SurveyMonkey, a company with software that companies can use to get input from employees, customers and others, on Wednesday filed to go public on the Nasdaq under the symbol SVMK.
The company is looking to raise as much as $100 million in the deal, according to the filing.
In the first half of 2018, SurveyMonkey had a $27.18 million net loss on $121.2 million in revenue. That compares with a $19.1 million net loss on $106.5 million in revenue in the first half of 2017, reflecting 13.8 million revenue growth rate.
But SurveyMonkey did narrow its losses from 2016 to 2017, going from $76.4 million on $207.3 million in revenue down to $24 million on $218.8 million in revenue, respectively.
The lead underwriters are JP Morgan, Allen and Co. and BofA Merrill Lynch.
SurveyMonkey was founded by Ryan Finley in 1999, has its headquarters in San Mateo, Calif., and had 761 employees as of June 30. Zander Lurie has been the company's CEO since 2016, following a number of predecessors including Dave Goldberg, who died in 2015.
"SurveyMonkey embodies who Dave was as a person—curious, helpful, approachable and at the same time powerful. Our strong company culture and business were shaped by his leadership," Lurie wrote in a letter included in the filing. "Anyone who knew Dave will understand how devastating it was for the company -- for all of Silicon Valley, actually -- to lose such a visionary. Organizations that suffer that sort of shock can either unravel or rally. We rallied. I believe the company is more empathetic, more resilient and more determined because of Dave's life and death."