The CPaaS company, Nylas, recently unveiled a new brand identity.
"Nylas’ new logo reflects its dedication to helping companies and their developers think big and build software that helps the world communicate and connect better," according to a press release on their website. "Along with its new logo and mission statement, the company also relaunched its website mirroring the seamless and informative user experience that can be found within its platform and documentation."
A Communication-as-a-Platform-Service (CPaaS), Nylas was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Nylas develops software for other developers to make programming easier. It serves in industries such as E-Commerce, Fintech, Sales, Customer Service, and Human Resources.
Some of its products include APIs for embedding calendar features to a client's application, extracting data from email inboxes, as well as custom UX/UI features.
A women-founded company, CTO and co-founder, Christine Spang, gives importance to diversity and inclusion in the tech industry and includes it into one of its seven core values.
Nylas is trusted by over a thousand organizations globally, including but not limited to: Wix, UpWork, and Ceridian. It syncs over 20 terabytes of data and processes over 1.2 billion API requests daily, and promises award-winning and secure technology. Nylas’ security certifications include HIPPA and are compliant with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).