25 Cloud Computing Companies You Should Know

May 18, 2019
Updated: September 6, 2019
Written by Mike Thomas

In the age of web hyper-connectivity, cloud computing is bigger than ever. Whether of the public, private or hybrid variety, clouds support an array of traditionally hardware-based functions, including software, infrastructure and what's known as FaaS — functions-as-a-service, aka serverless computing.

Cloud Computing Companies With $300M+ Funding

  • Blackbaud
  • Box
  • CA Technologies
  • Dropbox
  • Intel
  • Medallia
  • NetApp
  • Nutanix
  • Oracle
  • Procore
  • Salesforce
  • ServiceTitan

As a result, companies and organizations have more flexibility in terms of scaling up, it's easier and faster to recover lost or corrupted data, hardware expenses are greatly diminished, security measures are more robust, energy use and carbon footprints diminish — and the list goes on.

Here are 25 cloud computing companies that provide crucial services for users of all types and sizes.

cloud computing companies NetApp
NetApp

NetApp

Industry: Data Storage + IT

Location: Sunnyvale, California

What it does: NetApp’s private and public clouds help businesses manage and share data around the globe, in the process achieving greater cost efficiency and innovation. The company’s many cloud services include ONTAP cloud storage data management and NetApp cloud sync data synchronization. 

 

cloud computing companies Workiva
Workiva

Workiva

Industry: Government + Software

Location: Aimes, Iowa

What it does: Workiva’s cloud-based platform, Wdesk, comes with proprietary word processing, spreadsheet and presentation applications that help companies improve the collecting, reporting and analysis of their data. It also simplifies the creation of complex reports and helps users more easily address compliance requirements.

 

cloud computing companies BillTrust
BillTrust

BillTrust

Industry: Fintech + Software

Location: Lawrenceville, New Jersey

What it does: BillTrust’s secure, cloud-based invoice-to-cash solution automates and speeds up the invoicing process. Products include the integrated payment solution Quantum Payments and the auto-payment Quantum Cash Application.

 

cloud computing companies SailPoint Technologies
SailPoint Technologies

SailPoint Technologies

Industry: Cybersecurity + Software

Location: Austin, Texas

What it does: SailPoint offers cloud-based identity and access management solutions that help companies better control user access in order to streamline compliance and reduce fraud. Its several products include IdentityNow, SecurityIQ and IdentityIQ Compliance Manager.

 

cloud computing companies Blackbaud
Blackbaud

Blackbaud

Industry: Data Storage + Software

Location: Charleston, South Carolina

What it does: Blackbaud’s cloud-based software solutions serve a variety of sectors in the nonprofit industry, including foundations, educational institutions and charities. Its cloud products include tools for fundraising, marketing, communications and accounting.

 

cloud computing companies Procore Technologies
Procore Technologies

Procore Technologies

Industry: Construction + SaaS

Location: Carpinteria, California

What it does: Procore makes cloud-based construction management software that lets users create, edit, review and share project data with others, regardless of location. Among its cloud products are the document management platform Procore Drive and the drawing management application CurrentSet.

 

cloud computing companies Ping Identity
Ping Identity

Ping Identity

Industry: Cybersecurity

Location: Denver, Colorado

What it does: Ping develops cloud-based software that facilitates identity management while providing multi-factor authentication and single sign-on tools. Security products include PingAccess and PingOne Cloud.

 

cloud computing companies Medallia
Medallia

Medallia

Industry: SaaS

Location: San Mateo, California

What it does: Medallia’s cloud-based customer experience management software helps companies capture, analyze and act on customer data from a variety of sources, including mobile, in-store and online. Products include Net Promoter Score, Medallia Ask Now and Medallia Insights Suite.

 

cloud computing companies Acquia
Acquia

Acquia

Industry: Software

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

What it does: Acquia’s enterprise solutions include its Acquia Cloud platform, which provides development tools, hosting services and enterprise-grade security, and Acquia Cloud Site Factory, which lets marketing teams manage multiple sites on a single dashboard.

 

cloud computing companies Ensono
Ensono​​​

Ensono

Industry: IT + Software

Location: Chicago, Illinois

What it does: Ensono’s cloud solutions integrate with a company’s existing IT environment to facilitate everything from governance to migration. Cloud services include managed Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web, DevOps for automation, a managed private cloud for business-critical applications and Cloud Connect for secure, reliable and highly available connectivity.

 

cloud computing companies iManage
iManage

iManage

Industry: Productivity

Location: Chicago, Illinois

What it does: In its quest to improve productivity and governance, iManage has developed an array of work product management solutions. They include iManage Work 10, iManage Drive and iManage Share.

