ForgeRock is a multinational identity and access management software company headquartered in San Francisco, U.S.A. with offices in Bristol, London, Grenoble, Vancouver, Oslo, Munich, Paris, Sydney, and Singapore. The ForgeRock Identity Platform is a full-suite IAM and identity governance and administration solution, can be implemented across an organization for all identities, and offers feature parity across all delivery options, including on-premise, any cloud environment, multi-cloud, hybrid, and as a service. Fran Rosch is the CEO of ForgeRock. ForgeRock has raised $250 million in venture funding from Accel Partners, Foundation Capital, Meritech Capital Partners, Riverwood Capital and KKR.
The company has 1,300 enterprise customers in total, including the BBC, BMW, GEICO, Maersk, Philips, Standard Chartered, Toyota, Weight Watchers, and more.
ForgeRock was founded in Norway in February 2010 by a group of former Sun Microsystems employees, after Sun was acquired by Oracle Corporation. After the acquisition, the software was scheduled for phase-out in favor of Oracle’s in-house product, so the founders "started their own company to fork the code and continue developing Sun’s software."
In April 2020, ForgeRock announced that it has raised $93.5 million in funding, a Series E it will use to continue expanding, which "brings the total raised by the company to $230 million." The company went public in September 2021. It’s listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol FORG.
Highest paying job titles at ForgeRock include Technical Support Engineer, Software Engineer, and Data Scientist