“With the recent investment from Dassault Systèmes and our existing investors, we are moving forward aggressively in NuoDB’s go-to-market efforts,” stated Barry Morris, NuoDB CEO and Co-Founder.
What a momentous week here at NuoDB! Here are a few of the highlights:
In a press release Wednesday, it was announced that two highly accomplished software industry veterans have joined the firm. Bob Walmsley, as Executive Vice President of Sales and Services, and Steve Cellini, in the role of Vice President of Product Management. Bob and Steve provide NuoDB with the wealth of market experience necessary to deliver on achieving its goals.
Yesterday, Red Herring published their list of the Top 100 Technology Companies in North America. NuoDB was included (write-up on p. 96), as was announced last year. To be distinguished as such is a great thrill, especially alongside a slew of other innovative businesses such as Pentaho, Actifio, Veracode, Glassdoor and MuleSoft.
Here’s an interesting bit on NuoDB from the Red Herring piece.
The company has built and patented the jet engine, says Barry Morris, CEO and Co-Founder; therefore challengers have no choice but to try and make a faster propeller engine. They’re trying to inflict incremental improvements upon a product which NuoDB has replaced.
To top it off, the company is inching closer to moving into new office space down the hall. Here’s some of the crew checking in on construction.
The new office has double to space to accommodate a growing team. So stay tuned! There are a bunch of positions hiring now, and even more to come.