Aircall is a cloud-based voice platform that integrates with popular productivity and more than 100 help desk tools such as Salesforce, HubSpot (News - Alert) and Slack. With a belief that voice is the best way to communicate, Aircall was built to make phone support easy to manage, accessible, transparent and collaborative – and enable simple integration with productivity and helpdesk tools to create effecetive and efficient customer and internal communications.
It's solution includes everything a business needs in an end-to-end communicaitons platform: voice, collaboration, virtual call center, productivity features, analytics, and integration with other workflow applications.
It seems to be working. Just after spending a week exhibiting at ITEXPO 2022 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Aircall announced it passed $100 million in annual recurring revenue, reaching the exclusive centaur status that about 150 private companies in the cloud industry, worldwide, have achieved.
“We’re delighted to reach this milestone as a company, as it represents the continued value we bring to customers around the world and helps further our mission of empowering every professional to have richer conversations,” said Olivier Pailhès, Aircall co-founder and CEO.
Aircall achieved its first million-dollar annual recurring revenue in March 2016. Since June 2021, it recorded 70% year-over-year growth in revenue and a 107% YoY increase of large customers.
“We're very proud of reaching this milestone just six years after our first million dollars of revenue,” said Jonathan Anguelov, Aircall co-founder and general manager. “This is a strong indication of the worldwide demand for technology solutions. Reaching $100 million ARR is an important metric, and it offers a valuable perspective on how Aircall is performing in a volatile market.”
To maintain its growth trajectory, Aircall focuses on fundamentals that include continuing to enrich its marketplace to empower every professional to have richer conversations.
Aircall’s growth relies on internationalization, and following the success of its North America headquarters, the company is opening new offices in cities around the globe, with plans to expand in Singapore and Madrid later this year.
Edited by Erik Linask