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 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 Work Culture (Orange County) | Every day we work to stand out from the ranks of other IT companies by providing exceptional insight, innovative solutions, and unparalleled service. In addition to fostering an environment that promotes creativity and learning, Sidepath has created a culture that embodies a feeling of family. The founders truly care about the people who work here, and it’s evident in every aspect of the business, from employee engagement, to the benefits package which includes 100% covered health care, and other smaller perks like bringing in lunch for the team on an almost weekly basis.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) | Optimity has taken a strategic approach when it comes to hiring, they have a wide variety of employees that vary in age, race and in experience. Optimity believes that when mixing different individuals into one team, they become a powerhouse of strategic new ideas, that are backed and supported by individuals who have extensive industry knowledge to help steer the new idea from our junior employees.
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Best Tech Startup (Silicon Valley) |Our SaaS solutions, iQueue for Operating Rooms and iQueue for Infusion Centers create significant impact for both patients, surgeons, and cancer/infusion centers. With regards to iQueue for Operating Rooms, imagine a system similar to "Open Table" that allows surgeons to reserve or release surgical block time, thereby ensuring a hospital's operating room is effectively and efficiently used. Our iQueue for Infusion Centers SaaS is used by 30 of the top cancer centers across the US, ensuring patients are seen within 15 minutes (versus a 60-90 minute wait time, w/o our SaaS) and maximizing nursing staff and infusion chair count.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Orange County) | Teletrac Navman invests in their engineers. This investment ensures the developers are always up to date with the latest tech in the industry, benefitting both the company and individuals’ professional development. Unlike many other companies, Teletrac Navman encourages using the best tool for the job and is rarely bound by the status quo. Innovation is built into the culture, incentivization and performance structure and management supports the flow of free-form ideas to further that innovation.
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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 (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.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Gina's greatest strength as Chief of Product for Ovia Health is that she knows the women and families who use our apps better than anyone. When Ovia launched its first app, Ovia Fertility, Gina spent countless hours and days interviewing women who were pregnant or trying to conceive. Women in her life, women in her friends' lives, women who were brave enough to answer a Craigslist ad: if you were pregnant or trying to get pregnant in the Greater Boston Area at that time, chances are, you talked to Gina. This is because the business of women's health is so personal to her: she cares deeply about supporting women and families at home, in the workplace, and beyond. She's a user of Ovia's three apps herself, using Ovia Fertility, Ovia Pregnancy, and Ovia Parenting on her own path to parenthood with her two daughters, Hazel and Quentin.
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Best Tech Manager (NYC) | Jay Signorello lives out StreetEasy’s core values every day. Jay leads engineering for all New York brands including StreetEasy, Naked Apartments and Out East as the Vice President of Engineering. As the group leader on a team of 50+ employees, Jay is a great example of the StreetEasy core value “ZG is a Team Sport.” He recognizes that everyone has a role and together we are stronger and can accomplish more than we ever could as individuals.
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Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | Joey is an expert at understanding an engineer's capabilities and core drivers. Very early on he figures out what is important to a new employee. It could be autonomy, more responsibility, or a route to more compensation. Once understood he develops a clear path that person to attain or reach that goal.
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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.
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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.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (Orange County) | “Diversity and Inclusion is a strategic topic for Thales.” – Patrice Caine, Chairman of Thales. We know it will help us foster innovation and creativity through a greater variety of approaches, perspectives and ideas. Having a diverse Thales culture and working environment is the only way to go if we want to attract and retain the best talent. At Thales we celebrate a number of events that promote our employees uniqueness to educate and encourage inclusivity not only in the U.S., but globally.
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Best Tech Startup (NYC) |Zipari is a technology start-up company based in DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY. They’re on a mission is to disrupt the insurance industry by introducing consumer-centric solutions powered by data analytics. They employ individuals who want to build a company, a culture and solve complex challenges.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | Some might describe the GrayHair culture as “quirky”, and they would still take that as the highest compliment! They are allergic to corporate bureaucracy, and are not afraid to work hard, play hard and fall hard, then get back up again and have a few good laughs along the way.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Los Angeles) | We want employees who are self-starters and collaborators with the ability to make a business impact quickly and take the initiative to chart out their own career path. We have endless opportunities for diverse candidates as we create a company that it is at the unique intersection of commerce, content and community.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | One of the top qualities that every employee at ACTO possesses, without a doubt, is the desire to learn. Every employee is encouraged to find ways to develop and grow within their roles, as well as share their vision of what success means to them, so that the company can identify paths, facilitate and empower them to reach their goals. As an organization in the unique space of technology and the life sciences industry, ACTO provides a space for employees to learn and grow steadily. In this environment, employees feel welcomed, engaged, and inspired to be their best selves.
