NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bluecore, the retail marketing technology company that more than 400 retailers rely on to launch highly personalized campaigns at scale today announced that it has been certified as a great workplace by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work®. Bluecore earned this credential based on extensive ratings provided by its employees in anonymous surveys.
Bluecore employees completed surveys focused on company culture, rewards, innovation, leadership and management. The ratings resulted in a 96 percent confidence level, indicating that 96 percent of employee respondents say Bluecore is a great place to work. A summary of these rankings can be found here.
“At Bluecore, we are deeply proud of our culture and our people just as much as our cutting-edge retail marketing technology,” said Laura Cooper, Senior Vice President of People, Bluecore. “We’re dedicated to maintaining a dynamic and engaged work environment where everyone feels inspired to fulfill their professional and personal potential. We ensure our Bluecorians have the tools they need to exceed their goals as well as have the flexibility to be both autonomous and accountable to achieve their best work.”
The Great Place to Work® certification follows Bluecore’s 2018 Glassdoor Employee Choice Award and its recognition as one of the Best Companies to Work for in New York State for 2018. Bluecore was also recently named to Crain’s New York Business 2018 Fast 50 and the 2018 Inc. 500 List.
Bluecore is a retail marketing technology company that empowers marketers to launch any personalized campaign in 60 seconds through a single platform that connects real-time product and customer data. More than 400 retail brands, including Staples, Tommy Hilfiger, Perry Ellis, Teleflora and Best Buy Canada, use Bluecore to deploy triggered communications across email, social media, search and display. Bluecore’s AI-driven decisioning engine determines the timing and content for the next-best communication based on insight into individual shoppers’ onsite behaviors and how specific product shifts influence their actions. All of this drives relevance for shoppers and increased revenue with less effort for brands. Learn more at www.bluecore.com.