When the coronavirus crisis prompted many companies to adjust to remote work, PagerDuty was ready, the technology company’s CEO said Wednesday.

“In many ways, the distribution of workers as a result of people working from home has been a huge tailwind for PagerDuty because we were designed for developers who, historically, are distributed by definition,” Jennifer Tejada, the company’s CEO, said on a call during Barron’s Investing in Tech conference.



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