🌎 Denver ∙ 👩 11% of staff ∙ 🖥 Multiple departments
Conga, which makes document generation software for Salesforce customers, laid off 11% of its staff last Monday, according to an internal email reviewed by Layoffs.fyi.
The company announced last month that it was merging with competitor Apttus in a reported $715 million deal. Last week’s layoff, which affected the combined entity, was the result of role redundancies caused by the merger.
Conga said that laid-off employees would be offered severance pay and transition resources, including 1:1 help with resume preparation and interviewing skills. The company has also created an opt-in alumni talent directory (see link 👇).
The Conga layoff list currently contains 44 ex-employees across the country, primarily in Professional Services, Customer Success, Sales, and Sales Engineering.
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