We are thrilled to announce that TempWorks has been named a 2015 “Company of the Year” by Best in Biz. Winners of the prestigious award were selected by a panel of notable business experts and journalists employed at media outlets ranging from Businessweek and Fast Company to Fortune and USA Today. As a silver recipient of the award in the medium-sized business category, we are among major businesses, including American Express and Vonage, which were recognized as “gold” winners in the large category. These are trailblazing companies and we are honored to have our efforts recognized alongside theirs.
We have made great strides from 2014-2015 in the staffing software and payroll funding fields. In February, we expanded overseas, entering the UK market as the sole provider of cloud technology services that manage the entire recruitment cycle. Our onboarding portals, timesheet management, booking portals, VMS, mobile, and social media integration are all built-in functions that render third-party services obsolete. They’re a huge boon to recruiters in the high volume temp space, who were starved for such specialized tools.
In March, we launched HIRE, a talent management system that directly answers a need for increased efficiency amongst recruiters who work in the professional and direct-hire space. Throughout the past year, we’ve also made it our mission to help staffing entrepreneurs get their own businesses off the ground through our payroll funding division. Our financial support and mentoring have made all the difference for companies like JTL solutions, who posted sales increasing by six-fold over the past five years.
Another achievement that contributed to our Best in Biz recognition is our consistent growth since 2008. We’ve expanded 22 percent on an annual basis since then and have landed a spot on the Inc. 5000 (list of America’s fastest-growing, privately held companies) four times.
The Best in Biz award reinforces what we’ve strived so hard to make true every day: that a software company shouldn’t just deliver a product to a client, it should believe wholeheartedly in that product. It shouldn’t stubbornly cling to stale ideas because “that’s the way things have always been done” but embrace the spark that leads software developers back to the drawing board. And, like any business, a software company shouldn’t merely care about its own growth; it should facilitate and cheer on the successes of its clients.
Congrats to the winners in each category! Your hard work paid off.
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