Gong Recognized on G2’s List of Best Software Companies for 2020
G2, the largest software marketplace and review platform, announces the 2020 winners of its annual Best Software Awards
Akin to The People’s Choice Awards for tech companies, G2’s Best Software Awards rank the world’s best software companies and products based on authentic, timely reviews from real users. With over 57,844 software companies on G2, Gong is honored to be recognized on the Best Software Companies list, an achievement that can only be earned through the endorsement of its users. Gong also placed #3 on the Fastest Growing Products list and on the Best Products for Sales list.
G2 created the Best Software Companies list based on data from over 1M authentic, verified customer reviews. These reviews were written and published between January 1, 2019 – March 3, 2020, and each vetted by a real person to ensure legitimacy.
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This is Gong’s second time on one of G2’s Best Software lists. Gong has over 1,900 user reviews and is the number one leader in the G2 Grid for Conversation Intelligence, as measured by customer satisfaction and market presence.
“Gong is focused on developing solutions for revenue leaders that help alleviate some of the biggest challenges they face every day related to understanding their market, serving their customers, and enabling their people,” said Eilon Reshef, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Gong. “We are honored to be included in G2’s list of Best Software Companies, particularly because it represents the voice of customers in this space. Thank you to all of our customers who continue to inspire us to innovate!”
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“This isn’t a subjective list based on a few peoples’ opinions,” explains G2 CEO, Godard Abel. “With the highest traffic and engagement, largest selection of product and services, and highest quality data, G2 analyzes more than 4 million data points to determine which products and companies make the list.”