Glassdoor Selected As Hottest Tech Company

2011-03-01 07:00:05

It may be cold out but Glassdoor is hot in San Francisco! For the second consecutive year, Glassdoor has been honored by Lead411 as one of the hottest companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. More than 2,200 companies were evaluated and the list recognizes the top 60 fastest growing technology companies.

We are flattered to be honored by Lead411 and wanted to congratulate all the other great companies that made the list:

Aravo Solutions Inc, Booyah Inc., Castlight Health, ClairMail , Cloud Engines Inc, Cloudmark Inc, Clustrix, Inc.,Cyan Optics Inc, CyberArts Licensing LLC, Delivery Agent, Inc, Ecast, Eightfold Logic, Engine Yard, Envivio, Inc, Eventbrite, Flurry, Inc., Glam Media, Inc, Glassdoor.com, Healthline Networks, Inc, Hi5 Networks, Involver, IPWireless, JiWire, Inc, Joyent Inc, Kontera Technologies, Inc, LeadQual LLC, Lithium Technologies, Livescribe Inc, Lookout, Inc, LoopNet Inc, Meraki Inc, MOG Inc, MuleSoft, NetShelter Technology Media, Okta, Pandora, Polarion Software , Prosper Marketplace, Inc, Quantcast Corporation, Rapleaf, Reply! Inc, richrelevance™, Scribd, Sensys Networks, Sugar Inc, Tapjoy, Teachscape, TokBox Inc, TRUSTe, Twilio, Twitter, Ustream TV, Workday, Inc, Xobni Corporation, Xoom Corporation, Yola Inc, Zendesk Inc, Zoom Systems, Zoosk Inc, Zynga,

Want to find jobs at these hot companies? Glassdoor is hiring!

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