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7. Clients and Our Verticals

Posted by Alex Winkler on Jul 27, 2017 7:00:00 AM

 

Did you miss the beginning of our Top 10 series on what makes Coastal Cloud a fast growing and fun environment to work in based on our employees opinions? Start here.


“Coastal Cloud is not all about cutting-edge technology. It’s also about making connections with our clients and getting to know their story.”


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Coastal Cloud gives employees the opportunity to explore different industries.

A core value at Coastal Cloud is putting the client’s needs first. Coastal Cloud has a customer focused mentality led by our executive leadership with over five decades of experience in our focused industries. Coastal Cloud currently works with many different types of industries such as healthcare, higher education, public sector, nonprofits, manufacturing, automotive, telecommunications, and more.

The Managing Director at the Louisville office, Erik Dunnigan, said it perfectly: “I love that I have the opportunity to learn about other industries and explore new businesses. Coastal Cloud is not all about cutting-edge technology. It’s also about making connections with our clients and getting to know their story.”

 

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With a 9.6/10 customer approval rating with Salesforce, Coastal Cloud strives to meet the needs of their clients, no matter how large or small the company. Coastal Cloud serves large corporations, as well as start up businesses. Solutions Architect Andy Cather said “I could be working for a Fortune 1000 company one day and a small start up the next. It’s great to have a variety of clients to work with that have different interests and backgrounds.”

This is just one reason employees love to work at Coastal Cloud; everyday comes with new challenges and experiences through our clients.

 

Coastal’s ‘clients for life’ mentality is a direct result of being named one of Jacksonville Business Journal’s Fast 50 Companies! LINK!! 

Alex Winkler

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