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Cloud • Professional Services • Security • Analytics • Consulting • Utilities • Renewable Energy
New York, New York, USA
2,000 Employees

West Monroe is a digital services firm that was born in technology but built for business—partnering with companies in transformative industries to deliver quantifiable financial value. We believe that digital is a mindset—not a project, a team, or a destination—and it’s something companies become, not something they do. That’s why we work in diverse, multidisciplinary teams that blend management consulting, digital design, and product engineering to move companies from traditional ways of working to digital operating models—and create experiences that transcend the digital and physical worlds. Connected by the 13 founding values that drive our culture, our 2,000 employees work collaboratively across the firm with the belief that your success is our success.

eCommerce • Social Impact • Software • Sports • Consulting • App development • Utilities
New York, New York, USA
10 Employees

Kaizen Labs is redefining government technology. We believe residents and government staff across America’s 85,000 government agencies deserve access to modern, trusted interfaces that provide critical services like parks & recreation, permitting, public works, and more. Whether it’s powering a tennis court reservation or the organization of a public rally, our platforms are democratizing access to public services for millions of residents across the country. Kaizen Labs is rapidly growing across the country, changing the fabric of the communities we live in, and having fun while doing it! Founded in 2022 and based out of New York City, Kaizen Labs is backed by Accel and Andreessen Horowitz.

Energy • Utilities
New York, New York, USA
8,336 Employees

We provide power to more than 10 million people and businesses across NYC and Westchester. Reliability and accessibility are central to what we do and how we provide energy service. Leading the industry to power tomorrow is our other focus- we are committed to aggressively transitioning away from fossil fuels to a net-zero economy by 2050. To help achieve this we collaborate with customers, regulators, policymakers, engineers, and other stakeholders to ensure our clean energy future is informed by principles of affordability, equity, and environmental justice. We’re also heavily investing in new technologies and the infrastructure that can get us there. What are a few things we have achieved so far? • Since 2009, our energy efficiency programs have prevented 11 million metric tons of carbon emissions – the same amount it would take to power 1.4 million homes for a year • Recently, we’ve embarked on an 8-year project to make our systems more resilient in the face of extreme weather events