SnapLogic Sets Up Shop In Boulder

In another demonstration of Boulder's growing reputation as a center for technology companies, a Silicon Valley company, SnapLogic, has set up shop in Boulder. According to SnapLogic, it has opened up a new office in Boulder to serve as the company's inside sales headquarters. SnapLogic said the new office will support all of its North American field sales activities. The new office will be led by Senior Vice President of Globaoperations, Jack Kudale. SnapLogic cited Boulder's attractiveness to startups, the proximity to talent, and reputation for innovation in software in its choice of the new office. The software company also said it plans to also add employees to its research and development team at the new office, right off the Pearl Street Mall. SnapLogic is venture backed by Andreessen Horowitz and Ignition Partners, and was co-founded by Gaurav Dhillon, the co-founder and former CEO of Informatica.