XANT Makes CNBC’s 2016 Disruptor 50 List

INSIDESALES LogoFor the past four years, CNBC has created an annual list detailing the country’s most ambitious and innovative companies. Dubbed the Disruptor 50, the list highlights companies with the collective potential to impact multibillion-dollar industries.

Now, for the first time, a Utah-based company has made the cut.

XANT earned a spot on this year’s list, with more than 750 companies nominated, based on CNBC’s proprietary blend of quantitative and qualitative inputs.

Who else made the list?

Over the years, companies like Airbnb, Dropbox, Pinterest, Spotify and Uber have all been recognized by CNBC.

This year, checking in at No. 31, XANT falls right behind SpaceX, Elon Musk’s space exploration company.

XANT’ contribution to this list isn’t just in name alone. Seven companies on the 2016 list are current XANT customers, using our predictive and prescriptive technologies on their path to disruption.

What is the Disruptor 50?

The CNBC Disruptor 50 features forward-thinking, private companies in 15 industries, from aerospace to cybersecurity. Many of these organizations have become billion-dollar businesses at rapid speeds, creating new ecosystems and finding unexploited niches in the marketplace.

According to CNBC, this year’s list has collectively raised $41 billion in venture capital, with a total combined valuation of $242 billion.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by CNBC as a disruptor in the marketplace and we are thrilled to find ourselves in such great company,” XANT CEO Dave Elkington said. “We look forward to continually innovating new technologies to help others revolutionize their business.”

Visit the CNBC Disruptor 50 page to see the full list.

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