Drawbridge Named to CNBC’s Disruptor 50 List of Groundbreaking Companies Revolutionizing the Business Landscape

Drawbridge, the leading digital identity management company, has been named to CNBC’s fifth annual Disruptor 50 list of forward-thinking companies that have identified marketplace niches and have the potential to become billion-dollar businesses. Drawbridge is ranked 24th on the list, which is led by Airbnb, Lyft, and WeWork. Over 830 companies were nominated.

See the full list here.

Drawbridge builds technology that enables brands and enterprises to develop personalized and safe customer experiences in a transparent and privacy-friendly fashion. The solution has massive scale, reaching more than one billion consumers across more than three billion devices globally, at high precision comparable to the biggest social, search, and e-commerce platforms.

“Our company has a unique profile in that we leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to solve problems beyond simply automation – creating unique intersections between martech and adjacent categories like content personalization, recommendation systems in e-commerce and online retail, and security and risk management systems, among others,” said Drawbridge Founder & CEO, Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan. “It would normally be very difficult for a six-year-old company to build the data scale and reach that we have, but with access to AI and large-scale computing, today we are building technology that is helping brands and enterprises personalize the internet through our self-service cross-device advertising platform and data licensing opportunities.”

Some of Drawbridge’s recent significant milestones and recognition include making the Inc. 5000 list of Fastest Growing Companies in America for the second year in a row, being named as one of Fortune’s Top 50 AI Companies, expanding into new international regions, reaching one billion monthly active unique consumers, and closing its Series C round of funding last year. The company was also recently granted a patent for its probabilistic cross-device technology, in addition to winning several awards for its technology and innovation from various industry bodies.


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