New Delhi [India], Sep 1 (ANI
-BusinessWireIndia): Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth, announced today that TMCnet, the leading website building communities online, in person and in print for communications and technology markets, has named the company as a recipient of the first annual 2016 Tech Culture Awards.
Epicor received an A+ rating from TMCnet, citing its employees boast that working for the Company feels like being part of a small entrepreneurial team, rather than the full-fledged, global enterprise that it is. A true industry force with big-world initiatives, Epicor is passionate about offering personal development opportunities to team members and inspiring all employees to continue expanding their skill-sets throughout their careers.
Epicor employees know that with innovative learning approaches and relevant content, they can individually contribute to the success and development of the entire organization.
"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, CEO at TMC and group editor-in-chief for TMCnet.
"Epicor has demonstrated to the editors of TMCnet that they are committed to growth through providing a truly distinct and upbeat environment and for that we applaud and recognize them," added Rich.
"Epicor is a global company on a mission to drive growth for our customers through market leading industry-specific software solutions and services our employees are essential to our success, and we are focused on offering personal development opportunities that inspire them to grow in their careers," said Joe Cowan, president and CEO, Epicor Software
"We are thrilled to be recognized by TMC for our admirable culture and commitment to employee advancement," added Joe.
The complete list of Tech Culture Award winners for 2016 is posted on the Tech Culture blog on TMCnet