Bitwarden in 2020
Bitwarden began as a project to improve password management, but also go further to safely handle credit cards, identity information, and secure notes for individuals and organizations.
Since those early days in 2016, Bitwarden has grown to a vibrant and global community focused on delivering high-quality, open-source software for managing passwords. Our goal remains to provide password management across a broad set of environments and devices, helping individuals, teams, and organizations be safe, productive, and secure online.
With a global user base and growing roster of mid and large sized business customers, Bitwarden has become a trusted part of daily routines for individual and corporate Internet users, and a critical part of their workflow. Our users tell us that they value our simple, open approach, as well as our wide endpoint coverage and flexible deployment options from cloud to private networks and on-premises data centers.
We take that trust and faith in us and our products seriously. Today, I am pleased to share that we are doubling down on our commitment to our customers' long term success by expanding the company with some new faces. While I will remain CTO, Michael Crandell is joining me as CEO, and Gary Orenstein as Chief Customer Officer. In addition, we have grown our engineering and customer support teams to meet user needs. Over the course of the year you will see much more from us in terms of product development and customer-facing resources.
This is a natural evolution from our original roots and sets the foundation for greater engagement with the Bitwarden community, individual users, and teams within larger organizations. All of these efforts stay true to our mission to help everyone operate securely and collaboratively on the Internet.
We welcome your feedback and continuing support as members of the Bitwarden community. The best way to reach us, including me, is through https://bitwarden.com/contact.