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Solix, Inc. Earns 5th Consecutive 'Best Places to Work in New Jersey' Award

PARSIPPANY, N.J., March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuing a tradition of earning national and regional accolades for its services and workplace, Solix, Inc. has been named one of the 'Best Places to Work in New Jersey' for the fifth consecutive year by the publication NJBIZ.

Solix, a leading provider of program administration, eligibility determination and customer care services to government agencies and businesses throughout the United States, was one of 38 large-sized companies (more than 250 employees), to make the list of 100 organizations. The award honors the top places of employment in New Jersey that benefit the state's economy, its workforce and businesses. 

This latest recognition builds upon Solix's reputation as an organization committed to excellent service for its customers and a positive work environment for its employees. Other awards the company had received include seven Alfred P. Sloan Awards for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility, a New Jersey Smart Workplaces Award, a New Jersey Outstanding Employer Award and two AARP Best Employees for Workers over 50 awards. Solix has also earned honors from its customers for customer service excellence and won the Project of the Year Award from the Project Management Institute of New Jersey last year. Benefits employees enjoy include on-site classroom and online training, tuition assistance and two paid volunteer days each year.

"Outstanding customer service is the core principal at Solix and an integral part of achieving that is enabling our workforce with the best tools and workplace to help them focus on delivering that service," said Solix President and CEO Jack Miller. "We're very pleased to receive another award recognizing us for our efforts."

Solix was chosen after a participating in a two-part evaluation process. Phase one evaluated the company's workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. The second phase included a confidential, random survey of employees to measure the employee experience in several key areas. The survey is conducted by Best Companies Group, a sister company of the publication NJBIZ. The top 100 companies will be honored – and their rankings revealed – at an awards dinner and ceremony on May 1, 2014 in New Brunswick, N.J.

Solix's comprehensive suite of services includes Complex Program Administration (including business processes, program management and business intelligence reporting), Eligibility Determination Outsourcing (including application processing and data management), and Customer Care (including outreach, Interactive Voice Response (IVR), and inbound/outbound interactions). Headquartered in New Jersey, Solix has Customer Care locations in Illinois, Indiana and Texas as well as a Grant Management Services office in Missouri.

Media Contact: Gene King
Corporate Communications
Solix, Inc.
973-581-5320
[email protected]

About Solix, Inc.

Solix, Inc. is a leading provider of eligibility determination, qualification program management and customer care services to government, telecommunications, broadband, utility and healthcare organizations. For over a decade, we've delivered smart, cost-effective, compliant outsourcing solutions that leverage our unique technologies and consultative expertise. Our customers benefit from faster, more accurate applicant qualification, increased program efficiency and improved customer communications. For more information, please visit www.solixinc.com

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