Best Tech Work Culture (Orange County) | The Vincit culture is driven by two things: happiness of employees and happiness of clients. By creating an environment where “Mondays don’t suck” and acting with the philosophy “do as you would” the employees have the power to make decisions regarding their work and are happier because of it. They empower employees to work with autonomy and flexibility while being supported by the company with the concept of Leadership as a Service.
58
Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | Jordan is a dedicated people first leader who really cares and promotes internal learning and individual growth within his team. He gives back to the community in the form of large charity events as well as company beach cleans and outings that connect the team even deeper as people.
196
Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | Both hands-on and strategic, Sophy's management style is impeccable; She prefers seeing one of her developers fail & find a better solution rather than going for the easy way out. She prioritizes high-functional feature-thinking and bright code-writing over rapidness, and shares each and every decision (including who to accept into the team & who not to) with her WHOLE team.
304
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.
16
Best Tech Manager (Chicago) | ShopRunner’s Chief Technology Officer, Greg Ball, is an accessible, supportive and forward-thinking leader. Under his leadership, Ball’s team transforms raw data into a value proposition tool that helps retail partners strengthen their business strategies and compete in the marketplace. This aspect is unique to ShopRunner as other ecommerce players typically withhold this type of data from partners. Ball’s work positions ShopRunner as an appealing partner to retailers and contributes significantly to the company’s growth.
63
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | Smartling has so many people from different backgrounds, but what makes them uniquely diverse is the degree to how well the staff and teams collaborates. Smartling has people from different continents and countries that all work together so closely and seamlessly, you wouldn't be able to tell the difference between any of their backgrounds.
3
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Silicon Valley) | We take equal input from anyone and everyone. There is complete transparency with the administration, and administrators often look to employees for new, innovative ideas. Everyone at AutoGrid is here for a reason, and one of the things that makes AutoGrid great is that all of its employees trust in one another, regardless of where they came from or how long they’ve been in the office. If there is one phrase that sums up the ideation and execution process of AutoGrid it is: Diverse minds create the best products.
36
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.
158
Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | With partners ranging from Intel and IoTelic in the chip space to Nexmo and Twilio in the CPaaS and UCaaS spaces to Google's Firebase in the mobile space and PubNub and Soraa in the IoT space, Virgil provides a holistic privacy and security solution for the entirety of the Internet. Virgil makes quick and easy cryptography accessible to every developer in the world regardless of their programming language, their software platform, or their market.
29
Best Tech Manager (San Francisco) | Yan Wu knows how to identify and leverage people's core strengths, while encouraging them to develop new skills. SoFi’s team size has doubled under his leadership as the company sees increasing return on investment from the team. SoFi’s team is a strategic weapon within the company, enabling better decisions, building efficient algorithms, and streamlining processes.
17
Best Tech Startup (Boston) | The Learning Corp's award winning product, Constant Therapy is helping revolutionize the therapy experience for tens of thousands of patients who are recovering from strokes, traumatic brain injuries or other neurological disorders.
84
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.
387
Best Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | Amplicare is a leading decision-automation healthcare platform that intelligently identifies relevant opportunities for healthcare providers to proactively improve patient care. Driven by the need to overcome healthcare obstacles, Amplicare is responsible for innovating the Medicare industry over the years.
111
Best Tech Startup (Toronto) | Xesto is building a machine learning platform to change the way creators and developers think about interaction – they can now leverage natural user interaction in their creations. Using Xesto’s patented IP creators will be able to prototype & build experiences with integrated gesture recognition interfaces through an API in minutes. Similar to how NLP was a catalyst for speech recognition, the machine learning engineers at Xesto are applying spatial analysis for gesture recognition. They enable gesture recognition & interaction on current hardware (iPhone X, VR headsets, smartphones coming out, etc..) allowing creators to prototype and build exciting experiences across industries and technologies. Their tracking technology can be leveraged in AR & VR from both a shopping perspective (try on experiences) to interaction with virtual objects on smartphones.
