Making complex data beautifully simple
SquaredUp helps the world’s largest enterprises transform the visibility of their IT. And now we’re on a mission to connect all your data.
We’re drowning in data and starved of information. Nowhere is this felt more than monitoring complex IT systems. We depend on these systems to live, work, and play, but the basics can still trip us up. A server runs out of disk space and takes down a core business app. A cloud application starts hitting errors but we have no idea why. There's plenty of data but it’s siloed, locked up in a sprawl of specialized tools, and hidden behind clunky user interfaces.
That’s why, in 2011, Richard Benwell founded SquaredUp – a privately owned and self-funded company. He wanted to bring modern data visualization to enterprise IT. Today, SquaredUp’s mission is to make complex data simple – simple to share, find, and understand. Our data visualization products have transformed monitoring for hundreds of enterprises worldwide.
Everyone loves a dashboard. It helps make sense of data. And it shows you what’s happening, in real-time. But to help businesses truly understand what’s happening, we need to connect data, not just visualize it. That’s why we’re intent on connecting everything that matters in your business.
We’re proud to work with some of the best-known brands in the world. They’re not just customers but a community of people who solve problems together.
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Few vendors have such an active community as SquaredUp and this, together with the regular technical content they produce, has helped us make rapid progress with the product and deliver real results, fast.
We’re bright sparks who can see the possibilities in the impossible, who get excited about charting new territories together, and who love to do the right thing by everyone. You can rely on us to be transparent in our selling, generous in our giving, and always ready to make space for fun. We now have over 80 employees worldwide and, even in a global pandemic, we love coming together. Join us.
It’s a virtual world, but we still like to call a few places home.