HERNDON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MicroPact Inc., the global leader in Data-First™ case management and business process management (BPM) software, has been selected as one of The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces for 2017. MicroPact employees consistently cite the inviting, collaboration friendly workspaces, welcoming atmosphere and team focused activities, as well as the company’s transformative technology that make MicroPact the superior career choice.
“MicroPact’s focus is on providing customers with the best experience through the most efficient technology from the most talented people in the world,” said Kris Collo, CEO of MicroPact. “Our entrepreneurial spirit and unwavering dedication to service are the driving forces behind the company’s collaborative culture and ongoing success. MicroPact is again a Washington Post Top Workplace because of the professionals who work hard to make it so.”
MicroPact is based in Herndon, VA, and has approximately 500 team members located at offices throughout the United States, Canada, and the Philippines. MicroPact products are used throughout the public sector to give agencies at the federal, state, and local levels greater access to the solutions that are transforming government. MicroPact’s low-code application development platform entellitrak®, was recently recognized as a Challenger in Gartner’s second Magic Quadrant for BPM-Platform-Based Case Management Frameworks.1
entellitrak is a unified platform for case management and business process management. Whether based on-premises or in the cloud, its Data-First™ approach allows it to be implemented immediately and configured continuously, enabling customers to get to work quickly while keeping costs low.
For nearly four decades, MicroPact has focused on engineering web-based, commercial off the shelf (COTS) solutions for U.S. government agencies and Fortune 500 corporations. Today MicroPact solutions serve 98% of U.S. states, 97% of federal agencies with 500 or more employees, and enjoy a 97% annual renewal rate.
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1 Gartner, Magic Quadrant for BPM-Platform-Based Case Management Frameworks, Rob Dunie, Janelle B. Hill, October 24, 2016