We’re excited to announce that the Jellyfish Engineering Management Platform has been recognized as a Leader within the Software Development Analytics Tools Category by G2, the world’s largest and most trusted software marketplace.
This recognition is based on the responses of real users for software development analytics tools-related questions featured in the G2 review form.
Jellyfish achieved Leader status on the Software Development Analytics Tools Report by receiving positive reviews from verified users compared to similar products in the same category. For inclusion in the report a product must have received 10 or more reviews.
“Rankings on G2 reports are based on data provided to us by real software buyers,” said Sara Rossio, Chief Product Officer at G2. “Potential buyers know they can trust these insights when researching and selecting software because they’re rooted in vetted, verified, and authentic reviews.”
Learn more about what real users have to say (or leave a review of Jellyfish on G2’s review page!)
This comes after being named as a Finalist for the 2022 SaaS Awards, administered by the Cloud Awards, and having announced a $71M Series C round of funding co-led by Accel, Insight Partners, and Tiger Global earlier this year.
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Jellyfish is the leading Engineering Management Platform that enables engineering leaders to align engineering work with strategic business objectives. By analyzing engineering signals and contextual business data, Jellyfish provides complete visibility into engineering organizations, the work they do, and how they operate. Companies like Mastercard, Priceline, Zoominfo, and Pagerduty use Jellyfish to optimize the allocation of engineering resources to focus their
teams on what matters most to the business.