Great article published by Forbes about the tech growth in Utah.
Silicon Slopes Vs. Silicon Valley: Four Tech Unicorns, Thousands Of Startups, No Frenzy – by Amy Feldman
Among the state’s more than 4,000 tech startups, at least four are unicorns, venture-backed companies valued at more than $1 billion: Pluralsight, Qualtrics, Domo (founded by Josh James, who’d previously founded Omniture), and InsideSales. Many more could become billion-dollar companies if the stars align. Among them are Health Catalyst, a platform for health-related data from different systems; Workfront, an online project management software company; MaritzCX, a customer experience platform; and Owlet, makers of a high-tech baby sock monitor that FORBES named to its 2016 list of Next Billion-Dollar Startups. Instructure, an educational technology company that went public in 2015, has a market cap approaching $700 million, while Vivint, a provider of security and home automation, was acquired by Blackstone for $2 billion.