Qualtrics has announced that it has won a series of industry awards, including Forbes 2016 Cloud 100, Fortune’s 40 Under 40 and G2 Crowd 2016 Survey Software Grid. The awards reiterate Qualtrics’ position in the fast-growing customer experience management industry, helping key European brands like Air France, KLM, Porsche and Virgin manage their critical customer experience journeys.
Last month Qualtrics opened a new, 150,000-square-foot headquarters in Provo, Utah. Instead of a traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony, Smith invited the Governor of Utah, Gary Herbert, to shoot the first basket on the company basketball court. The building is being called “tech’s boldest new headquarters” by Forbes.
In December 2015, Qualtrics unveiled its U.K. headquarters in London and is growing across Europe. Over half of Europe’s top 100 universities use Qualtrics and more than 1,500 European enterprises rely on Qualtrics’ technology. The company now has over 170 employees in Europe.
Additionally, Qualtrics has U.S. offices in Dallas, Seattle, and Washington D.C., as well as international offices in Dublin, Ireland, and Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, Australia.