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The State of B2B Tech in New York in 2018

“New York City: the center of the universe,” sings Angel in the hit broadway musical, “RENT.” And cliche as that statement can be, it has merit.

New York City has long served as the United States’ starting point for trends and innovations. It was, for a long time, the first port of call for those emigrating to the U.S., who brought with them their cultures and belief systems, melding their old worlds with the new.

It is a city in tune with European culture, taking cues from faraway fashion moguls, authors and filmmakers. It is the birthplace of the Harlem Renaissance and modern dance, as well as an original breeding ground for jazz.

There is no one word or phrase that can be used to describe a New Yorker, save maybe that phrase itself: a New Yorker, original and true. Native city-dwellers are uniquely innovative, breathing in the same air as the rest of the world, and breathing out something magnificently their own.

This second-largest city in the world has had similar patterns in the tech industry, watching its counterparts closely and taking from their successes and failures.

“The New York tech scene is starting to resemble the traditional New York economy. Companies and investors aren’t looking to make thousands of bets on failed companies in hopes [of] finding one mega-unicorn,” Josh Kleyman said in a Forbes article originally seen on Quora. “Instead, we’re seeing a shift towards cash cow companies that make money instead of noise.”

The city’s tech scene — like many of their startups — is in a growth stage, expanding both physically and in regards to the industry genres within each borough. Experts share their opinions on potential 2018 growth on AlleyWatch, predicting changes such as the growth of health tech, and the fragmentation of AI platforms.

“The Frightful Five (Amazon, Facebook, Google, Apple and MSFT, as the New York Times coined them), will continue expanding their reach across industries, causing businesses to be wary of entrusting their data to these tech behemoths,” Matt Zeiler, of Clarifi, said. “These fears will incentivize businesses to host data on independent platforms and providers, supercharging the advancement of AI + data companies and ecosystems.”

Additionally, Kleyman asserts in his Forbes piece that there is a lack of separation between industries and their technology exhibited in NYC, saying that “AdTech is just becoming the advertising industry, ConstructionTech is just becoming construction, and EntertainmentTech is just becoming entertainment. This change is showcasing the maturity, and most importantly, the success and stability of technology in New York.”

In a city where neighboring apartments pile hundreds of stories high; where rush-hour train commuters can frequently only find space in the armpit of a fellow passenger; where crosswalks are simply a suggestion for the millions rushing throughout city streets; it’s no wonder, then, that the city’s tech scene would become another interconnected, blended form of life and culture.


Interested in a more in-depth look and firsthand commentary on the tech industry in New York City? Check out Built In NYC for articles on NYC tech news and job market information.


Tech as a whole is all-encompassing, diverse and constantly progressing. So while the following section — which strives to point out trends about the B2B tech space in all five of New York’s boroughs — may seem unnecessary and perhaps a bit fatiguing, we thought it fitting to properly pay tribute to as much of this bustling city as possible.

New York City/Manhattan

You know a tech scene is worth noting when it has its own nickname — welcome to the Silicon Alley. As Fergal Gallagher of Built In NYC writes, the moniker first arose in the mid-’90s, referring to “the wave of new media tech startups that were located around the Flatiron neighborhood of Manhattan near Madison Square Park.” The Manhattan tech haven nearly died out in the early 2000s with the dot com crash, but saw a revival in 2003. Since then, the New York tech scene has exploded, with Manhattan at its beating heart. Silicon Alley is now home to tech giants such as Tumblr and Buzzfeed.

Brooklyn

According to Inc Magazine’s in-depth article about the state of the New York tech scene, startups have “Brooklyn and New Jersey, as well … Jet.com is in Hoboken, and Audible just moved to Newark, New Jersey.” Not to mention, Brooklyn has a self-identified “Tech Triangle,” which is made up of downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard. In 2015, Brooklyn’s Tech Triangle had an overall economic impact of $5.3 billion, surmised Metro, an online publication geared toward education young professionals. Built in NYC even has a whole section that spotlights Brooklyn startups.

Queens/Long Island

Queens is showing itself to be a contender for the next hub of New York City’s tech scene. This borough has more affordable real estate than the more traditionally prominent Brooklyn and Manhattan. Organizations that set up shop in this area can drastically cost their costs. Queens also finds a large talent pool within its vast and diverse population. Tech organizations are seeing the benefits — the coworking space titan WeWork moved into Queens in 2016. Currently, some influencers are even making arguments as to why Amazon should open up its next office in Queens.

The Bronx

Forbes Magazine recounted a Quora contributor’s answer to “what is the tech scene in New York like in 2017?” To sum up, the contributor discussed the creeping expansion of the New Yorkian tech industry: “The tech industry, originally locked in the few blocks surrounding 23rd street (Silicon Alley), has expanded up north to Harlem and the Bronx, as well as out to Queens, and even to entirely new developments in Brooklyn. Each region has its focus … social good enterprises setting up in Harlem and the Bronx.” This makes sense, once you take a look at MetaBronx. MetaBronx is one of the Bronx’s first startup accelerators, and it’s got a very focused mission: they specifically support tech startups owned and operated by women and people of color.

Staten Island

Four years ago, Crain’s published a piece where it posited the potential for Staten Island’s North Shore to leverage its not-terribly-expensive commercial space and history of broadband infrastructure. In a seemingly dreams-finally-coming-true press release, Cision reported in early January 2017 that, “The North Shore of Staten Island is becoming a burgeoning center of technology innovation in New York City, led by the efforts of the CUNY College of Staten Island (CSI) Technology Incubator … The CSI Tech Incubator is poised to have Staten Island lay claim to the economic development of the technology sector, deepening the borough’s integration with the fabric of the City’s technology ecosystem.” It may finally be the time for Staten Island to become the harbinger and source of all internet of things. Oh, and one more thing: in June 2016, Telehouse, a global data center provider with a campus on Staten Island, hosted the very first Staten Island B2B Expo, cheekily named “Beyond the Ferry.”

