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xMatters, inc., has announced that it has been judged to be one of the 2016 Ten Best Medium Workplaces in Technology, according to the global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune Magazine.

xMatters ranked #1 on the list, a ranking determined by the Great Place to Work’s Trust Index Employee Survey. As part of the survey, xMatters employees anonymously answered 58 questions about how frequently they experience the behaviours that create a great workplace. Companies achieving the highest overall results in their size categories were ranked based on this data.

“To have a successful business, you start with the customer in mind. Then you need to find intelligent people who want to create a great company, an outstanding product, and a workplace culture based on core values. At xMatters, each person has unlimited opportunities to grow, achieve and participate in a supportive, happy and healthy environment. We have a serious job to do, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously,” said Troy McAlpin, CEO of xMatters, inc. “We are honored to be included in Fortune’s 2016 Best Medium Workplaces in Technology list - it’s a true testament to each xPert on the team who makes xMatters the awesome company it is today.”

xMatters was selected based on evaluations by over 48,000 randomly selected employees from 155 participating companies in the technology sector. Survey results achieved a 95 percent confidence level and a margin of error of five percent or less. The total score for each company was determined entirely by employee feedback.

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