Avaap Named Among IDG Insider Pro and Computerworld’s Best Places to Work for the Eighth Consecutive Year

Avaap, a fast-growing Workday Services Partner and management consulting organization with an emphasis on transformation services, including business process excellence, change management, and data and analytics, announced its recognition on the IDG’s Insider Pro and Computerworld 2021 Best Places to Work in IT list. This award recognizes the 100 top organizations that provide interesting, challenging work, and great benefits and compensation.

“It is an honor to continue to be recognized as a best place to work, even amid ongoing changes over the last year,” said Steve Csuka, Avaap CEO. “Strong company culture with shared values for passion, transparency, collaboration, innovation, and genuineness guide everything we do. As a high growth organization, evolution is key to Avaap’s success, and we are continually looking at how we can enhance the experience for individuals who build their career at Avaap. Continual recognition as a great place to work is something we prioritize, and reflected in how the team navigates the work day and delivers success for our customers.”

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Since 2006, Avaap has provided its customers with certified, senior-level consultants with deep industry and technology experience to align strategy with technology investments, advance transformation goals, and achieve sustainable results. Avaap’s management consulting practice brings experienced strategists and impartial expertise to system selection, business process excellence, program and project governance, organizational change management, and data and analytics. Avaap’s Workday business specializes in all core applications and Workday Student, with a track record of successful deployments in healthcare, education, non-profit, and government. In July 2021, Avaap moved its headquarter location to Columbus, Ohio and is actively hiring across North America, Canada, and India.

“Despite the overwhelming obstacles the pandemic has created for many businesses, IT has managed to thrive and in fact, become more essential in the workplace. Attracting and retaining top IT talent to research, deploy and maintain technology has never been more critical,” said Kate Hoy, editor of IDG’s Insider Pro. “Companies that have earned a spot on the Insider Pro and Computerworld 2021 Best Places to Work in IT list have been able to foster nimble and flexible work environments – while continuing to keep competitive compensation and benefits steady. Additionally, they foster a spirit of diversity, social responsibility, training and innovation.”

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