Blue Jeans Network, perhaps the worst-named technology vendor of the current bunch, is focused on video communications. Blue Jeans offers a cloud-based video platform that aims to deliver a bridging technology that is agnostic to the end solution being used. It works with the existing enterprise endpoint incumbents, like Cisco and Polycom, as well as the more consumer-focused videoconferencing solutions from the likes of Google and Skype.
The company, launched in 2011, has grown impressively and has, for the fourth straight year, delivered record metrics across bookings (ARR), revenues, subscribers, meetings, minutes and participants. Of course, that’s relatively easy to do off a small base, but when you consider that Blue Jeans provides over 1 billion minutes of video service, across 25 million participants, that growth is put into perspective.