Tipalti Named to 2018 Top Company Cultures List By Entrepreneur And Energage
Payables Automation Provider Places 34th in Midsize Companies
San Mateo, CA, Sept 18, 2018 – Entrepreneur named Tipalti to its Top Company Cultures list, a comprehensive ranking of U.S.-based businesses exhibiting high-performance cultures created in partnership with employee engagement platform and service provider Energage. The Top Company Cultures list has placed Tipalti 34th in the Midsize category as recognition for creating an exceptional culture that drives employee engagement, exceeds employee expectations and directly impacts company success.
Great company cultures don’t happen by accident. They happen because leaders understand how to create excellent working environments, and how to make everyone share the same mission. Our 2018 Top Company Cultures list is a great celebration of companies that are doing it right, and should serve as inspiration for everyone who leads a team.Jason Feifer | editor in chief, Entrepreneur magazine
Core insights, behaviors and attributes that have helped to shape the high-performing cultures presented by the top companies are shared alongside practices to help other companies develop their own workplace environments.
Maintaining a winning culture can be challenging, particularly as we grow 200-percent every year. To sustain that growth, Tipalti has taken the industry lead in automating global payables so that businesses can scale. I’m extremely proud of how our team embraces our unique role in the industry while also inspiring each other to make every day a success. Every day at Tipalti, we save someone from dealing with the organizational deadweight of invoices and payments.Chen Amit | CEO, Tipalti
Honorees were determined and ranked based solely on their survey feedback scores taken by employees. The survey consisted of 24 questions on subject matters such as connection, alignment, effectiveness, leadership and management, as well as basics such as pay, benefits, and flexibility. There was no cost to participate in the survey. Individual employee responses were anonymous.
Becoming a Top Company Cultures winner isn’t something an organization can buy. It’s an achievement organizations have to work for. Based on our decade of research, we have come to view workplace culture is the only remaining sustainable competitive business advantage. Great strategies can be copied, but culture cannot.Doug Claffey | CEO, Energage