Pendo, a growing technology company founded in Raleigh, will more than triple its local operations over the next five years, adding 590 jobs and investing $34.5 million in Wake County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
“North Carolina is home to many of the best tech minds in the industry, and Pendo grew out of that innovative culture,” said Governor Cooper. “As homegrown companies evolve, they get the opportunity to reassess their location and expansion plans. North Carolina’s experienced tech talent pool won Pendo’s commitment to expand here.”
Pendo started in Raleigh in 2013 when alumni from Rally Software, Google, Cisco and Red Hat set out to build software to understand and act on what drives digital product success. Pendo’s product cloud now provides user insight, user guidance and user communication tools for digital product teams at software companies and digital enterprises around the world and across industries. They use Pendo to understand how users journey through their web and mobile applications, and provides tools to onboard and educate those users, collect feedback, and ultimately, to increase product adoption and engagement.
“Our mission at Pendo is big and bold—we want to improve society’s experience with software,” said Todd