Zoom is a cloud-based company providing online meetings, audio and video conferencing services.
Zoom is headquartered in San Jose, California. Zoom’s revenue is $471.8K per employee. Zoom’s IPO brought in $840M. Zoom has 2 companies in its portfolio, and the first investment was made in 2019. Zoom has 3,373 followers.
Zoom’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Zoom top competitors include: WebEx, Skype, LogMeIn, GoToMeeting, BlueJeans, join me, Arkadin, TeamViewer, Fuze, Whereby.
Together they lifted more than 1.1B between their supposed 95.5K employees. Zoom has 2,854 employees and is ranked 4th among the top 10 competitors. The top ten competitors have an average of 5,049 employees.
- Website: zoom.us
- Social Media Links: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
- Founded: 2011
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1.3B
- Est. Employees: 2,854
- Headquarters: 55 Almaden Boulevard 6th Floor San Jose, California 95113
WebEx is one of the main competitors of Zoom. WebEx Company was founded in 1995, and its headquarters are located in Santa Clara, California. Like Zoom, WebEx also operates in the Internet software sector. WebEx employs 1,354 fewer people than Zoom.
Skype is a competitor to Zoom #2. Skype was founded in 2003 in Luxembourg. Skype works in the Internet software industry. Skype brings $353.5 million more revenue than Zoom.
LogMeIn is Zoom’s leading competitor. LogMeIn is a public company founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 2003. LogMeIn is a competitor in system software. LogMeIn has 1,021 other employees working against Zoom.