PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Confluence, the global leader in investment data management automation, announced today that it has been named a finalist for the Pittsburgh Technology Council's Tech 50 2015 Awards within the "Culture Leader of the Year" category. The annual Tech 50 Awards recognize southwestern Pennsylvania’s most successful and visionary technology companies.
The “Culture Leader of the Year” category honors technology companies with an outstanding workplace culture. Over the last year, Confluence has implemented several key workplace initiatives that have been instrumental in employee engagement and communications and enhancing global collaboration – both of which are particularly important as Confluence continues to expand its global business model, most recently through the acquisition of Belgium-based data solutions provider Orfival. Commitment to core values (integrity, imagination, discipline and service), development of a mentoring program to promote learning and growth, and continuous discussions with employees for feedback through an engagement survey are several ways in which Confluence is a leader in workplace culture.
“It is an honor to be named a finalist for the Pittsburgh Technology Council's Tech 50 2015 Awards for workplace culture, an area we pride ourselves on very much,” said Mark Evans, CEO at Confluence. “Our employees' development and well-being are of the utmost importance to us, and we would not be able to continue expanding our company or enhancing our offerings without first focusing on our most valuable asset. We are constantly working to foster a collegial, energetic environment at Confluence, and we are intent on maintaining and building upon a culture that is second-to-none.”
Winners of the Pittsburgh Technology Council's Tech 50 2015 Awards will be announced on Thursday, October 29 at a 4:00pm ceremony at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown in Pittsburgh's Central Business District.
As a global leader in data-driven solutions for efficiency and control, Confluence solves tough data management and automation challenges for the asset management industry, including performance reporting, regulatory reporting, investor communications and fund expense management. Confluence solutions enable asset managers and third-party administrators to consolidate and leverage data across business operations which results in lower costs, reduced risk, decreased reporting turnaround times and the scalability to automate more processes without additional resources. The platform features solutions to support a wide array of fund types – including mutual funds, ETFs, alternative investments, institutional portfolios and UCITS funds.
Seven of the top 10 global service providers license Confluence products and eight of the top 10 global asset managers have business processes automated through Confluence.
Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, Confluence serves the international fund industry with locations in Brussels, Dublin, Ho Chi Minh City, London, Luxembourg and San Francisco. For more information, visit www.confluence.com.