The Top Telecommunication SaaS Companies

As of Jan 2020, these 12 SaaS companies are the largest in the Telecommunication space. (Click to apply)

This list tracks the largest private B2B Telecommunication SaaS companies by revenue. In total, this list features 12 companies with combined revenues of $16.8M.

These companies have raised a total of $0.0. Together, these Telecommunication saas companies serve 0 customers and employ over 368 on their teams.

$0 - $1M ARR
  1. Mobi $815.5K
  2. Sipwise $781.5K
  3. Netrounds $781.5K
  4. Worldmanuals $461.8K
$1M - $5M ARR
  1. Actiontec $4.3M
$5M - $10M ARR
  1. F24 $6.4M
$10M+ ARR
    1. 01
      F24

      F24

      Telecommunication

      F24 is a provider of telecommunication security services. The company provides telecommunication security services for notification and communication of incidents and emergencies operating through its own brand name. The company was founded in 2000 and is

      $6M

      74

      2000

      Telecommunication

    2. 02
      Actiontec

      Actiontec

      Telecommunication

      Distributor or manufacturer of modem, router and network adapter intended to provide broadband services. The company's products includes gigabit ethernet fiber routers, whole-home wireless networking, high speed bonded VDSL2 gateways, DSL modems and wirele

      $4M

      174

      1993

      Telecommunication

    3. 03
      DCA Services

      DCA Services

      Telecommunication

      Provider of billing and operational support software for the telecom industry. The company's cloud based software enables clients to access and manage customer care, reporting, tracking, billing, invoicing and back office support services.

      $1M

      18

      1984

      Telecommunication

    4. 04
      Nextgenaccess

      Nextgenaccess

      Telecommunication

      Developer of ultrafast wholesale and customer fiber broadband infrastructure in England and Wales. The company delivers next generation, high-speed connectivity products to allow organizations of all sizes to realise the commercial and operational benefits

      $1M

      $31M

      14

      2013

      Telecommunication

    5. 05
      Mobi

      Mobi

      Telecommunication

      Mobi Solutions is a seed and early stage investor that invests in companies primarily in the B2B SaaS and mobile space. It works actively with portfolio companies and helps them with their technical and BD resources.The firm supports North European startup

      $816K

      17

      2000

      Telecommunication

    6. 06
      Sipwise

      Sipwise

      Telecommunication

      Developer of open source based software designed to deliver core telecom switching infrastructure to replace existing legacy infrastructure. The company's software offers network preparation and configuration, hardware installation, software configuration,

      $782K

      38

      2008

      Telecommunication

    7. 07
      Netrounds

      Netrounds

      Telecommunication

      Developer of a cloud-based predictive network analytics platform designed to improve end-user experience and protect revenue. The company's platform offers a subscription-based software that can be deployed anywhere in the client's network, as well as elim

      $781K

      11

      2007

      Telecommunication

    8. 08
      Worldmanuals

      Worldmanuals

      Telecommunication

      Provider of cloud based mobile devices support solutions.

      $462K

      8

      2002

      Telecommunication

    9. 09
      Mobile Price Card

      Mobile Price Card

      Telecommunication

      Developer of a sales improvement application designed to help wireless retailers save time, money and increase sales. The company's application displays dynamic content on in-store display devices, updates changes instantly through an intuitive web-based d

      $329K

      7

      2015

      Telecommunication

    10. 10
      anatod

      anatod

      Telecommunication

      $313K

      4

      2014

      Telecommunication

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