We’ve had lots to celebrate at Couchbase lately and today I’m happy to announce that we have been named one of the “50 Highest Rated Private Cloud Computing Companies to Work for” in a recent study by Glassdoor and Battery Ventures. 

The report identifies private cloud computing companies that are highest rated on Glassdoor, based on company ratings shared by employees. (Glassdoor currently holds millions of workplace reviews, ratings and insights shared by employees anonymously on approximately 580,000 companies around the world.)

To be considered, a private cloud company must have received at least 30 company reviews on Glassdoor as of August 2, 2016. On a 5-point scale, the average employee-satisfaction rating across all companies on Glassdoor is 3.3, and the average rating for the top 50 cloud companies was 4.5, which is also Couchbase’s score. This is a true testament to the workplace culture all of us at Couchbase create on a daily basis.

As much as we focus on our customers and helping some of the world’s leading enterprises build their Digital Economy databases, we never forget the core of our company and the ones that make it all happen – our employees. We have and will continue to invest in our talented team.

“Employees at these highly rated companies commonly mention in online reviews that they enjoy working for mission-driven companies with strong and unique company cultures; employers that embrace and promote transparency; and companies with experienced senior leadership teams who regularly and clearly communicate with employees,” said the Glassdoor report.

We wanted to take this opportunity to share the good news, and invite anyone looking to join a fast growing company with a dedicated, fun, ambitious team to visit our careers page at: http://www.couchbase.com/careers/open-positions

Posted by Bob Wiederhold

Bob served as President and CEO of Couchbase from 2010 to 2017. Until an acquisition by IBM in 2008, Bob served as chairman, CEO, and president of Transitive Corporation, the worldwide leader in cross-platform virtualization with over 20 million users. Previously, he was president and CEO of Tality Corporation, the worldwide leader in electronic design services, whose revenues and size grew to almost $200 million and had 1,500 worldwide employees. Bob held several executive general management positions at Cadence Design Systems, Inc., an electronic design automation company, which he joined in 1985 as an early stage start-up and helped to grow to more than $1.5 billion during his 13 years at the company. Bob also headed High Level Design Systems, a successful electronic design automation start-up that was acquired by Cadence in 1996.

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