Box provides solutions for online file sharing and cloud content management.
Box is a public company. The IPO date of Box is January 2015. Aaron Levy is the Chairman and CEO of Box and has a 75-member approval rating. Total funding provided by Box was $912.4 million. Box’s last acquisition was Butter AI Corporation for an undisclosed amount in June 2018. The Box has 83,788 followers.
Box’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Box top competitors include: Dropbox, AWS, Atlassian, Egnyte, SugarSync, Accellion, ShareFile, SmartFile, Droplr, OpenDrive.
Together they raised over 14.7B between their estimated 915.4K employees. Boxing has 1,980 employees and ranks lowest among the top 10 competitors. Among the top 10 competitors, there are 30,805 people on average.
- Website: box.com
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- Founded: 2005
- Est. Annual Revenue: $736.6M
- Est. Employees: 1,980
- Headquarters: 900 Jefferson Avenue Redwood City, California 94063
Dropbox is perceived as one of the biggest rivals of Box. Dropbox is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and was founded in 2007. Dropbox works in the field of IT services. Dropbox brings 243% of the Box’s revenue.
Atlassian is one of the main competitors of the Box. Atlassian is a public company, which was founded in 2001 in Sydney, New South Wales. Like Box, Atlassian also competes in software for the Internet. Compared to the Box, Atlassian employs 1,947 more people.
AWS is an infrastructure platform that offers enterprises cloud computing services.AWS is a product/brand/service company. Andrew R. Jassy is the CEO of AWS and has an approval rating of 80 members. The main competitors of AWS are Microsoft Azure, Alibaba Cloud and IBM. AWS has 23,235 followers.