We help people succeed in business.
Does the idea of working at a thriving company that values your expertise and creativity sound stimulating? Palo Alto Software is a 70-employee strong software-development company now in its 4th decade.
Our products, publications, and customer support are all guided by our mission: to help people succeed in business. We're best known for our world-class business planning software, LivePlan, and our team email product called Outpost. We're proud to have served over 1.5-million paid customers, and that more than 2-million people a month read our free expert articles on entrepreneurship.
We're located in beautiful downtown Eugene, Oregon—a vibrant college town where you can live the Pacific Northwest lifestyle without the expense and traffic of Seattle or Portland. Combine that with easy Pacific Ocean access to the west and the Cascade mountain range to the east, and you have the ultimate place to live and work.
Because we're constantly expanding and innovating, we're eagerly seeking talented and motivated individuals to join our team. We value independent thinking, creative problem-solving, family and work-life balance, and a rewarding work culture. Does this sound like a fit for you? If so, check out the jobs below.
We believe in:
Affordable Software: Small businesses should have access to quality tools at affordable prices.
Simplicity: Our software tools were built by small business owners for small business owners, and are very easy to use.
Quality Service: We take pride in our excellent customer service. No phone trees or endless searching to find a phone number.
Small Businesses: We recognize that job creation comes from small businesses. Every business that we help to start and grow means a better future for everyone.
Entrepreneurship: Anyone can start a business, and we're here to help both first-time entrepreneurs and experienced business owners succeed.
Giving Back: All entrepreneurs should have the opportunity and tools to start their own business. We support this by sponsoring business plan and entrepreneurship competitions, donating free software to SCORE and SBDC offices around the country, and by giving students and educators the tools they need to learn about business.