Concurrency, Inc., a leading Microsoft-focused professional services firm serving enterprises throughout the Midwest, was named this week to the Milwaukee Business Journal’s
annual list of “Best Places to Work.” Concurrency is a winner in the medium-sized business category, consisting of companies with 50-99 employees.
“We are honored to be recognized by the Business Journal
as a ‘Best Places to Work’ employer,” said Kate Weiland, Concurrency’s vice president of human capital. “This award is a testament to hard work done by so many people on our team to build and maintain a shared culture of excellence that also honors the needs and talents of individuals.”
In announcing award winners, Milwaukee Business Journal managing editor Todd Bragstad wrote
, “Like most recipes for success, a lot of key elements go into creating a work environment where people feel welcome and valued. That’s what keeps employees coming back week to week, and creates that good vibe that helps draw and retain more top talent.”
The Business Journal
, working with awards program partner Quantum Workplace, evaluated submissions based on how favorably employees “responded to questions in core areas such as communication and resources, teamwork, retention, alignment with goals, trust with co-workers and senior leaders, manager effectiveness, job satisfaction, and others.” For more about award criteria, read Todd Bragstad’s article announcing Concurrency and other winners in its category
Concurrency will be honored at an awards luncheon to be held by the Business Journal
on August 18 at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. Concurrency will also be profiled in the Business Journal’s
August 18 print edition.
Founded in 1989, Concurrency, Inc. is a professional services firm helping organizations throughout the Midwest realize Digital Transformation to achieve business results.
Concurrency is a multiple-time Microsoft Partner of the Year winner and has been named to Redmond Channel Partner’s
list of Microsoft’s Top 200 U.S. Partners
and CRN’s Solution Provider 500
Clients choose Concurrency for its team approach, top talent, project-scoped work plans and business value. Across all technologies and business needs, Concurrency focuses on helping clients realize more value from their IT investments through creative solutions that consider people, process, and technology needs.
Concurrency has offices in Chicago and Minneapolis in addition to its Brookfield, Wisconsin headquarters. Learn more about Digital Transformation and Concurrency at www.concurrency.com