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Note: Only software vendors on G2 Crowd with headquarters currently in the NYC area are included in graph.

NEW YORK TECH LEADERS ON THE CITY’S TECH SCENE

Hive

“The emerging tech industry in New York is an amazing tight-knit community that benefits from the incredible diversity this city has to offer. We came from Silicon Valley to New York to build this business and it has proven to be the right decision.”
— Toland Lawrence, Digital Marketer at Hive

Newswire

“There are so many great companies that call New York home, especially in the tech space. We feel that being surrounded by such phenomenal innovation and passion make us a stronger competitor in our market. While the evolution of our platform has been born out of need in the PR space, its the ability to listen to our clients and deliver what fills those needs is what has allowed us to continue to keep them.”
— Anthony Santiago, Newswire Director of Marketing

We have compiled data on the state of the New York B2B tech scene that includes all of the top-rated products on G2 Crowd which have parent companies headquartered in New York. Our list is ranked by user satisfaction of a company’s top-rated product. To qualify, a product was required to have at least 10 verified user reviews.

For each qualifying product, we created a company profile to recognize what that company is and does, as well as give a little insight into its history. The data relies on G2 Crowd’s more than 300,000 B2B software and services reviews, or from public data sources such as LinkedIn, Crunchbase or each vendor’s website.


New York Tech Companies

Outgrow1. Outgrow
Product: Outgrow
Category: Content Marketing
City: New York
Founded: 2016
Employees: 44

Outgrow is a marketing platform that utilizes feature-packed calculators and quizzes to engage with prospects, ultimately turning them into customers. The product is made up of drag-and-drop builders, which can be customized according to the look of an organization’s branding. Outgrow also collects data about the users who used the calculator or quiz made through the platform. In addition to companies being able to embed Outgrow either directly into their site or as a pop-up, Outgrow easily integrates with a number of sales and marketing tools.

Total Reviews: 75
Categories: Content Marketing
Average Company Size: 89% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Outgrow reviewers rated the tool’s content curation (99%), internal communication (99%), audience targeting (98%), distribution features (98%) and editing and approval tools (98%) as its five top-rated features.
Total Funding: N/A
Funding Rounds: N/A
Number of Investors: N/A
Mission Statement: “We are trying to reinvent marketing.”

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abacus2. Abacus Labs
Product: Abacus
Category: Expense Management
City: New York
Founded: 2013
Employees: 24

With an impressive 776 reviews on G2 Crowd, Abacus is a High Performer in the expense management category and a leader within our New York-based products. Abacus has a mobile app that eases the process of employees submitting expenses on-the-go; just as handily, Abacus has a Slack integration, which sends reminders and notifications through the messaging application. On the business management side of things, Abacus facilitates the configuration of expense policy rules to monitor expense report submissions and set granular auto-approvals, routes expenses to the correct approver, tracks and learns custom expense data, and even provides a dashboard that tracks real-time corporate card spending. Abacus received a High Performer badge in the Fall 2017 Expense Management Grid® Report.

Total Reviews: 776
Categories: Expense Management
Average Company Size: 49% of reviewers work for a mid-size company (50 to 1,000 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Abacus reviewers rated the tool’s ease of creating expense reports (94%), employee reimbursement (94%), electronic payments (94%) and receipt capture (94%) as its four top-rated features.
Total Funding: $3,500,000
Funding Rounds: 3
Number of Investors: 17 (FundersClub, Y Combinator, QueensBridge Venture Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, Sherpalo Ventures, General Catalyst, GV, CF, Lunch Van Fund, Homebrew, 645 Ventures, Slack)
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invision3. InVision
Product: InVision
Category: Prototyping
City: New York
Founded: 2011
Employees: 488

InVision is a powerful design prototyping tool that is also easy to use. The product has a feature called “Boards,” which are flexible whiteboard spaces where users can store and collaborate about design ideas – both internally and externally. The product also has a feature called “Freehand,” which is essentially a design and wireframe module that can be shared amongst team members in real time. InVision simplifies and streamlines development workflow via stylesheets that can generate code for any design element. In February 2017, the company was named one of the Top Company Cultures of 2017 by Entrepreneur and CultureIQ.

Total Reviews: 460
Categories: Prototyping
Average Company Size: 52% of reviewers work for a small business 50 or fewer employees).
Total Funding: $235,200,000
Funding Rounds: 7
Number of Investors: 12 (FirstMark, Oxygen Capital Partners, LLC, Tiger Global Management, Accel Partners, ICONIQ Capital, Geodesic Capital, Battery Ventures, Spark Capital)
Mission Statement: “We help companies of all sizes unlock the power of design-driven product development.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars – based on 103 reviews

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conductor4. Conductor
Product: Conductor Searchlight
Category: SEO
City: New York
Founded: 2008
Employees: 237

Conductor Searchlight is an SEO effectiveness platform; that is, it analyzes and reveals trends and topics when users search for content. With Conductor, marketers can continuously measure and refine SEO and other content marketing efforts, based on insights drawn from the search rankings and performance opportunities. Conductor Searchlight received a High Performer badge in the Fall 2017 SEO Grid® Report. In November 2017, the company was named one of the Best Places to Work in NYC by Crain’s.

Total Reviews: 55
Categories: SEO
Average Company Size: 50% of reviewers work for a mid-size company (50 to 1,000 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Conductor Searchlight reviewers rated the tool’s SERP Rank Tracking (95%) and keyword analysis (93%) as its two top-rated features.
Total Funding: $60,648,126
Funding Rounds: 3
Number of Investors: 6 (Matrix Partners, FirstMark, Investor Growth Capital Limited, Blue Cloud Ventures, Catalyst Investors)
Mission Statement: “Creating change by fueling the success of champions.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars – based on 62 reviews

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robly5. Robly
Product: Robly
Category: Email Marketing
City: New York
Founded: 2011
Employees: 23

With an impressive 629 reviews on G2 Crowd, Robly is a High Performer in the email marketing category and a leader within our New York-based products. Robly is an email marketing tool that uses OpenGen technology to boost open rates, grow contact lists, optimize email campaigns, and intelligently automate email sends. The solution also provides a multitude of customizable templates and tracks opens, click rates and mobile views. Robly received a High Performer badge in the Fall 2017 Email Marketing Grid® Report.

