MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ooyala, Inc., www.ooyala.com, the leader in online video management, analytics and monetization, today announced its recognition as one of the Bay Area’s “Best Places to Work” by The San Francisco Business Times and San Jose/Silicon Valley Business Journal. Ooyala ranked in the top 20 for the second consecutive year among companies employing 51-100 employees in the San Francisco Bay Area.
“We are extremely proud to be recognized as one of the best places to work,” said Jay Fulcher, CEO, Ooyala. “At Ooyala, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that not only challenges our employees but also rewards them for their creativity and hard work. This award is a testament to our talented employees who never cease to amaze us with their passion and commitment to making Ooyala a global technology leader.”
The San Francisco Business Times and San Jose/Silicon Valley Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” list is the result of employee survey responses from 301 companies operating in 12 counties in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. The position a company earns on the list is based entirely on employee surveys ranking the company’s culture, professional development, benefits and management practices.
Since it’s founding in 2007, Ooyala has experienced fast growth and quickly expanded its global footprint on its mission to drive the future of online video with innovative products and new ways to analyze and monetize video data. In the first three months of 2011, Ooyala has already added close to 50 new employees across all of its offices. To learn more about life at Ooyala and employment opportunities, visit: http://www.ooyala.com/about/careers.
Ooyala is the leader in online video management, publishing, analytics and monetization. Our integrated suite of technologies and services give content owners the power to expand audiences and the deep insights that drive increased viewer engagement and revenue from video. Ooyala serves hundreds of global media companies and marketers including Endemol, Fremantle Media, News International, Telegraph Media Group, Vans, Vice Magazine, and Yahoo! Japan.
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