Edoc Service Makes Forbes’ 2020 List of America’s Best Small Companies

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Fully Remote Company Recognized By Small Giants Community for Its Culture.

Forbes’ fifth annual Small Giants List spotlights

Forbes’ fifth annual Small Giants List spotlights small companies that choose greatness over growth, including Edoc Service, Inc.

"Edoc Service's culture is built upon living out its values and purpose in the most honest and vulnerable way. We couldn't describe a Small Giant better than that," said Hamsa Daher, Executive Director, Small Giants Community.

Edoc Service, Inc., a virtual company offering tools and services for greater productivity and collaboration, has been named to the Forbes Small Giants list, a list that celebrates America’s best privately owned and closely held U.S. companies.

The 2020 Forbes Small Giants “best small companies in America” list includes 25 companies that share a commitment to greatness over fast growth. It’s a group of values-driven companies focused on serving their customers, employees, and communities.

“Small Giants are companies led by purpose-driven entrepreneurs who intentionally choose greatness over growth, and it’s a group of leaders who prioritize their people. Making this list is a major milestone and our team is humbled and honored by this recognition,” said Edoc Service founder and President/CEO Jim Mullaney.

This year’s list includes a national fitness bootcamp, a chain of Mexican bakeries, and a vineyard with 100-year-old roots in Chile’s Casablanca Valley, among other notable, purpose-driven and “people-centric” companies.

Inspired by the best-selling book “Small Giants: Companies That Choose To Be Great Instead of Big” by Bo Burlingham, the Small Giants Community was created to connect purpose-driven business leaders and teach the practices that make great, sustainable businesses. The companies may be “small” (company revenues range from $1.6 million to $91 million on this year’s list), but the companies foster extensive, lasting relationships with stakeholders and within their communities, according to Hamsa Daher, Executive Director of the Small Giants Community.

"What stood out about Edoc Service was that Jim Mullaney and the Edoc team created a high-trust, virtual working environment way before it was trendy,” said Daher. “Edoc Service's culture is built upon living out its values and purpose in the most honest and vulnerable way. We couldn't describe a Small Giant better than that."

As a totally remote company, Edoc Service was founded in 1997 when Mullaney set out to build “a company where people could work at home, have a career and have a life.”

Some 23 years later, Edoc Service still cares for employees in the totality of their lives. Trust and respect are still core to the culture at Edoc Service, where workers are empowered to set their own hours and act autonomously on behalf of the company.

To that end, the company practices financial transparency with open books and it also offers unlimited vacation to employees.

“With a servant leadership approach, we empower employees to think and act like owners,” said Mullaney.

To learn more about Forbes’ 2020 list of Small Giants, visit http://www.Forbes.com.

To learn more about Edoc Service and the virtual tools and services it offers—including eSign by Edoc and transcription services—visit http://www.edocservice.com or call (513) 829-7101. To learn more about the Small Giants Community in Cincinnati, Ohio visit http://www.ebcincy.com.

To learn more about Small Giants and its yearly Summit, visit https://smallgiants.org/.

About Edoc Service, Inc.

As a totally remote company, Edoc Service, Inc. is passionate about transforming how business is done in America. Based in Farfield, Ohio, Edoc Service’s largest divisions are Scriptus (transcription); eSign by Edoc (digital signature platform); Onboard (digital new-hire paperwork); and Digital Labor Law (digital workforce posters). To learn more about Edoc Service’s tools for greater productivity and collaboration, visit http://www.edocservice.com.

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