Confluence Named Finalist in Pittsburgh Technology Council’s
2017 Tech 50 Awards
Confluence Shortlisted for Exceptional Workplace Culture in Third Consecutive Year
September 5, 2017
(PITTSBURGH– Sept. 5, 2017) – Confluence, the global leader in investment data management automation for regulatory, financial and investor reporting, announced today that it has been named a "Culture Leader of the Year" finalist in the Pittsburgh Technology Council's 2017 Tech 50 Awards program for the third consecutive year. The annual award recognize the most forward-thinking and innovative technology companies in southwestern Pennsylvania.
The “Culture Leader of the Year” category honors those companies with outstanding workplace culture—an integral component of Confluence’s corporate values. This past year, the company was named one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
"We are honored to be named a finalist for the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Tech 50 Awards for Culture Leader of the Year for the third consecutive year," said Mark Evans, Chairman, CEO and President at Confluence. “Our culture is one of the most vital parts of our company. It is the cornerstone that brings our global team together to work collaboratively to deliver exceptional software and services to our clients and to support the communities where we live and work.”
This June Confluence relocated its Pittsburgh headquarters to Nova Place, a 30-acre mixed-use, urban redevelopment project located on Pittsburgh’s historic North Side. The innovative workspace design integrated with a range of professional and personal amenities provides Confluence employees with an environment to innovate and collaborate with colleagues while promoting a healthy work-life balance.
In addition to the recent move to Nova Place, Confluence’s corporate culture is aligned with its agile software development processes and underscored by a commitment to hard work and collaborative teamwork, both inside and outside of the office. The Pittsburgh office sponsors a rowing and softball team, and the company hosts events for its employees around the world throughout the year, including holiday parties and team and family outings. Other employee events also include foosball tournaments, a chili cook-off, and a bake off. The company’s grassroots “Confluence Cares” community service program, developed by the employees and sponsored by Confluence, focuses on local organizations and charities in each location.
“Each year, the Council canvasses the region for the most distinguished public and private technology-oriented companies,” said Audrey Russo, President and CEO, Pittsburgh Technology Council. “We are especially excited to announce the category winners at the awards gala this fall. This year, we are taking a closer look at how the finalists are propelling technology excellence not only in Pittsburgh, but around the world. It is truly a night to honor our region’s technology companies and the contributions they have made to our economic vitality.”
Award winners of will be announced on Thursday, October 12, 2017, at a ceremony at the Wyndham Grand in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
To find out more about Confluence, please visit www.confluence.com/en-us/
For more information on Tech 50 and all of the finalists, visit www.pghtech.org/events/tech-50.aspx
As a proven leader delivering an innovative platform to put the data first in asset management, Confluence is leading the DataTech evolution for post-trade reporting. We focus on getting the data right, then reusing it across multiple regulatory, financial, statutory, performance and investor communications deliverables for speed, efficiency and control. Eight of the top 10 global service providers license Confluence products and eight of the top 10 global asset managers have business processes automated through Confluence. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, Confluence serves the international fund industry with locations in Brussels, Ho Chi Minh City, London and Luxembourg.