Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | What makes the Slalom Delivery Center different? The answer is a common one across Slalom: Our People, Our Values and Our Culture. Who we are in the delivery center is the fabric of our being, and the people that sit in our Delivery Centers are the soul of what happens here. So what makes the Slalom Delivery Center different? We start with the Slalom Core Values, focus on skill, curiosity and collaboration, and then mix in a true affection for our client’s best interests and what emerges is a dynamic, energetic place where writing software becomes a joy, and delivering excellence for our clients becomes commonplace.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | We’re a mission-driven company that brings cutting-edge technology and the latest in big data and analytics to the most challenging problems facing our military and government today. RII has invested in a brand-new, state-of-the-art office, which was featured in DC Inno’s Office Envy in late 2016. Innovation isn't just in our name, it's in our blood. Our new space includes treadmill desks, a TV lounge, built-in work booths, and a huge new engineering test lab with a 14-foot media wall.
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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 (NYC) | Pager strives to ensure that every employee has the tools and resources they need do their best work. Creating a disruptive solution to a problem as significant as changing the consumer experience in healthcare, requires a team commitment to creative and innovative thinking. To ensure that our employees are set up for success, we provide the tools and resources they need to maximize their potential.
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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 (San Francisco) | Fleetsmith was founded by a team of former IT admins who were frustrated by the IT management solutions that already existed on the market. Using powerful automation and user-focused product design chops they honed at companies like Dropbox and Fandom, they’ve built a management system that makes it easy for anyone to ensure their entire fleet of devices is properly managed, secure, and compliant.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Orange County) | At AutoGravity, we pride ourselves in our diverse hiring practices and office environment. We have approximately 10% more women in the workforce than the tech industry average. AutoGravity celebrates its diversity with an annual “International Day” celebration, where everyone wears something to represent their homeland, brings native cuisine to share with their colleagues, and imparts narratives about their heritage. "One Team, One Dream" is our company mantra coined by our international team of digital natives.
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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 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 Startup (San Francisco) | Just as SoFi introduced the disruptive student loan product, they are rolling out creative ways to enable consumers to better manage their money: invest, borrow, and save.
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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.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | At Hustle, diversity and Inclusion matters. It matters in the world. It matters to Hustle’s clients and partners. It matters at Hustle. Their team engages in all their work with respect for one another, towards a shared purpose, maximizing Hustle's impact on society.
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Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley) | Roman Kisin is Parley Pro’s CTO and leads the product development team. He is a great tech leader not only because he has the technical chops, but because he truly believes that everyone on his team is great. Roman come to work every day with a positive outlook and passes his contagious attitude to his team.
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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.
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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 (Toronto) | TradeRev embraces innovation, disruption and staying ahead of emerging trends - we consider ourselves forward thinking and daring. With that mindset we encourage employees to push their creative boundaries by providing an exciting and rewarding experience. This comes from both management and our culture. We pride ourselves on the culture we have built on the idea of FHAB - Fun, Honest, Accountable and Brave. Our FHAB mentality enables the team to speak freely, take risks and make mistakes without judgement or consequence. Our management also knows that an innovative idea can come from anywhere and have seen firsthand what an open and collaborative environment can produce.
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Best Tech Startup Manager (NYC) | Cody Musser is someone that everyone at Jakt looks up to, even if they don’t directly work with him. He balances a light hearted, nerdy excitement for everything he works on with a serious dedication to getting things done, doing them well, and making sure his team learns from their work. He regularly schedules one-on-one meetings with his teams, and they’re laser focused.
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Best Tech Manager (San Francisco) | Bellasio is a serial entrepreneur, having previously founded a successful web hosting business in his native home country of Italy. In leading Cloud Academy over the past four years, he has built a great team culture by fostering transparency, hiring service-minded employees, and encouraging a business culture that “questions everything” in order to relentlessly build better products.
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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.
