track of expenses or crunch a business unit’s finances were all imposed on them. And it was frequently terrible, because ease of use wasn’t necessarily an important quality to sell software. Cubicle jockeys have a lot more say in what tech they use at work these days. Relatively young software from the likes of Slack, Box Inc., Zoom Video Communications Inc., Google’s G Suite and SurveyMonkey parent SVMK Inc. have free or inexpensive versions for people to try by themselves. The idea is that a few workers will test it out unofficially and like it enough to persuade their employers to pay for the tech because it helps them do their jobs more effectively. And many companies are listening. This “bottom-up” business strategy has become a standard approach for cloud software aimed at businesses. Similar tactics were key for Amazon Web Services and other services used by technical specialists inside companies, and that has spread to more departments.Slack is perhaps the apotheosis of the bottom-up boom. Video conferencing or spreadsheet software can be useful even if one person at a company uses it. But team communication software like Slack is truly only handy if a critical mass of people are using it. That’s why Slack needs to win over workers and then persuade their bosses to pay for versions that are tuned to a corporation’s security and data-compliance needs. (Bloomberg Beta, the venture capital arm of Bloomberg LP, is an investor in Slack.)Some things in corporate IT don’t change, though. Young cloud software companies like Slack still court systems-integration firms that customize technology for corporations and other large organizations. The bottom-up crew also builds sales teams to pitch software at big companies, and those salespeople still get expensive cars when they sign up big customers.And like the Oracle and Microsoft of old, young companies still want to stitch their software into many other corporate technologies, which makes their product harder to ditch. They want, in short, to become a “platform” — a word that appeared 39 times in Slack’s prospectus for potential investors and more than 300 times in Zoom Video’s IPO document in April. Another thing that hasn’t changed from software’s olden days, at least for Slack, is a dependence on a relatively small number of big customers. Slack says it has more than 10 million daily users and 600,000 organizations that pay for use by three or more people. But about 40% of Slack’s revenue in the latest fiscal year came from just 575 organizations writing at least $100,000 in annualized checks to Slack. The company might be bottom-up in strategy, but it still needs the whale customers to pay its bills. Slack isn’t alone in this regard. Domo Inc., which makes corporate data analysis software, generates nearly half of its revenue from 450 top-paying customers. At Zoom, a few hundred customers generate 30% of revenue. Of course, some kinds of technologies — think databases or inventory-management systems — aren’t likely to appeal to employees and instead are pitched straight to tech-buying executives. That probably won’t stop startups from trying the new approach, though.Courting the rank-and-file is now standard procedure for many types of software. But one old fashioned tactic has lasting appeal: Persuade big companies to write big checks. A version of this column originally appeared in Bloomberg’s Fully Charged technology newsletter. You can sign up here. To contact the author of this story: Shira Ovide at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Daniel Niemi at email@example.comThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Shira Ovide is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering technology. She previously was a reporter for the Wall Street Journal.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
SurveyMonkey (SVMK), a leading global survey software company, announced today that Debbie Clifford will join its leadership team on July 8 as chief financial officer. In her new role, Clifford will oversee all aspects of finance including financial strategy, planning and analysis, accounting, tax, treasury, and investor relations, in addition to strategic planning and corporate development. With the addition of Clifford, the majority of SurveyMonkey's executive team members will be women.
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