iDashboards Recognized with Computerworld 2016 Best Places to Work in IT Award

TROY — The Troy-based business intelligence dashboard developer  iDashboards has been recognized as one of the top organizations for Computerworld’s 2016 Best Places to Work in IT.

This prestigious award highlights IT departments across the country that offer employees a stimulating work environment, along with great benefits and compensation, to create an outstanding atmosphere for IT employees.

Recognized for its collaborative and inspirational culture, iDashboards keeps their team of dashboard engineers motivated on a daily basis and encourages training for further advancement. Employees draw inspiration from their teammates and clients alike to create custom, visually engaging and easy-to-use dashboard solutions for their clients in a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, higher education, transportation, manufacturing and more.

“We believe that happy and engaged employees deliver incredible results for our clients, and we wouldn’t be where we are today without our amazing team of individuals who constantly go above and beyond,” iDashboards founder and CEO Shadan Malik said.

iDashboards was also recently awarded the “Highly Commended” ranking from the 2015 International Service of Excellence Award committee, which honors organizations across the country committed to providing superior customer service. iDashboards was recognized for its customer-first mentality, a quality illustrated by the organization’s 97 percent customer satisfaction rating according to customer feedback surveys.

More at http://www.idashboards.com.

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