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 Startup (Boston) | Airfox is on a mission is to extend critical financial services to billions of unbanked and underbanked people in emerging markets around the globe.
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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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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Boston) | Avrio AI is one of the most collaborative companies that I have ever worked for. This collaboration is fostered by the diversity of the team. With two women on the executive team and team members from all different countries you don't have to look far to find diversity at Avrio AI.
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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.
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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 Workplace for Diversity (Boston) | Bullhorn is absolutely committed to prioritizing diversity in its hiring processes and inclusion in its employee culture across its 800 employees in the U.S., UK, Canada, India, Australia, Germany, and the Netherlands. Bullhorn's strides in creating a diverse workplace that puts it at the leading edge of all Boston tech companies, with 50% of its 2017 hires being diverse. 46% of development/IT hires were diverse in 2017, which is remarkable considering the notorious insularity of dev/IT roles.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | Buoy has a friendly text/chat-based interface that allows users to interact in a familiar medium, providing a level of comfort in their moments of sickness and concern.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | Carbon Black is proud of its many high-performance teams. These teams are interconnected networks of talented, driven people. Our teams are inspired by our leaders who chart a clear course for our mission and create an environment where teams and individuals are given the resources, support, and freedom to pioneer new ideas and ways to work in order to keep our customers safe from cyberattacks.
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Best Tech 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 Work Culture (Boston) | Cimpress is a strategically-focused group of 12+ ecommerce businesses, including Vistaprint and National Pen, all managed in a decentralized, autonomous manner. It has created an edge in the market through a best-in-class tech culture that collaborates to solve real business problems, encourages team members to push the status quo and promotes idea-sharing.
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Best Tech 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 Manager (Boston) | David Safaii is CEO of Trilio, the Massachusetts-based data protection company that’s taking on the backup paradigm. David joined Trilio in 2014 as the company’s first non-founding team member and has grown the company from a fledgling start-up to a venture-backed, rapidly growing cloud infrastructure-as-a-service company. In only a couple of years, David secured the resources to develop and productize what started as an open source project, brought the new solution to market, quickly secured a handful of key customers, and locked down a series A funding round to continue the company’s growth. Through David’s leadership, Trilio has since been on a rapid growth trajectory (of both customers and employees), with even more accomplishments to come. Throughout all these milestones, Trilio remains a relatively lean company in an industry filled with heavily funded startups and weighty enterprise organizations. David uses this as an opportunity to take an active role in managing both his direct reports, and the development of the company as a whole.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | The Elemental Machines team is comprised of transformative leaders with diverse professional backgrounds. Team members have previously worked in the energy, media, education, life sciences, consumer, and technology industries. So,what brings this unique group of individuals together? The answer is that each team member is motivated to be a part of the pioneering team for IoT for life sciences industry.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Boston) | At Ellevation, we believe that diversity is an essential ingredient for success. We won the 2017 Timmy Award for Best Tech Workplace for Diversity, but we knew there was a lot more that we could still do. Over the last year, we almost doubled the number of employees working at Ellevation, and through this expansion continued to make diversity a priority.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Eric joined Ellevation co-founders Teddy and Jordan right at the beginning in 2012 as the VP of Engineering. Over the last 6 years, he’s worked diligently to build a strong, diverse and collaborative team that designs and creates products that enable English Language Learners to achieve their highest aspirations.
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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 Startup (Boston) | GreatHorn protects businesses using ubiquitous cloud email platforms from today’s sophisticated email threats by automating detection, remediation, and post-delivery incident response.
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Best Tech 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.
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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 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 (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.
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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 Work Culture (Boston) | At LogicManager, we’re extremely proud of our mission-driven culture. We provide risk management software that empowers companies to protect their customers every time they step on a bus, eat at a restaurant, or trust an organization in any way.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | Mendix developed a digital maturity assessment to guide their customers though a session that makes it easier to identify what applications they would like to build using the Mendix low-code platform. They consider all aspects of the team and organization with what they call the 4"ps" - people, process, platform and portfolio of applications.
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Best Tech Workplace Diversity (Boston) | MineralTree breaks the mold of a typical startup by employing team members that span a broad range of age groups.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | Notarize fully embraces and celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit, building a diverse team with backgrounds in tech start-ups, engineering academia, public policy and real estate.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Boston) | Payfactors is working hard to promote and encourage diversity of backgrounds and diversity of thought. We have grown our monthly "Women Talk Tech" lunches from a small group of 5 or 6 to a group of over 20 women in tech. It has been amazing to watch the program grow to include women of all ages and backgrounds, coming together to discuss the industry we all support.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | The Pega technology organization, which includes our global engineering teams, has a holistic approach to creativity, innovation, and recognition – these concepts are, by their nature, interconnected.
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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 Manager (Boston) | Rebecca is the ultimate motivator and connector. She's passionate about working with people to create a better world through the power of technology, having worked with numerous startups, helping them grow from the ground level.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | Talla employees have the opportunity to help change how businesses engage with their employees. The best ideas come from individuals who feel challenged and free to stretch their creative muscles.
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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 (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.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | Wasabi, the hot cloud storage start-up, is sizzling as it represents what the next generation of cloud storage looks like.
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