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40 Under 40: Ones to watch

In addition to Fortune's 40 Under 40 list, we're also keeping our eye on these 20 innovators, young guns from a wide range of industries and backgrounds.

Josh James
Josh James
Founder, CEO and Chairman, Domo
Age: 38

James made the 40 Under 40 main list in 2009 for his web analytics firm, Omniture, which Adobe bought for $1.8 billion. His new venture, Domo, hasn't launched its product yet, but will provide software that puts business information services on notice. By drawing upon all branches of a company's enterprise solutions, Domo seeks to provide comprehensive internal information to executives in real time. Some heavy-hitting investors think Domo's solution is a good one; it has raised $43 million (close to $50 million if you include James's personal investment) from Benchmark and angels such as Marc Benioff, Ron Conway and Andreessen Horowitz.


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