Confluence Named one of the Best Places to Work in Western Pennsylvania by Pittsburgh Business Times
November 15, 2016
Confluence, the global leader in investment data management automation for performance and analytics and regulatory, financial and investor reporting, announced today that it has been named to the Pittsburgh Business Times's annual list of Best Places to Work. Fewer than 100 companies in the Pittsburgh region were recognized for this honor.
To be considered for the Pittsburgh Business Times's Best Places to Work list, employees from companies across the region were asked to provide information about their places of employment via an online survey. Companies were then measured and ranked in 10 key workplace categories.
"It is an honor to be recognized by the Pittsburgh Business Times as one of the best places to work in Western Pennsylvania," said Mark Evans, Chairman, CEO and President at Confluence. "Over our 25 years as a Pittsburgh-based company, a commitment to the values of integrity, imagination, discipline and service have shaped our culture. Our employees are our lifeblood and they are the key to our continued growth and success."
Under the mantra of 'Expect to Grow', Confluence is committed to fostering a work environment where professionals can pursue dynamic growth opportunities, enjoy top-tier benefits, work with leading technologies and share a spirit of community service.
As a proven leader delivering an innovative platform to put 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 all 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 Ho Chi Minh City, London and Luxembourg.