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Best Tech Startup (Chicago) | NowPow is a women-owned and led technology company headquartered in Chicago's South Side. Our platform identifies social determinant needs, generates highly-matched referrals, shares these referrals with community partners, and tracks each referral status to close the loop on care. We are proud to provide tools that empower care providers to connect patients to highly-matched community resources that help them address their chronic health and social conditions.
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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.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | As the market has evolved over the past four years, Journey Sales remains focused on transforming how sales teams and their customers engage. Smart Rooms are the only sales solution to create a private and personalized digital experience to guide the customer journey and let sales and their customer collaborate. It is truly innovating how their companies sell, and in turn, customers are asking sales teams to engage and collaborate with them using Smart Rooms.
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Best Tech Startup (NYC) | LeafLink is the largest wholesale marketplace for the cannabis industry with over $600MM in annualized revenue moving through its many verticals. They allow 600+ brands and over 2,100 retailers to create efficiencies with its custom-built cannabis commerce platform, including inventory management, streamlined ordering processes, and CRM capabilities. Leaflink boasts more than 40+ employees from top schools (Cornell, Georgetown, etc) and top tech companies (Ebay, Yelp), who lead their growing team.
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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.
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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 Work Culture (Boston) | Inside of Tamr, CEO, Andy Palmer, has a simple philosophy for ensuring that the organization is strong enough to sustain innovation over time: “happy people, healthy company,” where personal and professional development are held with equally high regard.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | GRIMM is an engineering and consulting firm that researches, develops and advises on the art of the possible in cybersecurity. This is accomplished by building a team with diverse technical backgrounds from government, industry, academia and public policy. GRIMM’s team members collaborate across projects and are also free to pursue their unique areas of professional interest which underscores the company’s dedication to innovation, research and advanced problem solving.
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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.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Toronto) | Diversity, inclusion, and belonging is a big focus for us at Intelex and our CEO said it himself "I spend 30% of my day thinking about it, at least". During our company-wide meetings, he talks about the importance of diversity and how it impacts the workplace. This past year, we had a company-wide survey about how as employees, we felt about diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
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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 (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 Work Culture (Orange County) | Ad Exchange Group cares about their employees mental, physical, and social health. For the body, free yoga, meditation, and tai chi classes are provided in office weekly. For the heart, fun-filled events are held regularly to entertain and engage the workforce, such as bowling competitions, office Olympics, game nights, and more. For the soul, ADEX corporate throws social responsibility events such as clothing drives for Working Wardrobes, charity auctions for Colette’s Children’s Home, or a full day of volunteering at Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in Costa Mesa.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Raj Singh is always available to help his team find solutions to any problems they are facing. He has a genuine attitude and drive for success that inspires his team to their best. He ensures that all his associates have the means they need to achieve their goals. He is innovative in his though processes and teaching style and makes an effort to be in the know on every department’s projects.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) | Asana is setting a precedent for other companies to follow. At Asana, diversity is not the end goal, but a means to a more inclusive, more just, and more effective workplace. In 2015, Asana hired its first Head of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I), Sonja Gittens-Ottley, to spearhead programming around D&I and Belonging.
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Best Tech Manager (San Francisco) | As founder of Infield Digital, Marc leads a team of engineers, designers, and marketing specialists helping companies in multiple industries with their digital transformation. A deep knowledge of strategic communications has led him to guide numerous multi-channel campaigns bridging online and offline media.
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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 Manager (Los Angeles) | Much of Boingo’s success can be attributed to the leadership of its Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Derek Peterson. Dr. Peterson is an exceptional leader with the outstanding ability of bringing out the best in people. His passion, varied experience, knowledge in all aspects of technology and make-it-happen attitude makes him an absolute valuable asset at Boingo Wireless—and the prime example of Best Tech Manager.
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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.
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Best Tech Startup (Toronto) | Ritual saw significant opportunity to transform the restaurant industry and digitize local commerce, following in the footsteps of the way the retail industry was transformed. After seeing large companies, like Starbucks, heavily investing in their digital solutions, they knew there was opportunity to help local restaurants compete. While this opportunity is open to many industries including restaurants, health and beauty and other non-retail categories, Ritual Founder, Ray Reddy, determined that the right starting point was Quick Service Restaurants. Not only is it a trillion-dollar market globally, but there is no other vertical outside of quick service restaurants that people transact with on a daily basis.
