BOULDER, Colo. – Nov. 20, 2019 – JumpCloud® today announced it has received an honorable mention in the 2019 Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work program. JumpCloud is joining ranks with companies ranging from energy, real estate, top design agencies, and even consumer technology.
Out of the many companies across the United States that participated, JumpCloud was selected as one of the top 100. On top of that, only 20 of the top 100 have over 100 employees.
“We were really encouraged by the feedback from our team in the survey results,” said Aaron Wilmot, vice president of people at JumpCloud. “Our approach to the people function at JumpCloud is to allow people to be surrounded by smart and grounded teammates, to provide meaningful opportunities for personal and professional growth, and to ensure they know how their work contributes to the success of the company and our customers. Our challenge is to continue to build on a very solid foundation, find new and creative ways for people to interact with one another, and stay connected with our continued expansion across the globe.”
Not only is JumpCloud selling and servicing customers outside of the U.S. market at scale, JumpCloud is now tapping into the global market for talent. The company recently announced its global expansion into Costa Rica. JumpCloud is experiencing rapid growth in all aspects of the business including raising additional funding from General Atlantic, expanding the leadership team, and hiring 200+ new employees in Colorado.
JumpCloud’s mission is to Make Work Happen®, by providing people secure access to the resources they need to do their jobs. The JumpCloud Directory Platform gives IT, security operations, and DevOps a single, cloud-based solution to control and manage employee identities, their devices, and apply Zero Trust principles. JumpCloud has a global user base of more than 100,000 organizations, with over 3,000 customers including Cars.com, GoFundMe, Grab, ClassPass, Uplight, Beyond Finance, and Foursquare. JumpCloud® is backed by BlackRock, General Atlantic, OpenView, H.I.G. Capital, OurCrowd, and Foundry Group.