This is quite an accolade for StarLeaf. As the authors note in the report, despite the challenging times we are living in, there are still a number of companies who continue to thrive. They have been doing this by supporting their customers in digital transformation initiatives, in helping them get actionable data insights and in adapting to the new normal of remote working, in the face of the pandemic. StarLeaf is one of those. The list is based on 3-year sales CAGR.
2020 was indeed eventful for the StarLeaf. Given our focus on delivering a superior video conferencing experience, unsurprisingly we experienced unprecedented demand from our customers as they moved to remote working. Occasional users became regular users, regular users became hard-core full-on users. 500+% growth in messaging, 600+% growth in meetings minutes and 400+% growth in the number of meetings hosted by our users, tells its own story. With points of presence all over the world StarLeaf was able to fulfil this demand and continues to do so. Meeting our 99.999% guaranteed service uptime remains super important to us and protecting our record of no global outages is similarly a driver of our dedication to keep our users connected and delivering a flawless experience for them. All this has been achieved whilst growing our customer base and increasing our revenues significantly.
StarLeaf was also recently awarded a place on the Deloitte Fast50 programme and is a Sunday Times Tech Track 100 company and a Tech Nation Future Fifty company.
The D&B Accelerate50 is yet more recognition for the company, but specifically for the dedication that our engineers, our developers and our customer success professionals show every single day in bringing the best video conferencing experience on the planet to our users around the world. I salute them all.
David Gingell, CMO at StarLeaf