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The 18 Best Cloud Computing Startups to Work for, According to Employees

The ability to rent computers and software over the internet, aka cloud computing, has forever changed the computer industry. But that doesn’t mean that every cloud startup is a good bet for a prospective employee. So, at the behest of venture capitalist firm Battery Ventures, job hunting site Glassdoor has come up with a list of the best cloud companies to work for, based on employees’ overall ratings shared with Glassdoor.

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Glassdoor Partners With Cloud Investor Battery Ventures to Reveal the 50 Highest-Rated Private Cloud Computing Companies To Work For

Battery Ventures, a global investment firm that backs cloud companies, and Glassdoor*, the world’s most transparent jobs and recruiting marketplace, have partnered to reveal the 50 Highest Rated Private Cloud Computing Companies To Work For. As more critical tech infrastructure systems and software are delivered through the cloud, these companies represent those where employees report the highest levels of satisfaction at work, according to employee feedback shared on Glassdoor.

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SendGrid to Hit $100 million in Revenues, Plans to be IPO Ready by 2017

SendGrid has scaled from an email delivery platform to an email marketing giant which handles nearly 30 billion emails per month, and generated over $60 million in 2015 revenues. MarTech Advisor spoke to SendGrid CMO Scott Heimes about how they plan to achieve $100 million in revenues this year and plans to be IPO worthy in 2017.

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3 Ways to Drive Growth through Email

Email plays a crucial role in driving growth and the bottom line. Scott Heimes, Chief Marketing Officer at SendGrid highlights that email marketers must use consistent design with powerful call to actions (CTA), appeal to a global audience and ensure the mail that matters is delivered to drive growth

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