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 [...]
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 [...]
Here at Palo Alto Software, we value our community and love to contribute to the programs that help it flourish. Especially for those organizations that help our local youth explore and learn about technology. The Boys and Girl’s Club is one such organization, and Palo Alto Software recently decided to reach out and conduct a [...]
At Palo Alto Software, it’s easy to forget that generous flex-time and working parent policies aren’t a standard benefit. Here, it’s so much a part of our culture to see children in the office, or to notice that a co-worker has taken the afternoon off to volunteer with a local community organization, that we forget [...]
Join Palo Alto Software’s CEO Sabrina Parsons at this year’s South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. Sabrina will be hosting a mentor session called “Startup: The Path to Revenue and Cash.” From SXSW’s press: Having trouble generating revenue and making cash off your startup or small business? Learn from serial entrepreneur and [...]
This year Palo Alto Software celebrated the holidays with a larger-than-ever team and a focus on community. Employees brought their families to our brand-new office space to enjoy a dinner catered by local restaurant Agate Alley Bistro, and CEO Sabrina Parsons gave everyone custom bags from Eugene-based Archival Clothing. LivePlan developer Adam Becker’s son was looking [...]
Today, The New York Times published an interview with Sabrina Parsons, the CEO of Palo Alto Software. In it, she discusses how she’s brought some of the best elements of the Silicon Valley startup culture she came from with her to Palo Alto Software, while leaving the less-desirable elements behind. Read “A Startup Spirit, Without [...]
Recently Palo Alto Software CEO Sabrina Parsons joined by Russ Capper on The BusinessMakers Show. Check it out to hear her talk about how she rose to her current position, how Palo Alto Software’s corporate culture encourages a healthy work/life balance, and more.