PRESS RELEASE: Noble Systems, a global leader in unified contact centre technology solutions, announced that it has been named as a 2016 Tech Culture Award winner by TMCnet. The Award honours technology organisations who have developed a positive, productive and performance-driven culture and fostered a creative, collaborative workplace environment.
To receive the award, Noble Systems demonstrated its commitment to growth through providing a truly distinct and upbeat environment. The company’s philosophy is to hire smart people and to put the right people with the right skills in the right places – and then give them the tools to gain new knowledge and skills, and to grow with the organisation. The result is an established company with impressive employee tenure that offers room for advancement and a strong benefits and training program, and combines a serious work attitude with great perks and fun options that build employee satisfaction.
“The mission of these Tech Culture Awards is quite simple. We have surveyed and selected companies who are looking for the best and brightest tech talent and are willing to go the extra mile to provide what they believe is the ideal tech culture”, said Rich Tehrani, TMC’s CEO and Group Editor-in-Chief for TMCnet.
Jim Noble, President and CEO of Noble Systems, is proud of the environment the company has developed, stating: “Opportunities abound at Noble Systems for employees who work hard and want to learn, and who want to contribute to the success of our company. This year, almost a quarter of our employees will celebrate 10 years of service with us. That’s almost unheard of in the technology industry, and is a strong indication of the culture we have built.”
“Every day, our employees go above and beyond to help the company meet its goals, which means helping our customers meet their goals,” Noble added. “Without a doubt, we would not be able to reach the milestones in market leadership, technology innovation, and longevity that we have without the commitment of our entire employee team, and I am honoured to lead this group.”