Rising Technology Leader Transforming Workplace Culture in Federal Contracting
ARLINGTON, VA — Last week, ByteCubed was recognized as a 2016 Top Workplace by The Washington Post. The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list began in 2014 and spotlights private, public, nonprofit and government agencies that received the highest ratings from their employees in a survey conducted by Workplace Dynamics.
ByteCubed is a high-impact government consulting firm that prides itself on responding to the global mandate to make government processes more efficient through innovative technology solutions. The company specializes in reimagining and replacing government systems. This approach transforms the way clients can distill data into valuable insights, reduce the costs for storing data and provide increased mobility and security for clients’ information.
“This recognition is entirely due to our dedicated ByteCubed staff,” said Mr. Ishaq, ByteCubed Founder. “Our employees have created a culture of collaboration and innovation which has led to an environment where everyone thrives. Even in the midst of exponential growth, our staff has done an outstanding job at remaining agile and making this a top place to work.”
ByteCubed recently moved into its new headquarters in the creative ecosystem of Crystal City in Arlington, VA. The office is approximately 17,000 square feet, and is equipped with an array of high-end, state-of-the-art technology to provide employees with the best tools available. From fully stocked kitchens offering healthy snacks and beverages to a variety of workspace options including open desks, private offices, a library and media area, the space was designed to foster innovation and collaboration.
The space will serve not only as a headquarters for the company but also as a platform to provide the community with industry events, including meet-ups and hack-a-thons, meant to help discover new talent, inspire employees, and contribute to the tech community.
The winning companies were awarded on Friday at a celebration at The Washington Post headquarters. In addition, ByteCubed was featured in a special section of The Washington Post newspaper on Sunday, June 19th.
To find out how to join the ByteCubed team, please visit www.bytecubed.com/careers. To learn more about ByteCubed, please contact Ashley Scott, Director of Public Affairs, at email@example.com.
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ByteCubed is a results-oriented and high-impact consulting firm specializing in cutting-edge, next-generation software development and technology. The company works with clients using a holistic, lifecycle approach to create unique and transformative solutions to traditional problems. ByteCubed focuses on government innovation, thought leadership and technology development for large federal agencies and Fortune 1000 enterprises. For more information, please contact Ashley Scott, Director of Public Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.