3
Best Workplace for Diversity (Orange County) | At Restaurant365, we leave all channels open for the recruiting process regardless of ethnic background and, ultimately, hiring decisions are determined by skill set and qualifications.Our human resources department actively works to create an workplace that promotes a personal and self-building environment. We do lots of different company events from luncheons to team building opportunities to prizes and giveaways … if you’re a self-starter at Restaurant365, you’ll succeed.
3
Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | Sauce Labs customer-centric mentality is the unifying force that defines who they are, what they strive to be, and how they aim to exceed customer expectations. At Sauce Labs, ideas from employees -- regardless of level -- aren’t just heard, but taken into consideration and implemented company-wide to ensure the company remains driven first and foremost by customer success.
11
Best Tech Startup (Silicon Valley) | SWIM.AI is an edge intelligence software company. Our software platform processes streaming data, enabling real-time analytics, object modeling, and machine learning at the edge. Previously having led Sensity Systems (acquired by Verizon in 2016), founders Rusty Cumpston and Chris Sachs have built a team with a deep understanding of application and networking software stacks. This has led to the creation of SWIM EDX, a unique take on the distributed actor model, which autonomously manages message and service distribution for distributed applications. Unlike most IoT software platforms, SWIM EDX makes use of no open source database technologies (MongoDB, Cassandra, Akka, Kafka, Spark, etc.), and instead opted to implement a completely proprietary software stack in order to optimize for interoperability and efficiency. The SWIM EDX software stack kernel can be compressed to 2MB in size, enabling the deployment of SWIM EDX into a variety of hardware environments. SWIM EDX dynamically composes heterogeneous objects in a distributed system into a single cohesive application, which can be uniformly addressed by application developers. This drastically simplifies the creation and scaling of real-time AR/VR, industrial, autonomous vehicles, Smart City, artificial intelligence, and other applications.
6
Best Tech Startup (Boston) | botkeeper offers a breakthrough solution to an age-old problem by automating bookkeeping tasks. The result: Round-the-clock and virtual accounting services for half the cost.
1
Best Tech Startup (San Francisco) | Matterport has the only A.I.-based 3D software that allows consumers to create an accurate 3D model of any space/property then revisit that space at any time in 3D or VR as if they were truly there. The disruptive technology is quickly reshaping critical components of the real estate, insurance, hospitality, and engineering industries.
2
Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | BSD Education is dedicated to empowering the kids of today with the tools for tomorrow. They partner with schools globally to make it easy to integrate tech and coding into all subjects, without the need to hire skilled professionals. To do this, they have developed innovative and engaging curriculum, offer professional development and have built an online learning platform.
48
Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Agero has a number of outstanding Tech Managers. However, the contributions of Balaji Srinivasan over the trailing 12 months stand out. More remarkable, this is a leader with 20 years of service. Some with that tenure can tend to “coast”, but year on year Balaji grows his team’s capabilities and kicks it into another gear.
290
Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | Chris always makes himself accessible to the team and genuinely cares about their happiness and career growth. He has crafted a clear and understandable framework outlining guidelines to empower Software Engineers to improve and succeed on three aspects, Technical, Execution and Leadership. He communicates the direction for team’s projects and continually support the progress with meeting and 1-1’s, yet gives freedom to his team members to make their own decisions on how to get to the end goal.
88
Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | 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.
5
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.
25
Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley) | Steve is not your typical NASA scientist. He's been my only division chief in my three years at NASA and he's only improved. He holds regular meetings wherein he informs us about mission goals, directives from NASA HQ in Washington, DC, and where he listens to us. He encourages us to talk to him about our issues and he's dealt with everything from issues funding proposed research projects to the state of the nasty bathroom on the third floor of this building that's never been cleaned. He sat with me recently as he explained that he knew I ran a blog and could write well, so would I be interested in writing longer, Nat-Geo type stories about our work at the center? He thought our social media presence wasn't enough and that there's so much more to share with the public about what NASA is up to. I agree, and he gave me full reign to write from the heart and he promised to be involved with that project. He's organizing his contacts with major magazines & news sources to get our work out there. In an attempt to get the larger workforce as excited about outreach as he is, he started a "scientist of the month" nomination on the NASA Ames SS division website - our website - and he volunteered to go first.
