CHICAGO, May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Uptake, a fast-growing predictive analytics software company, announced today it has been ranked number five on the 2017 CNBC Disruptor 50, an exclusive ranking of private companies transforming the economy and making a notable impact on various industries. A record 838 companies were nominated this year.
Some current and past honorees include Uber, Airbnb, Snapchat, Cloudera, Slack, Lyft, SpaceX, WeWork, DropBox, Twilio and Pinterest.
"Uptake is leading a new category of enterprise software by delivering industry-specific predictive insights – resulting in increased uptime, improved productivity and enhanced safety – leveraging a common platform," said Uptake CEO and co-founder, Brad Keywell. "We sell outcomes, and we do it with a speed rarely seen in the world of software."
Companies nominated were required to submit a detailed analysis, including key quantitative and qualitative information. Nominees were scored across a range of quantitative metrics, such as amount of venture capital raised and off-the-record sales and user growth, along with a holistic qualitative assessment by CNBC editorial staff.
Uptake is a predictive analytics platform that delivers actionable insights to the industrial sector. Leveraging partnerships with major global businesses in construction, energy, rail, agriculture, aviation and more, our products and solutions apply cross-industry data science to produce high-value output and measureable results. For more information, visit uptake.com.