Most Popular SaaS Applications

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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 1

The most popular SaaS applications used by enterprise companies, based on their revenue and growth, include Box, Slack, Office 365, Salesforce, Service Now, GSuite, Zoom, Acumatica, Zendesk, Infor CloudSuite, Workday and SAP S/4HANA Cloud. A list of the various app websites and top enterprise customers was included in the attached spreadsheet.

Box

  • Product Website: https://www.box.com/home
  • Companies using the product: Coca Cola and Gap

Slack

Office365

  • Product website: https://products.office.com/en-us/home
  • Companies using the product: Eli Lilly and Goodyear Tire & Rubber

Salesforce

  • Product website: https://www.salesforce.com/saas/
  • Companies using the product: American Express and Stanley Healthcare

ServiceNow

  • Product website: https://www.servicenow.com/
  • Companies using the product: Siemens and Allianz

GSuite

Zoom

  • Product website: https://zoom.us/
  • Companies using the product: 21st Century Fox and Delta Air Lines

Acumatica

Zendesk

  • Product website: https://www.zendesk.com/
  • Companies using the product: Stanley Black and the Decker Lending Club

Infor CloudSuite

  • Product website: https://www.infor.com/products/infor-os
  • Companies using the product: Caterpillar and Gap

Workday

  • Product website: https://www.workday.com/en-us/homepage.html
  • Companies using the product: Caterpillar and Sumitomo Mitsui Financial

SAP S/4HANA Cloud

  • Product website: https://www.sap.com/products/s4hana-erp-cloud.html
  • Companies using the product: BMW and eBay


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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 2

As per the research conducted, the most popular SaaS applications used by enterprise companies include Dropbox, JiRA Atlassian/Atlassian, Concur, DocuSign, ADP, GitHub, Splunk, LogMeIn, Twilio, Netsuite, and WebEx. Details of each product have been provided in rows 15-25 of the attached spreadsheet. Below is a summary of our findings.

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS

Dropbox

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

JiRA Atlassian/Atlassian

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

Concur

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

DocuSign

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

ADP

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

GitHub

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

Splunk

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

LogMeIn

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

Twilio

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

Netsuite

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

Webex

  • The link to the product's website can be accessed here.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

To provide the requested data, we commenced our research by identifying a list from Datamation that provided credible data on the top/leading SaaS applications used by enterprise companies. We also leveraged data from Statista, Sassydigital, Channele2e, among others for this research. This was to ensure that the SaaS applications provided are deemed to be widely used and popular among enterprise companies.
From our initial search findings, we ensured that only companies that featured in at least two of the different precompiled sources were selected. Further analysis was also done to identify the names of at least 2 Fortune 500 or Forbes 2000 companies using the product. Our findings have been provided in rows 15-25 of the attached spreadsheet.


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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 3

The most popular SaaS applications used by enterprise companies include Coupa Software, HubSpot, Xactly, Adroll, SurveyMonkey, Zuora, Cisco, New Relic, Veeva Systems, The Ultimate Software Group, and Marketo. Details on each product have been provided in rows 26-36, columns B-C of the attached spreadsheet.

Applications and Enterprise Users

  • Companies using Coupa Software: Salesforce and Pearson
  • Companies using HubSpot: Randstad Holding and HCA Healthcare
  • Companies using Xactly: Honeywell International and Vodafone
  • Companies using Adroll: Nestle and Genesis Technology
  • Companies using SurveyMonkey: Cintas and The Home Depot
  • Companies using Zuora: Schneider Electric and Unilever
  • Companies using Cisco: BT Group and Vodafone
  • Companies using New Relic: Infiniti and American Eagle Outfitters
  • Companies using Veeva Systems: AstraZeneca and Eli Lilly
  • Companies using The Ultimate Software Group: Sony and RCN Telecom
  • Companies using Marketo: Microsoft and Citrix

Research Strategy:

To provide the requested data, the research team commenced by identifying a list from Datamation that provided credible data on the top/leading SaaS applications used by enterprise companies. We also leveraged data from Statista, and Sassy Digital, among others. This was to ensure that the SaaS applications provided are deemed to be widely used and popular among enterprise companies. From our initial search findings, we ensured that only companies that were featured in at least two of the different precompiled sources were selected. Further analysis was also done to identify the names of at least 2 Fortune 500 or Forbes 2000 companies using the product. Our findings have been provided in rows 26-36 of the attached spreadsheet.
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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 4

MuleSoft, Splunk Cloud, Domo, Sisense, Tableau, Trigent Software, Proofpoint, Teem, Confluence, ADP, and Zymr are some of the most popular SaaS applications used by enterprise companies on the Fortune 500 or the Forbes 2000 list. Details on each product have been provided in rows 37-47, columns B-C of the attached spreadsheet.

APPLICATIONS AND ENTERPRISE USERS

  • Companies using MuleSoft: Coca-Cola and Cisco
  • Companies using Splunk Cloud: BlackStone and TransUnion
  • Companies using Domo: Cisco and Disney
  • Companies using Tableau Online: Aol and Accenture
  • Companies using Trigent Software: Oracle and Navistar
  • Companies using Sisense: Motorola and Airbus
  • Companies using Teem: Viacom and HP
  • Companies using Proofpoint: Swisscom and Aon

RESEARCH STRATEGY

To provide the requested data, the research team commenced by identifying a list from Hubspot, Datamination that provided credible data on the top/leading SaaS applications used by enterprise companies. We also leveraged data from Statista, Sassy Digital, Feature Customers, among others. This was to ensure that the SaaS applications provided are deemed to be widely used and popular among enterprise companies. We ensured that only companies that were featured in at least two of the different precompiled sources were selected. Further analysis was also done to identify the names of at least 2 Fortune 500 or Forbes 2000 companies using the product. Our findings have been provided in rows 37-47 of the attached spreadsheet.
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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 5

The most popular SaaS applications used by enterprise companies include Eventbrite, Intercom, Asana, Stripe, Trello, UltiPro, FreshService, Jamf Cloud, LastPass, Mathworks, and Autopilot. Details on each product have been provided in rows 48-58, columns B-C of the attached spreadsheet.