Total Reviews: 629
Categories: Email Marketing
Average Company Size: 83% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Robly reviewers rated the tool’s high-volume sending (94%) and sending outbound emails (94%) as its two top-rated features.
Total Funding: N/A
Funding Rounds: N/A
Number of Investors: N/A
Mission Statement: “At Robly, we strive to create an enduring company where our people are highly motivated to create great products. We believe that if you make the choice to be great every day, the rest will take care of itself.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars – based on 25 reviews

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newswire6. Newswire
Product: Newswire
Category: Press Release Distribution
City: New York
Founded: 2004
Employees: 25

Newswire simplifies the distribution and tracking of press releases to both traditional and digital media outlets. The platform includes a newsroom (which centralizes PR content into a singular database), tiers of distribution plans, and analytics (which measures, among other things, open rates and view locations). Newswire’s tiered pricing plans offers distribution to specific outlets and increased number of included media outreach contacts.

Total Reviews: 37
Categories: Press Release Distribution
Average Company Size: 76% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Total Funding: N/A
Funding Rounds: N/A
Number of Investors: N/A
Mission Statement: “Press release distribution at Newswire helps you create buzz, increase online visibility, and drive website traffic.”

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newsire-quote“At Newswire, our clients are our best asset. The feedback that they bring to our discussions and team are what ensure that we never lose focus on what brings value to our platform. We are tremendously humbled by the recognition of our clients and look forward to the continued opportunity for our platform to play a role in making them successful”

Anthony Santiago, Newswire Director of Marketing


mongo7. MongoDB
Product: MongoDB
Category: Document Databases
City: New York
Founded: 2007 (NASDAQ: MDB)
Employees: 1,028

MongoDB is a general purpose database platform, designed to unleash the power of software and data for developers and their created applications. MongoDB leverages NoSQL to build on the existing foundation of relational databases so that organizations can effectively run mission critical applications. There are several strains of MongoDB: Cloud Manager, MongoDB Atlas, MongoDB Stitch, MongoDB Professional, and MongoDB Enterprise Advanced, all of which help run and provide support for developers utilizing the solution. The tool was also named one of the best free database software options of 2017.

Total Reviews: 175
Categories: Document Databases
Average Company Size: 38% of reviewers work for an enterprise company (1,000 or more employees).
Highest-Rated Features: MongoDB reviewers rated the tool’s availability (90%) and scalability (89%) as its two top-rated features.
Total Funding: $311,000,000
Funding Rounds: 10
Number of Investors: 14 (Union Square Ventures, Flybridge Capital Partners, Sequoia Capital, New Enterprise Associates, In-Q-Tel, Intel Capital, Red Hat, T. Rowe Price, Dell Technologies Capital, Salesforce Ventures, Altimeter Capital, Fidelity Investments, Goldman Sachs, EquityZen)
Mission Statement: “MongoDB unleashes the power of software and data for innovators everywhere.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars – based on 182 reviews

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pipedrive8. Pipedrive
Product: Pipedrive
Category: CRM
City: New York
Founded: 2010
Employees: 307

With an impressive 581 reviews on G2 Crowd, Pipedrive is both a Leader in the CRM category and a leader within our New York-based products. Pipedrive is a sales management tool specifically built for small sales teams. With Pipedrive’s visual pipeline, sales managers can track deals and conversations, forecast accurately, and plan accordingly. Sales professionals can easily navigate and customize the CRM solution to better organize their contacts and prospects. Additionally, Pipedrive’s Marketplace provides applications that easily integrate with solutions like Asana, MailChimp, Trello, and Yesware. Pipedrive received a Leader badge in the Fall 2017 CRM Grid® Report. In July 2017, Pipedrive won the 2017 SalesTech award for best Sales Pipeline Management product.

Total Reviews: 581
Categories: CRM
Average Company Size: 73% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Pipedrive reviewers rated the tool’s opportunity and pipeline management (90%) and performance and reliability (90%) as its two top-rated features.
Other Products: Pipedrive Dealbot, Pipedrive CRM for Sales for G Suite
Total Funding: $31,203,107
Funding Rounds: 7
Number of Investors: 17 (AngelPad, TMT Investments, Satori Capital, Storm Ventures, Fresco Capital, Rembrandt Venture Partners, monashees, Paua Ventures, BluePointe Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Atomico)
Mission Statement: N/A

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars – based on 36 reviews

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harvest9. Harvest
Product: Harvest
Category: Time Tracking
City: New York
Founded: 2006
Employees: 72

With an impressive 235 reviews on G2 Crowd, Harvest is a High Performer in the time tracking category and a leader within our New York-based products. For those businesses who rely on time tracking and timesheets to complete projects, estimate or ensure ROI, or simply track the productivity of each team member, Harvest is a helpful tool. Additionally, Harvest turns timesheet data into reports filled with actionable business insights. Freelancers and small businesses most benefit from the web-based software, but any-sized business can leverage Harvest. Harvest received a High Performer badge in the Fall 2016 Time Tracking Grid® Report.

Total Reviews: 235
Categories: Time Tracking
Average Company Size: 75% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Harvest reviewers rated the tool’s time tracking (95%), performance and reliability (94%) and ease of completing timesheets (94%) as its three top-rated features.
Total Funding: Unknown
Funding Rounds: 1
Number of Investors: Unknown
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articulate10. Articulate
Product: Articulate Storyline
Category: Course Authoring
City: New York
Founded: 2002
Employees: 186

With Articulate 360 Storyline, online course creators can easily create their entire training or other e-learning course, which will automatically be optimized to any tablet or mobile device the student accesses the course on. Storyline’s courses are interactive but don’t require coding to make engaging screencast video, simulations, or slides. Articulate Storyline received a Leader badge in the Summer 2016 Course Authoring Grid® Report. Storyline is a part of Articulate 360, a suite of solutions that simplifies and makes more efficient every aspect of e-learning course development.

