SEATTLE, WA – August 18, 2015 – ExtraHop, the global leader in real-time wire data analytics for IT intelligence and business operations, today announced that it was the recipient of the silver medal in the Puget Sound Business Journal's annual list of Washington's Best Workplaces in the "Large Business" category. ExtraHop was selected based on an independent survey of employees, which measured overall employee satisfaction around employee benefit offerings, leadership culture, and work-life balance. This marks the fifth consecutive year the Puget Sound Business Journal has honored ExtraHop in its Washington's Best Workplaces survey.
This recognition comes on the heels of the company's fourth consecutive appearance on Seattle Business Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For list in July. These accolades signify and highlight the commitment and dedication of ExtraHop to fostering a happy, healthy work environment for its employees.
"My co-founder, Jesse Rothstein, and I are committed to building not only a world-class technology company, but a business of lasting value. We could not do that without the intelligence, creativity, and relentless dedication of our employees," said Raja Mukerji, president and co-founder, ExtraHop. "These accolades from two of the region's top local business institutions are a testament to the innovative and collaborative workplace culture of ExtraHop."
ExtraHop is actively recruiting exceptional people in product development, sales, marketing, and IT. Professionals who love technology, appreciate elegant solutions to challenging problems, and are looking to expand their horizons are encouraged to learn more about career opportunities with ExtraHop at https://www.extrahop.com/company/careers/.
The winners of the Puget Sound Business Journal's 2015 Washington's Best Workplaces were announced at a special event on August 13, 2015 at Safeco Field. Visit the Puget Sound Journal Washington's Best Workplaces homepage to learn more about the event and to see a complete list of winners and finalists.