JumpCloud, the first Directory-as-a-Service platform, announced that it was named in the top three 2019 Best Tech Startups in Boulder for the second year in a row. This announcement follows JumpCloud being named one of the Top 15 Coolest Startups to Work For nationwide by Glassdoor, a Top 10 Employer Brand in Denver by Hired, 15th fastest growing company by the SaaS 1000 in Q1 and 46th for Q3 in 2018.
“Our staff compiled this list based on revenue potential, leadership team, brand/product traction, and competitive landscape. The JumpCloud team excels in all of these categories, which merited inclusion on the Boulder best tech startup list for the second year in a row,” said Rafael Melvin, Editor-in-Chief of The Tech Tribune.
Founded in 2012 by Rajat Bhargava and Larry Middle, JumpCloud is disrupting the market by reimagining directory services. In order to deliver on this vision, Bhargava and Middle have built a world-class team of developers, customer success engineers, marketers, sales people, and executives with a track record of success in the software industry.
“Awesome people, transparent communication, passion for our product and customers; these are the three pillars of the culture driving our success,” said Aaron Wilmot, VP of People at JumpCloud. “We have remained true to these foundational aspects, allowing us to quickly grow our team, continue our positive momentum in the market, and remain agile in an ever-changing landscape.”
“Our team has described our incredible office culture as collaborative, challenging, and exciting. There’s a shared sense of purpose to change the IT landscape and make a difference in our customers’ lives,” continued Wilmot.
JumpCloud is helping over 50,000 organizations worldwide centralize and secure their management of users, systems, apps, data, and networks. Their cloud-based directory can act as the single point of authority to authenticate, authorize, and manage user identities and their access to systems and IT resources.
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