16
Best Tech Startup (Toronto) | DNAstack is a software company that develops cutting-edge technologies that help scientists discover and treat the causes of genetic diseases. Its main product, the Canadian Genomics Cloud, is an integrated platform to manage, analyze and share genome sequence and clinical data. This public cloud computing platform, the first of its kind in Canada, gives every scientist in the country unfettered access to award-winning technology empowering precision medicine and other applications in genome research. By building infrastructure that better shares data, tools, and compute resources nationally, we stand to vastly increase the value of each genome sequenced and the power for those data to drive new insights that will help improve and save the lives of people affected by genetic diseases.
0
Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | O3 promotes technical creativity by sending employees to local and national conferences and have recently hosted their own internal Design Slam. One of the ways the company promotes innovation is through their labs program, where they brainstorm to create internal projects and actually create them to show clients the possibilities in emerging tech.
42
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.
1
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.
79
Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | Kintone emulates parent company Cybozu in Japan, voted #1 Great Place to Work for Women. We practice a concept of 100 People, 100 Styles of Work to celebrate work-life balance and diversity in the workplace.
409
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Washington DC) | Our embodiment of employee diversity and inclusion draws on Hustle's core values: Authenticity: We strive to create an inclusive space where all staff can bring their full, authentic selves to work and thrive at Hustle. Empowerment: We are accountable for ensuring that our teammates are engaged and empowered to make the decisions, policies, and practices that create an inclusive and positive workplace. Impact: We believe that a workforce with a diverse set of backgrounds is essential to drive the impact we seek to create in the world through the decisions we make, the product we build, and the way we approach our partnerships. Respect: At Hustle, we appreciate and celebrate each teammate's unique way of being in the world. We embody inclusivity through respect: being proactive, thoughtful, and quick to address issues that arise over time.
2
Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | Honey automates the process of searching for discounts online that actually work. The pain of tirelessly surfing the internet for coupons that are probably expired or don’t work anymore has never truly been addressed before from a consumer standpoint. Honey utilizes user data to figure out where these coupons are and then automatically applies them during the checkout process so that our consumers don’t have to.
53
Best Tech Startup (Boston) | Catalant is pioneering the future of work by creating technology that provides companies with access to the right talent, at the right time, regardless of whether that talent is a full-time employee, alumni, retiree or an external knowledge worker.
2
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.
41
Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | At Shopkick, employees from all teams have potential to be extraordinary. Upon that foundation we’ve built a culture of innovation, encouraging participation and boosting creative confidence. We’ve made it a priority to foster an environment where our employees come to work knowing they can make an impact. “One team, one dream,” a phrase our employees hear frequently in meetings or see written in emails is one that encapsulates our outlook on innovation.
262
Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) | Everyone at Viventium plays a major role in driving the bus. Developers constantly recommend their own UI/UX modifications to the system and are encouraged to design new features as they see fit. Every two weeks, at least one developer is working on improving an area in the system that he/she discovered to be problematic or outdated. This shared passion for improvement keeps the software as up-to-date as can be.
44
Best Tech Manager (Washington DC) | Career Growth is personal. Rochelle takes an active interest in all employees personal development and encourages them to embrace their own career development. She individually works with employees on becoming better at enhancing their strengths and skills. Rochelle advocates for our employees to apply to any position within the organization. She uses it as an opportunity to understand their interests while providing them with adequate coaching and feedback. She believes in the importance of developing employees so they can be successful both at and beyond mHelpDesk.
165
Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) |As a core part of our culture, we emphasize seeking opportunities to advance our technical infrastructure for continuous innovation. This includes upgrading existing framework, adding new tools, or redesigning a module or component for better performance and scale.
50
Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Jonah Lopin co-founded Crayon, the market and competitive intelligence platform company, in 2015, and he’s making noise in the market with something remarkable.
