Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Vikram Singh, Head of Engineering at Architech, promotes innovation, strives for professional growth within his team and has an amazing eye for fantastic products. Vikram is known for working very closely with his team, understanding their skills-sets and career aspirations. Vikram has an open-door policy as a Manager - his team feels comfortable talking to him about their professional and personal hurdles as they arise. His team looks up to him not only as a leader, but a friend, and describes him as a person who is intelligent, kind, always curious about new technologies, and constantly looking for exciting projects & products to work on.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | Wasabi, the hot cloud storage start-up, is sizzling as it represents what the next generation of cloud storage looks like.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | Pager's success is based on hiring people according to five core values: Brave leaders, Work with Grit, Have Heart, Always Think and Deliver Results. Pager hires according to these values to simply find the best people for the job whose personal values align to their mission. Their high standard for hiring has resulted in an employee base representing 22 nationalities and a 55/45 Female/Male ratio.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Toronto) | We have built a diverse and inclusive team that has shaped the foundation of our company and culture from our very core throughout our entire organization. Diversity at Betterez represents diversity of thought, cultural background and abilities. We speak nearly 10 languages and strive to attract talented people from diverse backgrounds during our hiring process; people who represent the vast clientele that we have from around the world. Together, our employees are building and shaping the foundational core of our business through their own perspectives.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) | Headquartered in New York City, the company’s collegial atmosphere, special employee perks, a shared drive to innovate, and a commitment to the outside community all add to Outbrain’s distinctive culture. Outbrainers like to move fast and pivot quickly — all our employees know how to adapt to and thrive in change.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Jay has nearly two decades of experience in the technology industry with a focus on high-growth markets. Throughout his career, he has developed product strategies and roadmaps tailored to meet the needs of customers of all sizes —from small businesses to the world’s largest enterprises.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | Company Culture thrives at WorkTango. Each day begins with the Daily Tango, where the team aligns, shares their progress from the previous day and their focus for the current day. We include a Daily Recognition moment to say thank you to our passionate employees. On Friday evenings, the team enjoys a Friday Social, getting to know each other and celebrating work well done.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | Cimpress is a strategically-focused group of 12+ ecommerce businesses, including Vistaprint and National Pen, all managed in a decentralized, autonomous manner. It has created an edge in the market through a best-in-class tech culture that collaborates to solve real business problems, encourages team members to push the status quo and promotes idea-sharing.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Los Angeles) | RapportBoost.AI is the leader in applying artificial intelligence to optimize live chat conversations in order to drive dramatic and sustained improvements in conversion rate, order size, customer satisfaction, renewal rate, average handle time, first contact resolution rate, agent retention and happiness and other critical contact center metrics. The company seeks out ethnically diverse employees and partners that can help bridge cultural divides and provide greater insight into its machine learning algorithms.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Silicon Valley) | As our recruiting leader I encourage my team of 5 recruiters to pay special attention to diverse candidates and minorities. We are a diverse recruiting team ourselves, and are proud of diversity statistics. Individual Contributors - Male 57% Female 43% and Management - Male 53% Female 47% We have won awards - Comparably’s “Most Diverse” and #3 “Best Company to Work” 2018 - based on surveys of our employees. 4.7/5 rating on Glassdoor.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Debbie Gamble, VP of Digital Products and Platforms at Interac, has made a significant impact on the fintech industry, and her work has not gone unnoticed. In 2018, she was named one of the Most Influential Women in Payments, earned the ACT Canada Champion’s Award, and at the time of this submission, is shortlisted for the Distinguished Payments Professional award by Women in Payments, accolades she deserves, but never asks for. Instead of vying for recognition, she works vigorously, championing innovative digital solutions alongside the award-winning team she has built. She inspires the creation and growth of products that impact millions of Canadians every day.
