Six Utah companies recently ranked among Forbes’ Cloud 100 list, which compiles the top private tech companies who deal with cloud computing, Forbes reported.

  • Qualtrics placed at No. 6.
  • Domo ranked at No. 15.
  • PluralSight, a tech learning company, finished at No. 20.
  • Workfront, a Lehi-based work management software company, placed at No. 58.
  • Health Catalyst, a health care analytics company, earned the No. 64 spot.
  • InsideSales also made the top 100, ending up at No. 92.

Stripe, an online payment company from San Francisco, topped the list, followed by Dropbox and Slack. Docusign and Adyen, which deal with digital transactions and online payments, respectively, rounded out the top five. Qualtrics and Domo made headlines earlier this year, as they were both ranked on CNBC’s list of innovative disruptors.

According to the Deseret News, Qualtrics ranked 28th on the list, while Domo secured the 29th spot.

Both companies ranked ahead of social media giants like Pinterest (No. 31) and Spotify (No. 35), according to the Deseret News.

Silicon Slopes is more than just home to Utah-based startups.

According to Forbes, it’s now the cloud’s capital hub.

In recent years, the Silicon Slopes rose to levels of tech prowess, not unlike the Silicon Valley, which has often been the tech center of the United States, Forbes reported.

With companies like Domo, Qualtrics and Pluralsight on the rise, Silicon Slopes has climbed in success, Forbes reported. Utah’s mix of sales experience, business-friendly tax policies and educated workforce has pushed the state forward.

Silicon Slopes has seen additional success from its cloud-based ventures, too.

"We all have a chance to do something great," Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith told Forbes. "We know the enormity of what we are doing."