Coupa's CEO Rob Bernshteyn named to the 2012 40 under 40 leaders and best of Silicon Valley.
Coupa’s customers span businesses of all sizes from across industries – from Rent-A-Center, Michaels Stores, Pandora, and Berkshire Bank, to Diagnostic Health, Williams Sonoma, and the leading global foodservice retailer in the world.
Coupa e-Procurement and Coupa Expense Management are built atop a common approval workflow model, and chart of accounts structure in the cloud, making it possible for companies to control indirect purchases and employee expenses from one system for the first time.
Rally® grew subscription revenue by 56% in FY 2012, achieving over a 60% compound annual revenue growth rate for the last four years.
Grew its paid user base by 58%, reaching 136,000 users across 116 countries. Rally’s customers span the Fortune 500, government, financial, healthcare, media and entertainment, technology, and telecommunications industries, including Betfair, Dun & Bradstreet, Getty Images, LAN Airlines, Level 3 Communications, McKesson, and Pearson.
Rally is currently expanding in high-growth international markets, including opening a new office in Melbourne, Australia, to help customers throughout the Asia-Pacific region improve the software that runs their businesses. Rally is hiring over 75 people in its offices around the world.
Enterprises adopting the Aryaka solution are increasing acceleration performance 70 times faster and reducing Wide Area Network traffic up to 98% for a better user experience among their globally distributed workforce.
Traditional WAN optimization vendors have started to speed the pace of their deployment in the face of new cloud-based competition.
Aryaka is a more simple and easy to deploy solution and eliminates the need for complex and costly hardware appliances or dedicated MPLS links.
Aryaka can be deployed and go live in hours versus weeks and months from traditional WAN optimization techniques.
Aryaka built burstability and elastic capacity into the platform, allowing customers the ability to scale their business as needed instead of acquiring fixed-capacity MPLS networks and complex appliances.
Competitors are starting to rebrand their traditional solutions as ‘cloud’ or ‘WAN optimization-as-a-service’ and drop their prices in an attempt to stay competitive.