SPS named a Twin Cities Best Place to Work for 10th year

by | Aug 17, 2015

Let’s just admit it, SPS Commerce is an amazing place to work. From our stylish, collaborative workspace to the promotion of nearly a third of our workforce last year, we are clearly standing out in the business community.

So, it’s with great excitement that I share with you the final results of the Best Places to Work award from the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal that was announced in June. For the 10th year, SPS Commerce was named a winner, this time placing No. 3 in the large-company category!

2015-BPTW-logo-StackedDuring a cocktail reception Thursday at the St. Paul Downtown Airport, SPS Commerce was honored alongside several other area companies and organizations, including household names like Polaris Industries, Inc., U.S. Bancorp and Gillette Children’s Specialty Care.

Award-winners were lauded for their transparent communication with employees, trustworthy leadership, and for having a strong social connection with their staff.

To find the Best Places to Work, the Business Journal began seeking nominations around April of companies that have an office in the Twin Cities metro area and 10 or more full-time employees. The highest-scoring companies were selected from three categories: Small (10 – 100 full-time employees); Medium (101 – 1,000 FTEs); and, Large (1,001 or more FTEs).

Once again, we’re so honored and proud to be named one of the Best Places to Work and we want to thank the Business Journal for honoring SPS Commerce and other top companies in the Twin Cities. We also appreciate the hard work of everyone here at SPS Commerce! To learn more about the amazing career opportunities at SPS Commerce, visit https://www.spscommerce.com/careers/.

Sara Duane

Sara Duane

Content Marketing Manager at SPS Commerce
Sara Duane is a content expert for the SPS Commerce marketing team. She provides valuable articles and important information about e-commerce, merchandising strategies, order fulfillment and other topics related to retail supply chain optimization.
Sara Duane

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