ByteCubed named one of 2016’s Best Places to Work in Virginia

November 30, 2015

ByteCubed is pleased to announce that it has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Virginia in 2016, the firm announced today. We received the award from the Virginia Business and Best Companies Group (VBBCG), which surveys employees in the Commonwealth annually and establishes company rankings based on statistical analysis of the results. In honoring our firm, VBBCG cited the firm’s exceptional performance in the areas of corporate philosophy, work culture, management practices, and employee benefits.

Among specific accomplishments, our management was recognized for creating a dynamic and flexible management system, for inspiring and incentivizing new employees, for promoting openness and transparency at all levels, and for successfully steering the company to win major contract awards.

One of our ByteCubed employees shared: “I’ve never been with a company that was so committed to building effective work teams and to bringing the best out of its employees. We’ve mushroomed in size but we still feel like a dynamic small business. There’s a lot of synergy operating here.

Upon learning of the award, our CEO Ahmad Ishaq released a statement, which read, in part: “We’re truly honored to be recognized as one of Virginia’s best places to work. We aren’t just a company — we’re a community. Our goal is to provide a welcoming, inclusive, and supportive work environment for our current and future employees. As we grow as a company, we’ll keep reinvesting in our employees so that they also grow both professionally and personally.

About ByteCubed

ByteCubed was founded in 2010 to help government agencies, businesses and non-profit groups leverage next-generation digital technology to transform their information management systems. The firm offers a portfolio of creative services that includes enterprise architecture, software development, data analytics, and financial accounting. ByteCubed’s overall mission is to help enhance organizational efficiency, improve service delivery, and increase employee satisfaction.

ByteCubed has witnessed exponential growth in recent years and over this same period; ByteCubed’s workforce has increased nearly tenfold. Currently, the firm is assisting the U.S. Defense Department to overhaul management of its Office of Small Business Programs and its Office of Manufacturing and Industrial Base Policy. The two offices are considered critical for maintaining U.S. defense readiness and for ensuring cost-reduction and competitiveness in military procurement.

This VBBCG places the firm in an exclusive club of 100 Virginia companies recognized annually as exceptional places to work and grow professionally. The final rankings for 2016 will be announced at an awards luncheon held on January 28 at the Williamsburg Lodge in Williamsburg, VA.

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