Best Places to Work in IT 2017 Employer Profile

No. 1, Small


Dallas, Texas [South Central]
Credit: Axxess

Why you want to work there

Top 10 Rankings: No. 1 for career development, No. 1 for retention, No. 4 for training, No. 6 for benefits
Continuous recognition is a central tenet at this rapidly growing Dallas-based provider of cloud software for healthcare organizations. Outstanding IT performers are eligible for spot bonuses and off-cycle raises, title changes and promotions throughout the year. Diversity is a priority: The IT team includes numerous minority leaders, and 49% of the IT team is female, far above industry averages. Perks include free snacks and drinks, catered meals, a 24-hour on-site fitness center, a wellness room and a building concierge service to assist with special needs.

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Employee Statistics

Total U.S.-based employees: 225

Total U.S.-based IT employees: 73

IT employee turnover in 2016: 3%

IT promotions in 2016: 60%


Training days offered per IT employee in 2016: No set maximum

Training budget per IT employee in 2016: $2,055

PTO and Healthcare

Days of paid time off after one year of service: 15

Days of paid time off after 10 years of service: 20

Percentage of employee health insurance premium paid by employer: 75%