PrecisionLender Wins Charlotte Best Places to Work Award


Charlotte Business Journal Best Places to Work 2015Fast-growing software company PrecisionLender was recently honored by the Charlotte Business Journal at its Best Places to Work Awards, taking second place in the small business category. As a first-time participant, PrecisionLender beat out 40 of the 41 nominees in its category, which included all businesses under 50 employees.

The Charlotte Business Journal’s Best Places to Work Awards is an annual event that recognizes outstanding local companies that have high employee satisfaction and honorable business practices. The winners are chosen based on a combination of employee surveys, work environment and company policies, among other criteria. 

In addition to its recognition as one of Charlotte’s best places to work, PrecisionLender was also nominated for the Charlotte Business Journal’s Fast 50 Award. This award honors the regions’ top 50 fastest growing privately held companies and recognizes entrepreneurial excellence and leadership.

“We have a great culture here and great people. I see these people now attracting great people,” said Carl Ryden, Co-Founder and CEO of PrecisionLender. “They’ve taken us to places I wouldn’t have been able to myself and I’m quite proud of that.”

PrecisionLender is committed to hiring adults and then treating them as such. That trust, flexibility and opportunity encourages every employee to step up and do the best work of their life. Being surrounded by the smartest and most dedicated people provides you with an enormous amount of motivation to keep up with your team.

“Remember that awesome person you worked with in the past?” asked PrecisionLender’s Director of Engagement, Phil Buckley. “Now imagine a dozen of them working with you every single day.”

To learn more about PrecisionLender and see employee reviews, visit Glassdoor.



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Maria received a B.A. in English Literature from Belmont Abbey College where she learned the importance of crafting words in a way that engages an audience. She has been a member of the Q2 team since 2015, having spent 5 years on the PrecisionLender team before they were acquired.

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