DNSFilter's Major Growth Spurred by Innovation and Strong Partnerships

Average deal size increased by 192% amid key product updates and award wins

DNSFilter announced today that the company experienced rapid and significant growth in 2023, setting the stage for 2024. From three major award wins to strengthened partnerships to strategic hires and promotions, DNSFilter is well-positioned to continue innovating to serve customers and attract prospects and investors.

DNSFilter is trusted by over 32,000 customers to provide DNS security, including SportClips, Gemini, Thrive, Sourcepass, Viasat and McKee Foods. In 2023, the company raised $15 million in a Series A extension round and increased average deal size by 192%. The past year also marked new relationships with many strategic partners, including Pax8, Climb, SolCyber, Banyan and FokusMSP.

The company saw 17% growth in headcount in 2023 and bolstered its leadership team with key hires and promotions at the vice president level or higher, including Prashant Nirmal named chief marketing officer, Bob Gagnon hired as vice president of channel sales, Mario Oliver brought on as vice president of customer experience and Shawn Brady named vice president of sales. Additionally, Lauren Romer was hired as general counsel, Aliese Alter was promoted to chief of staff and Brendan Spooner and Mandy Cole were promoted to senior vice president of engineering and human resources, respectively.

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