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“We are honored to have received this recognition,” says co-founder and CEO Mike Brody. “As a relatively small and fast-growing company, it’s exciting to be listed alongside household names like Slack and MailChimp. We have a terrific group of people working here at Exago and are fortunate to have such a supportive and outspoken client base.”
This achievement comes on the heels of G2 Crowd’s “Spring 2017 Usability Index for Embedded Business Intelligence” report, which ranked Exago as first among its peers in usability. Exago also received “Easiest Admin” and “Best Meets Requirements” distinctions, underlining the company’s dedication to providing powerful analytics without compromising ease of use.
At the time of this article’s publication, the Connecticut Technology Council reports having 265 member companies, many of which have a presence on G2 Crowd’s platform.
Stewart Meyers, Exago CTO and co-founder, says this news could not have come at a better time. “Our entire team has shown amazing commitment and diligence—we are immensely proud of them. This sort of notoriety isn’t easy to achieve, and it will help propel us through our next phase of growth,” he says.
This spring, Exago will release version 2018.1, which includes such upgrades as dashboard exporting, an ExpressView tutorial mode, and the ability to build formulas in ExpressView.