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Qualtrics had filed its IPO prospectus in October, less than a month after SurveyMonkey hit the Nasdaq. SurveyMonkey shares fell 11 percent the first trading day after its larger and faster-growing competitor announced plans to join it on the public market.
Qualtrics has managed to turn a profit and operate with narrower losses than SurveyMonkey, according to its IPO filing. Qualtrics' recorded revenue for the first half of 2018 grew 41.7 percent to $184.2 million, according to the filing. Comparatively, SurveyMonkey reported 14 percent growth to $121.2 million in sales over the same period.