Amplify.ai, the industry’s first enterprise-class conversational AI platform, was selected as a Red Herring Top 100 North America winner. The renowned Red Herring Top 100 North America award recognizes the continent’s most exciting and innovative private technology companies.
This year, thousands of entries were submitted, with winners being announced at the Red Herring event in California, which was lead by Red Herring’s chairman Alex Vieux. The two day event included keynote speeches, discussions and finalist presentations.
Companies were judged by industry experts, insiders and journalists on a wide variety of criteria including financial performance, innovation, business strategy, and market penetration. Winners ran the gamut of verticals, from FinTech and Marketing to Security, IoT, and many more industries.
“We are very excited and honored to receive this prestigious award. I say ‘thank you’ on behalf of Amplify.ai, it’s employees, customers and partners around the world that have helped us build a transformative conversational AI platform – that’s starting to redefine how brands communicate with their customers. This recognition is particularly gratifying when you look at the long list of leading companies that were considered in this competition.” said Mahi de Silva, CEO and co-founder of Amplify.ai.
Red Herring’s editors have been evaluating the world’s startups and tech companies for over two decades. It gives them the ability to see through the industry’s crowd to pick firms that will continue on a trajectory to success. Brands such as Alibaba, Google, Kakao, Skype, Spotify, Twitter and YouTube have all been singled out in Red Herring’s storied history.
“What has excited me most is to see so many people forging niches in high-tech and cutting edge sectors,” added Vieux. “Some of the technical wizardry and first-rate business models showcased here at the conference has been fantastic to learn about. We believe Amplify.ai embodies the drive, skill and passion on which tech thrives. Amplify.ai should be proud of its achievement – the competition was incredibly strong.”