Biomark has a longstanding history of providing a great work environment. We stay dynamic and innovative. All of our employee owners care about delivering the best in products and customer service to our clients
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Boise, ID (Vocus) June 9, 2010
Biomark, a Boise-based company that distributes and manufactures electronic identification technology and monitoring solutions for fish and wildlife research, is being honored by Winning Workplace and Inc. Magazine with the 2010 Top Small Company Workplace award.
Now in its 20th year, Biomark is a recognized worldwide leader in animal Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). The company specializes in passive integrated transponders (PIT tags). These tags have been used for more than 25 years to permanently identify individual animals. Fisheries studies initially employed PIT tags, and now their usage has expanded to include mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and many other animals and objects. Biomark integrates these products by designing, manufacturing, installing, managing and maintaining the systems that detect the tags at specific and strategic locations for reliable data collection and comprehensive results.
Winning Workplaces, a national nonprofit dedicated to helping small and mid-size businesses create engaging and productive work environments, selected Biomark and 19 additional companies as winners from a pool of more than 500 competitors throughout the United States. The recognition highlights small businesses that engage their employees, create outstanding work environments and, in turn, deliver exceptional results. The project is co-hosted by Inc. Magazine. Biomark and the other of the winning companies will be featured in the June issue of the publication.
“We’re delighted to be recognized with this top honor,” said Park, who serves as company president. “Biomark has a longstanding history of providing a great work environment. We stay dynamic and innovative. All of our employee owners care about delivering the best in products and customer service to our clients.”
In 1991, Biomark’s founding employees located the company to Boise, Idaho due to the city’s quality of life and its accessibility to the Rocky Mountains. Because of Boise’s strong group of technology businesses and research community, Biomark quickly adopted it as its permanent home.
About Biomark:Established in 1990, Biomark was created to help fish and wildlife conservation program managers achieve better results, cost-effectiveness and efficiency through the creative application of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). The successful use of passive integrated transponders (PIT) for migratory fisheries research in the Columbia River basin has spread to other applications and has found a place in the research community. Biomark continually strives for the greatest possible reliability and quality in its products. Biomark aims to be the standard of comparison and to be recognized as a company of dedication, honesty, integrity and service. http://www.biomark.com
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