Nebraska’s OpsCompass on the move
Omaha-based OpsCompass continues its gains and growth in 2019 at a steady clip. Following its acquisition of Agape Red and the successful launch of its flagship cloud governance product HELM in 2018, the company immediately went to work on its new HELM Compliance Module for the healthcare industry. The module will help clients manage their…
Omaha-based OpsCompass continues its gains and growth in 2019 at a steady clip.
Following its acquisition of Agape Red and the successful launch of its flagship cloud governance product HELM in 2018, the company immediately went to work on its new HELM Compliance Module for the healthcare industry. The module will help clients manage their HIPAA/NIST requirements in the Microsoft and AWS clouds and will be commercially available in February 2019. (You can read the compliance module announcement on their blog (https://waypoint.opscompass.com/helm-a-better-way-to-do-public-cloud-compliance/).
John Grange, OpsCompass CTO remarked, “We have had an exciting six months, and have seen significant growth with clients, clear interest in the technology and engagement from the major cloud providers, and strong support from the investor community.”
OpsCompass has 20 employees and expects to double revenue in 2019 to $3.6 million. The company recently received funding from a group of investors led by Invest Nebraska and expects to expand operations throughout the Midwest. Its new offices will open in Minneapolis in early March and in Chicago in May 2019. The team remains busy supporting go-to-market activities across the region.
“Nebraska is home to a vibrant community of entrepreneurs, developers, cloud engineers, and security specialists in Nebraska and the north central region, who are poised to take advantage of this amazing new cloud technology,” said Scott Griffith, SVP of Corporate development. “Not integrating cloud into your tech strategy is like bringing a knife to a gun fight.”
The company’s HELM product is a SaaS application that integrates directly into the user’s cloud platform and enables continuous security, configuration drift detection, and compliance analysis.
OpsCompass is an Omaha-based company founded in 2017 to bring security and operational compliance tools to public cloud platforms such as Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure. The company’s founders, Manny Quevedo and John Grange, have deep experience in data center compliance and application infrastructure, with both previously building successful companies based in the Midwest.
Visit https://opscompass.com/ to read more about this company.
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