Datorama, a Leader in AI-powered Marketing Intelligence, honored by The Business Intelligence Group
Datorama announced that The Business Intelligence Group has awarded them a ‘Best Places to Work’ designation in its business award contest. The organization recognizes companies that are actively working to improve their own performance through efforts to challenge employees in environments that make work fun and engaging.
Datorama employees scored an average rating of over 9.36 out of 10 when ranking their overall satisfaction with the company, and a 9.27 when considering their overall job satisfaction. Employees also responded with an average rating of 9.59 when asked how likely they are to recommend Datorama to friends as an employer.
“It’s always fulfilling to be honored with an award, but what makes this particular designation special is that it was based solely on input from the Datorama team and benchmarked against our peers in the software category,” said Ran Sarig, CEO and Co-founder, Datorama. “Not only does that indicate to me that we’re providing our employees with a satisfactory experience relative to the market, but we’re exceeding our staff’s expectations. I know this will only further motivate us to continue optimizing our people-focused initiatives.”
Datorama provides a Marketing Intelligence platform that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to drive marketing’s return on investment (MROI) for its campaigns and programs. Datorama empowers marketers by unifying their siloed data assets to better understand and act on their respective key performance indicators (KPIs).
“We are pleased to recognize Datorama for its deep commitment to employee satisfaction and growth with an award this year,” said Maria Jimenez, Chief Nominations Officer of Business Intelligence Group. “Each year we see a wide range of responses from many companies and it’s exciting to see the leaders rise to the top as represented by their scores. Datorama clearly supports a culture of respect and challenging work for its employees.”