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At Gearset, their mission has always been to set the standard in Salesforce DevOps by building a deep understanding of their users, then solving their problems with a team of smart, pragmatic and focused people.
As a team founded by software engineers with a track record of working very closely with their users, they noticed early on that the incumbent companies in the market had a very different model to the one they are used to. They tended to sell from the top down, working with CIOs and senior management to broker deals, often involving bespoke, per-customer pricing, and required customisations and consultations. Gearset wanted to take a different approach - to talk directly to the hundreds of thousands of Salesforce developers and administrators across the globe who had DevOps problems to solve every day.
When a developer working on a tight deadline hits an issue and goes searching for a solution, they want Gearset to be discoverable, easy to use, and capable of solving the problem then and there. They do not want that developer to have to get in touch, sit through a demo, negotiate pricing, and wait for Gearset to provision an instance. So, Gearset are transparent with their pricing set out unambiguously online with no hidden charges. They are easy to do business with and anybody can try Gearset in just a couple of clicks and completely its free for 30 days, without having to talk to them first or provide payment.
“2020 has been such a difficult year for everyone, but I've been inspired to see our team pull together and support one another - whether by sharing a cheeky coffee over Zoom with a colleague who's feeling a bit down, or being flexible with a teammate who's balancing being Head of Marketing and Headteacher for their kids. Getting a 3 star accreditation is such a lovely recognition of everything the team has done to help each other this year” - Kevin Boyle, CEO
During the pandemic, Gearset aimed to help where they could. One of their employees got involved with the Frontline Face Shield Initiative, which provides face shields to the Air Ambulance, local care homes, hospitals, maternity wards, and any other vital services in need of PPE. Gearset donated £1,500 to help this great cause, allowing a group of 3Dprinting enthusiasts around Cambridge to produce 800 more shields. Their CEO also dropped off fruit and biscuits for NHS workers at the local hospital, Addenbrookes.
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