Pittsburgh Business Times Recognizes Video Technology Company For Its Leadership, Culture, Employee Development, And More
Panopto, a video platform provider for enterprise and education markets, announced that it has been selected as one of Western Pennsylvania’s Best Places to Work in an annual ranking compiled by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Founded in Pittsburgh in 2007, Panopto was highlighted as an organization that sets the standard for leadership, great benefits, flexible work environments, innovative professional development, and employee satisfaction.
“Panopto started as a computer science project at Carnegie Mellon University nearly 15 years ago, and we wouldn’t be where we are today without our team’s dedication, hard work, and talent,” said Eric Burns, co-founder and CEO of Panopto. “It’s an honor to be recognized in the city where we first laid our roots for creating an environment for our employees to thrive both personally and professionally.”
A leader in video content management systems, video capture software, and inside-video search technology, Panopto serves Fortune 500 companies and leading academic institutions. With more than 100 employees worldwide, the company just moved to new offices on Pittsburgh’s North Side to accommodate additional hires in the coming year.
To qualify as a Best Place to Work, a third-party research firm compiled anonymous employee surveys and analyzed ten key workplace categories to determine where each company ranked. Rankings, category winners and the overall winner will be announced at Pittsburgh Business Times’s annual awards program held October 27, 2017 at the Westin Convention Center. Other honorees include The Children’s Institute, First National Bank, and Net Health.