Silicon Slopes-based Lucid Software, a frontrunner in visual collaboration solutions, has once again earned a spot on the prestigious Forbes Cloud 100. This annual ranking (compiled by Forbes in conjunction with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures) highlights the most prominent private cloud companies globally. Impressively, this marks Lucid Software's fourth consecutive appearance on this exclusive list.
Said Dave Grow, Lucid Software CEO, "It's an honor to be included on the Cloud 100 list for the fourth year in a row. The past few years have clearly underscored the critical impact visual collaboration can have on organizations to not only reignite creativity and productivity across their organizations but also drive efficiency and alignment. The Lucid Visual Collaboration Suite empowers global teams to effortlessly connect, engage and successfully execute their goals with the most intelligent and comprehensive collaboration platform available, and we couldn't be more proud to continue to support our 60+ million users with best-in-class technology."
Lucid's inclusion in the Cloud 100 is underpinned by a year of remarkable product advancements. The company launched over 30 new integrations in 2022 and solidified its position as a market leader. Recent introductions–such as Collaborative AI, Visual Activities, Team Spaces, and a universal canvas–have further enriched its visual collaboration offering. These features empower users to execute projects and strategic initiatives seamlessly, propelling productivity, alignment, and successful execution.
The company's continuous investment in product development has contributed to its dominance as the most widely utilized Visual Collaboration Suite worldwide, boasting over 60 million users. Apart from its Cloud 100 recognition, Lucid Software achieved a notable rank as the 13th most-used enterprise application in Okta's 2023 Businesses at Work Report, firmly outperforming competitors in the visual collaboration sphere.