Velocify Recognized as a Los Angeles Business Journal Best Place to Work in 2017

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Velocify, the leading sales acceleration platform, announced that it has been recognized by the Los Angeles Business Journal and Best Companies Group as one of one of the Best Places to Work in Los Angeles for the sixth time.

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Nick Hedges, CEO at Velocify

“We are humbled to receive this kind of recognition, especially since it is based on the experiences of the people who deeply impact Velocify’s success — our employees,” said Velocify CEO Nick Hedges. “Our company is full of collaborative problem solvers, ready to crack the most amazing, complicated, and strategic challenges for our customers. It’s gratifying to be reminded that these smart, passionate people feel empowered to drive their own success and contribute to our team to achieve amazing results.”

The awards program, now in its 11th year, relies solely on the input of employees, who provide voluntary feedback on their jobs and work environment.

According to employee feedback, Velocify is a company where you can make a difference, feel appreciated, and be surrounded by talented and hardworking people dedicated to making the company a success. Velocify also offers employee benefits and perks, including a generous reward structure, work-hard-play-hard mentality, supportive environment, and social events.

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Tiffany Chelsvig, Vice President at Velocify

“This award is a testament to our ongoing commitment to creating a differentiated employee experience that defines the Velocify culture,” said Tiffany Chelsvig, Velocify’s vice president of people and IT. “We have built a high-performing organization based on five core values: Customer Delight, Empathy, Fearlessness, Empowerment, and Ownership. These core values are reflected daily in how we take care of our customers and employees. Providing unique development opportunities, competitive compensation plans, and programs to improve well-being are just part of our employee value proposition.”

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