Waterfall enables brands, agencies and technology providers to personally engage customers across SMS, MMS, Passbook, Facebook, Twitter, 2D Codes, IVR, mobile wallets, mobile coupons and push notifications.

The company’s mobile and social marketing platform allows clients to acquire more customers and drive repeat visits with higher purchase values using intuitive tools for interactive customer dialogues, progressive profiling and targeting, cross platform integrations and precise ROI measurement. Clients include 7-Eleven, Anheuser-Busch, Constant Contact, Electronic Arts, Merkle, NASA, Southwest Airlines, the U.S. Army and Yum! Brands. Founded in 2005 and backed by Vista Equity Partners, Waterfall is headquartered in SOMA, San Francisco, with regional offices in Downtown Austin.

Parent Company
Upland Software
San Francisco, US
Waterfall was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at Waterfall

Matt Sechrest

Matt Sechrest

Matt Silk

Matt Silk


Waterfall Office Locations

Waterfall has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
302 660 3rd St

Waterfall Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$3.7 m
In total, Waterfall had raised $3.7 m. Waterfall is a subsidiary of Upland Software

Waterfall's Web-traffic and Trends

Waterfall Online and Social Media Presence

Waterfall News and Updates

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Waterfall Company Life and Culture

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