SPARCET Celebrates National Employee Appreciation Day by Offering Electronic Recognition Software

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SPARC to provide 30-days of free Enterprise SPARCET, an employee recognition platform, to organizations that sign-up on March 1, 2013

SPARCET: Employee Recognition & Engagement Software

SPARCET: Employee Recognition & Engagement Software

Organizations that build a culture of recognition will be more successful in their mission, showing once again that an engaged workforce is the ultimate competitive advantage.

In honor of National Employee Appreciation Day, SPARC announced it will provide 30 days of Enterprise SPARCET to organizations who sign-up on March 1, 2013. SPARCET is a free electronic employee recognition platform used by nearly 1000 organizations, with an enterprise version releasing in March. SPARC believes that recognition is the first step towards an engaged culture, and is offering 30 days of Enterprise SPARCET at no cost to any organization who signs up on National Employee Appreciation Day.

National Employee Appreciation Day was created by Bob Nelson, a founding Recognition Professional International board member, in 1995 to celebrate and honor workforces everywhere. Recognition is often cited as a key motivational factor in the workplace, and electronic recognition platforms have taken off in recent years to capitalize on the power of appreciation.

“We’re pumped to be offering Enterprise SPARCET to organizations willing to commit to employee appreciation in 2013, as we know electronic recognition can make a huge impact on a company’s success,” said John Smith, SPARCET Product Owner and Chief Evangelist at SPARC. “Organizations that build a culture of recognition will be more successful in their mission, showing once again that an engaged workforce is the ultimate competitive advantage.”

SPARCET is an employee recognition and engagement platform that provides unfiltered peer-to-peer recognition across an organization, multiplying all of the great things already happening. Users can send silver, gold, and platinum Sparcets to team members, leaders, and even customers who have impacted them positively, which can be seen on a real-time organization-wide feed.

"SPARCET has greatly improved our awareness as a company to understand the importance of recognizing employees and has had an incredibly positive impact on our organization," said Janet Bowler, Director of Marketing at C.F. Evans, a SPARCET customer. "We now incorporate Sparcets into everything from our newsletter to our company meetings - employee recognition is now part of who C.F. Evans is as a company."

Organizations looking to use SPARCET to increase recognition, build engagement, and improve communication can sign-up and begin using the system right away without a financial commitment. Any organization that signs up on March 1, 2013, will be upgraded to Enterprise SPARCET for a 30 days at no cost when the platform is released later in the month.

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SPARCET provides pure, unfiltered employee recognition across an organization. A Sparcet is a virtual “great job,” “nice going,” or “thank you,” and a way of letting someone know you appreciate them. Sending a Sparcet takes less than a minute, and provides personal and public recognition for employees across an organization. More than 25,000 Sparcets have been sent by nearly 1,000 companies worldwide. Learn more and get started for free at

SPARC is a software development company creating engaging, forward-thinking technology while putting customers, employees, partners, and the community first. With offices in Charleston, South Carolina and Washington, D.C., SPARC provides software development services for the government and commercial sectors, and develops commercial software products for the executive leadership, human resources, green energy, analytics, and mobile markets. Come by for a tour and see SPARC’s award-winning culture for yourself, or learn more at

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