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Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley) | Manju is a steadfast advocate in investing in our professional development. He advocates and encourages lateral moves (in terms of encouraging us to broaden our skillset) in addition to championing his team for more senior roles that open within the company. He allows for flexibility in progress, that factors in an employee’s personal desires and current life circumstances, and provides great situational leadership by providing ether ample leeway or hand holding depending on the team member’s preferred management style and their subject matter knowledge.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | Carbon Black is proud of its many high-performance teams. These teams are interconnected networks of talented, driven people. Our teams are inspired by our leaders who chart a clear course for our mission and create an environment where teams and individuals are given the resources, support, and freedom to pioneer new ideas and ways to work in order to keep our customers safe from cyberattacks.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) | Beyond understands that successful teams are based on diverse people with different backgrounds, collaborating in safe and positive environments. Beyond organizes into cross-functional teams allowing the tech team to be involved far earlier, learn from others and help influence the direction of their projects.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) |AgilityIO has expert knowledge of the latest design tools and keeps up-to-date on the latest social impact news from around the globe. Through Slack, AgilityIO shares new products and tools with each other that might streamline their workflow. For each client, they host an individual, innovative product discovery workshop to develop the MVP. Through market research and defining the end goal, AgilityIO has been able to find that niche market that will push a successful product launch.
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Best Tech Manager (Chicago) | Lucky enough to be a leader of a rapidly growing organization like BenchPrep, Nickolay Schwarz, Chief Technology Officer, understands the importance of providing ongoing opportunities for his team to grow, ensuring they have the right resources to reach their goals. He also recognizes the significance of encouraging growth regardless of failures along the way, leveraging any mistakes as coaching opportunities.
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Best Work Culture (Orange County) | We encourage our team members to step away from their everyday work mindset and refresh and recharge by focusing on others in the community Collaboration and team building are promoted through our participation in various community service projects and fundraisers such as Habitat for Humanity and the American Cancer Society (ACS). Each office has an allocated budget and "fun committee" to plan monthly events and activities with their office coworkers and visiting remote team members.
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Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | Phyn’s first product, Phyn Plus, finally brings innovation to one of the most critical and often overlooked aspects of a smart home – water. Utilizing machine learning & AI, Phyn Plus measures tiny changes in pressure - 240 times a second - to accurately and quickly identify all types of leaks and plumbing issues in real time and can remotely shut off the main water supply to prevent costly damage.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Silicon Valley) | Rubrik implements diverse hiring practices by allowing managers to design their own hiring processes that best suit the teams' needs. Rubrik promotes collaboration and diverse thinking to produce and innovative product by allowing teams to explore different processes that best suit the problems they are trying to solve.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) | TripActions is a diverse recruiting team, and are proud of diversity statistics. Individual Contributors - Male 57% Female 43% and Management - Male 53% Female 47%. They have won a variety of diversity awards - Comparably’s “Most Diverse” and #3 “Best Company to Work” 2018 - based on surveys of their employees and rate 4.7/5 rating on Glassdoor.
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Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley)| Michael embodies the characteristics of a successful tech leader in today's modern tech startup. He's built the software engineering team at Eargo from the ground up, hiring nearly every engineer on the team today. Internal growth has also been a focus, as a number of engineers have already begun transitioning from frontend/full stack roles to full stack/backend roles, respectively. Having spent his career immersed in startups, he brings an attitude focused on execution. As a testament, he launched a redesign ecommerce website for Eargo in his first 2 months on the job with a team of just 3 engineers at the time. With a clear focus on execution and growth, he inspires and enables innovation to happen at Eargo.
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Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | He is very hands on and nothing is too little of a task for him. He has worked tirelessly to build out hiring plans, recruiting efforts, onboarding, career development plans etc. Even with his large workload he still manages to be a pleasant person to work with and brings a great energy to the team.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | Andela is all about inclusion and creates a diverse pool to recruit from. They are embedding African software engineers into high growth US companies to not only solve the US tech talent shortage, but also to give brilliant people access to the global tech economy. This is the only workplace where at lunch everyone gushes about how accepted they feel.
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Best Tech Manager (Washington DC) | After being named CIO in 2015, Amy Doherty focused on continuing the evolution of IT into a value creator and innovator within AARP. She has creatively built bonds and lines of communications with the ITS team through regular meetings to better understand how things are progressing. Shortly after, delivery of projects were up ninety-six percent and there were thirty-four percent fewer outages.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | MetTel believes that the best work comes from an open and supportive work environment— which is why employees stay with MetTel for years, and even decades—and feel a sense of loss when people choose to move to another career path. Many companies claim this, but with MetTel, it’s more than a claim, it’s a demonstrable value. Free-time is as respected as worktime, so weekends and holidays are viewed as just that: life time, not work time. MetTel employees decide what to do, and how to best do their jobs.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) | Sauce Labs believes that diversity and inclusion are central to a performant and healthy organizational culture. They welcome differences and embrace individuality. They are committed to a culture that not only allows their team members to be who they are, but one that also celebrates them.