3
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Chicago) | What sets VirtualKEY apart is that when we hire team members, we are not looking for people that fit our culture; we are looking for people that add to our culture. This mindset of inclusion and diversity impacts all aspects of our business. Focusing on bringing different backgrounds and experiences to the conversation means that everyone in the conversation always has something innovative to contribute. The team is diverse by gender, sexual orientation, racial background, and more.
6
Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | Blackstone Federal is driving creativity and innovation within the IT industry, not just by crafting custom, comprehensive solutions with cutting-edge technology and methodologies, but also by building a uniquely supportive and inclusive company culture and supporting the growth and positive change of the DC Metro community Blackstone calls home.
102
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.
0
Best Tech Work Culture (Los Angeles) | With dual offices in Helsinki, Finland and Los Angeles, CA, Seriously brings together the mobile games capital of the world and the entertainment capital of the world. The merging of these two locations creates a unique work culture and environment that challenges employees to see from the creative marketing and entertainment side, as well as the technical and creative gaming side.
39
Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | As a bootstrapped startup, our products are a direct reflection of the feedback we receive from clients—something that is just an idea today could be a new feature tomorrow or a new product later this year. We employ forward-thinking tech leadership by giving every engineer a chance to learn new ways of doing things and apply them to the product immediately. Our engineers are leaders in the charge of building software for public affairs professionals. Before these professionals were often stuck using tools that were built with someone else in mind, like Salesforce or Hubspot, but now they have tools built specifically for them
300
Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | Whereoware employees are “geek chic” – combining nerd smarts and style into every design, development, and marketing project. It’s a fitting tagline. We’re playful and creative, and we get killer results. Being geek chic is simply celebrating whatever weird and wonderful hobbies, talents, and experiences make each employee unique. We’ve incorporated this mindset into our brand, company culture, and marketing initiatives.
60
Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | As a fast moving, bleeding edge startup, OverOps is in a constant state of change, leaving plenty of room for innovation and new ways of tackling challenges. Employees are not only encouraged but expected to bring new ideas, techniques and methodologies to the table. Whether it’s something small, like streamlining the way updates are shared across the team, or something big, like applying artificial intelligence to the product for new capabilities, the OverOps leadership team encourages and implements new ideas from team members of all levels on a daily basis. Technical employees are allotted significant time to explore new ideas and develop projects that could result in new features, resources or processes. The team is also encouraged to devote time to their personal brand by participating in external projects, events and communities.
26
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Chicago) | BenchPrep’s diverse hiring practices start at the top. The executive and management teams are more than 80% minority, representing 4 different countries and ethnicities. But BenchPrep doesn’t simply assume that because minorities are in leadership positions that diverse hiring practices will automatically occur.
10
Best Tech Manager (Chicago) | Jessica DeJong is an incredibly deserving recipient of the Best Tech Manager award, not only because of her own professional accomplishments, but also because of the way she leads and cultivates her team of front-end developers and designers at One North. As One North has grown and evolved, a need emerged to bridge the gap between creative and strategic services and technology teams internally. Jessica took a leap of faith and dove into the role of managing a team of front-end developers and designers, creating a new team, interaction design, that has become an incredible source of innovation, creativity and a driver of culture and collaboration.
200
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.
186
Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley)| When Rick Bergman was hired to be the "President and CEO" at Synaptics (www.synaptics.com) in 2011, it was said that with the addition of his deep industry expertise and extensive product focus, Synaptics is very well-positioned to continue its culture of innovation and technological leadership. Since then, Rick is not only the President and CEO of the Company but he has continued to be the chief "ambassador" of Synaptics’ culture and values.
2
Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Gwen engages with the entire upstream and downstream teams outside of UX and works with PM, ENG, and others to foster relationships that build influence and impact.
93
Best Tech Startup (Orange County) |Digital2Go, a tech startup in Irvine, CA is disrupting the data marketplace as the world's first tokenized data management platform. Digital2Go's integration on the blockchain platform makes it the first location-based platform to utilize the technology. By leveraging location, context, and consumer behaviors, Digital2Go helps brands, agencies, and data partners bring a more personalized and relevant mobile experience to consumers in a way that drives usage, retention, and new ad revenue.
