As we look back at the last year, there’s a lot to reflect on—moments to be proud of, challenges overcome, and new opportunities realized—but if there’s one thing that stood out, it’s how our employees came together to support each other, our customers, and our communities. We attribute that to our strong culture, which is rooted in our decision to make employees our number one core value since day one, and continues to guide us today in building a workplace where everyone is valued, heard, inspired, and encouraged to bring their best selves to work.
As we look ahead, we see a tremendous opportunity in front of us—to partner with more organizations across industries and serve as the backbone of their digital transformation efforts so that they can adapt and grow in this changing world. And, foundational to our ability to do that will be our employees. So, as we embark on this journey and explore a new future of work, we remain more committed than ever to our core values and plan to increase our workforce by more than 20% (or 2,500+ hires) in our fiscal year 2022. In doing so, we’ll have an even stronger foundation to scale and innovate on our path to $10 billion in revenue.
To help us reach this goal, we plan to invest in and expand office locations that will help us open up new talent pools and attract some of the best minds. For instance, in North America, we’ll continue investing in our Pleasanton headquarters and increasing our workforce there, as well as growing our presence in our Atlanta, Beaverton, Ore.; Boulder, Colo.; Chicago, and Vancouver offices. In Atlanta, specifically, we plan to hire for more than 250 roles across customer support, human resources, product, and sales, helping expand our East Coast presence and boosting geographical connectedness with our European colleagues, customers, and partners. Beyond North America, we intend to increase our global headcount across Europe and Asia, which includes the creation of 400 jobs in Dublin and new roles across our Australia, Japan, and Singapore offices.