A Top Israeli Startup: PerimeterX Employees Say Why

Calcalist Tech has named PerimeterX one of the 50 Most Promising Israeli Startups of 2020, and we are honored to be recognized alongside some of the most innovative companies in the region. Since its founding, PerimeterX has championed curiosity, innovation, collaboration and customer focus in its team members. It’s with these values that we’re able to evolve as a team and achieve our goals together.

To commemorate this recognition, we invited team members from the Tel Aviv office to comment on what they think makes PerimeterX a promising Israeli startup.

David Pankovski, DevOps Pod Manager

“Last year we hit huge milestones in terms of scale and traffic. It was a direct extension of our extraordinary DevOps journey! Each one of us puts the best DevOps practices first, keeps an open mind and develops creative solutions. That’s what differentiates us and makes our product more stable, robust and adaptive to daily changes.”

Gad Bornstein, Product Manager

“We are helping digital businesses thrive in a constantly changing environment—this is why we have to adapt fast and get stuff done. And although we have the leading domain experts in the industry, reality always unfolds surprises. We are able to win this thanks to our culture of taking risks on people, projects and initiatives. I have been with PerimeterX for almost 2 years, and I have always received the support of my team to dream big and do the unbelievable. Solving hard problems and making the internet a better place—that’s our drive, and this is why I enjoy being part of this journey.”

Yaara Suesskind, Customer Success Engineer

“This past year was an adventure! It is a great privilege being part of a company that was named a market leader, growing from one to three products and supporting huge customers from (Read more...)

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