Vista Equity Partners Congratulates 20 Portfolio Companies Named to Built In Best Places to Work
Vista Equity Partners ("Vista"), a leading global investment firm focused on enterprise software, data and technology-enabled businesses, today congratulated 20 of its portfolio companies recognized in Built In's 2021 Best Places to Work awards. Best Places to Work recognizes tech companies of all sizes that raise the bar for fostering meaningful employee experiences. The program uses an algorithm to rate companies based on their compensation, benefits and culture programs. This year's methodology added weight to companies with remote opportunities and a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
"We firmly believe exceptional talent throughout Vista and our portfolio is key to ensuring our more than 65 market-leading software companies maintain their competitive advantage," said Robert F. Smith, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity Partners. "Each of the companies recognized by Built In has invested in their people to create meaningful engagement and maintained or accelerated their experiences in the face of an unprecedented global pandemic. We are proud of Vista's portfolio companies recognized by Built In for evolving their cultures to attract, develop and retain world-class teams."
This year's Built In Best Places to Work awards highlighted companies located in Austin, Boston, Chicago, Colorado, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle and San Francisco. Built In also recognized the Best Remote-First Places to Work throughout the U.S. Stats Perform was among the companies honored in this category for their commitment to hiring and supporting remote employees beyond the pandemic and ensuring their teams could flourish no matter their location.
For further information on the companies recognized:
Four companies from Vista's Endeavor Fund, which invests in lower-middle market and high-growth enterprise software, data and technology-enabled companies, earned an award. They are:
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