Skytap Stock

skytap.comEnterprise Software / Software DevelopmentFounded: 2006Funding to Date: $131.84MM

Skytap is a cloud provider focused on accelerating enterprise innovation by modernizing traditional applications with cloud-native development and services.

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Management Team

Frank Colich
Chief Financial Officer & Board Member
Bradley Schick
Chief Executive Officer
Jill Domanico
Chief People Officer
Chris Griggs
General Manager, EMEA
Jon Schrader
Senior Vice President, Customer Success
Theo Beack
Advisory Board Member
Neil Holloway
Senior Vice President, Business Development
John Ludeman
Senior Vice President, Engineering

Board Members

Frank Colich
Bob Kelly Ph.D
Ignition Partners
Scott Maxwell Ph.D
Insight Partners
William Richter
Frank Fanzilli Jr.
Matthew McIlwain
Madrona Venture Group
Stuart Phillips
Insight Partners
Hillel Moerman
Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing Group
Matthew Dorr
Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing Group
Timothy Porter
Madrona Venture Group


Skytap partners with Microsoft, brings its cloud service for legacy apps to Azure

Skytap partners with Microsoft, brings its cloud service for legacy apps to Azure

Xconomy: With $45M in New Cash, Skytap Covers Terrain Missed by Cloud Giants

Despite their size, the cloud computing services provided by tech giants such as Microsoft, Amazon, and Google, don’t work for everyone. Skytap, a
Updated on: Jul 25, 2024


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