Stripe retains its top in Private Cloud Title: Forbes Cloud 100 2018

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Stripe_retains_its_top_in_Private_Cloud_Title-300x169 Stripe retains its top in Private Cloud Title: Forbes Cloud 100 2018One of the Payments providers-Stripe remains in number one position in privately owned cloud company ahead of social messaging firm Slack as per the latest rankings from Forbes.
Latest Cloud 100 list from the media firms, celebrates the best private cloud firms in the private cloud companies sector. Here Stripe retains its top place, hence Forbes stated it as ‘the online toolkit for digital payments that helps billions of transactions flow back into the economy.’
Slack, which was ranked third last year has undergone many changes in the top table. Dropbox had reported for IPO and then the company eliminated Amazon Web Services and moved with its own infrastructure that is eventually a long process.
Cloud 100 was associated along sides of Salesforce Ventures and Bessemer Venture Partners. This every time prepares a yearly report focusing on cloud and enterprise M&A trends. Now as the Artificial Intelligence is developing day by day, technology is taking many curves in a short time. UiPath, Darktrace, and Checkr are the interesting companies among companies in year’s crop.
Byron Deeter, a partner at Bessemer Venture Partners said that as per the reports “The 2018 Cloud 100 earns over $135 billion in private shareholder value”. Here the way we do business will be exactly different as a result of these. The top 10 companies as per the Forbes in the top to bottom format are,
1. Stripe
2. Slack
3. Zoom Video Communications
4. Tanium
5. Procore Technologies
6. CrowdStrike
7. Qualtrics
8. Squarespace
9. Elastic
10. Eventbrite