 

cloud computing companies ServiceNow
ServiceNow

ServiceNow

Industry: IT + PaaS

Location: Santa Clara, California

What it does: ServiceNow’s enterprise cloud computing solutions let businesses work across teams, silos and systems by digitally automating tasks and workflows. Via its ServiceNow platform, the company provides workflow automation, data benchmarking, encryption and more.

 

cloud computing companies Sphera
Sphera

Sphera

Industry: Software

Location: Chicago, Illinois

What it does: Sphera provides cloud-based integrated risk management software for environmental health and safety, operational risk and product stewardship. Its SpheraCloud offers users a complete integrated view of their risk and compliance portfolios while connecting stakeholders across the entire risk value chain.

 

cloud computing companies ServiceTitan
ServiceTitan

ServiceTitan

Industry: SaaS

Location: Glendale, California

What it does: ServiceTitan makes mobile cloud-based business management software for residential plumbing, HVAC and electrical service companies. Its products — which facilitate a variety of important functions that include intelligent dispatch, custom reporting and marketing automation — are designed to streamline operations, improve customer service and increase sales.

 

cloud computing companies Box
Box

Box

Industry: SaaS

Location: Redwood City, California 

What it does: Box offers online file sharing and cloud content management that lets companies securely manage and share enterprise content (eg., sales data, medical records) from any place or device. Benefits include the automation of business processes, the implementation of data protection measures and more.

 

Icertis cloud computing companies
Icertis

Icertis

Industry: SaaS

Location: Bellvue, Washington

What it does: Icertis is a cloud-based software management solution that helps companies manage contracts and improve compliance. Products include the Icertis Contract Management platform, which lets users proactively monitor contracts to ensure full compliance, improve governance, reduce cycle times and more.

 

cloud computing companies Dropbox
Dropbox

Dropbox

Industry: SaaS

Location: San Francisco, California

What it does: Dropbox is a cloud-based platform for sharing, collaboration and storage. It's available via a variety of devices from any connected location.

 

cloud computing companies Intel
Intel

Intel 

Industry: Hardware + IT + Software

Location: Santa Clara, California

What it does: A few years ago, computer chip giant Intel made hefty investments in software designed to improve cloud-based computing. These days its platform lets users build hybrid, private and public clouds that drive application innovation, assist IT developers and optimize workloads.

 

cloud computing companies Salesforce
Salesforce

Salesforce

Industry: SaaS

Location: San Francisco, California

What it does: A provider of enterprise cloud solutions, Salesforce offers a variety of cloud-based products. They include the access- and support-centric Service Cloud and the marketing- and web personalization-oriented Marketing Cloud as well as Commerce Cloud and Community Cloud, all of which aim to enhance business-customer relationships.

 

cloud computing companies Oracle
Oracle

Oracle

Industry: IT + Software 

Location: Redwood Shores, California

What it does: Oracle provides many products and services, among them a cloud platform (hybrid, private or public) that lets users run both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads, connect third-party apps and enjoy “core-to-edge” security that halts unsanctioned apps and thwarts cyberattacks. The Oracle Autonomous Database aims to eliminate complexity, human error and manual management.

 

cloud computing companies VMware
VMware

VMware

Industry: Infrastructure + Software

Location: Palo Alto, California

What it does: VMWare’s cloud computing services let companies do a variety of things: run, manage, connect and protect their applications on any cloud; choose the best type of cloud for their needs; and deploy a single operational and security model across clouds (both public and private) to "minimize risk, reduce complexity and improve ROI."

 

Twilio IoT Security
Twilio

Twilio

Industry: Sofware

Location: San Francisco, California

What it does: Twilio’s Engagement Cloud communications software platform lets developers quickly build, tweak and deliver new customer experiences. It comes with an intuitive drag-and-drop visual editor and a single interface for multiple channels, including SMS, phone, in-app chat, email and messaging apps.

 

Nutanix IoT Security
Nutanix

Nutanix

Industry: Data Center + Software

Location: San Jose, California

What it does: Nutanix’s Enterprise Cloud helps companies improve their IT strategy and results in a variety of ways, including built-in machine intelligence, automation and analytics, seamless migration capabilities and a security-first design. It also provides a multi-cloud optimization serviced called Beam.

 

cloud computing companies VictorOps
VictorOps

VictorOps

Industry: IT + Software

Location: Denver, Colorado

What it does: VictorOps facilitates real-time incident management via its cloud-based platform that connects users regardless of time zone or location. Through a combination of data monitoring, system actions and human remediation, the company aims to help users leverage actionable insights and more quickly solve problems as they arise.

 

CA Technologies IoT Security
CA Technologies

CA Technologies

Industry: IT + Software

Location: New York, New York

What it does: CA’s hybrid cloud solutions and tools aim to improve app development, test applications more quickly and comprehensively, allow for fast and consistent deployment across clouds public, private and hybrid and optimize performance.

 

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