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Best Tech Startup (Chicago) | ShoppingGives exists to create social impact with every purchase, having built a community of retailers and nonprofits that give back to one another through their customers and supporters. The community is created through two unique technologies: an intuitive online fundraising platform and our newest technology, Change CommerceⓇ; this technology solves three core problems facing retailers today: (1) loyalty and customer engagement, (2) creating an impact through corporate social responsibility, and (3) finding a value-add platform that enhances retailers’ ability to compete with Amazon.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Pooja Panse is a hands-on leader dedicated to her team members’ success. She regularly gives feedback and encourages individuals to step outside of their comfort zones whether it is driving project planning, doing design work or giving presentations.
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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/.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Los Angeles) | The main reaction people have when visiting the MetaX office in Santa Monica, California is one of awe at the amazing work culture that can be sensed just by walking through the door. Upon entering, one is greeted by an open floor layout of a ping pong table, desks, and meeting rooms separated by glass walls covered in expo marker ideas, algorithms, and developer code.
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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!
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Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | . Tuition.io’s platform is a proven tool for employers to hire and retain competitive talent while also reinforcing a culture of happier and more productive employees. As such, Tuition.io knows first-hand the importance of a great working environment and promotes a positive, forward-thinking and collaborative office culture.
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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 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 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 (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.
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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 Work Culture (Los Angeles) | To ensure a good cohesion in the entire engineering department, once a week we all have lunch together and split into random groups of 4/5 people. The company also has an extensive on boarding program to ensure any newcomers get all that they need and team up with a "buddy" who is someone out of their own department to ensure that they are really nicely integrated into the company.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Toronto) | "Sensibill believes we are stronger as individuals and as a company when we work together in an environment that is inclusive and respectful of all our differences. We welcome the range of viewpoints and perspectives expressed by a diverse group of individuals, which in turn leads to collaboration in building an excellent product for our clients." - Mission Statement, Sensibill Diversity Policy. Want to learn more? Hear from some of our Sensibillians.
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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 (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 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.
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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.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Silicon Valley) | Oath’s work through ERGs, human resources, recruiting, employee experience teams, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion is delivering on Oath’s commitment to inclusion and the goal of making Oath a great place to work for everyone—including those with seen and unseen disabilities. We recognize we can only build quality technology if we have a diverse perspective in our workplace. Thus, Oath initiated the D, is a dedicated team focused on diverse recruitment and prioritize business organizations that fall below our hiring targets.For example, Oath publicly committed to 50/50 gender equality at the top 4 levels of Oath by 2020, and since Oath’s formation in 2017 to the present, eight of the past 12 VP and above hires have been women.
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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 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 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 Tech Startup (NYC) |HireArt is continually evolving to improve their process for their clients. Each member of their small team is tasked weekly with experimenting within their chosen area of expertise to better what they do every day. Whether it’s developing a new onboarding process or a/b testing candidate communications, the HireArt team is passionate about making their product better every day.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Los Angeles) | At SnackNation we have environment in which employees are empowered to entrepreneurial in their roles, regardless of whether they’re an executive, manager, or individual contributor. All ideas are judged on their merits, and team members are encouraged to create solutions – campaigns, programs, or even whole departments – that didn’t previously exist.
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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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Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | Amruta Inc provides data-driven insights and user-friendly software to improve revenue, profitability, safety, compliance and reputation for commercial and governmental clients, worldwide. We hire forward-thinking tech leaders who create data engineering, science and experience software to transform processes across industries. They collaborate with the client executives to implement solutions with a business realism. They enjoy complete freedom in creating leading-edge solutions. Our work environment includes flexible hours, telecommuting, and flexible meeting schedules & locations. Amruta Inc provides health, 401 k, immigration visa sponsorship, and other employee benefits that are comparable to large organizations.
