Custom Software Excellence Translates to HBJ Award
This past month, the Houston Business Journal announced the winners of their Best Places to Work award. Entrance’s custom software developers are proud to be on the list for the second year.
The award celebrates “companies that not only are top performers in their industries, but that truly value their talented employees.”
As Entrance has grown from a fifteen person company less than two years ago to 60 people today, the leadership team is proud to rank on lists like the HBJ’s Best Places to Work.
Remarked Entrance’s director of consulting, Chad Modad,”Our consultants are what make Entrance great, basically our most valuable resources. As a result, we’re always looking for ways to be a best in class employer.”
Keeping Up With a High Bar
Entrance is particularly proud to be part of the Houston Business Journal’s list this year, as the standards for this award were raised for 2013. “A firm must have scored at least an 85 in its employee surveys to be named a finalist.”
Particularly in the competitive market place in Houston, it’s not just awards like these that encourage Entrance to keep up. Said Entrance president Nate Richards, “We’re hiring one and two people per week. They’re just not going to stick around if our offerings don’t keep up with the industry.”