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Angelique O'Rourke

Sabrina Parsons speaks at American Express CEO Bootcamp in NYC

by Angelique O'Rourke

Last week in New York City, American Express Open Forum held the CEO Bootcamp at the Times Square Sheraton. Thousands of female CEOs from around the country convened to give talks, participate in workshops, collaborate and network. CEO Bootcamp aims to get women in business together to build connections; to inspire one another and to hone leadership and […]

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Candice Landau

CEO, Sabrina Parsons Featured on Cover of National UK Business Magazine

by Candice Landau

In the Autumn 2014 issue of newbusiness, Nick Martindale interviews Sabrina Parsons to find out how a small family business not only survived the recession, but grew to become a major global SaaS company. The answer lies somewhere between cutting unnecessary expenses; working hard to remain ‘cash flow positive'; and valuing your employees as well as […]

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Jonathan Michael

Trick or Treat: Halloween at Palo Alto Software

by Jonathan Michael

Last Friday, Palo Alto Software celebrated Halloween in style. Many of our employees dressed up for the day, we enjoyed a group lunch together, and then later in the afternoon employee families visited the office for kiddos to trick-or-treat around the office. We held a costume contest, and there were so many creative costumes! They […]

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Angelique O'Rourke

Our First Ever Office Chili Cook-Off

by Angelique O'Rourke

With colder fall weather finally setting in, and University of Oregon Duck’s games in full swing, our LiveWell Committee here at Palo Alto Software (a committee we have just to plan awesome events for us and strengthen our company culture) had the great idea to combine some hot comfort food with some classic autumn entertainment. […]

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Jonathan Michael

Palo Alto Software Geeks Out With Its Neighbors

by Jonathan Michael

Downtown Eugene, OR is a growing and bustling mix of eclectic characters and unique businesses. If you haven’t visited, then you’re missing out on food trucks, street performers, tea houses, doughnut shops, pizza parlors, and corporate offices. At 44 W. Broadway (the Broadway Commerce Center), we share a five-story building with several other companies, including, […]

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Candice Landau

Palo Alto Software Working with MBA Students from the University of Oregon

by Candice Landau

This year, we’re playing host to not one or two students from the University of Oregon, but the entire first year class of MBA students. They’ll be using their time with us to learn how to market and manage a business, and they’ll be helping us identify new opportunities for growth. When Palo Alto Software’s […]

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Noah Parsons

What’s it like to work at Palo Alto Software?

by Noah Parsons

When you wake up in the morning, do you dread going to work? Is work more of a chore than an exciting challenge? Does your work have an inspiring mission? As we grow Palo Alto Software, we’re working hard to make sure that we’re building a great place to work. We want people who are […]

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Candice Landau

What Do We Do on Eugene’s Day of Caring? Hint: It Involves Gloves

by Candice Landau

Is there anything better than spending a morning strolling through beautiful parklands? Well, yes: spending a morning strolling through beautiful parklands picking up trash. Really. It just makes you feel good! Last week Wednesday — under the savvy guidance of one of our LivePlan developers, Adam Becker — 16 Palo Alto Software employees volunteered to […]

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Sabrina Parsons

#NotEqualYet: The Palo Alto Software Study of Gender in The Workplace

by Sabrina Parsons

The above image is from our latest infographic about gender equality in the workplace. While we’ve certainly made strides in the fight against inequality among men and women at work, there is more to be done. Here at Palo Alto Software, we believe that we all stand to benefit from a workplace that supports women […]

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Teri Epperly

Take Us Out To The Ball Game: Palo Alto Software Company Picnic at PK Park

by Teri Epperly

It was a beautiful summer evening for a company barbecue at a recent baseball game featuring the Emeralds, Eugene’s minor league team, affectionately referred to as the Ems. It’s always fun to see co-workers and their families together and it looked like everyone was having a great time. The baseball facility had “the bases” covered for […]

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