Washington, D.C., April 19, 2019 – GoCanvas, Inc., whose products simplify how companies collect, process and analyze information today announced it has been named to Washingtonian Magazine’s Best Places to Work list for 2019. This list is compiled every other year to include companies of all sizes that offer generous pay and benefits, interesting and meaningful work, great work/life balance, opportunities to learn and grow, commitment to charity and community, and recognition and respect given to employees. Editors review applications and the results on anonymous employee surveys and combine the company input and employee scores to determine the 50 winning workplaces.
“GoCanvas’s corporate culture centers around the concept of empathy,” said James Quigley, CEO and Founder of GoCanvas. “Our recognition by Washingtonian illustrates that building a company around empathy, from understanding customers’ frustration using paper forms and outdated processes to listening to employees and adapting the company based on their input, results in innovation and business success.”
GoCanvas provides a flexible, customizable mobile platform that makes it simple for businesses to automate how work is done, eliminating barriers to productivity, such as filling out forms by hand, relying on inefficient manual workflows and having to engage in time-consuming data entry. Companies using GoCanvas’s platform span a variety of industries and include Sprint, Red Bull, Post Consumer Brands, LendLease, The Co-operative Group, and the Mirvac Group, as well as thousands of other domestic and global organizations.
Among their efforts in the community is the company’s philanthropic initiative, Ante-Up. The program empowers employees to choose a non-profit for GoCanvas to donate its product and pays for employees to support the non-profit’s mission, anywhere in the world, as long as the employee will “ante-up” and commit. Organizations supported to date include Doctors Without Borders, Australian charities that give homeless babies a safe home, and the Venezuela Election Committee who secured exit poll data using the platform.
GoCanvas’s passion is building mobile products that enable businesses to digitize information and be more responsive to their customers. The cloud-based, customizable app works on smartphones and tablets, empowering SMB customers to digitally collect data and realize its value in improving workflow, communications, and operational processes.
GoCanvas is trusted by thousands of businesses throughout 70 countries, automating millions of workplace activities, making it one of the fastest growing mobile platforms in the world. Most recently, the company has been named as a “Best Place to Work” by Washingtonian Magazine, Washington Business Journal, and Inc. Magazine and has landed on the Deloitte Fast500 list in 2017 and 2018. To learn more, visit www.gocanvas.com.