The Deseret News wrote:

Ryan Smith wasn't sure if his dad was going to survive cancer, so he quit his job and left school to be able to spend more time at home.

What resulted was a basement startup created by Smith, his brother and his father, whose survival is due to innovative research and the doctors who implemented it. Qualtrics, based in Provo, is now one of the fastest-growing technology companies in the world, with more than 8,500 enterprise customers, including half of the Fortune 100.

The company launched its annual Insight Summit on Wednesday, asking each of its thousands of participants and customers to donate $5 to cancer research, specifically #fiveforthefight, to benefit the Huntsman Cancer Insitute.

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