Krux delivers cloud-based data management software and secure connectivity for companies to capture, analyze, protect and manage people data across all screens and sources. With Krux, companies in the U.S., EU and Asia-Pacific are delivering cooler, faster, smarter web experiences to over 1.6 billion monthly users across the globe, including 300M in mobile devices. Companies capturing some of the world's most valuable consumer data (Meredith, YouBeauty, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Axel Springer, Washington Post, Source Interlink, Cars.com, Financial Times, AARP) depend on Krux to protect and manage their data and connect it safely with trusted partners. Digital innovators (Bloomberg, Telegraph, NBC Universal and Triad Retail Media) depend on Krux to build better brand experiences and improve revenue from commerce and advertising operations. Backed by Accel Partners and IDG Ventures, Krux is headquartered in Silicon Valley and has offices in New York, Boston, London, Singapore and Sydney.

On October 3, 2016 the company was acquired by Salesforce for $700 million.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Salesforce
HQ
San Francisco, US
Website
krux.com
Krux is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Krux

Tom Chavez

Tom Chavez

Founder & CEO
Michael Moreau

Michael Moreau

Chief Operating Officer
Matt Kilmartin

Matt Kilmartin

CRO
Chris O'Hara

Chris O'Hara

Head of Global Marketing

Krux Office Locations

Krux has offices in San Francisco, Singapore, New York, Santa Monica and in 5 other locations
San Francisco, US (HQ)
50 Fremont St
Hamburg, DE
10 Domstraße
Paris, FR
23 Boulevard Haussmann
Greater London, GB
Bishopsgate
Burlington, US
5 Wall St
Santa Monica, US
1442 2nd St
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Krux Data and Metrics

Krux Summary

In total, Krux had raised $63 m. Krux is a subsidiary of Salesforce

Traffic Overview of Krux

Krux Online and Social Media Presence

Krux News and Updates

Why buying Krux, but not Twitter, makes sense for Salesforce

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Salesforce just bought another company for $700 million after spending $4 billion over the past year (CRM)

Salesforce has acquired marketing data software company Krux for $700 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. Salesforce disclosed in a regulatory filing that it's paying $340 million in cash for the company. Krux CEO Tom Chavez confirmed the deal in a blog post. Foun…

To beef up in marketing, Salesforce will buy Krux for $340M in cash, up to $750M overall

 Salesforce is making yet another acquisition, once again to build out its footprint in marketing and adtech. The company has just confirmed that it is buying Krux, a company that tracks traffic (“data signatures”) across multiple devices — e.g. desktop, mobile, tablet, set-top — and channels — disp…

Krux Company Life and Culture

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