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Best Tech Startup (Orange County) | Yummi has taken an innovative approach to creating a food-centric platform that let foodies do it all in one user-friendly interface. It allows users to organize, remember and share their food experiences. They aim to build the next-generation food platform where users can find and access reliable and more trusted information.
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Best Tech Startup (Toronto) | DarwinAI is one of the leading Artificial Intelligence startups in Canada. Founded by leading academics at the University of Waterloo, our technology leverages AI itself to generate highly optimized deep neural networks without sacrificing functional accuracy. Moreover, this IP enables ‘explainable’ deep learning – the ability to understand why a neural network reaches the conclusions it does (critical in highly regulated industries).
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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 Tech Workplace for Diversity (Toronto) | We strive to have an inclusive, open, and diverse culture. We hope to create a kind place to work; one in which everyone feels valued, free to speak their mind, and be who they are. We strive to invest in people first and give back where we can. We are dedicated to being a diverse and equal place of employment and for our people to support each other wherever and whenever possible. Klick is fortunate to be headquartered in one of the most diverse cities in the world and we take full advantage of it. Klick’s workforce is culturally diverse and always has been, and we love to celebrate it. Our people speak at least 18 different languages. Two of our three partners are 1st generation immigrants, and Klick is active in supporting employees who are applying for permanent resident or citizenship status.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Jeanne Hopkins leads Ipswitch’s worldwide marketing organization, building a metrics-based powerhouse to fuel demand for the company’s IT management tools.
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Best Tech Manager (Washington DC) | George always wants each member of the team to be the best that they can be. He works with the engineering team to ensure that our growth at Crowdskout is both in line with our technical interests, as well as in line with what's best for our career trajectory. He encourages us to be creative when researching solutions to problems and emphasizes that learning new things alongside solidifying the old is crucial.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | Zeeno's goal is to create a substantially diverse platform of local people who design and guide their own tours of the city. In their efforts, they reach out to people from all different backgrounds, cultures, races, etc. because each new Zeeno Guide offers a unique perspective on what makes Philadelphia so great.
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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 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.
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Best Tech Startup (NYC) |Health Recovery Solutions (HRS) was founded in 2012 by CEO, Jarrett Bauer following his grandmother’s readmission to the hospital for heart failure, due to a lack of access and tools at hand including clinician supervision, caregiver support and personal care. Following this, Jarrett along with his co-founders, mobilized the industry’s top doctors, nurses, developers and engineers to found HRS, a software company, focused on reducing readmissions and increasing patient engagement through the integration of clinical and caregiver support.
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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.
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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 Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | An open door policy exists at Mythic, which empowers one to share a idea to anyone at any time, including with a member of the leadership team. In addition, one of our core values is to be an Avid Learner. We expect all of our employees to continuously learn new things and be proactive about applying them to our company’s challenges. We also recognize each individual's expertise and how this brings unique value to the table.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | The entire Buildout culture is built on collaboration and learning through trying new things and sharing new tools with the rest of the team. Every employee is encouraged to take risks without fear of making a mistake or facing consequences if an attempted innovation doesn’t work exactly as expected.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | Throughout StratEx’s growth and evolution, company culture and employees have been put first. In fact, StratEx didn’t seek outside capital until recently because of the impact it may have had on its company culture as a younger company. StratEx continually ranks on best places to work lists and is always improving its employee policies based on feedback they receive.
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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.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | Here at BitGo, we are present in our work - we take pride in elegant and polished solutions. And we remember that results are only one facet of our work; we measure ourselves by our process, and we commit to continual improvement of those processes, absorbing any and all feedback along the way. We are dedicated to success, and we embrace our personal responsibility in achieving it.
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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 Startup (NYC) | After uncovering a need for mobile workers that lies between crammed coffee shops and the sky-high price tag associated with big name co-working giants, KettleSpace leverages underutilized hospitality space in the NYC market, KettleSpace by providing affordable membership-based workspace solutions for freelancers, creatives, and budding entrepreneurs, while providing a new, profit-rich revenue stream to restaurant owners and leading hospitality partners.
