In less than three years Indian startup Wingify has signed up 2,500 customers to its visual Web optimizer software measuring how visitors engage with different elements on a page. It touts an A/B testing tool allowing users to create different versions of a site to see what performs better.
In an interview with ZDNet, Wingify's founder Paras Chopra revealed his company had added 1,000 customers in the past nine months. Customers can pay US$49 or US$129 every month to use the application, according to its Web site.
Based on the current number of current customers and pricing, this equates to monthly revenues between US$122,500 and US$322,500. This extrapolates to annual revenues between US$1.47 million and US$3.87 million.
"We have recently shifted our sights to expand aggressively internationally, launch new products and on [the] engineering front," Chopra said.