Reston, VA – Macedon Technologies has been named the number one small business on The Washington Post’s 2018 Top Workplaces list. Selection is based on employee feedback gathered through an anonymous survey which measured several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection.
“Overwhelmingly, employees of the companies honored on The Post’s Top Workplaces list not only value their workplace’s culture, but they also feel confident in the direction that their companies are going,” said Washington Post Top Workplaces editor Dion Haynes. “The standouts on this list excel because they focus on engaging their greatest asset: their people.”
“This is a lifetime achievement award, not for me, but for us,” said Austin Rosenfeld, CEO. “The culture we have built is outstanding, and hopefully it will continue to be a magnet for top talent. Of all the things Macedon has ever won, this is the one I am most proud of, and we couldn’t have done it without a total team effort.”
In announcing the award internally, Tim Kelly, Vice President of Professional Services and Operations, said “Thank you all for making Macedon such an awesome place to work. Without your commitment to our values, our culture, and our clients, we would never have made it this far.”
About Macedon Technologies
Founded in 2009 by one of Appian’s original BPM architects, Macedon Technologies’ rapid growth earned us a spot as the 102nd fastest growing private IT services company in the country on Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list. Of course, that was back in 2014, and we have more than tripled in size since then.
Macedon services clients across the United States and Canada. Our headquarters are located near Washington, DC. While many of our clients are in the financial services industry, we also have significant footprints in industries including manufacturing, education, energy, and pharmaceuticals.
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