Total Reviews: 193
Categories: Course Authoring
Average Company Size: 43% of reviewers work for an enterprise company (1,000 or more employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Articulate Storyline reviewers rated the tool’s internationalization (98%) and content creation (93%) as its two top-rated features.
Other Products: View all Articulate products
Total Funding: N/A
Funding Rounds: N/A
Number of Investors: N/A
Mission Statement: “We’re committed to making e-learning development as easy as possible, expanding access to life-changing training globally. “

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars – based on 46 reviews

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cloudberry11. CloudBerry Lab
Product: CloudBerry Backup
Category: Backup
City: New York
Founded: 2008
Employees: 53

CloudBerry Backup is a backup and disaster recovery solution based in the cloud. The solution integrates with major public cloud services such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. That means that while CloudBerry Backup itself doesn’t offer backup storage, it does provide secure backup storage with online storage providers. Users can access CloudBerry Backup on any operating system: Windows, Mac and Linux.

Total Reviews: 90
Categories: Backup
Average Company Size: 76% of reviewers work for a small business (less than 50 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: CloudBerry Backup reviewers rated the tool’s scheduled backups (95%), data encryption (94%) and storage formats (94%) as its three top-rated features.
Total Funding: N/A
Funding Rounds: N/A
Number of Investors: N/A
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cloudberry-quote“New York is an established technology hub and an international melting pot with access to great talent. We’re happy to call it home. Our CloudBerry team has works tirelessly to create the powerful, flexible, and cost-efficient backup products that our customers love to use to protect their valuable business and personal data. Our focus has always been on our customers, and getting a top rating from them is gratifying. We’re excited to continue growing and innovating in New York to create some of the industry’s most flexible and innovative backup products.”

David Gugick, VP Product Management at CloudBerry


brainscape12. Brainscape
Product: Brainscape
Category: Study Tools
City: New York
Founded: 2011
Employees: 19

Brainscape is an education platform that utilizes digital flashcards to reinvent the way that people study and absorb knowledge. Flashcards can be made about any subject or training purpose and be accessed via web browser or mobile application. Students and employees can browse existing flashcards created by teachers and organizations, easily create flashcards for their own use, and collaborate with classmates and colleagues. Teachers and managers can create flashcards, track users’ progress and monitor overall levels of engagement.

Total Reviews: 154
Categories: Study Tools
Average Company Size: 55% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Total Funding: $2,000,000
Funding Rounds: 2
Number of Investors: 4 (Scout Ventures, Structure Fund, Indicator Ventures)
Mission Statement: “Our mission is to create a smarter world by simplifying and accelerating the learning process.”

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libris13. PhotoShelter
Product: Libris
Category: Digital Asset Management
City: New York
Founded: 2005
Employees: 110

With an impressive 204 reviews on G2 Crowd, Libris is both a Leader in the digital asset management category and a leader within our New York-based products. Libris is a digital asset management platform that is built for visual media. The company built Libris to be simple and fast, as well as to empower teams and organizations of any size to store, organize, and share their visual and creative assets. Libris is cloud-based and flexible, with built-in enterprise search capabilities and unlimited admin access rights. Libris received a Leader badge in the Fall 2017 Digital Asset Management Grid® Report.

Total Reviews: 204
Categories: Digital Asset Management
Average Company Size: 41% of reviewers work for a mid-size company (50 to 1,000 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Libris reviewers rated the tool’s images (95%), performance and reliability (91%) and expiration (91%) as its three top-rated features.
Other Products: PhotoShelter
Total Funding: $4,200,000
Funding Rounds: 1
Number of Investors: 1 (General Catalyst)
Mission Statement: “We believe that visual media is the world’s most powerful communication vehicle.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars – based on 5 reviews

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digitalocean14. DigitalOcean
Product: DigitalOcean
Category: Infrastructure as a Service
City: New York
Founded: 2011
Employees: 382

With 140 reviews on G2 Crowd, Digital Ocean is both a Leader in the infrastructure as a service category and a leader within our New York-based products. DigitalOcean helps organizations effortlessly manage their infrastructure and control their virtual server. With DigitalOcean, engineering teams can quickly build, test and deploy applications at scale. The platform can integrate with existing DevOps tools in addition to providing an API and open-source libraries that developers can leverage. DigitalOcean received a Leader badge in the Fall 2017 Infrastructure as a Service Grid® Report.

Total Reviews: 140
Categories: Infrastructure as a Service, Virtual Private Servers
Average Company Size: 75% of reviewers work for a small business (less than 50 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: DigitalOcean reviewers rated the tool’s networking (97%), maintenance (97%) and security 94%) as its three top-rated features.
Total Funding: $305,405,800
Funding Rounds: 8
Number of Investors: 16 (Right Side Capital Management, Techstars, IA Ventures, CF, Trinity Capital Investment, Fortress Investment Group, Access Technology Ventures, Access Technology, KeyBanc Capital Markets, Pacific Western Bank, Webster Bank, HSBC Bank, East West Bank, Barclays Investment Bank, Opus Bank, EquityZen)
Mission Statement: “To create a cloud that developers love.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 3.9 out of 5 stars – based on 43 reviews

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skubana15. Skubana
Product: Skubana
Category: ERP Systems
City: New York
Founded: 2013
Employees: 24

Skubana is an all-in-one ERP systems portal that synchronizes, optimizes and simplifies the operations of e-commerce businesses. Through the automation of tedious but necessary aspects of e-commerce operations, merchants can focus on growing their business. Skubana provides analytics, order fulfillment and inventory management for high-volume merchants. Additionally, the platform integrates with a large number of e-commerce marketplaces, shipping providers and shopping carts.