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Best Tech Manager (San Francisco) | Over the past five years, Miriam has been an invaluable presence at Skillz. As the company’s Senior Vice President of Engineering, dozens of employees rely on her knowledge and leadership on a daily basis. Both inside and outside of the office, Miriam is known as an advocate for women, people of color, and the LGBTQ+ community in the larger tech industry.
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Best Tech Manager (Philadelphia) | Mitko has created an environment in which everyone is free to use their imagination to come up with strategies and figure out how they want to do things. He encourages everyone to look at the big picture, not just focus on one application, but how upcoming projects will be tested. He promotes experimentation, trying new things, and even failing, as part of the job.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | We foster a creative and free thinking, work hard/play hard environment by providing for employee wellbeing. As a mission-driven culture, we give back through a lot of community events like food drives and volunteer work. On a weekly basis, employees have access to holistic benefits like healthy organic food, yoga, massages and personal trainers.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Travis promotes career growth in his employees while also looking to help aspiring talent in other teams. He leads by example in creating and maintaining a team culture of execution and team spirit. At the same time, he drives both technical and process innovation. Through it all, Travis clearly communicates, reinforces, and executes the vision with his employees and with other functions.
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Best Tech Startup (Orange County) | METAseismic created a new class of honeycomb-type materials to protect objects from the seismic vibration, make the civil infrastructure more resilient to earthquakes, and ultimately save lives. The extensive application of this disruptive technology can tremendously increase the resiliency of communities in areas prone to earthquakes and reduce construction costs and direct and indirect losses after a seismic event.
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Best Tech Startup (Chicago) | ProxyPics is the first of its kind technology in the world of real estate. Users are allowed to request a photo of a specific location, for other users to complete, for a small fee. Think of it as Uber for photos. It is not only revolutionizing the world of real estate, but people’s personal lives as well.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | There isn’t any one thing that makes DialogTech great—it’s a combination of the people, technology, perks, benefits, and the intangible magic that happens when everyone on the team truly believes in the vision we’re collectively working towards.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Rebecca is the ultimate motivator and connector. She's passionate about working with people to create a better world through the power of technology, having worked with numerous startups, helping them grow from the ground level.
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Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | Adlumin provides the first ever cloud-native SIEM solution with the capability to monitor and defend customer networks locally, in the cloud, and across the globe. Using our cloud-native approach Adlumin provides the most cost-efficient SIEM on the planet, making it an attainable solution for almost any organization small, medium, or large. Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Adlumin has built a SIEM platform that writes its own rules, customers don’t need to struggle to write magical queries or SIEM rules to get the technology to work for them. Using advanced data science models Adlumin provides a hand’s free SIEM platform, no PHD required. Using the power of the cloud Adlumin is seamless to integrate into the customers environment typically taking about 20 minutes to deploy and integrate. The first ever SIEM solution that is cost-effective, easy to use, and easy to integrate our robust platform provides unmatched security that defends your network from the security perimeter to the Dark Web.
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Best Tech Workplace For Diversity (Los Angeles) | Evite fosters a best-in-class environment in which all employees can excel, regardless of gender, race or belief. While Evite does not set a specific quota for the diversity mix for any team or the company overall, Evite's hiring process strives to find the best candidate possible and that is achieved by its unique hiring criteria. Candidates are evaluated based on three core measures: required capabilities, energy accretive and real output. By looking at each candidate holistically, Evite boasts a leadership team comprised of 54% women, and across the organization, women account for 55% of all employees. Diversity and inclusion play a critical role in employee development. Whether it be through our monthly "Lunch and Learn" highlighting International Women’s Day, guest speakers from various backgrounds or a men's bake off, embracing and celebrating diversity is a key reason for Evite's growth.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Dave promotes career growth within his team by allowing members of his team to take turns hosting weekly lunch and learns to the organization. The goals of these lunch and learns vary from demonstrating what specific employees are working to providing visibility to the organization. They also serve as a way to expose his team members to potential areas of interest they may not have known much about. He is very involved in encouraging his team to take courses and attend workshops outside of the office that can strengthen their skills as leaders themselves and push them out of their comfort zones to learn new skills. He empowers his team on a daily basis by always making sure the company vision and strategy is well articulated while not micromanaging or becoming stressed when under pressure.