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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 Workplace for Diversity (Toronto) | TWG is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. We follow hiring best practices and have launched initiatives designed to ensure that workforce is diverse. In May of 2015, TechGirls Canada and TWG launched a year-long pilot project to explore, test and report on a set of strategies for boosting gender and racial diversity, equity and inclusion. We are also huge supporters of the LGBTQ+ community, sponsoring such events as Venture Out. TWG had a booth at this year’s conference and supported one of our employees, who spoke. In the area of recruitment, we have developed a close working relationship with Global Skills, a company dedicated to pairing the world’s top technical talent with Canadian companies using the new federal Global Skills Strategy.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | AWeber has always celebrated differences within their workplace, but have recently launched their new WE@AWeber program to create greater awareness of diversity at the company. This new program includes a monthly meeting to openly and honestly discuss diversity topics. The company also sends a monthly WE@AWeber newsletter, where they share links to articles that relate to various diversity topics, as well as local events and meetups that support diversity.
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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.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | As a data-driven business, the technology team at Infutor is a large contributor to the success of the company. Infutor’s commitment to maintain a company culture of innovation, transparency and support are all factors that have helped place them in the top 20 on the 2018 Crain’s Chicago Business Best Places to Work List.
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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 Startup (San Francisco) | Fountain works to address the very real need in the industry for technology that is focused on the unique issues around hiring hourly employees (from delivery drivers to retail employees). Their product is designed for automating the hiring process and utilizes tools like machine learning and text messaging with candidates in order to improve the time to hire.
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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 (San Francisco) | Clover Health is reinventing the health insurance model, using proprietary technologies, platforms, and data insights to power interventions and improve health outcomes for members of its Medicare Advantage program and individuals across the globe.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Daniel is passionate about instilling a healthy, fun, and caring team culture. He fosters an open and supportive environment where the team can successfully grow, communicate, and share a common vision. He will always make time to help detangle snags, overcome obstacles, and go the extra mile to get things done.
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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 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.
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Best Tech Startup (Chicago) | Codeverse is the world's first fully interactive coding studio for kids aged 6-13, founded on the mission to teach a billion kids to code.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | alligatortek has a tight-knit company culture, and communication and relationships are crucial. alligatortek shares its vision, tagline, and opportunities for company growth each month at our weekly all-hands/town hall meeting. Additionally, we share updates of any changes on our company Yammer page and have an hour­-long meeting each year to discuss how we performed on the goals from last year and share the goals for the next 1, 3, and 5 years.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Chicago) | Diverse hiring starts with a diverse team, moreover, a diverse hiring team. With 140 employees, 35 nationalities and 40% of female employees, we are in a good position to ensure diversity. At SpotMe, we always make sure candidates go through a panel of interviewers and reviewers to make sure hiring biases are totally eliminated. We highly value diverse backgrounds, education, and experiences. Most of our candidates have a background in software development, hospitality and events, but we have been casting a wider net, tapping into talented individuals with experiences in professional services, legal and marketing as well.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) | At Quizlet, they believe investing in a diverse workforce creates a strong and innovative community and gives them a competitive advantage. Their efforts start with measurement — being able to track at every stage of the candidate experience and understanding what is working and where they are falling short.
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Best Tech Startup (Toronto) | BEACON exemplifies passion and innovation by delivering the valuable resource of mental healthcare in a completely unique format. Cognitive-behavioural therapy, or CBT, is considered the gold standard of mental health therapy. Unfortunately, systemic barriers like location, finances, and scheduling often prevent people from receiving the help they need.
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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.
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Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | Matterport allows their engineers and key players to decide their own creative direction and the company makes a point to stay out of their way. Their executive team knows good things happen when you allow your best thinkers to sit around, scratch their head, and come up with new and innovative ideas while management stays out of their way.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | Curriculum Associates, an educational technology company on a mission to make classrooms better places, focuses heavily on its tech team’s growth and well-being.
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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 (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 Startup (San Francisco) | HomeLight was created in 2012 by its founder after having a terrible buying experience in the Bay Area. He realized there was a need to streamline and optimize what is for some the biggest investment they will make in their lives, buying a home. The company doubled in size in 2014 and is continuing to grow.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | At Arity, we give people a great tech work culture that’s more than Ping-Pong, a modern office space and a relaxed dress code – we empower people to pursue work they find personally and professionally fulfilling as they pioneer solutions that work toward a shared mission of making personal transportation – and people’s lives – better.
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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 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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