Overcast HQ Ranked #76 in Latka500 Fastest-Growing SaaS Companies

2021 was a challenging year for us as well as many of our clients. However, we kept pushing – grinding – and we managed to achieve some impressive results despite the craziness of the outside world!

We …..

  • Repositioned the business for enterprise sales
  • Signed our first multi-year (5) contracts
  • On-boarded clients on 5 continents
  • Rolled out 138 new product releases
  • Built a sales pipeline to accelerate our growth to $10m

We started talking to Nathan and submitted our revenue growth data for the annual Latka500: The fastest growing SaaS companies of 2021.

18,047 founders submitted data for 2021 meaning just 2.7% made the top 500.

And guess what – Overcast HQ ranked 76th with revenue growth of 400%. We finished 2020 with $60,000 in revenue and grew to $300,000. This growth wouldn’t have been possible without all of the product feedback and support from our thousands of users.

As a result, we plan to share some exciting news releases with you in 2022:

  • The public API
  • An elegant new UI / UX (3.0)
  • Integrations with major tech vendors

While the number of SaaS companies continues to grow, we expect to continue rapid growth this year

In total, Latka500 SaaS companies did $13 billion in combined 2021 revenues (up from $8 billion in 2020) and have raised a total of $35 billion. 128 bootstrapped SaaS founders made the list with combined revenues of $1.3 billion.


Full Rankings: Latka500 List of Top SaaS Companies (Ranked by 2021 Revenue Growth)

We’re in good company as you can see.

As always, it’s thanks to our 200 customers around the world who play a vital role in helping us grow and rank among the best SaaS companies in the world. We’re committed to our mission: radically simplifying the way enterprise businesses manage video content.

Overcast Ranked #76 in Latka500
Overcast HQ ranked 76th in Latka500: The fastest growing SaaS companies of 2021

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Once you’re happy with the audio edit, then drop in footage that matches the spoken narrative. 

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