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Best Tech Manager (Chicago) | Throughout his 20-year career Erik Brown, a senior director in West Monroe’s Technology practice, has honed his skills as a trusted business consultant and deep technologist, enhancing his ability to serve as an exemplary advisor to both his team and senior client executives. As an early employee of the firm, joining West Monroe in 2002, Erik has played an integral role in leading the people first culture at West Monroe. He has a passion for delivering complex technology-enabled business solutions in a variety of platforms, and he’s known for mentoring engineers and technical managers both within West Monroe and on client teams.
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Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley) | Ilan promotes career growth by promoting top performers on his team. I've worked with because in addition to HR, I am also the Recruiting leader and I was pleasantly surprised at how he told us the #1 thing he looks when interviewing is that they are a "nice, good and genuine person".
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Best Tech Startup (Silicon Valley) |Founded as a resource to help working mothers achieve work-life balance, Zūm was born out of an idea for better, more equitable future. Zūm’s CEO and co-founder, Ritu Narayan, is a working mother herself and faced a choice after moving to Silicon Valley: she juggled caring for her family and working a demanding career managing $1billion+ of eCommerce at eBay. Rather than sacrifice quality work or family time, Ritu founded a company to solve a major childcare issue parents face: safe, reliable transportation. Together, Ritu and her employees are on a mission to improve the lives of busy working moms through social innovation, transportation expertise and technology. Not only are they helping women (and men, too) safely and efficiently get their children from various places throughout the day, they are empowering parents to achieve their professional and personal goals while creating a wonderful life for their families. Not only does Zūm’s leadership team and employees have one foot in the future, but the company also employs forward-thinking drivers, or Zūmers. It’s creating jobs for parents and other professionals, like teachers, nurses, etc., who want a flexible schedule and to earn extra income. Ritu’s mission-based company is helping parents pursue their passions while keeping their kids engaged and is also offering unique and flexible career opportunities for people around the country. Finally, the service inspires a sense of independence for the children who use it, and helps them to pursue extracurricular opportunities that may have not been previously available due to logistics. In effect, Zūm is fostering the next generation of forward-thinking leaders as well.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | Wave's exceptional culture is the result of efforts from across the organization. At all levels, the Wave team works to create an environment that inspires, motivates, stimulates and provides opportunities for people in all parts of the organization to succeed and do the best work of their careers, while having the best time of their working life. A focus on culture is a critical part of our DNA, rather than a top-down mandate. As a result, a winning culture is something all Wavers own and contribute to.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Silicon Valley) | Reltio offers many perks that employees would normally only find at large technology companies and makes having fun part of the company’s daily work, incorporating competitions on learning, contests, lunch of the month, picnics, events and family inclusion. Flexible working hours, open floor workplaces and the ability to work from home with latest collaboration technologies creates the perfect environment for innovation and growth. To promote technical creativity, Reltio looks for talent with DNA containing a mix of innovation, enthusiasm, curiosity, and an entrepreneurial spirit to go with the skills related to job function. These Reltio team members can turbo charge their professional growth in an environment that exposes them to not just their regular day job, but what it takes to start and grow a business from the ground up. Not only meeting but exceeding customer expectations is of the utmost importance, and Reltio is constantly trying new and creative ways to solve problems and deliver on what customers need.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Sean, Senior R&D Architect and Lead Engineer at Mapsted, actively promotes and encourages professional growth by showing his team that he cares about their progress and future, thus inspiring loyalty and trust. Through the cross-training of employees, Sean engages and shows his team how to value their work enough to give them additional opportunities towards career advancements. It makes good business sense to develop and enable employees to perform a variety of roles, especially in a start-up environment and Sean clearly understands this concept.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | GreatHorn protects businesses using ubiquitous cloud email platforms from today’s sophisticated email threats by automating detection, remediation, and post-delivery incident response.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | Laborocity is on a mission to employ the global contract workforce by creating a frictionless, efficient, and safe way for businesses to connect and transact with highly qualified contractors. By utilizing AI, ML, and some good old fashion customer service, Laborocity's platform is disrupting traditional staffing on a global scale.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (Orange County) | Today we are a worldwide company, with headquarters here in Irvine, engineering offices in Israel, and sales offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Japan, and more. Despite these many locations and the diversity of our backgrounds, the company is unified by our common purpose. From our patented virtual private storage array technology, to the introduction of the world's first enterprise storage-as-a-service offering, at Zadara we're on a mission to provide ‘zero-risk’ enterprise data storage and management.
