Cloud computing has taken the IT industry by storm and given rise to a number of public companies. One big investor in the trend is Battery General partner Neeraj Agrawal. Agrawal asked job-hunting site Glassdoor (a company he backed) to sift through its massive database of employee reviews and come up with the best cloud companies to work for, according to employees. It also included the CEO rating, and the "positive business outlook rating" which is the the percentage of employees that think the company's business will improve in the next six months. All of these are public companies with at least 30 company reviews on Glassdoor as of August 2, 2016. It turns out, the best cloud companies to work for include a lot of companies you may never have heard of.
Overall company rating: 3.9 stars out of 5 % of employees who think the business outlook is positive: 73% NetSuite offers financial software for small to mid-sized businesses. Oracle is in the process of trying to buy NetSuite, although, as we write this, that deal is in danger of falling through.
Overall company rating: 4.0 stars out of 5 % of employees who think the business outlook is positive: 72% Cloud remote access software that you login to your PC from anywhere and lets IT pros login to employees PCs to troubleshoot and fix.
Overall company rating: 4.