Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Julie Kehoe, vice president of communications at Domo Technologies, looks over information on the wall board in American Fork on Wednesday, March 30, 2016. (Photo: Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

Two Utah-based tech companies made CNBC’s recent list of disruptors.

Both Domo and Qualtrics, software companies based in the Silicon Slopes, earned a spot on the list.

Qualtrics ranked 28th, while Domo ranked No. 29.

Both companies ranked ahead of social media giant Pinterest (No. 31), streaming music service Spotify (No. 35) and file-sharing app Dropbox (No. 36), according to CNBC.

Sofi, another company with a Utah office in Cottonwood Heights, ranked at No. 45.

Meanwhile, Airbnb, Lyft, WeWork (which provides shared work spaces), Grab (an Asia-based Uber-like app) and Uptake Technologies (analytic software) topped the list.

You can see the full list at CNBC.

Qualtrics made headlines in April when it reached a new $2.5 billion valuation, according to the Deseret News. The online survey company, which has yet to go public, also announced a new round of $180 million in venture capital.

Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith said he’s enjoyed the success of Utah startups, the Deseret News reported.

"If we went public today, we'd be the biggest IPO in Utah history," Smith said. "But I love it when Utah succeeds as a state … and I'd love it if every one of our Utah tech companies continue to grow and go where no one has gone before."