Built In Seattle Names Dyndrite to “Best Small Companies to Work for” 2020 List

Updated: Jan 22


Seattle, WA January 13, 2020 — Dyndrite™ today announced it was included on Built In Seattle’s list of “Best Small Companies to Work for” in 2020.

After more than three years in stealth, Dyndrite launched in early 2019 with the announcement of an unprecedented GPU-accelerated geometry kernel, the Accelerated Computational Engine (ACE). Today, Dyndrite is taking the additive industry by storm with a streamlined design to production workflow solution, the Additive Manufacturing Toolkit (AMT), and collaborating with industry titans on their 15-member strong Developer Council.

“I am thrilled and humbled by this recognition by Built In Seattle,” said Harshil Goel, CEO and founder of Dyndrite. “Our team strives daily to build a collaborative, respectful and inclusive workplace. It is great to receive recognition for those efforts made by the entire team.”


Built In’s list rates companies with less than 100 employees algorithmically based on compensation data and employer benefits. Rank is determined by combining a company’s score in each of these categories.


Maria Christopoulos Katris, CEO and Co-Founder of Built In, said: “We extend our heartfelt congratulations to our 2020 honorees. Built In aims to change lives by connecting talented tech professionals with jobs they were born to do. These companies have become part of that mission because they stand for more than just the work they’re doing. They stand for their people and purpose.”

She added: “We also extend our gratitude. These companies exemplify what it means to be an employer of choice for today’s purpose-driven tech workforce. Writing about them inspires us daily and, in terms of our offering, gives us total confidence that the professionals who visit our websites will find work that gives them a strong sense of professional and personal meaning.”



About Dyndrite:

Dyndrite Corporation (Pronounced ‘Den-drite’), is disrupting the 3D printing / Additive Manufacturing marketplace by providing the first of its kind “Accelerated Computational Engine” (ACE) and “Additive Manufacturing Toolkit” (AMT) which combine to bring modern performance, capabilities, and productivity to the manufacturing marketplace.

Dyndrite most recently closed its Series A Round at $10+ million, led by Google’s AI-focused Investment Fund, Gradient Ventures, other investors include former Autodesk CEO Carl Bass, Cota Capital, The House Fund and Amplify Partners.


Dyndrite’s new technology enables the development of next generation applications capable of creating and manipulating models of unprecedented complexity, such as preparing original CAD files for 3D printing. The full power of Dyndrite is accessible via an integrated Python API providing unprecedented control and customization to developers, engineers, technicians, and fabrication hardware OEMs.

Learn more at dyndrite.com.

Dyndrite PR Consultant

Rachael Dalton-Taggart

press@dyndrite.com



About Built In:

Working in tech is a way of life. Built In helps people live it with purpose. Across the most vibrant tech hubs in the US, Built In helps tech professionals stay on top of tech news and trends, expand their networks and carve out futures at companies they believe in. Built In attracts a niche audience of 1 million tech professionals every month and, in 2019, the company hit a milestone, serving 1,100 companies annually. Built In recently launched BuiltIn.com, a national hub for tech trend coverage and resources to help professionals grow in their careers.



Dyndrite is a trademark of Dyndrite Corporation. All other trademarks and registered trademarks previously cited are hereby recognized and acknowledged.


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