Intact Technology, Inc., an IT Operations Management Consulting firm, announced today it has been named a Washington Post Top Workplace for the fourth year in a row. Selection is based solely on voluntary and anonymous employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey measuring several aspects of workplace culture, such as alignment, execution, and connection.
“We know fundamentally to achieve the level of service we promise our customers, we must continuously improve as an organization in service of our employees. When we do this well, our employees repeatedly wow our customers. It’s a cycle that benefits everyone,” said Jesse White, President of Intact. “I’m happy our folks feel so strongly about where they work and the environment we’ve created, but I think we also have room to grow. The most important piece of this for me is the candid employee feedback we receive in this process, and the way we use it to drive our decision-making.”
“I also want to emphasize this is a tremendous team effort. It takes a special team to continue improving everyday. When I think about where we are now and what’s ahead, I’m really grateful for the group of people we have around us,” said White.
About Intact Technology
Since 1994, Intact has been recognized as a leader in creating solutions that help customers and their IT organizations unpack complexities, remove barriers, and have some fun along the way. Today, the US-based company offers reliable and valuable IT services to Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies, offering innovative packaged solutions that combine best-in-class implementation with next-generation managed services.
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To learn more about Intact, please visit intact-tech.com.