We’re excited to announce Motive was named in a list of top 100 cloud companies, also known as Forbes Cloud 100. A big part of our excitement comes from the fact that we’re the first-ever fleet management company to be featured on this list of breakout cloud companies.

“We’re honored to be recognized by Bessemer Venture Partners, Forbes and Salesforce Ventures as one of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world and the first company in trucking to be represented on this list,” said Shoaib Makani, CEO and co-founder, Motive. “The global trucking industry deserves to benefit from cloud technology, and this award underscores the importance of bringing the world’s trucks online to make freight more efficient and roads safer.”

This recognition as the only transportation company on Forbes Cloud 100 is a testament to how we’re successfully making life easier for drivers, fleet managers, and carriers, while reshaping the trucking industry.

Keep growing

In the last five years, we’ve grown to become one of the fastest growing SaaS companies in the world. We grew our revenue 80x in just one year.

We’ve increased the number of Motive employees to over 1,000 team members across 6 global offices, and expanded our customer base to over 30,000 companies.

This success also belongs to the 3 million truck drivers in the industry, who share our enthusiasm for safer roads and online connectivity.

Drivers first

From the beginning, all of our products were built with drivers in mind. In fact, our CEO Shoaib Makani and COO Obaid Khan spent a lot of time at truck stops to have in-depth conversations with drivers and learn about their biggest challenges.

Today, we have a community of over 500,000 truck drivers who are connected with the Motive ELD solution.

An ever-evolving Motive

From simplifying how commercial drivers log their hours-of-service to improving driver safety and streamlining communication, Motive is playing a pivotal role.

The data that the Motive electronic logging devices gather and share with fleet managers in real-time is also crucial for developing driver training programs and increasing the safety of our roads and highways.

America’s trucking industry is changing rapidly—with the introduction of new technological products and changing rules and regulations.

Motive’s vision is to connect the world’s trucks through technology and our work is just getting started.

Here’s the full Forbes Cloud 100 list:

  1. Stripe
  2. Slack
  3. Zoom
  4. Tanium
  5. Procore Technologies
  6. CrowdStrike
  7. Qualtrics
  8. Squarespace
  9. Elastic
  10. Eventbrite
  11. Mailchimp
  12. Cloudflare
  13. SurveyMonkey
  14. UiPath
  15. Medallia
  16. PagerDuty
  17. Snowflake
  18. Cylance
  19. Datadog
  20. Intercom
  21. Rubrik
  22. Yardi
  23. InVision
  24. nCino
  25. AppDirect
  26. Sprinklr
  27. Apttus
  28. Anaplan
  29. Toast
  30. Veeam
  31. Confluent
  32. HashiCorp
  33. Gusto
  34. Looker
  35. Databricks
  36. Darktrace
  37. Uptake
  38. Automation Anywhere
  39. Automattic
  40. PointClickCare
  41. Sisense
  42. AvidXchange
  43. Vlocity
  44. Lookout
  45. Canva
  46. ServiceTitan
  47. Checkr
  48. WalkMe
  49. Acquia
  50. Gainsight
  51. Turbonomic
  52. DataStax
  53. Segment
  54. Grand Rounds
  55. SMS Assist
  56. Fastly
  57. Zapier
  58. Welltok
  59. Dataminr
  60. Freshworks
  61. ThoughtSpot
  62. Workfront
  63. Asana
  64. FinancialForce
  65. Fuze
  66. Optimizely
  67. BrowserStack
  68. Autho
  69. Illumio
  70. Hootsuite
  71. Health Catalyst
  72. iCims
  73. DigitalOcean
  74. JFrog
  75. American Well
  76. C3 IoT
  77. NewVoiceMedia
  78. ZipRecruiter
  79. Onshape
  80. Collibra
  81. Airtable
  82. Evernote
  83. Motive
  84. Pipedrive
  85. Braze
  86. Algolia
  87. Sumo Logic
  88. Carta
  89. Netskope
  90. Pindrop Security
  91. Drift
  92. Outreach
  93. Podium
  94. Exabeam
  95. Cloudinary
  96. Namely
  97. Endgame
  98. Glint
  99. Dialpad
  100. Pendo