The Silicon Review
|N. Robert Hammer, Chairman, President & CEO
|Commvault was formed in 1988 as a development group within Bell Labs, and later designated as a strategic business unit of AT&T Network Systems. In 1996, it was incorporated as an independent company.
|First Line Software
|Nick Puntikov, CEO
|First Line started off using Agile methodologies and then as it accumulated significant tech stack knowledge and specific industry expertise, evolved to include the Intellectual Integration approach.
|Eyal Shalom, CEO
|Since 1993, RadView has enabled over 3500 customers around the world to assure the performance, scalability and reliability of their internet applications.
|Jim Rose, CEO
|CircleCI is a developer-driven company that earned their place on our list by growing from 20 employees at the close of 2014 to 60 employees in the summer of 2016.
|Sujee Saparamadu, CEO & Founder
|Launched in 2005, OrangeHRM is the most popular open source human resource management (HRM) software in the world.
|Chris Wilkes, President & CEO
|Sigmetrix was actually born out of the Defense Systems Group at Texas Instruments. The group partnered with BYU and developed a product called TI/TOL and in the mid ‘90s the software hit the market.
|Chris Macomber, CEO
|WhoKnows is building the first cognitive business network using machine learning, contextual intelligence, and people data analytics.
|Paul Stich, CEO
|Appthority, the global leader in enterprise mobile threat protection, delivers proactive visibility into mobile risk starting with the most comprehensive mobile application analysis available.
|Jeh Daruvala, Founder & CEO
|Yactraq delivers business insights through audio mining and speech analytics taking the guesswork out of managing call operations.