COLUMBUS, OH (November 12, 2013) – Parallel Technologies today announced that Columbus Business First has named the company one of Central Ohio’s “Best Places to Work” for 2013. This is the 6th year in a row they have received this award. Each year, the publication selects recipients based solely upon voluntary employee responses to a confidential online survey designed to measure workplace engagement and satisfaction. Companies are ranked against others of similar size and the top companies in each size category are honored as Business First’s “Best Places to Work.
“We are honored to be recognized by our peers and employees as one of the best places to work in central Ohio. We received the same honor for our Cincinnati office for the last 2 years.” said Joe Redman, president and co-founder of Parallel Technologies. “Our success as a company – predicated by the high percentage of referrals that come from our existing customers and vendors – can be attributed in large part to our employees’ dedication to developing and maintaining a thriving corporate culture.”
Jamie Baird, director of sales for Parallel Technologies, also reinforced the company’s close-knit culture and its role in the company’s continued growth and success. “Parallel is like an extended family, and once you get here you never want to leave,” Baird said. “This award is truly a refection of a culture that genuinely values and respects the contributions of each individual.”
Headquartered in Dublin, OH, Parallel Technologies is a top provider of comprehensive communications solutions and the largest privately held provider of converged voice and data communications systems in the Midwest. The company provides voice, data, video and wireless communications solutions to more than 5000 customers throughout Ohio and Kentucky in addition to national account customers throughout the United States.
Columbus Business First publisher American City Business Journals, Inc. conducts the “Best Places to Work” awards in 40 major cities across the United States each year, including Denver, Philadelphia, Boston and San Francisco.