New York, NY (PRWEB) October 14, 2014
Work Market (http://www.workmarket.com), the #1 Freelance Management System (FMS)™ used by businesses to manage their freelancers and independent contractors, announces today that it was named to the Fast 50 list by Crain’s New York Business. This list highlights those New York companies that are uniquely innovative and have experienced rapid growth.
“Being included in the Fast 50 list is a great honor for our company,” said CEO Jeffrey Leventhal. “As the freelance economy continues to grow, we are deeply committed to providing organizations with the solution they need to manage and optimize every stage of the freelance process and to create a great work experience for freelancers. We are grateful to Crains for this recognition as we accomplish our goals and provide organizations with the freelancer management systems they need.”
Founded in 2010 by Jeffrey Leventhal and Jeff Wald, the Work Market solution has been used to fill millions of work assignments across 400 clients, 100 of which exceed a billion in annual revenue, making the company the largest enterprise freelance platform in the world.
“As the business climate continues to change and more and more freelancers enter the workplace, the need for freelancer management systems will only continue to grow,” adds Co-Founder Jeff Wald. “We are proud to be innovators of the freelance economy and humbled to be included in this outstanding list of companies.”
For a full list of the companies on the Crain’s Fast 50, click here.
About Work Market: Work Market is the #1 Freelance Management System™ (FMS) used by businesses to manage their freelancers & independent contractors. Work Market helps businesses manage the complete lifecycle of their freelance labor, including the selection and hiring of contracted resources, the deployment and ongoing management of labor at scale and all associated payment and legal compliances. Work Market supports all work classifications. This allows businesses to increase labor productivity and enhance work quality while optimizing labor costs.
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