64
Best Tech Manager (San Francisco) | When looking at prospective candidates the #1 thing Ilan looks when interviewing is that they are a "nice, good and genuine person". Ilan cares more them being a nice, pleasant person to work with because he wants everyone to work together harmoniously.
1
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.
29
Best Tech Manager (San Francisco) | Christina's main focus is on promoting the careers of her team and inspiring innovation (with the make it happen spirit). She is dedicated to the success of our team but through the lens of the individual's growth which enables a collaborative and supportive team culture.
46
Best Tech Startup (Orange County) | Trivver's revolutionary technology allows ad agencies, networks and advertisers to create and run ad campaigns in extended reality environments. Trivver's ad exchange serves branded content to targeted audiences in extended reality environments, by seamlessly integrating 3D models of the brands, Branded Smart Objects.
20
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Washington DC) | Ostendio has three founders - each one an immigrant or a minority founder (or both!), so diversity has always been important to the company right from the get-go. At Ostendio, we believe that what makes us different allows us to thrive, which is why we place such a big emphasis on building an inclusive environment.
14
Best Work Culture (Orange County) | As media consumption shifts from traditional linear viewing to a premium, on-demand experience, our users' appetites for a fast and innovative platform continually increases. We incentivize our teams to stay cutting edge and stay up to par with the big players in the game like Netflix and Hulu. Our teams are incentivized with company-sponsored team events like mixers and team-building events. We also celebrate large launches with company-sponsored meals. Our culture has always been very flexible in terms of hours of operation and vacation which has naturally incentivized the team produce when it works for them.
17
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Chicago) | Even though, we’d like to think we are doing ‘ok’ on the diversity front (48% girl power!), we recognize that we are FAR from perfect and there is so much more we can do. Therefore, employees initiated the creation of a Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Taskforce with sub-committees responsible for making strides in the areas of hiring, HR policy, education and awareness, office environment as well as focusing on making the products we build more accessible to ALL users!
74
Best Tech Manager (San Francisco) | Gustavo has a strong vision of what the app must be in the long run, shares his vision and optimism with the team, and ensures that everyone is working on what they have passion for.
12
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.
7
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.
45
Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | The adobe live team brings together creative professional from all across the United States to share knowledge about design transcending into a digital community that appreciates and fosters learning.
0
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | At StreetEasy, our employees are our greatest asset. We are working hard to build and maintain a culture of equity and belonging, where everyone can feel like they belong and have the support and resources to do the best work of their careers.
22
Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | Cofense™, formerly PhishMe®, is the leading provider of human-driven phishing defense solutions world-wide. Cofense delivers a collaborative approach to cybersecurity by enabling organization-wide engagement to active email threats. Our collective defense suite combines timely attack intelligence sourced from team members with best-in-class incident response technologies to stop attacks faster and stay ahead of breaches. Cofense customers include Global 1000 organizations in defense, energy, financial services, healthcare and manufacturing sectors that understand how changing user behavior will improve security, aid incident response and reduce the risk of compromise. To learn more, visit https://cofense.com/.
47
Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) | TAPAD makes Hackathons come to life, with their most recent one on cutting their carbon footprint. They test and experiment with cutting edge tools and open-source software (GCP, Flink, AutoML, etc.), and encourage innovation upwards from engineering/data science up rather than from the top down.
14
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.
213
Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | H2O.ai is at the forefront of innovation in machine learning and artificial intelligence. With a keen focus on culture and ongoing development of its team, H2O.ai is a true stand-out organization. This is evident in the company’s approach to everything they do – from team structure to professional development to everyday interactions.
53
Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | Having a fun, dynamic company culture is one of our top priorities. With offsites, continuing education opportunities, volunteering events, quarterly social events, and snacks (so many snacks!) we're always investing in our team. This dedication to culture allows us to attract and retain top talent in the digital industry.
110
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.
27
View More