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Best Tech Startup (San Francisco) | KeepTruckin began by offering truck drivers and fleet managers a free electronic logbook app to replace outdated and inconsistent industry standard paper logs. Now, KeepTruckin offers a full suite of tech solutions that work together to help fleets work more efficiently and safely while increasing profits.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | As a global startup with the mission to lead the way into the future with smart, electric and autonomous vehicles, teams sometimes find themselves under pressure to deliver – this is why NIO makes it a priority to continue shepherding its culture through bimonthly, two-hour “team time.” NIO has more than quadrupled its staff since June 2016. Amid such rapid growth, team time provides an opportunity for employees to welcome new hires and get to know each other outside of work through activities like trivia, scavenger hunts or toy car building, which encourages creativity, teamwork and friendly competition.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | Social Tables is proud to exemplify its core value: Every Day is a School Day! We believe the key to innovation and a meaningful career experience is the opportunity to continuously grow and develop. Since we are only as strong as the team we build and the products we create, we have built an environment that encourages and rewards ongoing opportunities and flexibility to ensure the creative juices keep flowing and skills and talents evolve.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Steven, Senior Vice President Of Global Sales at Clio completely transformed his department and the industry when he incepted and executed the creation of a new type of sales representative in order to help foster and grow new sales SaaS individual contributors. He also collaborated with Clio's talent team on a dedicated management training initiative to grow and develop new management professionals.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | Buoy has a friendly text/chat-based interface that allows users to interact in a familiar medium, providing a level of comfort in their moments of sickness and concern.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | With respect to the Toronto tech community, BrainStation promotes innovation by providing the community with an avenue to explore and create creative solutions in data, marketing, product, design, and development. In turn, this creates a network of innovators who are able to bounce ideas off one another, contributing to an ever-growing tech community. As a Digital Learning Company, BrainStation embodies all the values of a learner. The company understands that learning is not one-dimensional, but rather multi-faceted. Learning requires different approaches (in-campus, online), flexibility (weekdays nights, weekends), and different areas of knowledge. BrainStation is able to address all of these while ensuring the best content for its students.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Los Angeles) | We pride ourselves on harnessing our deep entrepreneurial backgrounds to create incredible new businesses with big corporations, so our culture of creativity and innovation is critical to our success.
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Best Tech Startup (NYC) |Vydia is an Inc. 500 video technology company that empowers over 200,000 creators worldwide to sync, store, and secure their content. Behind Vydia’s innovative platform is a team of engineers, data scientists, product specialists and more dedicated to cultivating a diverse workforce.
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Best Tech Manger (Chicago) | Traveling abroad is about breaking down barriers and playing bass guitar in a band is about communication. According to Reverb Chief Operating Officer (and Crum’s manager) Dan Melnick, these are two of Crum's biggest strengths. “Kyle is a connector, constantly facilitating crucial face-to-face communication across teams. It’s such an asset to our tech team and Reverb as a whole because, at the end of the day, tech isn’t about code. It’s about communicating: Understanding problems and who are impacted by them, communicating that to the tech team, and then communicating those solutions back to the stakeholders.”
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Best Tech Manager (Chicago) | Alan Spadoni, Director of Engineering, personally trains each new developer on the team so they can not only succeed at Buildout, but also wherever else their careers may take them. His passion is innovation, and he hopes to foster the talent that develops the next big technology, even if it’s outside of Buildout.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | Talented people want to work at 6 River Systems because they’re excited about what the company is doing. They're disrupting a $100 billion industry with a new approach to warehouse automation.
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Best Work Culture (Orange County) | We realize that people empower technology and that our clients hire us for the experience of working with our team. We highlight team successes at a monthly all-hands meeting and in a weekly internal newsletter. We provide extra PTO and VTO days, prizes, gift cards, company swag, company outings, catered lunches, Player of the Month program, and a gamified poker chip rewards system. We have a strong remote-work policy that leverages our technology tools and enables a better work-life balance.
