How Makesbridge hit $1.5M revenue and 523 customers in 2023.
Provider of a marketing automation platform intended to help in executing essential prospect management tasks. The company's automation platform features easy-to-use tools to execute email marketing, direct mail, automated nurturing, advanced targeting, lead qualification, behavior tracking, business intelligence and sales alerts, enabling employers and HR managers to learn about team managing and stay updated about individual performance.
In 2022, Makesbridge revenue run rate hit $1.5M in revenue.
Makesbridge hit $1.5M in revenue in 2021
Makesbridge launched in 2001 with $0 revenue
Makesbridge Funding History
Makesbridge has 18 total employees and 3 sales reps that carry a quota. They have 523 customers an engineering team of 2 and a marketing team of 2
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Jay founded Makesbridge in 2001. As CEO, Jay directs product development and business development strategies. Under Jay's leadership, Makesbridge has established itself as a premier publisher of on-demand sales and marketing automation tools. Makesbridge Technology's BridgeMail System product is listed in the Top 25 Most Popular Applications on the Salesforce Appexchange.
Jay remains actively involved with select customer engagements to maintain an intuition about customer needs and gain visibility into dynamics and products that are driving the SaaS and cloud computing product markets. During his tenure, Makesbridge has served notable companies such as Microsoft, Dell, Hewlett Packard, and Time Warner. While he considers the ability to service such large companies a tremendous accomplishment, he's equally heartened by Makesbridge's ability to service very small organizations. "It's a reflection of the relevance and range we continually aspire to achieve."
Prior to founding Makesbridge, Mr. Adams was V.P. of Business Development at Audiohighway. Jay was responsible for content distribution, marketing, and content licensing. While there, Jay negotiated deals and strategic alliances with Microsoft, Real Networks, Yahoo, and Warner Music Group. Additional responsibilities included building a business development team to execute content and distribution deals. These relationships generated millions of user visits per day and consistently ranked audiohighway.com as the number-one ranked music streaming website. Before Audiohighway, Jay was the Director of Business Development for Software Buyline, a provider of encryption technology for consumer and small business grade software products. Jay oversaw technology licensing and partnerships with ISVs, hardware OEMs, and online retailers.
Jay has served on Advisory Boards for a number of Silicon Valley companies and attended the University of Southern California and completed the EPGC program at Stanford University Graduate School of Business.