Joey Ferguson, Deseret News
Fortune Magazine ranked Josh James, founder, CEO and Chairman of the Lindon-based business intelligence company Domo, as one of the “40 Under 40” innovators to watch in a list released on Friday.
The young gun business intelligence guru rose to stardom after his company, a web analytics firm named Omniture, was bought by Adobe for $1.8 billion in 2009. James made the “40 under 40” main list after the acquisition, according to Fortune Magazine.
His latest venture, Domo, will provide a dashboard where executives can access company information in real time. The company hasn’t launched a product yet, but the idea has caught the attention of investors.
The company raised $43 million in venture capital from companies like Benchmark and angel investors like Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO of salesforce.com, and Ron Conway, a notable investor known as a “super angel.”
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