Company to be featured Oct. 3 in the New York’s Most Respected Employers Issue
DeepIntent, the leading healthcare advertising technology company built to improve better patient health and business outcomes, is pleased to be ranked no. 28 by Crain’s New York Business amongst the 100 Best Places to Work in New York City in the Large Employer Category.
In partnership with Best Companies Group, Crain’s surveyed more than 20,000 employees across all five boroughs on the types of work atmospheres, leadership styles, opportunities for mentorship and professional growth, traditional benefits, and atypical “work perks” that make a company a great place to work.
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“DeepIntent was founded with a mission to improve patient outcomes through the artful use of advertising, data science, and real-world clinical data. As CEO, my proudest accomplishment is the team we’ve built. Together, this incredible group of engineers, marketers, strategists, analysts, product developers, and operations professionals continues to push the healthcare industry forward by unlocking the value of data to deliver better patient outcomes,” said CEO Chris Paquette. “We are thrilled to be recognized by Crain’s as one of the leading employers in New York City and look forward to continuing building on the success of this outstanding team.”
DeepIntent prides itself on offering an inclusive, welcoming work environment that enables its employees to be their whole selves and to do their best work. DeepIntent also offers very competitive compensation and benefits, including unlimited PTO, 401(k) matching, access to the company’s equity program after a year of service, up to 16 weeks of paid parental leave, health insurance with free dental and vision plans, pet insurance, and more.
“This year’s honorees represent world-class organizations that are at the forefront of their respective fields, ranging from companies and firms in consulting, data and digital media, consumer tech, healthcare, public relations, recruiting, real estate, law and financial services,” said Crain’s.
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