Featuring 4 Companies Heating up in the Boston Area

Spring in Boston is warming up, and these organizations are no exception. Built In Boston is digging in to see what all the buzz is about.

Written by Conlan Carter
Published on May. 28, 2024
Featuring 4 Companies Heating up in the Boston Area
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Summer’s just around the corner in Boston, and you can almost smell the lobster rolls. 

As Bostonians plan their next weekend trip to Cape Cod or grab a ticket to a Red Sox game at Fenway park, there’s a season of positive changes heating up the local tech scene. The past several years have marked steady growth in certain areas — like the increase in the average tech industry salary, according to a report from Hired — despite waves of nationwide economic setbacks.

Like the lush downtown Rose Kennedy Greenway, Built In Boston’s Featured Companies of the Month are blossoming with growth in the spring season. New product launches, company culture victories, Pride Month preparations and growing teams are some of the highlights in store for these organizations.

For tech professionals keeping tabs on stand-out local companies, look no further than this list for the latest buzz from the Boston area.
 

What they do: Definitive Healthcare is a healthtech company that provides information on the healthcare provider market with its comprehensive data platform.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching and equity option
  • Job training, paid industry certifications and tuition reimbursement
  • Dedicated diversity and inclusion staff, diversity manifesto and unconscious bias training

 

Supporting LGBTQIA Pride year-round: With Pride season around the corner, Definitive Health is celebrating its team and community in a number of ways. Built In Boston spoke with Shannyn Burch, Definitive Health’s associate VP of talent development, about the ways in which the company comes together during June for Pride Month, in October for Coming Out Month and year-round with OUT MetroWest, a local non-profit organization that supports LGBTQIA youth.

 

 

What they do: Nasuni’s cloud storage solution powers business growth with scalability, security and fast performance.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k), equity option and performance bonuses
  • Job training, continuing education and online course subscriptions
  • Unlimited PTO and paid volunteer time

 

Protecting customers with engineering innovation: As part of Nasuni’s commitment to deliver quality products and services to support its customers, the company recently developed additional security features to protect users from ransomware. Built In Boston spoke with Director of Product Management Mike Driscoll, who had hands-on experience developing the new add-on to understand the importance of this security feature. “Ransomware is everywhere — there’s news of new attacks almost every week,” said Driscoll.

 

 

What they do: Mirakl provides SaaS solutions designed to support and manage third-party marketplace and dropship businesses.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching and performance bonuses
  • Diverse management team, diversity manifesto and unconscious bias training
  • Generous PTO and paid volunteer time

 

A startup mindset and a culture of growth: As Mirakl has grown its customer base and product offerings, the office culture has maintained the dynamic feel of a startup. Built In Boston spoke with several Mirakl employees, including Senior Director of Solution Consulting Travis Parisi, who shared that the collaborative and innovative approach to work has contributed to his professional growth. “Here, the culture drives us to think bigger, to think outside the box and to go play in those different playgrounds,” said Parisi.

 


 

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What they do: Nexthink helps IT teams around the world modernize the digital employee experience.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching, equity option and performance bonuses
  • Job training, paid industry certifications and continuing education stipend
  • Dedicated diversity and inclusion staff, diversity manifesto and equal pay policy

 

Fostering greener tech partnerships: Nexthink’s products can be utilized to help tech teams track their environmental impact. In a conversation on sustainability and the tech industry’s impact on climate change, leaders at Nexthink outlined how their Collector and Employee Engagement tools can gather important data related to equipment costs and usage and campaign for increased awareness of environmental sustainability on the employee level.

 

 

What they do: NuvoAir is a healthtech organization that offers a clinical service and clinical trial platform that helps patients understand their lung health.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching and equity option
  • Job training and continuing education stipend
  • Equal pay policy and unconscious bias training

 

What positions NuvoAir is hiring for now: There are several currently open positions at NuvoAir this month, with a mix of remote and hybrid positions in the Boston area. Among the listings are entry-level nursing and project management opportunities with management roles in finance and revenue.

 

 

Responses have been edited for length and clarity. Images provided by Shutterstock and listed companies.

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