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Best Tech Manager (NYC) | Tom Johnell has made “people management” a thing, by investing in defining what it means to excel in managing people at Handy, and measuring against that. He has helped Handy build ‘upward’ feedback into our quarterly 1:1s and get detailed feedback on all of the managers at the company.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Washington DC) | We are a company with 17 employees. out of 17 employees, there are 4 women, 2 Asian, 2 Indian, 2 combat veterans, 1 African American, and 4 with Ph.D degree. each member of the team bring something unique to the table. we all share our knowledge and reach out to each team member for help and guidance.
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Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | Lauren is an exemplary manager. She goes out of her way to help develop the careers of her designers, and her common refrain is that she wants our time at ATTN: to be productive, both in the products that we create, and also in our career and professional development for future positions.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Chicago) | As a leader in the mobile workforce space, we take the responsibility of creating diversity in other companies just as seriously as we do in creating a diverse workforce in our own. Hiring the best person for the job is an absolute must, and we find value in searching far and wide for top talent to ensure a successful and diverse workforce.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Los Angeles) | Our diversity is the foundation for a dynamic company culture that brings creativity and rigor to every new challenge, and we have worked to develop equality of opportunity through our cultural foundations and organizational structure.
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Best Tech Startup (Silicon Valley) | At Astound, we believe work can and should be better. We hate that most people cringe at the thought of calling the support desk and we want to change that. We’ve developed an AI platform for employee service that automates the resolution of routine service issues like password resets, application configuration, and network outages, saving time and headaches on both sides of the support desk. With Astound, service requests get resolved faster and employees have more time to focus on the work that matters. We announced our launch and $11.5M Series A in early 2018. We’re proud to count some of the world’s leading organizations like McDonald’s and adidas as customers. Co-founded by two serial entrepreneurs, Naghi Prasad and Dan Turchin truly represent what’s great about our product - enterprise AI mastery and employee service domain expertise. Naghi and Dan have fostered a culture that challenges employees to do the best work of their career, discover better ways to build things, and make a lasting impact on the way people work. One IT expert recently compared AI-driven automation for employee service to the introduction of the ATM for personal banking. The ATM freed up tellers to focus on more high-value work. It also gave consumers access to routine banking services 24-7, virtually anywhere across the world. Astound is transforming employee service with AI-driven automation. We’re an early leader in a multi-billion dollar market. And we’re just getting started.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) |Health Recovery Solutions (HRS) fosters growth and learning, with a culture centered around helping patients and driving forth patient outcomes. HRS creates both technical creativity and innovation through dedicated hours set aside for creation and development. Employees are encouraged to identify and tackle either uncharted areas they believe they could make a real impact. Breaking outside of the traditional roadmap, HRS employees build, create and develop new service lines, chart out new product features, and lay the pavement for the advancement of their organization both from a cultural and technological standpoint.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | Streetline is a small office with an intimate feel that goes to great lengths to make its employees feel like a close-knit team. Besides employee lunches, Streetline has frequent lunch-time activities to make the office a place of fun, from Monopoly Deal to hot wings challenges. The company also holds regular off-site events, from rafting and kickball to chili cook-offs and Segway tours, so everyone gets to complete tasks as a team and feel like they contribute together. Employees bring their families along so people can feel connected to each other on a deeper level.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Craig Stapleton has worked at Advantech for 27 years and his decades of knowledge and positive interactions with clients have helped shape the company’s roadmap and guided the future direction of its gaming solutions. Craig exemplifies strong leadership through his attention to detail, exceptional mentorship practices, and emphasis on cross-training and maximizing his team’s individual skill sets.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Yasmim, Director of DevOps Capital Markets at RBC was able to provide direction for the team in a remarkable way. She consistently meets with her team to discuss what she envisioned and makes each employee feel their opinion is important. She empowers her team to take our own approach in whatever way they saw fit to solve any issues. She enabled them to seek out problems and find solutions.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | MVP Interactive is a team-first organization which has allowed them to remain nimble while taking on large projects and ultimately keeping customer satisfaction paramount. The company has broken through the divide of what sporting fans, teams, and brands are known to experience. By using cutting-edge technology, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and facial recognition, MVPI is helping sports stadiums and teams as well as sponsoring brands better engage and market to their consumers.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) |At Smartling, being yourself is encouraged. No one tries to make you be a certain way. The management team does a good job of bringing out the best in everyone and making them the best versions of themselves.
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