BitTitan Celebrated by Puget Sound Business Journal as a Top WorkplaceDebuting on Washington’s Best Workplaces List, BitTitan Snags the 2016 Bronze Medal Honor in Large Company Category
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KIRKLAND, Wash. – August 12, 2016 – BitTitan, cloud services enablement and managed services automation pioneer, today announced it received the bronze medal in Puget Sound Business Journal's annual list of Washington's Best Workplaces in the "Large Company" category. BitTitan was selected based on an independent survey of employees, which measured overall employee satisfaction, incorporating employee benefits, work perks, senior leadership, and company culture. This marks the first year the company has been recognized by Puget Sound Business Journal as a best workplace in Washington.
This award follows BitTitan being honored in June as the “Best Large Company to Work for in Washington” by Seattle Business, marking the third consecutive year BitTitan has appeared on the annual 100 Best Companies to Work For list, and the first time it secured the top spot. BitTitan also received “Best Medium-Sized Business” from 425 Business for the second consecutive year.
"I started BitTitan with the goal of creating an environment where intelligent, creative, and passionate professionals could work and play hard, and always get the job done,” said Geeman Yip, CEO at BitTitan. “That was almost ten years ago. Being recognized by Puget Sound Business Journal goes to show how, even as BitTitan has expanded, we’ve maintained our commitment to fostering an innovative, collaborative and supportive workplace where employees can be the best and do the best.”
BitTitan has offices in Kirkland and Singapore and is actively looking for exceptional individuals in sales, engineering, product development, and marketing to join the team. People who like to get sh*t done and have fun doing it, can learn more about career opportunities with BitTitan at https://www.bittitan.com/careers.
The winners were announced at a celebratory rally on August 11, 2016 at Safeco Field. To learn more about the event and see the complete list of winners and finalists, visit Puget Sound Business Journal’s Washington’s Best Workplaces 2016 homepage or pick up its Friday newsletter.
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