Skytap is proud to announce our inclusion in the AlwaysOn’s 2013 OnDemand 100 Top Private Companies list.

“Being selected for the OnDemand 100 for the fourth consecutive year is a testament to Skytap’s track record of innovation in the cloud computing industry,” said Scott Roza, CEO of Skytap. “The solution we’ve built empowers companies to accelerate their transition to the cloud by offering a powerful, self-service solution for dynamic workloads. This recognition is also a strong validation of our ongoing commitment to developing agile cloud solutions that meet the demands of increasingly complex, diversified, and globalized enterprise IT environments.”

About the OnDemand 100 list:

The fourth annual AlwaysOn OnDemand 100 represents a list of vigorous emerging and mature companies that are going beyond creating new business opportunities. The cloud infrastructure, SaaS, and on-demand marketplace is reinventing computing—how it’s powered, where data is stored, and where and when we access it.

The AlwaysOn editorial team, along with partners at KPMG, Bridge Bank, General Catalyst Partners, Menlo Ventures, GSV Capital, Mayfield Fund, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Intel Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Azure Capital, Allegis Capital, Venrock, InterWest Partners, Illuminate Ventures, Madrona Venture Group, AT&T, Jafco Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, Oak Investment Partners, Greylock Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, and industry experts across the globe, went out into the entrepreneurial ecosystem to find the top 100 private companies that are disrupting the entire computing paradigm.

These startups are bringing a new world of highly nimble, versatile, and mobile services to everyone participating in the new digital era. While these businesses are transforming the way we interact with computers and computing resources, they are also creating high-growth businesses that offer huge upside potential for investors.


Read the full press release: Skytap Named a Top 100 Private Company for Fourth Consecutive Year

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