Splunk Recognized as One of the Best Places to Work for the Fourth Consecutive Year
SAN FRANCISCO, May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Splunk, the leading provider of operational intelligence software, today announced it has been named as one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s “Best Places to Work” by The San Francisco Business Times and San Jose/Silicon Valley Business Journal. Splunk was ranked in the top 25 among companies employing 101-500 employees.
“We are honored to be recognized as one of the Bay Area’s ‘Best Places to Work’ for the fourth consecutive year,” said Godfrey Sullivan, President and CEO, Splunk. “A positive work environment and creative culture has been central to our success as a company, and the ongoing recognition shows we’re able to continue that culture as we grow. It’s a tribute to our talented employees who consistently bring their passion to Splunk and make this a great place to work.”
The San Francisco Business Times and San Jose/Silicon Valley Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” list is the result of employee survey responses from 301 companies operating in 12 counties in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. A company’s position on the list is determined by employee surveys ranking the company’s culture, professional development, benefits and management practices.
Additionally, Splunk’s recent accomplishments include:
- Year over year Q1 growth of 96%
- Added 900 new customers in 2010, increasing the total to over 2,300 customers in 74 countries
- Announced Splunk 4.2 – Real-time Alerting, Enhanced Support for Global Deployments and Improved User Productivity
- Opened Seattle R&D office
Since it’s founding in 2004, Splunk has grown rapidly and expanded its global imprint with its industry leading operational intelligence software. To learn more about Splunk’s unique culture and career opportunities please visit: http://www.splunk.com/view/careers/SP-CAAAAGG.
Splunk is the leading provider of operational intelligence software used to monitor, report and analyze real-time machine data as well as terabytes of historical data – located on-premise or in the cloud. Almost half of the Fortune 100 and more than 2,300 enterprises, service providers and government organizations in 74 countries use Splunk to improve service levels, reduce IT operations costs, mitigate security risks, and drive new insights for IT and the business.