Blackbaud, a Charleston, S.C.-based cloud-software company, said it has transitioned to a remote-first workforce after registering “success” with the shift spurred by the pandemic.
“Operating remotely since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Blackbaud has seen proven success with this approach and the company has committed to remaining remote-first moving forward,” the company said in a statement.
Blackbaud added it will offer staff more flexible, on-demand office and team space, while leveraging coworking options worldwide in addition to space at its headquarters in Charleston.
“Our dedicated employees have continued to deliver against our goals while working remotely since March 2020,” CEO Mike Gianoni said in the statement. “The shift to a digital-first world continues to accelerate, and we’re embracing that. We see this location-agnostic approach as the future of work for SaaS companies, and we’re proud to lead the way.”