IndyStar’s Top Workplaces 2016 recognizes Indianapolis technology companies
Several Indianapolis technology companies received recognition from the Indianapolis Star’s Top Workplaces for 2016 survey. A total of 90 companies received recognition this year, up five from the previous year.
PERQ is an engagement technology company providing solutions that connect consumers to brands. They combine their engagement technology and advertising services to help businesses motivate consumers through promotions; whether boosting sales, introducing a new product or building a database.
“Getting recognized as one of the top workplaces in Central Indiana is a BIG DEAL for us. Our employees mean the world to us, and we’re grateful to know they feel a sense of purpose coming into work everyday,” said Scott Hill, co-founder and executive chairman of PERQ. “Day in and day out, they come in with positive, can-do attitudes and they work extremely hard to achieve their goals. They’re the ones who make PERQ amazing!”
“What a cool honor to be named one of the best places to work by Indianapolis Star. It is such a great validation for the talented individuals in this organization who truly want to be a part of something great,” said Andy Medley, chief executive officer of PERQ. “I love having an award that honors our staff for being themselves inside an organization that does everything it can be allow them to flourish as individuals and as a team.”
MOBI provides software and services to help companies manage mobility. Their cloud-based software centralizes the management of mobile devices by integrating with wireless carriers, MDMs, corporate IT systems, and more.
“We are thrilled to be included in the Indianapolis Star’s top workplaces,” said Scott Kraege, chief executive officer of MOBI. “Ultimately, this honor is a direct reflection of our terrific team and their dedication to our customers. MOBI provides a rare environment where our employees are empowered to innovate, lead, and most importantly care about our customers and the extended MOBI family.”
Mitch Black, president of MOBI adds “This is another affirmation that MOBI’s growth in the marketplace is directly correlated to our highly-energized employees. Our employees who directly foster our culture are clearly a point of differentiation for MOBI.”
Tinderbox enables sales teams to improve performance with a cloud-based sales productivity suite that powers personalized sales quotes, proposals, contracts and presentations. Every interaction with a TinderBox asset triggers instant alerts that identify who opens, views and forwards content to prioritize follow up, improve relevancy and increase sales.
“Being named one of the Top Workplaces in the region is a distinct honor,” said Dustin Sapp, co-founder and chief executive officer at TinderBox. “Our consistent growth is fueled by the hard work and dedication of our team, and we’re proud of the product and the culture we’ve created.”
First Internet Bank opened for business in 1999 as the first state-chartered, FDIC-insured institution to operate solely via the Internet and serves consumers and commercial clients.
“First Internet Bank is honored to be recognized as an employer of choice. We value the contributions of every employee, and knowing that our selection was largely based on their candid feedback is especially significant,” said David Becker, chief executive officer.
Philadelphia-based WorkplaceDynamics managed this year’s survey process. Any public, private, nonprofit or government company could be nominated as long as it employs at least 50 people in Central Indiana. 1,284 workplaces were invited by WorkplaceDynamics and 145 participated in the survey. Questions asked in the survey related to workforce training, work/life balance, employee engagement, pay and benefits, and appreciation.
To view all of the companies recognized, visit the Indianapolis Star’s Top Workforces 2016 list.