Total Reviews: 32
Categories: ERP Systems
Average Company Size: 91% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Total Funding: $750,000
Funding Rounds: 1
Number of Investors: 1 (unknown)
Mission Statement: “Skubana’s mission is to shatter these notions of fragmented solutions and provide sellers something they’ve never had or experienced before: a centralized platform with a single source of truth for all your data and operations.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars – based on 2 reviews

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dovetale16. Dovetale
Product: Dovetale
Category: Influencer Marketing
City: New York
Founded: 2016
Employees: 5

With Dovetale, marketers can more easily find influencers that are either relevant to their brand or are already engaged with their brand. The Dovetale platform matches influencers with brands and agencies through photo-matching; that is, it scours the web to find influencers who post similar content to those brands in search of influencers. In addition, users can monitor the market, better segment audiences and extract insights about the impact of campaigns. In this way, any company of any size can leverage Dovetale.

Total Reviews: 27
Categories: Influencer Marketing
Average Company Size: 56% of reviewers work for a small business (less than 50 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Dovetale reviewers rated the tool’s influencer analytics (96%), audience analysis (95%), influencer segmentation (95%), influencer collaboration (95%), reporting and dashboards (95%) and data importing and exporting tools (95%) as its six top-rated features.
Total Funding: $500,000
Funding Rounds: 1
Number of Investors: 1 (unknown)
Mission Statement: “Dovetale is changing the way that brands and agencies work with influencers and creators.”

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dovetale-quote“At Dovetale, our team is focused on providing the best product and experience to our customers. With the help of G2 Crowd, we’re able to get direct feedback from our customers and adapt our product accordingly. We’re excited to be recognized as a leader in a flourishing tech scene in NYC.”

Matt Schmidt, Product Manager at Dovetale


sisense17. Sisense
Product: Sisense
Category: Business Intelligence Platforms
City: New York
Founded: 2004
Employees: 403

With 120 reviews on G2 Crowd, Sisense is both a Leader in the business intelligence platforms category and a leader within our New York-based products. Sisense is an agile business intelligence platform that can easily be used by both data analysts and business-minded end users. With Sisense, organizations can better manage enormous amounts of disparate data through customized queries and visual dashboards. Sisense received Leader badges in the Winter 2018 Business Intelligence Platforms and Embedded Business Intelligence Grid® Reports. In July 2017, Sisense was named the best business intelligence tool and platform of 2017 in the 2017 Business Technology CODie Awards.

Total Reviews: 120
Categories: Business Intelligence Platforms, Embedded Business Intelligence
Average Company Size: 55% of reviewers work for a mid-size company (50 to 1,000 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Sisense reviewers rated the tool’s scorecards (89%), dashboards (89%) and data visualization (89%) as its three top-rated features.
Total Funding: $94,000,000
Funding Rounds: 4
Number of Investors: 8 (Genesis Partners, Opus Capital, Battery Ventures, DFJ Growth, The Explorer Group, RTP Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners)
Mission Statement: “Sisense simplifies business analytics for complex data, giving business users should be able to freely prepare, analyze and explore their data, without relying on a patchwork of tools or extensive IT assistance – even, and especially, in complex scenarios.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.0 out of 5 stars – based on 77 reviews

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sisense-quote“Sisense is in the transparency business; we give companies powerful tools to uncover new insights and breakthroughs that are buried in their data. Sisense also points those same, powerful lenses at itself to easily see new and better ways to deliver value to customers. Our inclusion as a leader in this year’s G2Crowd’s State of B2B New York City Tech report is proof of that dedication to our clients and we are honored to be included.”

Amir Orad, CEO at Sisense


sizmek18. Sizmek
Product: Sizmek
Category: Cross-Channel Advertising
City: New York
Founded: 1999 (NASDAQ: SZMK)
Employees: 989

With an impressive 230 reviews on G2 Crowd, Sizmek is both a Leader in the cross-channel advertising category and a leader within our New York-based products. Sizmek is an independent ad server and works to harness the data of organizations for the purpose of creating personal, impactful advertising. Sizmek uses the power of AI to optimize targeted messages and impressions across multiple social media channels and types. Additionally, the platform’s AI can identify insights that can be turned into actionable intelligence. Sizmek received Leader badges in the Fall 2017 Cross-Channel Advertising, the Fall 2017 Video Advertising, the Spring 2017 Display Advertising, and the Spring 2017 Mobile Advertising Grid® Reports.

Total Reviews: 230
Categories: Cross-Channel Advertising, Display Advertising, Mobile Advertising, Searching Advertising, Video Advertising
Average Company Size: 45% of reviewers work for a mid-size company (50 to 1,000 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Sizmek reviewers rated the tool’s ad and conversion tracking (86%) and ad creation and editing (85%) as its two top-rated features.
Total Funding: $40,000,000
Funding Rounds: 3
Number of Investors: 3 (Insight Venture Partners, Cubit Investments, BRM Capital)
Mission Statement: N/A

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 3.0 out of 5 stars – based on 82 reviews

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justworks19. Justworks
Product: Justworks
Category: Core HR
City: New York
Founded: 2012
Employees: 296

With 44 reviews on G2 Crowd, Justworks is a High Performer in the core HR category and a leader within our New York-based products. With all-in-one Justworks, companies can minimize or eliminate the back-end complexities of running their business. Justworks automates payroll as well as streamlines daily HR responsibilities like onboarding new employees, managing PTO, and supporting government paperwork. Justworks received High Performer badges in the Fall 2017 Core HR and Fall 2017 Payroll Grid® Reports. In February 2017, the company was named one of the Top Company Cultures of 2017 by Entrepreneur and CultureIQ.

