Splunk builds products for analyzing big data in the cloud. The company connects its core business to how it thinks of its workers: as “a million data points” bringing insights from a spectrum of backgrounds, emphasizing the strength that comes with diversity. Splunk has steadily increased the hiring rate of underrepresented groups, and women grew from 25.3% of its workforce in 2017 to 27.7% in 2019. During the pandemic, the company went 100% remote while helping clients make their own adjustments. “I love Splunk and I’m proud to work here,” summed up an employee.