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Star2Star Communications, provider of the world's only Full Spectrum Communications Solution, announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, named them a 2018 Tech Culture Award winner. This award was presented by TMCnet.

Star2Star Wins 2018 Tech Culture AwardThe TMCnet Tech Culture Award recognizes the best-of-the-best technology company cultures. It honors organizations committed to continuously improving the work-life balance of their employees with forward-thinking programs and policies including, but not limited to, growth potential, a team building atmosphere, onsite culinary and recreational benefits, flexible hours, tuition and training programs, attractive investment options, and more. This award distinguishes technology organizations seeking to attract top talent.

Star2Star, a perennial awardee of notable company culture and channel program awards, was recognized by TMCnet for their dedication to providing exceptional employee perks and accommodations. These include onsite company dining, flexible hours, telecommuting options, comprehensive benefits, paid training opportunities, and an in-house space museum displaying interesting artifacts from various space explorations.

"We are dedicated to providing the best workplace for our employees," said Michelle Accardi, President and Chief Revenue Officer. "We love our team and are grateful for all the hard work they do for the company. It will always be a part of our core mission to provide the best company culture as we strive to work together for better, more complete communications."

"Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Tech Culture Award," said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. "We are proud to acknowledge the forward-thinking, employee-first leaders who understand how fostering the proper culture drives positive results in the tech industry," added Tehrani.

"This award does not simply recognize the companies who provide free lunches and embrace open floor plans. The companies selected use progressive policies that encourage employees to share their voices and contribute ideas that drive better performance and improve company results. Their example should be followed by companies across all industries," Tehrani stated. 

About Star2Star Communications

Founded in 2006 in Sarasota, Florida, Star2Star Communications empowers global business success with a Full Spectrum Communications Solution. With options ranging from pure to on-premises cloud, Star2Star offers unparalleled value, reliability, quality, and scalability. Star2Star unifies business communications including voice, video, fax, mobile, chat, and presence management. Merged with Blueface, the leading pan-European UCaaS provider, Star2Star possesses a global influence and customer base. Blueface's proprietary cloud voice platform supports businesses of all sizes, ranging from small-to-medium to large enterprises and strategic wholesale customers.  

Star2Star's award-winning, patented Constellation™ Network overcomes the reliability and quality limitations of other communications technologies and enables companies to choose the deployment methodology that aligns best with their needs. For businesses who require high-quality voice, redundant networks for continuity, and ultra-reliable communications, Star2Star's unique cloud architecture offers the highest guaranteed SLAs in the industry at an affordable price. Businesses with less complexity, who seek the best communications capabilities for their employees and customers, can consider Star2Star's pure cloud solution the optimal choice. 

With a customer retention rate of 99.85%, Star2Star has been recognized by a multitude of leading analysts. Over the past several years, Star2Star was named to the Forbes Most Promising Companies list, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 five times, and the Inc. 500|5000 seven times. The company was also named by IHS as a Top 10 Hosted Business VoIP/UC Provider and has been in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for UCaaS, Worldwide for the last five years.

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