Gigya, a provider of social identity management solutions, announced today that it processed more than 800 million social logins during 2013. In fact, 2013 was a huge year for the company, which experienced a 72 percent increase in use of its social apps and registration-as-a-service tools since 2012.
In addition to the increased use of its registration services, Gigya also works with clients in 46 countries and 700 of the worlds biggest brands. During 2013, the company added several high profile clients to its roster, including AARP, Japan Airlines, Tommy Hilfiger and World Wrestling Entertainment.
Since 2009, Gigya has processed 1.5 billion social logins and the demand for Gigya’s technology is so great the company is also expanding its international presence. The company has also released a new social analytics technology that enables marketers to see consumer data captured through the use of Gigya apps.
“Gigya had an amazing year in 2013,” said Patrick Salyer, CEO of Gigya in a press release. “We added customers and offices around the globe and use of our technology exploded.”
With a growing team, and on the heels of the momentum from 2013, Salyer added that the company has big plans to keep the ball rolling for 2014 and expects to “dominate the consumer identity management market this year.”
Check out the infographic charting Gigya’s growth below.
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