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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 Work Culture (Philadelphia) | At AWeber, team members recognize each other’s accomplishments using an internal “props” board, as well as recognize a team member each month with the company AWesome Award. Outside of professional development, the AWeber team participates in the AWeber Academy, where they teach each other about their hobbies outside of work. From beer brewing and sewing to bird watching and drywalling, there’s no shortage of topics to satisfy team members’ interests.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | At Rangle.io, each employee receives an annual $2000 learning allowance for conferences/professional development. Rangle also encourages employees to participate in Guilds & ongoing learning opportunities. In guilds, employees team up with fellow innovators on topics that are close to their heart. Our active groups include the Accessibility Guild, Design Guild, Diversity Guild, IoT, AI, Quality Guild, and more. As Rangle grows, so do the opportunities to get to know more talented colleagues. Friday social happy hour and catered lunch and learns are just a few of the ways we grow relationships each week.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (Orange County) | Jabil Inc is a global company which promotes and understand the added value of diversity and inclusion. In an industry dominated by man, Jabil is proud to present a year over year growth of women representation in manufacturing, management and support roles. Our engineering teams consist a mix if genders, nationalities and religions. Those teams are the main reason why Jabil Inc is considered as one the global leaders in manufacturing automation, especially for custom applications.
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Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | Described as the ‘Uber’ for content, Social Native is making high-quality custom content available to all brands with the click of a button. By paying talented consumers, globally, to create content for the brands they love, Social Native is bridging the gap between content supply and demand to create unparalleled efficiency and scale in the creative industry.
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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.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | What makes LevelUp’s culture exceptional, and its employees inspired, is the passion by which everyone at the office operates: They have high expectations and trust each other to bring the best out of everyone.
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Best Tech Startup (San Francisco) | The Sauce Labs mission is to free organizations from the burden of testing so that developers can innovate and deliver no fail applications faster. With scrappy startup roots and passion for helping developers innovate faster, they’ve led the industry forward and have received a number of industry accolades for doing so.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Chicago) | Noirefy’s mission is to connect ethnically diverse professionals, specifically from underrepresented backgrounds, directly to established professionals as well as employee-seeking companies. As a company that's sole mission to expand diversity in companies, she undoubtedly implements diverse practices within her own company. As an overall voice for diversity in the industry (as echoed in the Chicago Tribune, Windy City Live, Marie Claire, etc.) Shaniqua and Noirefy are continually promoting collaboration, and diverse thinking and Noirefy itself is a resource to explore diverse talents.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | PromptWorks provides a welcoming and engaging workplace that facilitates a dynamic, challenging learning environment where consultants can develop their craft and their careers.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | Established in 1995 to help growing businesses manage, leverage, and maximize their investments in information technology, Dataprise is a leading IT managed services provider offering a holistic and personalized approach to IT management. We are committed to creating a one-of-a-kind customer experience and are dedicated to customer success, striving to provide each business with an unfair competitive advantage through IT.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Silicon Valley)| HP has long been committed to diversity and creating an inclusive environment where all voices and perspectives are heard, valued, and respected. It’s embedded in our values and our culture – The HP Way. Innovation at HP springs from teams of individuals collaborating and contributing varied perspectives, knowledge, and experience to advance how the world works and lives. We are driven to create products that work for everyone, everywhere. Diverse teams create transformative solutions that better serve our customers and the communities where we work and live. To find, develop, and keep the very best people, we embrace and celebrate difference. Leadership: When Hewlett-Packard Co. separated into two new independent, publicly traded companies in November 2015 (creating Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc.), Chief Human Resources Officer Tracy Keogh saw an opportunity to model HP’s commitment to diversity and inclusion at the highest levels of the company. This started with creating one of the most diverse Board of Directors in the tech industry, an intentional, nine-month process that required a commitment from both CEOs and existing board members, pressure on the search firm to look broadly for diverse candidates, and strategic partnerships with affinity groups to reach a more diverse pool of candidates. It continued with assembling an Executive Leadership Team representing different genders, nationalities, and experiences. HP’s executive leadership team is 27% minority and 27% women. Women hold the roles of Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief Legal Officer & General Counsel, Chief Communications Officer, and interim Chief Operating Officer. In June 2017, Dion Weisler, HP President and CEO, took a pledge as part of the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion on behalf of HP. This sign of public support has set the tone of our values and priorities for our leadership, employees, partners and customers. We operate a Global Diversity Advisory Board with senior leaders from across our regions, functions, and lines of business. These executives are diveristy thought leaders and advocates who are establishing strategic priorities and building teams at the business and local levels to drive progress. Across the company, diversity oversight spans our business groups who manage this via diversity councils, task force efforts and PMO’s. Strategy: Through our BIG strategy (Belong, Innovate, Grow), we are seeding the importance of diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences across the company and working to minimize bias in our systems, processes, and programs – from the talent we seek to hire, to the ways we develop and grow our talent, to how we engage, communicate, and reward.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | AppNeta truly is one of the Best Tech Work Cultures, and it all stems from our core values -- transparency, performance, and trust.
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