May 7, 2019
Gigster accelerates the delivery of digital transformation applications, giving companies the agility to thrive in a software-defined world.
The company envisions a future where the best ideas flourish and provide great choices for customers to enrich their lives. Today, a few digital-native companies are disrupting almost every industry. Gigster believes in democratizing this capability—enabling all companies to build their own digital DNA to create life-changing products, engage their customers and empower employees.
This vision requires a global network of talented people who can realize their full potential. We believe the best software will be built by those who are inspired by their work, can choose their work environment, and are rewarded for pure contribution—in the company of equally passionate colleagues.
After hearing how Gigster has grown more than 30% and is rapidly approaching the $50 million annual revenue, I was excited for an opportunity to learn more about their story and the road ahead.
Christopher Keene CEO at Gigster joins me on my daily tech podcast. Chris joined the Gigster team as CEO earlier this year. He previously sold his company, WaveMaker, to VMware, where he redefined VMware’s strategy for cloud computing and helped drive the $400 million Pivotal spinouts.
Chris share his insights around their tech trends report and why we should be looking to IBM, Google, Microsoft, Amazon and providers of machine learning APIs to release more inclusive datasets that combat embedded discrimination and bias in AI.
We also talk about how Gigster is helping tech startups better gain access to the tech talent needed to scale.