Inc. ranks Fractal Analytics #114 among the fastest growing private companies in business products and services
San Mateo, California, September 06, 2012
Fractal Analytics, a leading provider of predictive analytics, announced today that Inc.com recognizes them among the highest growth private companies in the United States. The 2012 Inc. 5000 list honors Fractal Analytics for their proven growth, 177% since 2008 – ranking #114 among Business Products and Services providers, #73 in San Francisco, and #1647 nationwide. This achievement places Fractal Analytics among elite companies such as Microsoft, Zappos, and Oracle, who previously made the list.
Fractal Analytics attributes their success to: a) global expertise across industries, countries, data and consumer behavior, b) advanced proprietary analytics solutions built to scale, and c) great place to work culture that attracts and retains top analytics talent. Over 30 Fortune 500 companies depend on Fractal to make better incremental decisions and enhance customer loyalty, based on structured and unstructured data from over 180 countries.
Pranay Agrawal, co-founder and Executive Vice President commented “This honor validates the important role Big Data and analytics play to change the way companies do business. It is no surprise that our clients’ evolution to implement more data-driven decisions makes them thought leaders within their company and industry. We believe analytics is coming of age and expect substantially more growth as we expand our client partnerships to solve their tough decision challenges.”
About Fractal Analytics
We believe analytics is critical to deeply connect with consumers to earn customer loyalty, make better incremental decisions, and ultimately improve lives. Fortune 500 companies partner with Fractal to solve problems with breakthrough analytic solutions, set up analytical centers of excellence, and drive the implementation of data driven decisioning.
We help businesses: (a) Understand, predict and influence consumer behavior; (b) Improve marketing, pricing, supply chain, risk and claims management; (c) Harmonize data, visualize information, build dashboards and forecast business performance.