SonarSource is Growing

30.01.2014 11:42

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SonarSource provides applications and services for continuous inspection of code quality. The company has today more than 200 customers worldwide and 25 employees, and still growing.

This fall SonarSource hired a Customer Support Manager to assist its more than 350 customers worldwide. A specialist in the ITIL support methodology, he is currently evaluating the company’s further support needs. More recently, the company hired several new developers and sales assistants, and further hires are already planned in the areas of development and infrastructure. But even with those openings filled the roster still won’t be complete.

Having grown from 3 people at its founding to 25 people five years later, SonarSource is still hiring. Currently there are openings posted on the company site for an additional sales person and a Java developer, as well as an open-ended invitation to anyone who is “highly motivated to face new challenges within a fast-growing and innovative company.”

SonarSource CEO and Co-Founder Olivier Gaudin said he’s thrilled with the growth. “Five years ago, this company consisted of the 3 founders. It is great to see how the business is picking up, enabling us to grow the company and respond to our customers’ expectations by continuously innovating.”

SonarSource provides applications and services for continuous inspection of code quality. Its open source and commercial products help customers to perform development and long-term maintenance of software at a lower cost and with reduced risk. SonarSource has more than 200 customers worldwide, including Cisco Systems, Deutsche Bank, Bank of America, Michelin, Telefonica, BNP Paribas, and many others.

SonarSource was founded in November 2008 by Freddy Mallet, Simon Brandhof and Olivier Gaudin and is headquartered in Geneva.

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