Total Reviews: 44
Categories: Core HR, Payroll, Benefits Administration
Average Company Size: 86% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Justworks reviewers rated the tool’s mobile benefits access (100%), wage garnishment (100%), scalability (99%) and direct deposit (99%) as its four top-rated features.
Total Funding: $53,000,000
Funding Rounds: 4
Number of Investors: 7 (LocalGlobe, Index Ventures, Thrive Capital, Thayer Street Partners, Bain Capital Ventures, Redpoint)
Mission Statement: “Justworks frees entrepreneurs to focus on what matters: building their business and creating great places to work.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars – based on 85 reviews

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vbout20. Vbout.com
Product: Vbout.com
Category: Marketing Automation
City: New York
Founded: 2013
Employees: 21

Vbout is a marketing automation platform that increases the efficiency of businesses. With Vbout, marketers can create complete sales funnels, build customer journeys, and generate in-depth user profiles. Marketers can easily personalize email marketing campaigns via Vbout’s templates and then track their performance. Additionally, Vbout offers social media management capability. Vbout.com received a High Performer badge in the Fall 2017 Marketing Automation Grid® Report.

Total Reviews: 49
Categories: Marketing Automation
Average Company Size: 75% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Vbout.com reviewers rated the tool’s sending outbound emails (100%), lead scoring and grading (99%), manage email deliverability (99%) and data import and export tools (99%) as its four top-rated features.
Total Funding: Unknown
Funding Rounds: 1
Number of Investors: Unknown
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vbout-quote“The simple formula of working hard, listening to client’s feedback and learning from the best is proven to position anyone as leaders in their industry. As the CEO of Vbout i would like to thank the VBOUT team who is constantly pushing the envelope of hard work and ethics, as well as our loyal clients who’s feedback and support make us a world class product. We have an exciting roadmap ahead and we vouch to make marketing, fun and easy.”

Richard Fallah, CEO at Vbout.com


information21. Information Builders
Product: Information Builders WebFOCUS
Category: Business Intelligence Platforms
City: New York
Founded: 1975
Employees: 1,898

With 85 reviews on G2 Crowd, Information Builders WebFOCUS is both a Leader in the business intelligence platforms category and a leader within our New York-based products. One of Information Builders’ solutions is WebFOCUS, a self-service business intelligence platform. With WebFOCUS, organizations can strategically deal with data, turning data into actionable insight. Additionally, the product is IT-friendly, which helps with ensuring security and scalability across time and function. WebFOCUS received Leader badges in the Winter 2018 Business Intelligence Platforms and Self-Service Business Grid® Reports.

Total Reviews: 85
Categories: Business Intelligence Platforms, Self-Service Business Intelligence, Enterprise Search, Predictive Analytics
Average Company Size: 59% of reviewers work for an enterprise company (more than 1,000 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: WebFOCUS reviewers rated the tool’s analysis (90%), user, role, and access management (89%) and data mining (89%) as its three top-rated features.
Other Products: Omni-Gen Data Management Platform (including iWay integration tools)
Total Funding: N/A
Funding Rounds: N/A
Number of Investors: N/A
Mission Statement: “To help our customers create actionable analytics, based on trusted data, for all their users. And we mean everybody.”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 3.7 out of 5 stars – based on 216 reviews

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acuity22. Acuity Scheduling
Product: Acuity Scheduling
Category: Online Appointment Scheduling
City: New York
Founded: 2006
Employees: 23

Acuity Scheduling is an online appointment scheduling solution that any business can utilize. The solution is actually an online assistant, available 24/7 to make the most of your organization’s internal and client-facing calendars. Acuity is simple, automatically adjusts for time zones, and collects client information in one singular place. Acuity integrates with tools like Xero, Squarespace, Stripe and GoToMeeting.

Total Reviews: 48
Categories: Online Appointment Scheduling
Average Company Size: 87% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Total Funding: N/A
Funding Rounds: N/A
Number of Investors: N/A
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hive23. Hive
Product: Hive
Category: Project Management
City: New York
Founded: 2015
Employees: 15

Hive is transparent project management. With Hive, organizations can have a 360-degree view of operations as well as full visibility into project statuses. Hive helps team communicate with its messaging platform, which can be divided into groups, direct messages or automated update notifications. The solution allows for easy access to Box, Dropbox and Google Drive files. Hive received a High Performer badge in the Fall 2017 Team Collaboration Grid® Report.

Total Reviews: 32
Categories: Project Management, Team Collaboration
Average Company Size: 56% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Hive reviewers rated the tool’s status updates (96%), instant messaging (96%), discussions (96%), file sharing (96%) and performance and reliability (96%) as its five top-rated features.
Total Funding: $5,400,000
Funding Rounds: 2
Number of Investors: 4 (AngelPad, Tribeca Venture Partners, Rembrandt Venture Partners, Vocap Investment Partners)
Mission Statement: “Stop your team working across 5 different tools. Join Hive.”

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hive-quote“So incredibly proud to be recognized and grateful to the customers that have entrusted their business to us. In 2018, we will double down and work even harder to continue building the collaboration platform of the future.”

Toland Lawrence, Digital Marketer at Hive


digimind24. Digimind
Product: Digimind Social
Category: Social Media Suites
City: New York
Founded: 1998
Employees: 242

Digimind provides social media analytics for businesses; the platform listens and monitors across social media channels, to gather insight which can then fuel or alter business strategy. Through the collected data, businesses can pivot and accelerate towards digital transformation, conquering the market. Digimind Digimind has two products: Digimind Social and Digimind Intelligence, a sales intelligence product focused on how the data gathered through Digimind Social can be used for sales and ensuring the health of a business. Digimind Social received a High Performer badge in the Winter 2018 Social Media Suites, Winter 2018 Social Media Monitoring, and Winter 2018 Social Media Analytics Grid® Reports.

