Ingenio Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Ingenio's estimated annual revenue is currently $31.9M per year.
- Ingenio's estimated revenue per employee is $166,146
- Ingenio has 192 Employees.
- Ingenio grew their employee count by 11% last year.
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What Is Ingenio?
Ingenio, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco and founded in 1999, is a leading provider of search and directory monetization products and services that seamlessly bridge telephony and the Internet. Ingenio offers a suite of solutions for the online search, directories and Yellow Pages industries, including the Pay Per Call Advertising Platform, and powers real-time live advice directories where service providers monetize their customers. Ingenio's patented technology platform is being leveraged by top-tier organizations, including Microsoft, SBC Communications, FindWhat.com, Match.com and the IRS. Investors include Benchmark Capital; the Carlyle Group; Draper Fisher Jurvetson; Impact Venture Partners; Integral Capital Partners; Pyramid Technology Ventures; and Vulcan Ventures, Inc.keywords:N/A
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