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.
Palo Alto Software and Oregon Small Business Development Center Network are pleased to announce a new strategic partnership to expand elearning opportunities for businesses throughout the state. New tools are being developed to help Small Business Development Center Network clients overcome challenges associated with time and distance.
It’s not every day a United States Congressman tours your office. The entire staff at Palo Alto Software was pleased to welcome Congressman Peter DeFazio to our office today to show him what we do help small businesses everywhere.
So funny story. We’re not actually located in Palo Alto California. We are in Eugene Oregon. Over the years, we’ve been asked a number of times “How’s the weather in California?”, so much so that we almost think it belongs on our FAQ page. But we’re happy to continue answering, because we understand – it seems like a sure thing given the name of our company.
In the spirit of that question, and to show off why we love living in Eugene Oregon so much, we’re starting a new series on this blog called Hometown Pride. Team members at PAS will express why they love living in “Unique” Eugene.