Total Reviews: 137
Categories: Social Media Suites, Social Media Monitoring, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Management
Average Company Size: 42% of reviewers work for a small business (50 or fewer employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Digimind Social reviewers rated the tool’s social listening (91%), report exporting (91%) and performance and reliability (91%) as its three top-rated features.
Other Products: Digimind Intelligence
Total Funding: N/A
Funding Rounds: N/A
Number of Investors: N/A
Mission Statement: N/A
Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars – based on 54 reviews
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hive-quote“Digimind is thrilled to be a leading B2B tech company, according to G2Crowd user reviews! In a world of data overload, Digimind’s social listening solution goes beyond data, to surface the right insights about brand reputation, consumer insights, and market trends to empower any business stakeholder to make better business decisions.”
Paul Vivant, CEO at Digimind


greenhouse25. Greenhouse
Product: Greenhouse

Category: Applicant Tracking Systems

City: New York, NY
Founded: 2012

Employees: 14

With an impressive 117 reviews on G2 Crowd, Greenhouse is both a Leader in the applicant tracking systems category and a leader within our New York-based products. It offers features such as candidate searching, social sourcing and job posting. It hopes to help companies not only find talent fast, but find talent that fits. The company began with CEO Daniel Chait picking brains of other CEOs around the country, coming to the conclusion that recruiting and hiring were top issues. Reviewers say Greenhouse helps them run tighter strategies, as well as do away with manual or paper processes.

Total Reviews: 117
Categories: Applicant Tracking System, Onboarding
Average Company Size: 74% of reviewers work for a Mid-Market company (51-1000 employees).
Highest-Rated Features: Greenhouse reviewers rated the tool’s Applicant Tracking (92%) and Screening and Percentages (91%) as its two top-rated features.
Total Funding: $60,130,270
Funding Rounds: 6
Number of Investors: 14 (See all investors)
Mission Statement: “Great recruiting requires effort. (It doesn’t have to be painful, though.)”

Glassdoor Employee Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars – based on 86 reviews

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OTHER B2B NYC TECH COMPANIES

While we recognized only the 25 best-reviewed software exports from New York, there are still an abundance of other B2B tech companies impacting the region’s tech scene. Here’s a rundown of other New York B2B software companies with their founded dates and total funding.

