Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | Asset-Map remains a visually engaging DOL-compliant sales tool for advisors, going above and beyond the recently outlined regulations. The platform visually facilitates meaningful financial conversations and illustrates a client’s complete financial landscape in a simple, 1-page snapshot.
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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 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 Work Culture (Philadelphia) | Bresslergroup regularly recognizes hard work through gifts, team outings, group social events, and company-sanctioned extracurricular clubs. They also provide regular opportunities to volunteer in the Philadelphia community. There is a company culture committee that any employee can join to help shape day-to-day life at the company.
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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.
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Best Tech Manager (Philadelphia) | Chris came into Health Union at a difficult time for the tech team, and with his hiring and implementing new process and procedures, was able to turn the Health Union Tech Team into a powerhouse that supports the growth and activity for the #1 Small Business Work Place (Philly.com) and a #1 Medium Sized Work Place (Philly Business Journal). Chris continues to invest in the team and has plans for continued growth for the future.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | FreedomPay not only fosters collaboration and learning internally but encourages employees to stay ahead of the curve on industry best practices and market trends. Employees can attend workshops and continuing education classes as well as attain the latest technology and certifications. FreedomPay acts on the mentality that they are always learning and growing so they can be the best for their clients. The company has the utmost respect and appreciation for their employees and treats them as such.
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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 Startup (Philadelphia) | Guest-Rm is innovative and disruptive by being the first of its kind to focus on a network of friends and friends of friends; encouraging travel in a safe and cost effective way to inspire users to travel and explore the world.
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Best Tech Manager (Philadelphia) | Gunter has led Stuzo through its roots as a social platform company, partnered with Facebook, through acquisition by the Dachis Group, through reacquisition of the company, and through a current transformation from being a digital product innovation company to becoming a SaaS platform company providing retail commerce solutions. This type of transformation is incredibly difficult, requires an insanely high degree of rigor, strategy, and execution, and is one of the current breakout success stories in all of tech in Philadelphia.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | The entire team at Guru consists of people from all walks of life: some people who were in bootcamps, some people who have a degree in CS, and others who are self taught, and everyone brings something to the table that is different. The company is able to use new and modern technologies within reason and when the entire team has agreed upon the usage.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | In less than 4 years and with fewer than 40 employees, HealthVerity has demonstrated its success by deploying its platform in 17 of the top 20 pharmaceutical companies, 3 of the top 5 insurance payers and 4 of the top 5 strategy consulting firms. Their blue chip clientele confirms that HealthVerity is taking the market by storm by delivering a differentiated and highly valued solution.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | Interactive Mechanics advocates for diversity across the organization, from their hiring practices to how they collaborate with their clients on projects. They have worked hard to make their hiring practice inclusive. The company conducts unconscious bias training on an annual basis with their entire team & utilizes a blind application review process.
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Best Tech Manager (Philadelphia) | James empowers the team by allowing people to make decisions, not micromanaging, and encouraging people to do their best. Collaboration is also encouraged. James speaks to each person regularly, to check on project and personal progress. He publicly expresses confidence in individual team members. Between regular team meetings and team events, James ensures that the team embraces collaboration on a regular basis.
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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 (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 (Philadelphia) | Everyone at MilkCrate is dedicated to advancing our clients' missions by building them incredible engaging mobile apps within their budget. Our company has grown from an early stage startup by seeking out ways to be more impactful and better serve customers - all while building a team and company culture where learning and impact are valued above all.
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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 Startup (Philadelphia) | MVP Interactive is a team-first organization which has allowed them to remain nimble while taking on large projects and ultimately keeping customer satisfaction paramount. The company has broken through the divide of what sporting fans, teams, and brands are known to experience. By using cutting-edge technology, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and facial recognition, MVPI is helping sports stadiums and teams as well as sponsoring brands better engage and market to their consumers.
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Best Tech Manager (Philadelphia) | Neil is by far beyond deserving of this recognition within the local industry and community. He creates careers. He creates amazing teams. He creates innovators. There are few people that do as much as him in the capacity of a manager and an all-around industry-leader.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | One of NeuroFlow's core company values is "have a healthy disregard for the impossible". They are disrupting the health care space, adding immense social value, and delivering great experiences to their users. The company was founded on the belief that owning your own data can drive needed behavioral change. As such, Neuroflow will help users gather and analyze data from any source they can - from cutting edge wearables in body monitoring to encouraging habit-forming self-reporting.
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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.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | Penji's core strength is their diversity. Everyone in the company has come from a unique/diverse background and permeates through their marketing. The company make up is predominantly women and also people of color. They have also started an internal podcast called Shades of Success that highlights individuals making strides in the world of diversity and inclusion, with the focus of making positive change within their community.
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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 (Philadelphia) | Red Spark values the individual, not just the work they do. Making sure their employees are happy and healthy is a top priority; ranging from catered lunches and a fully stocked kitchen along with 25 PTO days help to ensure this healthy bunch. Their team enjoys spending time in and out of the office together, whether an office event, internal lunch and learn, volunteering or a happy hour.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | ShopRunner creates an environment for employees to grow, learn and collaborate with team members. The culture is centered on seven core values: boldness, inclusion, grit, candor, accountability, spirit and hustle. The company believes great ideas should not solely come from senior leadership but from employees at any level.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | As an experience design firm, Think Company works hard to design a great employee experience and overall culture for everyone on the team—including their technology discipline. Their Technology leaders intentionally address creativity, innovation, learning, and rewarding a job well done among other initiatives.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | The growing team at Vea fitness maintains a diverse ethnic background. They have always been open to diverse hiring processes and believe that keeping a balance to the team structure helps them succeed in many ways. The team recognizes that all of their various beliefs and practices in and outside of the workplace helps them to work close with one another and bridge the gap.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | Wodify has disrupted an industry, by bringing technology into the world of CrossFit, to empower gym owners and athletes around the world. Six years ago, when Wodify was founded, CrossFit gyms operated with outdated systems and athletes manually tracked their workout results with pen & paper. Today, in over 100 countries around the world, fitness entrepreneurs use Wodify's suite of products to run their entire business.
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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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