APPLICATIONS AND ENTERPRISE USERS

  • Companies using Eventbrite: SAP and Fujitsu
  • Companies using Intercom: Shopify and Yahoo
  • Companies using Mathworks: CNH Industrial NV and Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • Companies using Lastpass: Salesforce and AmerisourceBergen Corp.
  • Companies using Jamf Cloud: Merrill Corporation and Merck
  • Companies using FreshService: Veeva Systems and Honda Motors
  • Companies using UltiPro: Yamaha and Nikon.
  • Companies using Trello: Google and Adobe
  • Companies using Stripe: Amazon and Google

RESEARCH STRATEGY

To provide the requested data, the research team leveraged precompiled information identifying a list of the top/leading SaaS applications used by enterprise companies from Hubspot, Datamination, Kinsta, and Document360i. We also leveraged data from Statista, Sassy Digital, Feature Customers, among others. This was to ensure that the SaaS applications provided are deemed to be widely used and popular among enterprise companies. We ensured that only companies that were featured in at least two of the different precompiled sources were selected. Further analysis was also done to identify the names of at least 2 Fortune 500 or Forbes 2000 companies using the product. Our findings have been provided in rows 48-58 of the attached spreadsheet.
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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 6

The most popular SaaS applications used by enterprise companies include Vrinsoft Technology, Endive Software, Good Data, Cvent, Blackbaud, Inside Sales, ServiceMax, Apptio, Anaplan, Repsly, and Rapid7. Details on each product have been provided in rows 59-69, columns B-C of the attached spreadsheet.

MOST POPULAR SaaS APPLICATIONS, PART 6

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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 7

Ring Central, Act-In Software, Cornerstone OnDemand and MySQL are some of the top SaaS applications used by companies on the Forbes 200 list. Details for each have been provided in rows 70-80 of the attached spreadsheet.

Applications and Enterprise Users

Research Strategy

To provide eleven additional popular SaaS applications used by companies on the Forbes 2000 list, we began by using precompiled lists from HubSpot and Datamation. This allowed us to find a few apps for the list, but many of them had already been used in previous reports. Therefore, we began searching for the vendors used by some of the largest companies on the Forbes 2000 list such as Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Coca-Cola. When we found SaaS vendors that these companies were using, we further examined the application's website to determine if the app was being used by additional companies on the Forbes list, which would indicate more widespread use by the top companies. Only companies that had multiple Forbes 2000 companies as clients were included. This strategy allowed us to find additional popular SaaS apps to include.
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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 8

Additional popular SaaS applications used by enterprise companies include Godel Technologies Square, WhiteHat Security, LambdaTest, NavTech, Co-Well Asia, Limelight Networks, BatchMaster Software, ClearObject, JFrog, and AAJ Technologies. A list of the various app websites and top enterprise customers was included in the attached spreadsheet.

SAAS APPLICATIONS & ENTERPRISE CLIENTS

  • Companies using Square: Boston Properties and Thomson Reuters
  • Companies using NavTech: Caterpillar and Apparel Group
  • Companies using JFrog: AIRBUS and Toyota Industries

Research Strategy:

To provide the requested data, the research team commenced by identifying a list from Good Firms and Datamation that provided credible data on the top/leading SaaS applications used by enterprise companies. We also leveraged data from Statista, Sassy Digital, and Feature Customers, among others. This was to ensure that the SaaS applications provided are deemed to be widely used and popular among enterprise companies. We ensured that only companies that were featured in at least two of the different precompiled sources were selected. Further analysis was also done to identify the names of at least two Fortune 500 or Forbes 2000 companies using the product. Our findings have been provided in rows 81-91 of the attached spreadsheet.
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Most Popular SaaS Applications, Part 9

Some of the most popular SaaS applications used by enterprise companies include Pitchbook, Xero, FreshDesk, HootSuite, SEMRush, HelloSign, PimCore, HighSpot, Postman, Workboard, and Seismic. Details of each application have been provided in rows 92-102 of the attached spreadsheet.

PITCHBOOK

XERO

FRESH DESK

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include 3M and Bridgestone.

HOOTSUITE

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include HP and IBM.

SEMRUSH

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include eBay and PayPal.

HELLOSIGN

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include Samsung and Intuit.

PIMCORE

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include Peugeot and Suzuki.

HIGHSPOT

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include Starbucks and Zoetis.

POSTMAN

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include Intuit and Microsoft.

WORKBOARD

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include Marriott and Oracle.

SEISMIC

  • Link to the product's website can be accessed here.
  • Some of the companies using the product include GE and Hitachi.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

We started the research by identifying the list of SaaS applications used by enterprise companies using credible websites such as Document360 and SaaSmag. We ensured that the applications were also featured in other sources such as Statista, Featured Customers and Datamation, among others to ensure that the applications were widely used and popular among enterprise companies.
Further analysis was done to identify the names of at least 2 of Forbes 2000 or Fortune 500 companies using the application. Our findings have been provided in rows 92-102 of the attached spreadsheet.
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