|By Business Wire||
|June 16, 2014 01:42 PM EDT||
NetProspex, the leading provider of cloud-based B2B marketing data management services, has been ranked fourth on the Boston Business Journal’s 12th annual list of the best places to work in Massachusetts. This is the third year in a row that the company has been named to the list, leaping from the 13th spot in the small company category last year to the fourth spot in the mid-sized company category.
The Boston Business Journal announced the company rankings during an awards cocktail reception on June 12 at the Citi/Wang Theatre.
“We’re ecstatic to receive a top-five ranking in Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work awards program,” said Michael Bird, CEO, NetProspex. “Great companies start with great people, and I attribute our growth and success to the amazing talent, commitment and engagement of our team. The fact that 57 percent of our new hires have come through internal referrals speaks directly to the rich company culture we have built and very high job satisfaction.”
In the last 12 months, NetProspex has nearly doubled its employee count, jumping to 121 staffers – with plans to add another 45 employees by the end of 2014. To browse career opportunities at NetProspex, please visit http://www.netprospex.com/Company/Careers.aspx.
NetProspex is the smarter B2B data partner. We help marketing and sales organizations optimize their revenue impact by increasing the quality and effectiveness of their marketing database. Thousands of B2B organizations rely on NetProspex to manage their marketing data in order to fuel high-performing marketing campaigns and accelerate the creation of their sales pipelines. To make databases richer and more actionable, the company offers a suite of data services backed by its proprietary CleneStepTM verification technology and the industry’s largest and most accurate reference database of B2B contacts and companies. For more information, visit www.netprospex.com.
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