Persolvent’s team-member-first approach is behind continued growth in the company’s culture and award-winning brands, ClientPay and Eleyo.
ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Persolvent has earned a “Best Places to Work” award from the Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal for the third year in a row. This highly visible and coveted award is in its 22nd year, making it the longest-running awards program to honor this category.
The competitive application process involves anonymous employee surveys – a recipe for unvarnished candor in any climate, and particularly likely to expose weaknesses in the midst of a global pandemic. Persolvent didn’t anticipate any surprises. Long before the pandemic hit, Persolvent embraced a culture of constant employee feedback. They use Officevibe, a software platform that relies on anonymously submitted employee input to generate an unfiltered picture of how people really feel about working there. Of Officevibe’s thousands of customers across more than 130 countries, Persolvent routinely lands in the top 10% based on what employees say.
That feedback loop extends to customers as well. Persolvent’s commitment to agile responsiveness is part of what helps them thrive in the face of competition from other technology companies. Their award-winning payment processing and technology platforms Eleyo and ClientPay have received even more attention during the pandemic as they help organizations embrace fluid digital operations.
“Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our team members, and I couldn’t be more proud with how they have been able to come together and continue to serve our customers at a world-class level during this really tough time,” says Persolvent CEO Jay Bruber. “We prioritize hiring for passion with a customer focus, and that translates to a better experience at work plus better results.”
Persolvent’s mission is to make life easier through innovation and technology, and their goal is to earn the right to be recommended. Persolvent specializes in payment processing technologies for markets that include education, professional service organizations, internet, government, before- and after-school programs, and enrichment programs. For more information, visit Persolvent.com.