Namely featured today in The Cloud 100, the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world.
This year’s inaugural Cloud 100, compiled by Forbes in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures, seeks to identify and recognize the most promising and fast-growing cloud companies in the world.
“The modern workplace is being transformed by software hosted in the cloud,” said Alex Konrad of Forbes when introducing The Cloud 100. “Many of the most exciting companies are startups, a new breed of private cloud company that wants to revolutionize how we do our jobs.”
At Namely, our mission is to help mid-sized companies build a better workplace. We’ve created the first HR platform that employees love to use. At the same time, our cloud-based software is powerful enough to streamline everything HR, payroll, and benefits for mid-sized companies. Freed from admin and compliance work, HR professionals can focus on culture, employee experience, and developing their people.
“Traditionally, powerful cloud-based HR platforms were only accessible for large enterprise companies,” said Matt Straz, Namely CEO. “Thanks to the cloud, Namely can offer every mid-sized company the tools to build a great workplace.”
In a great workplace, we believe your employees find purpose and your company performs at its best. We’re humbled and honored to take our place in The Cloud 100, and we look forward to building better workplaces with mid-sized companies everywhere.