VendorProductEmployeesFounded
99 Robots99 Robots5n/a
AcadacaAcadaca802002
AcceleWeb, Inc.AcceleWeb Files1n/a
Accelify, LLCAcceliPLAN23n/a
ACD SystemsACDSee89n/a
AcrossSoftTemplateToaster12012
AdaptlyAdaptly762010
AddressyAddressy102016
AgencyPlatformAgencyPlatform1n/a
Alt LegalAlt Legal152013
AnimotoAnimoto1182006
AOLConvertro88622007
AppfiguresAppfigures15n/a
AppNexusAppNexus Console10512007
AppseeAppsee382012
AprenitaAprenita2n/a
ArchaioArchaio42n/a
ArkusCompliance Locker62010
AteraAtera452015
AvatureAvature4932005
Better World CollectiveBetter World Collective13n/a
BIScienceAdClarity432009
bitlybitly1762008
Bitochon TechnologiesBitochon Sales CRM Portal52004
BizSlateBizSlate13n/a
BizzaboBizzabo642011
BlogDash Inc.BlogDash2952010
BomboraBombora312014
Booker SoftwareBooker Software1982007
BrandYourself.comBrandYourself1082009
BrightLotJumpDrive8n/a
BuildbotBuildbot42003
CA TechnologiesCA Flowdock121211976
CapptureCappture102013
CartoDBCARTO1572008
Caylent Inc.Caylent72015
CellwizWireless Manager4n/a
CerosCeros1192013
Chainlink Relationship MarketingDatabase-Driven Email Marketing & Lead Generation7n/a
ChartbeatChartbeat812009
Chili PiperChili Piper8n/a
CircleBackCleanup Suite412009
Clear AnalyticsClear Analytics2n/a
ClickableClickable382006
ClickkyClickky81n/a
CodecademyCodecademy1712011
ContentlyContently2042010
ConversocialConversocial692009
ConvertMediaConvertMedia PACT43n/a
Critical MentionCritical Mention732002
CrowdtapCrowdtap782009
CrowdTwistCrowdTwist45n/a
CultureIQCultureIQ242013
CureMDCureMD Practice Management311997
CustoraCustora132011
CYBRA CorporationMarkMagic22n/a
Daddy Donkey LabsDaddy Analytics3n/a
DashlaneDashlane Business1262009
DataBatonOST To PST Converter4n/a
DatadogDatadog3592010
DatoramaDatorama2612012
DeloitteDeloitte Implementation Services2670031845
DesignNBuyDesign'N'Buy142009
DiligentDiligent Boards322n/a
DocuratedDocurated292012
DocuWareDocuWare1082016
DowJonesFactiva41071882
DropigeeSuperCell4n/a
DstilleryDstillery1702008
Dynamic YieldDynamic Yield1442011
EasyVistaEasyVista1881988
Educational NetworksSchoolSitePro29n/a
Effivity Technologies LLCMyEasyISO - ISO 9001 Software3n/a
ejobsitesoftware.comejobsitesoftware1n/a
ExperitureExperiture Marketing Platform72014
FingentReachOut157n/a
FingercheckFingercheck15n/a
FiverrFiverr132322010
Flapps Inc.Flapps Time Tracking4n/a
FlippingBookFlippingBook182004
Fog Creek SoftwareKiln342000
Frame.io IncFrame.io28130n/a
Funding GatesFunding Gates13n/a
General AssemblyGeneral Assembly2292n/a
Get FocusedGet Focused72013
GigaspacesCloudify912000
Greenhouse SoftwareGreenhouse2242012
GrovoGrovo1382010
Handshake Corp.Handshake492010
Hearst CorporationCore Audience16621887
Henry ScheinDentrix76771932
HeyBubble IncHeyBubble22012
Honey.isHoney102012
HudsonHudson RPO23222003
IgnitionOneIgnitionOne Platform3772004
inBOX25inBOX2582006
IncentFitIncentFit42013
INDATALYINDATALYn/an/a
IndicativeIndicative302013
Industrial Colorglobaledit722001
InfluxDBInfluxDB112012
InforInfor ERP157862002
Integrated Reporting is Simple LLCIRIS CRM102010
International Institute for LearningCAPM¨ Edge5071991
IntraleadsIntraleadsn/an/a
IntralinksIntralinks VIA8891996
iQorQeymetrics3233n/a
IrisVRIrisVR282014
ItemizeItemize142010
JobDivaJobDiva642003
JPMorgan ChaseWePay2475191871
Julius WorksJulius412016
KanzenKanzen12015
KnackKnack8n/a
LearnVestLearnVest1442009
LexisNexisLexisNexis Legal Research111141977
LivePersonLiveEngage12331995
LocalizeLocalize92013
LogCheckLogCheck14n/a
LogicalisLogicalis Enterprise Cloud1079n/a
Loop Enterpriseskarmasoft12002
Lua Technologies, Inc.Lua412010
LynkosLynkos92011
Madison LogicMadison Logic1122009
MailBakupMailBakup for Google Apps12014
MailifyMailify7n/a
MailigenMailigen302009
Mark43Cobalt40n/a
Marsh & McLennan CompaniesMercer82031871
McGraw-Hill EducationMcGraw-Hill Connect55391888
MediaMathMediaMath TerminalOne Marketing OSª7192007
MediaRadarMediaRadar1522006
MegalyticMegalytic42011
MobileROIMobileROI5n/a
Moment ZeroDashThis102013
MonetateMonetate1472008
NamelyNamely3692012
NasdaqMarketwired40691971
Next CallerNext Caller82012
NielsenNielsen23721n/a
NinjaCatNinjaCat412012
NopSecNopSec Unified VRM25n/a
NotablistNotablist1n/a
NTT Communications AmericaNTT America Data Center Services319n/a
NuxeoNuxeo Platform1362000
oneQubetweetchat222010
Open Source Matters, Inc.Joomla42005
OpenhourTimeTracker7n/a
Orders In Seconds, Inc.OIS iMobile9n/a
Outbrain Inc.Outbrain Amplify6582006
OutleadsOutleads32013
PeopleDocPeopleDoc502013
PepperiPepperi482006
PercolatePercolate2652011
PersadoPersado1072012
PhoneWagonPhoneWagon62017
Pica9, Inc.CampaignDrive262001
PowerlinxPowerlinx31n/a
Process StreetProcess Street212014
Project ExpeditionProject Expedition9n/a
PublishizerPublishizer102012
Pulse InsightsPulse Insightsn/an/a
PypestreamPypestream39n/a
PyroCMS, Inc.PyroCMS32008
Qnary LLCQnary212012
RADS MediaRADS4n/a
RallyverseRallyverse82010
RecruitiFiRecruitiFi28n/a
RelPro Inc.RelPro142009
RetensaRetensa341999
Return PathReturn Path5011999
RevalReval509n/a
S&P GlobalS&P Global Market Intelligence299271917
SailPlay, IncSailPlay Loyalty10n/a
SailthruSailthru Experience Center1842008
salesElementseProposals62003
ScanBiz Mobile SolutionsScanBizCards52009
SchoologySchoology3032009
SecdoSecdo592014
Self-Service CompanySelfservice Company28n/a
Send Word NowSend Word Now482001
SendPulseSendPulse432015
SERP ScanSERP Scann/an/a
ServiceChannelServiceChannel1781999
Shareablee IncShareablee512013
Shortlist.coShortlist6n/a
ShutterstockWebdam, a Shutterstock Company25472003
Skillful Communications, LLCBig Interview4n/a
SkillshareSkillshare1752010
SlideTeam Presentation ConsultantsEnterprise License SlideTeam PowerPoint Subscription22008
SmartlingSmartling1642009
SocialReport.comSocial Report112010
SplashSplash972011
SplititSplitit11n/a
SprinklrSprinklr17352009
SquarespaceSquarespace6412004
Squixa Pty Ltdsection.io9n/a
StatSocialStatSocial172012
Sterling BrandsSterling Brands1371992
Storm TradingSearchBergn/an/a
SumAllSumAll182011
SunriseSunrise9n/a
SyncanoSyncano19n/a
SynthesioSynthesio1362006
Taiga Agile, LLCTaiga92014
TaskworldTaskworld652012
TaykeyTaykey682009
TeachableTeachable182013
Tenorshare Co., Ltd.Windows Password Recovery Tool Ultimate6n/a
TeramindTeramind362014
TerraNuaMyComplianceOffice11n/a
That's Nice LLCniceinsight211995
Thomson ReutersWestlaw607162008
Trello, Inc.Trello Bot622014
Tremor VideoTremor Video3552005
TurnTo NetworksTurnTo342008
UnifiedUnified1342011
UnmetricUnmetric862011
VaronisVaronis DatAnswers745n/a
VerbalizeItVerbalizeIt86n/a
VibosoftVibosoft Android Mobile Manager2n/a
Videology, Inc.VideologyÕs Converged Advertising Software for Advertisers4102007
VilmaBookerlookern/an/a
VimVim41991
VimeoVimeo3842004
Vistar MediaVistar Media242011
WeSuiteWeSuite14n/a
WeWorkWeWork25942010
WSG Systems CorpEmpire SUITE14n/a
XaxisXaxis Triggers6572011
Yapp Inc.Yapp102010
YCD MultimediaCnario Digital Signage Suite56n/a
YextYext8182006
Yodle, Inc.Marketing Essentials11652005
YotpoYotpo2962011
YUZUYuzu92014
Zeta GlobalZetaCRM5582007
ZipmarkZipmark112010
zkipsterzkipster162009
ZoeyZoey13n/a

For any questions about the methodology or data included in this piece, or to request that your New York B2B tech company be added, please reach out to Editorial Team Lead Jakub Rudnik at jrudnik@g2crowd.com.

Editor’s Note: Goverlan, which previously appeared as the No. 5 vendor on this list, has been removed because its new headquarters is in Coral Gables, Florida.

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