LogicMonitor is a SaaS-based IT Infrastructure Monitoring platform that helps Enterprise IT monitor on-premises, cloud and hybrid datacenters from a single platform. In non-tech speak, the company helps other businesses monitor infrastructures, allowing them to not only see what’s in front of them, but to predict what’s coming next by using data to unlock opportunities.
Take a look at the company behind the platform, including an inside look at the company culture and advice for getting hired from CEO Kevin McGibben.
Industry: Computer software
Locations: The company’s headquarters is in Santa Barbara, California, but it has other U.S. location in New York, New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Other locations include London, England, Sydney, Australia, and Singapore.
CEO: Kevin McGibben
Mission: “What binds us is our dedication to our mission: simplifying technology management for humankind,” the company’s website states.
How much do LogicMonitor employees make?
The average salary for a LogicMonitor employee is $117,314 per year. Ladders estimates are based on our calculations.
The headquarters in Santa Barbara, California is looking for a Senior Product Manager and a Principle Product Manager to join the team. View Ladders’ LogicMonitor Jobs page for a full list of open roles and information on how to apply.
LogicMonitor company culture
“The culture at LogicMonitor is transparent, fun, and collaborative with a ‘get things done’ attitude,” said CEO Kevin McGibben. “Our offices are vibrant places, and I’m inspired when I visit as the hunger, passion and friendliness of all LogicMonitor employees across the globe is always motivating!”
According to McGibben, the company aims to make everyone feel welcome by creating team-building activities and a fun social calendar.
“We hire intelligent professionals who have a desire to succeed and are open to coaching in order to be the best they can be – but everyone must leave their egos at the door,” McGibben said.
Interview advice from CEO Kevin McGibben
“At LogicMonitor we are building a special company, so I encourage all candidates to think about what makes them special,” McGibben said, when asked what advice he would give to someone interviewing at LogicMonitor. “What skills and experiences can they bring to help further our mission?”
McGibben recommends that candidates do their research before any interview with the company so they understand its stories, customers, and are able to articulate what the organization does.
- Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
- Flexible spending account (FSA)
- Health savings account (HSA)
- Supplemental life insurance
- Occupational accident insurance
- Mental health care
- Accidental death & dismemberment insurance
- Retiree health & medical
- Performance bonus
- Equity incentive plan
- 401K plan
- Stock options
- Charitable gift matching
- Maternity & paternity leave
- Adoption assistance
- Reduced or flexible hours
- Family medical leave
- Work from home
- Dependent care
- Unpaid extended leave
- Vacation & paid time off
- Paid holidays
- Sick days
- Volunteer time off
- Bereavement leave
- Employee discount
- Employee assistance program
- Commuter checks & assistance
- Company social events
- Free lunch or snacks
- Gym membership
- Pet friendly workplace
- Diversity program
- Professional development
- Tuition assistance
- Job training
Employee reviews 2019
Reviews on Glassdoor range from two-star reviews titled “turnover, bad comp plans, and worse management” to five-star reviews stating that LogicMonitor is a “high growth company with a great team.”
“Working with extremely intelligent people, with a very heavy emphasis on work/life balance,” one reviewer wrote.
“Pleasantly surprised how a rapidly growing SaaS company is this mature, organized and driven vs. what I was expecting,” wrote another.
Overall, the company has great ratings on Glassdoor, with 89% of reviewers agreeing they would recommend the company to a friend and 95% of reviewers agreeing that they approve of the CEO.
LogicMonitor funding and acquisitions
LogicMonitor has raised a total of $142.9 million over four funding rounds, with the latest being a private equity round on June 16, 2016.
The company acquired ITculate on April 1, 2019.