NEW YORK (PRWEB) April 15, 2020
The Software Report is pleased to announce The 25 Best Software Companies To Work For in 2020, Boston Area.
For the past three months, we collected hundreds of nominations from professionals who work for software companies in the Boston area. They provided their candid feedback on the strength of each company's work environment, people and culture. We then performed research into each company's history and evolution, reputation in the industry and management team caliber, among other factors
After thorough review of each company's nomination survey results, we selected those who scored the highest. We paid particular attention to those who demonstrated consistency across each performance area. The following company awardees represent this year's best software companies to work for in the Boston area.
Topping this year’s list are HealthcareSource, AppNeta, Buildium, Amwell, Turbonomic, Akamai, Avid Technology, Intersystems, BlueVenn and CallMiner.
Notable awardee Appneta has established itself as a leader in proactive network and end-user experience monitoring. The company’s three values of transparency, performance and trust guide its workforce in developing product, collaborating with team members and supporting customers. Meanwhile, at Buildium the company holds employee pride to be one of its primary business objectives. And they work hard to be good members of the communities they work in.
Please join us in congratulating each of this year's awardees. The full list of awardees can be viewed at https://www.thesoftwarereport.com/the-25-best-software-companies-to-work-for-in-2020-boston-area/
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