New entrants to the Top 25 include Docker , DocuSign , Sublime Text , PostgreSQL , MailChimp , Intercom , and Stripe.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 07, 2016
Siftery, the B2B software community database company, today released a new report of the top trending business-to-business and enterprise software products for December 2016. The report is based on self-reported data collected during the month of November from thousands of verified business users.
The new report is intended to help business software buyers discover the most widely-used products according to their peers and monitor usage trends among specific products or categories of products. Siftery users are also able to see previously inaccessible information such as customer lists for specific products, market share information, related and competitive products, and more.
To view the report, please visit: https://siftery.com/insights/top-25-products-december-2016/
The December 2016 Trending Products Report contains the most popular products based on the last 30 days of data, and includes fifteen solutions that were previously featured in November 2016’s Trending Products Report, including:
Most popular: Slack — the popular team communication application rose six spots and is now the most popular business software application according to Siftery users
#2 most popular: GitHub — the web-based Git repository hosting service rose six spots to number two
#3 most popular: Trello — the visual project management system rose nine spots to number three
Biggest change since last month: Zapier, which rose twelve spots to number ten
New entrants to the Top 25 include Docker, Docusign, Sublime Text, PostgreSQL, MailChimp, Intercom, and Stripe.
About the Trending Products Report
The results are based only on data collected directly from product users and verified by company e-mail addresses.
Data collected through vendors or programmatic web scraping are not included in the report unless they're verified by company users.
Siftery tracks thousands of B2B software products and hundreds of thousands of companies that are using them. The company collects the data through a combination of programmatic web crawling, self-reporting from vendors, and tens of thousands of software buyers through Siftery.com. The Siftery community includes investors, analysts, software buyers and other decision-makers. The company raised a $4M seed round in 2016, and is headquartered in San Francisco.